Target Beauty Box Review – March 2017 1


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Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

My March 2017 Target Box has arrived! This Target Beauty Box was $7 (they vary in price from $5-$10) and was available through Target’s website for a limited time only. It was released on February 27th (around 5am EST) and was available for a few days before it sold out. Boxes are generally released on Monday’s of the first week of the month, but that does vary due to holidays. Target Beauty Box boxes are NOT subscription boxes and must be purchased individually as they are released.

Target Beauty Box
Cost: $7/One-Time Purchase
Ships To: United States.
Coupon Code: N/A

From Target
Hello Spring Break! Time to pack your bags and hit the beach. In this box that is valued at $25, you’ll find a few of our obsessions inspired by warm-weather getaways. Plus, they’re perfectly sized for on the go.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017
The March 2017 Target Beauty Box shipped via USPS and took just over a week to arrive to me.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

I have skipped the last few Target Beauty Box, but this one was just too good to pass up!

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

The March 2017 Target Beauty Box theme was “Hello Spring Break” and included the following items:

~SoapBox Bamboo Shampoo & Conditioner (2fl. oz each) ($1.50): I love soapbox products!  This shampoo and conditioner is designed to lock in hydration.  It’s sulfate and paraben-free and color safe.  It has a light, clean smell and is ideal for traveling – Spring Break or otherwise.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

 

~MISSHA Time Revolution First Treatment Essence (1oz) ($9.80): This essence is used after washing your wash.  It is designed to improve fine lines and skin tone while hydrating, restoring, and rejuvenating your skin.  It has a water like consistency and left my skin feeling silky and hydrated. I am much more impressed with this than I expected to be.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

 

~Jergens Natural Glow Wet Skin Moisturizer (2fl.oz) ($2.32): I cannot wait to start using this!  It’s to be applied to wet skin and builds color naturally.  I have used this before and love it.  It doesn’t leave your skin streaky and looks natural.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

 

~Skinfix Foaming Oil Cleanser (30mL) ($4.41): skinfix is another favorite mine. It is 97.5% natural and contains no sulfates, synthetic fragrance, silicones, gluten, dairy, dyes, parabens or phthalates.  It’s gentle and makes for a great everyday cleanser.  I may use the coupon that comes with this box to buy the full-size.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

 

~Dove Volume & Fullness Dry Shampoo (1.15oz) ($0.91):  I am such a dry shampoo lover!  This smells amazing and gives you fullness and volume on top of removing excess oil. I didn’t get any weird white residue from it either which is fantastic.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017
~Neutrogena Hydro Boost Lip Shine (Radiant Rose) (~$4): Colors may vary, but I received “Radiant Rose” which is a gorgeous sheer pink.  The packaging on this was a bit odd, though.  The wand has a flat end, and you have to pretty much shove it back in the tube to make it fit.  It seemed super awkward.

Target Beauty Box Review - March 2017

All totaled the March 2017 Target Beauty Box had a value of $22.94.  That’s slightly under the stated $25 value, but these may be sold as sample sizes in the store at slightly higher prices than my calculations.  Regardless I am happy with this box and glad I picked it up!  I also want to mention that the box includes a coupon for $3 off your $15 beauty purchase from Target or Target.com.

As I mentioned this box is now sold out, but I will post as soon as Target releases the next Beauty Box or if this one happens to come back in stock!


About Jennifer

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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  • Amber Y

    Do you put the wet skin mouisturizer on in the shower and rinse it off? I hate how self tanning products feel and smell so this could be a good product for me!