Hotel Luxy is a new subscription box that sends travel-sized bath & body items that you’d find at a luxury hotel.
Each box will consist of high quality products chosen by some of the most popular and luxurious resorts, hotels, and inns in America. You’ll receive 5 to 8 mini hotel amenities such as lotions, gels, facial bars, shampoos, bath crystals, lip balms, and more. Their goal is to make you feel like you’re on vacation right at home.
Subscriptions are $7.99/month with discounts for multi-month plans (right now the 3-month is only $10!). Shipping to both the USA and Canada is $9.84 CAD.
Let’s see what’s in the April 2016 Hotel Luxy box!
Everything shipped in a small square box from Canada via Air Mail.
A peek inside! There wasn’t an info card enclosed (or any other type of insert), so I’ll just get right to the products…
True Eco Sciences Body Wash – An eco-friendly body wash that’s completely free of artificial colors, fragrance, and parabens. Being that it’s fragrance-free it’s also unisex, which is something I’ve never even considered when it comes to hotel “samples”.
Spa Scents Bath Salts – I guess I don’t stay at fancy enough hotels because I’ve never gotten a cute lil’ box of bath salts before. These are white tea scented and consist of just sodium chloride and fragrance.
AMBR Spa Mouthwash – Travel-sized mouthwash bottles are always nice to have around. I always kept one in my desk drawer at work. Now I like having them as “extras” when my normal-sized bottles run out.
ESA Aloe Vera Bath & Shower Gel – Unlike the unscented body wash above, this one has quite a strong scent. It definitely smells… “hotel-y”. 😉
Spa Scents Lip Balms – Okay, so it was cool that they included two of these lip balms, but the ingredients in these leave a lot to be desired. Petrolatum, paraffin, propylparaben, BHT… Yeah, not exactly the nicest quality stuff in there.
Eco Sciences Facial Bar – The ingredients in this facial bar weren’t awesome, but not nearly as bad as the lip balms. I don’t think I’d use it on my face, but maybe my hands?
Hotel Luxy definitely isn’t a subscription you’d use for trying out new bath & body products, as the quality isn’t quite there (they are hotel “brands” after all). However, if you just want to feel like you’re on vacation and love using products in tiny bottles, then it might be a good choice.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.