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Calendar August 26, 2015 08/26/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 2 Comments 2

Kites & Ivy Review – 2015 Finals Survival Box + Coupon

Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.  I received this box for review.

Kites & Ivy Review - 2015 Finals Survival Box

Kites & Ivy Review – 2015 Finals Survival Box

Kites & Ivy is a subscription box designed just for college women.  Boxes are sent four times during the school year:  a back to school box, a holiday box, a spring break essentials box, and a finals survival box.  Boxes are $32.99/box, or you can subscribe to all 4 at $28.99/box.  Boxes include accessories, fun essentials, and bath & beauty products.  I was sent the 2015 Finals Survival Box for review.  Also, I have a coupon to save $5.00, so be sure to read to the end of the review.

The Details:

Cost: $32.99/box, $61.98/Semester (2 boxes), $115.96/Yearly (4 boxes)subscribe quarterly.

Coupon: Use this link with the coupon BACKTOSCHOOL to save $5.00

What’s in the box? Boxes are send four times during the school year:  a back to school box, a holiday box, a spring break essentials box, and a finals survival box.    Boxes include accessories, fun essentials, and bath & beauty products.

Shipping: Free shipping on the yearly plan.  Box ships to the US.

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The box was white with the Kites & Ivy logo on top.

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Welcome to Kites & Ivy

There was a welcome note that greeted me right away.  This box is filled with items to help you look and feel your best during exams.

Information card

The back of the card featured everything in the box, and the list was pretty long!

Kenra Platinum Dry Shampoo

Kenra Platinum Dry Shampoo  $22.00 After a long night of cramming, washing your hair is likely the last thought on your mind.  Just spray on your hair and this stuff absorbs oil, making you look great.

KnotTwisted Headband by Magsoul

KnotTwisted Headband by Magsoul $10.00  I am addicted to headbands and it started in college,  This has a wide band and won’t give you that dent in your hair.  Super comfortable and stylish!

Rooted Beauty Invigorating Facial Wipes

Rooted Beauty Invigorating Facial Wipes  $5.99 These all natural wipes contain antioxidants and nutrient-rich fruits to give you glowing clean skin.  These are great when you don’t want to mess with a multi-step face cleansing routine.

24oz Mason Jar Tumbler

24oz Mason Jar Tumbler $3.99  I love drinking from mason jars and this happens to be my favorite color.  This is cool no matter what beverage ends up in it.

Salazon Chocolate Bar

Salazon Chocolate Bar $4.00  This organic, fair trade,  dark chocolate bar contains sea salt, for that sweet/salty mix.

Focus Essential Oil Blend by 21 Drops

Focus Essential Oil Blend by 21 Drops (sample) This mix of jojoba oil, rosemary, peppermint and frankincense is designed to help you focus and stay on task.  I love the rosemary/peppermint combination, it smells fantastic.

Nuun Energy Drink

Nuun Energy Drink: .50  Just drop this in water for a refreshing lemon lime flavor.  Much healthier than soda and you will get a bit of energy too.

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Final Thought: This box had a total value of $46.48, which is a nice value for a $32.99 box.  There was nice assortment of goodies to help you stay refreshed and focused on exams.  This box is great even if you are not in college.  There are gift subscriptions available, so you can send it to your favorite college student as a surprise.  Check out Kites & Ivy with this link and get $5.00 off with the code BACKTOSCHOOL.

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This entry was posted in College Subscriptions, Kites & Ivy Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews and tagged: on Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


2 Comment(s)

  1. Donna, August 27, 2015:

    I think that you forgot to include the value of the 21 drops essential oil. Their site sells it for $29 which seems high to me but I’m no expert. Also, I think/hope that you are one letter off when you describe the chocolate bars taste as “sweat/salty”. tee hee

  2. Subscription Box Mom, August 27, 2015:

    Yes, it was much better than sweat, rather sweet. :) The essential oil is a sample, so I didn’t calculate the value of that.