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Little Lace Box
Cost: $59.99/bi-monthly ($49.99/bi-monthly after first box). Serendipity By Little Lace Box: $9.99/month.
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: Use code “RAMBLIN10” to save $10 off your first box of a 6 (aka 3 boxes) or 12 (aka 6 boxes) month subscription.
Little Lace Box is a subscription service that delivers hand-curated, nearly impossible-to-find designer products directly to your doorstep every other month. Boxes will be brimming with high-end, brand name beauty, lifestyle, and home product samples to treat yourself to and dazzle your friends during your next night out. They now also offer Serendipity by Little Lace Box. It’s $9.99/bi-monthly, but is currently FREE if you have a LLB subscription. Serendipity by LLB will be sent out every other month (on the off months of the Little Lace Box) and includes five to seven sample size (sometimes full-size) items that don’t have any theme attached at all, just great little finds that LLB wanted to share.
The July Serendipity by LLB was actually shipped in the same box as the August Little Lace Box. Obviously this is not how it’s supposed to happen, but they still have some kinks to work out (which is why it’s currently free to LLB subscribers).
The information card does a little explaining about why the July Serendipity by LLB shipment was late (there was a vendor issue that led to having to secure new items that led to needing new packaging). Here is what was included in the July package:
~Get Dirty Mud Bar by Mindful Minerals ($4): You can use this soap on your face or body and it’s supposed to reduce age spots and hyper pigmentation. It’s made from mud from the Dead Sea and while I don’t usually use a bar soap on my face, I am tempted by this one. It’s fairly inexpensive and I like that!
~Steep & Go by The Tea Spot ($5.95): As you know I don’t like tea, but even I must admit that this is pretty slick. You can use it on disposable water bottles to make cold brewed iced tea in just ten minutes. I think my cousin (who gets all my teas) is going to love this!
~Chill Out Organic Loose Leaf Tea ($1.29) & Malibu C Miracle Repair Hair Constructor ($3): The tea is (obviously) for the above steeper and I clearly should have put those two in the picture together. Oh well! The Miracle Repair is deep conditioning treatment for your hair to restore shine, strength and volume. I just dyed my hair and am trying to make the color last so I am not sure I want to use this one just yet. Soon though.
~Evite Cards ($5): I absolutely love these “Thanks” cards. I always want to order die-cut cards, but they are usually so expensive so I never do. I love that these were included in here!
All totaled I came up with a value of about $20 for the July 2015 Serendipity by LLB. My package also included a Lip Gloss by OFRA Cosmetics ($12.95), but that wasn’t on the information card (and it was an item we received in the May Serendipity) so I didn’t include it in the value. I just considered it to be a fun bonus!
Did you get a Serendipity by LLB this month? What do you think? If you are interested in ordering Serendipity or their traditional bi-monthly subscription (your first box will ship in October I believe), head over to their site and check them out. You can use the coupon code “RAMBLIN10” to save $10 off your first box of a 6 (aka 3 boxes) or 12 (aka 6 boxes) month LLB subscription.