Is the FabFitFun Subscription Worth the Cost?
You’ve probably seen a lot of celebrities in ads for FabFitFun subscription boxes, but I’m a real person. Here is my honest review of the box I ordered and paid for from my own pocket. I wanted to give an un-sponsored review so that you would know what I really thought and if FabFitFun was worth it.
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What is FabFitFun?
FabFitFun is a quarterly subscription box that ships directly to your house and contains beauty and accessory related products. The boxes come Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall and contain between $250 – $500 worth of beauty products for the price of $49.99. You can click the pink coupon above to receive $10 off your first box!
I received a standard FabFitFun subscription box with no additional add-ons. My box contained 8 full-size products as well as a FabFitFun magazine, code card to gift a box to a friend (terms apply), and a coupon card for $80 off of my first Hello Fresh food subscription – with a total box value of over $475.
Grace & Stella – Spray all Day Rose Water Spray. This spray smells just like it says, like roses. This face spray feels really nice on and I may put this in fridge and use it as a cooling mist.
ViX Paula Hermanny Lotus Towel – This is the shape of a lotus and although not really a beach towel because it is circular, it is very cute. Aside from being cute, I have not had a chance to test it out by the pool or beach yet to test if it is absorbent.
111Skin Rose Gold Brightening Facial Treatment Mask – These face masks have 24-karat gold and rose extract thought to brighten, hydrate and soothe the skin. These have been really nice as a special treat before bed. So far so good on not irritating my sensitive skin too.
Jennifer Zeuner Star Double Necklace – This gold-tone necklace features tiny stars on a double chain. It’s so cute that I decided to give it to my daughter.
Eyeko London Eye Do Black Liquid Eyeliner – I like the extra pointy tip on this eyeliner because I can get really close to the upper lash line. Mama likes to make the lashes look fuller and this really does the trick. It claims to boost lash growth, but I’ve only used it once or twice so that part is to be determined. This is not waterproof so if you are planning to wear this on a super hot day or in rainy conditions…don’t unless you are a super fan of Alice Cooper.
Intelligent Nutrients Refining Micro Polish – The best part about this face polish is the micro beads are biodegradable and don’t feel like sandpaper! It does a nice job of making my skin feel smooth. I can’t say that it has refined my pores as it claims, but I’ll keep using it to see what happens.
Invisibobble® Original Duo Pack – These hair coils come with three tan and three clear for a total of six. I like them because they don’t pull on my hair and I really like to double them up for a top knot.
Generation Clay™ Ultra Violet Brightening Clay Mask – This face mask was really nice to use, smells good, and had a great texture. My face felt really nice and the ingredients read like a beauty plethora of goodness. It’s definitely a keeper.
Whish Exfoliating Foot Mask – What a cool treat. I don’t know that I’ve ever tried a foot mask before this. Sprays, soaks, scrubs, yes…but not a foot mask. I have to give this a thumbs up, but I would not say it was a life changing foot experience, but very nice.
Did I Think The FabFitFun Was Worth It?
Absolutely! I love trying new products and I think the fact that they space it out seasonally is great because it gives you plenty of time to enjoy the products before new ones arrive. The value of what you are getting vs. the price of the subscription box is easy for me to say that I love it.
I was not gifted the FabFitFun box nor was I paid for this content. However, I have included an affiliate link & coupon above if you found this content helpful and would like to shop it through my link. If so, I would earn a small commission and that costs you absolutely nothing…my commission is paid by the brand, not the buyer.
XOXO, Terese – The Rants of a Yat