Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review 3

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Cost: $14.95/month
Ships To: United States.
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Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box

Scentbird is a monthly fragrance subscription service. Each month you will receive an 8 ml purse spray (enough perfume to apply daily for a whole month) of any fragrance of your choice along with a custom perfume atomizer which arrives in your first box to protect your perfume. Scentbird has over 300 fragrances to choose from and if you opt not make a selection they will send you their monthly featured scent.

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Package

Scentbird ships on the 15th of the month.  If you subscribe before the 5th of the month your package will ship on the 15th of that month. If you subscribe after the 5th your package will ship the following month.

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

I could not remember what scent I was getting this month, so opening it up was a fun surprise.

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Vial

I was even more surprised to see that I had received a fresh metal case for my vials!  Typically it only comes in your first shipment and then you are able to order extra cases (at $12.95/each) as necessary. They offer limited edition colored cases (like this one) for members only as well. This was a review box so I can only assume they wanted to show how cute the red case was.

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Card

Each month Scentbird selects a perfume of the month (the September one was Bvlgari Omnia Crystalline EDT and the October one will be Clean Cashmere), however, you can select whatever scent you wish.  I have been picking scents I am not familiar with so I can try lots of new ones. My September selection was as follows:

~Aquolina Pink Sugar Sensual: I am a HUGE fan of the original Pink Sugar perfume, but I have never tried any of their other options.  I figured it was time.  You still get that same cotton candy scent of the original, but it’s deeper than that.  It’s more musky.  Per the description on the website the scent has “sweet-tart sparks of black currant, tangerine and bergamot, as a fresh-fruity overture to a heart composed of orange blossom, light nuances of pink jasmine petals and tiare flowers. Base notes seduce with sweetness of vanilla, black sugar and woody accords of sandalwood.”  I’d agree with all that, but really, I would just describe it as incredible.

Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

Aquolina Pink Sugar Sensual

What do you think of Scentbird?  If you are interested in signing up you can head over to their website and get subscribed!


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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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3 thoughts on “Scentbird September 2015 Subscription Box Review

  • Ragan

    I resubscribed with a voucher to this. I think I would like the fragrance you got, maybe I should add that to my queue. I also like original Pink Sugar but this one sounds good, too.

  • Lin

    I got my second box from Scentbird yesterday and was surprised to find another case and it was red just like yours. I’m not sure why I got this case but I’m not complaining and am certainly happy with it!

  • Emily W

    I signed up for Scentbird and I have one question I’ve been wondering but can’t seem to find the answer to, but you may know: How often do they update their collection/get new fragrances? Most of the perfumes/colognes they offer have been around for a while, and I’m wondering if I’ll get to try anything newer that comes out with them.