March 2017 Peaches & Petals unboxing time!
If you’re new to them, Peaches & Petals is a subscription box that sends you a curated selection of jewelry, accessories, and beauty products every month. Each box will typically contain 3-6 handpicked items (usually more) which can include scarves, hats, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, watches, dry shampoos, eye makeup remover, nail polish, eyeshadow, blush, pampering products like mud masks, skin restoring gels/creams, and more.
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.
Subscriptions are $19.99 and shipping is free. — For a limited time, you can save 10% on your first box with coupon code “PEACH10%”.
Let’s see what’s in the March 2017 Peaches & Petals box!
Everything was shipped in a plain brown box with a Peaches & Petals sticker on top.
There wasn’t an info card this month, so I”ll just jump right to the items…
This gentle cleanser includes soy proteins and green tea for a moisturizing, antioxidant-infused cleanse that leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth. The formula is 97% natural and safe for all skin types — even sensitive. It’s also free of petroleum, SLS, and parabens.
Lifebök Journey Journal ($16.99)
Ideal for anyone who enjoys journaling/scrapbooking, this “journal journal” features 36 travel-themed pages with plenty of space to both write and paste in mementos. The hardcover book measures 7.5″ x 9″ and has front and back cover pockets to hold additional souvenirs from your travels. It also has a built in elastic strap to help keep everything in place.
Sprigs Carry-All Belt ($12.99)
This adjustable carry-all belt has 3 roomy pouches to store your essentials while on a run, hike, jog, or quick stroll around the neighborhood. Each pocket/pouch has its own zipper to keep everything safe and secure. While I like the idea of this, I still can’t convince myself that it’s not a modernized fanny pack. (I definitely don’t do fanny packs.) 😉
Crafted of cold-cast resin and carefully hand painted, this elephant figurine was created by artist Stephanie Corfee to add a bit of the unexpected to shelves, desks, counters or tabletops. Honestly, I feel like this was kind of an odd inclusion that most subscribers wouldn’t be too thrilled about. Sure, it has a decent retail (well, Amazon) value, but unless you love elephants or are into Precious Moments figurines, I can’t see too many people loving this item (me included).
This mojito mint flavored breath spray contains no alcohol, dyes, or artificial sweeteners. It’s also made in the USA and looks to be vegan-friendly.
While March’s Peaches & Petals box had a nice amount of items, most of them just weren’t things I would personally use. In fact, I think the only thing I’ll end up using is the breath spray. However, that’s the nature of subscription boxes… Sometimes you love the items, sometimes not so much. 😉 — Remember, for a limited time you can save 10% on your first box with coupon code “PEACH10%”.
March 2017 Peaches & Petals Review
An interesting selection of items this month… The value was there, but none of the items were really anything I’d personally use. Here’s hoping April’s box makes up for it. 😉