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Calendar May 17, 2015 05/17/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Clean Bar Soap May 2015 Review – Coupon + Giveaway

Disclosure: This box was received for review purposes.  The giveaway is run and sponsored by Clean Bar Box.  

Clean Bar Soap May 2015 Review

Clean Bar Soap May 2015 Review

Clean Bar Box is a new artisan soap subscription box.  Each month (or every other month), you will get a box full of artisan handmade soaps.  Every subscription box includes 4 different scents, that go with the current season.  Each bar contains: natural oils, Earth friendly ingredients, no preservatives, no animal products, no petroleum products, no parabens, and no lauryl sulfate.  The basic ingredients for their soaps are olive oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, corn oil, hemp oil, organic shea butter, water, lye, and fragrance.

There are two different boxes to choose from.  The Large Clean Bar Box ($19.99) contains two 5 ounce full bars and two 2.5 ounce bars of soap every month! or every other month.  The Four Bar Sampler Box ($13.99) contains four 2.5 ounce bars of soap each month.  I was sent tthe Large Clean Bar Box for review.

The Details:

Cost: Large Clean Bar Box: $19.99/month or every other month.  Four Bar Sampler Box $13.99/month.

Shipping: Free Shipping via USPS to the contiguous United States on all subscriptions and store purchases. International shipping rates apply.

What’s in the box:

  • The Large Clean Bar Box contains two 5 ounce full bars and two 2.5 ounce bars of soap every month! or every other month.
  • The Four Bar Sampler Box contains four 2.5 ounce bars of soap each month.

When will I get my box?  If you order on or before the 20th of this month, you will receive this month’s as your first box. If you order after the 20th, you will receive next month’s as your first box.

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Clean Bar Box ships in a plain brown box.

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First Look.  All the bars were packed neatly in squiggles.

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There was a full page information card that told about each bar of soap.

Honeysuckle Soap

Honeysuckle Soap

 

Honeysuckle Soap:  This bar has rose petals in the soap, so it has a more general floral scent.  I was actually expecting a strong honeysuckle scent with the name, but the bar smells nice.  I love honeysuckle, so a pure honeysuckle bar would be fantastic for me.

African Violet:

African Violet:

 

African Violet: This bar has a floral/fruity scent.  It is made with Juniper berries and you can really small that in this bar.  This has a light scent, so the smell won’t overpower you.  i really liked this bar.

Cherry Almond:

Cherry Almond:

 

Cherry Almond: This is one of the 2.5 ounce bars.  This smells like cherries, but the added almond scent, makes this bar scent much milder.  This bar has oatmeal in the bar, so this bar is going to be very calming to your skin

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White Tea Mint: This is the other 2.5 ounce soap.  This has a more pronounced mint smell that smells a bit like the forest.  This is a bar that my husband will use for sure.

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Final Thought:  I didn’t do a full cost value on the box, as the 2.5 ounce bars are not sold in their online store.  I thought this box was pretty in line with other soap subscription boxes.  I enjoyed each of the scents in this box and our family will use all of them.  African Violet was my favorite bar and it’s one I would order straight from the shop, when I run out.  If you want to try Clean Bar Box, use this link with the code CLEAN10 to save 10% on your box!  Clean Bar Box is also doing a giveaway for 10 boxes (10 winners).  You can check out the giveaway HERE, it ends the end of May.  Note, this giveaway is sponsored and run by Clean Bar Box.  Clean Bar Box will draw the winners and contact them directly.

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Disclosure: I received this box free for review.  My opinions are my own



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