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Calendar July 22, 2015 07/22/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

In-Scent Box July 2015 Review – Candle Subscription Box

Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes.

In-Scent Box July 2015 Review

In-Scent Box July 2015 Review

In-Scent Box is a new candle subscription box.  Boxes are $37.99 month to month or $24.99/month with a year subscription.  Each box is packed with an array of handpicked candles, and incense in scents that complement each other.  I really love candles, so I was interested in checking out this box.

The Details:

Cost: $32.99/month, discounts for longer subscriptions.

Shipping: $5.00/month.

What's in the box? Each box is packed with an array of handpicked candles, and incense in scents that complement each other.



Everything came by priority mail in a big brown box.


Inside the brown box, was a white box with a personalized tag.  The brown box was packed with paper, so none of the candles would be damaged.


There was an information card with a list of all the candles in the box.  I would have enjoyed more details about each candle on the information card.  I am not sure if In-Scents makes the candles. or if they came from another source.  The theme for the July 2015 box is “Desserts of the Summer”.  All the candles in this month's box are 100% soy and handmade.

Apple Pie Mason Jar Candle

Apple Pie (8 oz mason jar)  This 8 oz mason jar candle had a cinnamon apple scent.  The scent was nice and not a perfume based smell.

Blueberry Muffin Candle

Blueberry Muffin:   While I am generally not a fan of blueberry scents, this blueberry muffin candle was quite nice.

Berry Cobbler

Berry Cobbler: Another 3 oz tin, this smells pretty strongly of berries, but not quite the cobbler I imagined.  The scent of this candle was a bit more perfume based than the others.


Orange Creamsicle Votives: These two candles smelled just like an orange creamsicle.  My husband is taking these to his office, as he really enjoyed the scent.

Peach and Pina Colada Incense

Peach and Pina Colada Incense:  There was a cute bundle of incense sticks in the box.  I wish they would have been labeled and bundled separately, as I have to sniff each stick to find out the scent.  While I am more of a candle person, but my husband likes incense, so he will enjoy these.


Final Thought:  I enjoyed most of the scents in this month's box.  My favorite candle was the apple pie mason jar.  I like that the candles are handmade, but I wish I know who made them.  While the stickers on the jars were adequate, for $37.99, I expected something a bit more fancy.  As far as the candles themselves, they had a nice scent and the one candle I have burned (apple pie), smelled very nice.  I thought that all the scents complemented each other well, and you can have these candles burning in different rooms, without having competing scents.  If you are interested in In-Scent Box, check them out at this link.  If you sign up for their newsletter, you will get 10% off your box.

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