See some of the beauty products that you may receive in the February 2021 Boxycharm Premium box, learn how Boxycharm works, and how you can easily sign up for this beauty subscription yourself.
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USPS is such a mess right now.
The past couple of months, I have loved the products in the base box more than the premium. That is definitely not the case this month. This is one of my favorite boxes yet!
I could have done without the entire base box this month, but the premium box has more than made up for it!
I’ll explain exactly how BoxyCharm works below, as well as share a complete review of my BoxyCharm Premium box. If you already know the deal, skip on down to the February 2021 BoxyCharm Premium Review heading.
What Is Boxycharm?
Boxycharm is a monthly beauty subscription. They send a variety of skin care, hair care, and makeup products and tools each month.
How Does Boxycharm Work?
This is where things get a little bit confusing, so I will try to break it down and make it easy to understand.
Boxycharm has 3 different types of boxes, their regular monthly base box, a premium monthly box, and a luxury box that is only available quarterly.
Initially, I wanted to only sign up for the premium box. I kept seeing a button for “Join The Waitlist” but every time I clicked it, it took me to the page to sign up for the regular monthly box.
As it turns out, you have to be a subscriber to the monthly base box in order to be able to add-on the Premium box. That’s right, you will get two different boxes each month – each with it’s own cost (more on that in a minute).
BoxyLuxe is a luxury box available every 3 months. You pay an additional fee to upgrade your base box to a luxury box. More details on this box are below.
How Much Does Boxycharm Cost?
Here’s a quick breakdown of each box, how much it costs, and what you can expect to get.
- BoxyCharm Monthly Base Box: this box is $24.99 a month. You will receive 5 full size beauty products, one of which you get to choose, with a value of at least $120.00. There is a huge variety of brands from lesser known brands to very popular brands. There are also many box variations each month, so what I have in my box may be completely different from what you will receive.
- BoxyCharm Premium: to get this box, you must be subscribed to the base box for $24.99/month, then join the waitlist for Premium. Once you are activated from the waitlist, you pay an additional $35.00/month for this box. There is a note that you can cancel either your base box or Premium box at anytime after the first month of being subscribed to both. The Premium box has 6-7 full size beauty products, one of which you get to choose, with a value of at least $175.00.
- BoxyLuxe: this is a quarterly box that replaces your base box if you choose to upgrade. The cost is an additional $25.00. You will get 8-9 full size beauty and lifestyle products, with the ability to choose up to 2 products. The value of this box is at least $250.
All of the boxes are eligible for add-on’s, access to the pop-up shops, and rewards for reviewing the products that you receive in your box each month.
It seems as if there is frequently a bonus for new subscibers, you can check out the current offers on the BoxyCharm website sign up page.
February 2021 BoxyCharm Premium Unboxing Video
Unfortunately, I am unable to do unboxing videos at this time. I am hoping that life is semi-normal in time to start making videos again in March.
February 2021 Boxycharm Premium Review
Elemis Muclease Active Body Oil ($63.50)
I have really enjoyed the Elemis products that I’ve tried so far and was excited to see a body care item in the choice options for February.
My fiancé and I have been beyond stressed the last month or so, and I can’t wait to give this a try to massage some of the tension away.
This oil is made with maritime pine, sea fennel and rosemary. It really does have a nice, light sea-like scent to it. I like it.
This product is made in England.
Lovescript Décolleté & Neck Cream Leave-on Mask ($58.00)
This Décolleté & Neck Cream is something that I can definitely use, but would never buy for myself.
I love that you put it on at night and don’t have to worry about rinsing it off. I’m so much more likely to use a product like this regularly because it’s so easy.
I’m looking forward to seeing it if helps soften the lines that are forming on my neck and chest area.
This product is made in the USA.
GLAMGLOW SUPERMATTIFY 6-Acid Clarifying Primer ($42.00)
I’m also really excited to have gotten this GLAMGLOW primer. I don’t have acne-prone skin, but I do get some oily areas around my nose and forehead that this should help with.
I was a little taken aback by the dark purple-gray color and was expecting a powder when I first opened the box, due to the way this product is packaged.
It does come with a little scoop so you don’t have to dig your fingers into it, which is nice.
This product is made in Korea.
Odacite Blue Aura Cleansing Water ($39.00)
I’ve never heard of the Odacite brand. The packaging alone makes this feel like an upscale, luxury product. It’s actually a very heavy glass bottle
I’m not a big fan of cleansers that don’t have to be rinsed off. I would probably use this more as a second cleanser, after removing makeup and rinsing my face.
It has a nice, clean and fresh scent. The main ingredients are aloe, witch hazel, holy basil, salicylic acid, turmeric and grapefruit.
It is made in California, USA.
Tarte Tarteist Double Take Eyeliner ($24.00)
I use eyeliner anytime that I wear makeup, and it’s usually black.
I’m currently using a liquid eyeliner and prefer those, but this one comes with both a liquid and a pencil.
I have a few black eyeliners to work my way through, but will update this review whenever I get around to trying this one.
This product is made in China, which is a bit surprising to me considering it’s a well-known brand. I do believe the “tarteist” line is the less expensive of the Tarte brand products though.
I’m also a little confused that the barcode has permanent marker lines over it and the bottom of the package appears to have been pried open at some point.
Both ends of the eyeliner look untouched, thankfully.
Alamar Cosmetics Pero Primero, Primer! Long Wear Sticky Pigment Base ($15.00)
I see a lot of people getting excited for Alamar Cosmetics, but I have given away anything that I’ve gotten from them because the colors have reminded me of my junior high school days.
However, eye primer is actually kind of nice to receive from a brand like this where the actual makeup isn’t really my taste.
I’m using the Viseart primer from a previous month, and it’s a huge tube, so I won’t get to this for awhile. I will update this section once I try it.
This product is made in the USA.
The retail value of my particular box is $241.50 which is amazing for a $35.00 box. Obviously, this is only the case if you are going to actually use most or all the items.
I’m actually excited to try every single item in the box this month, so it is more than worth it for me.
The choice items for the March 2021 Boxycharm Premium box are:
- Too Faced Hangover Primer
- Glo Skin Beauty Hydra-Bright Alpha Arbutin Drops
- Glo Skin Beauty Beta-Clarity BHA Drops
I chose the Too Faced Hangover Primer. I’ve reviewed The Ordinary Alpha Arbutin recently and didn’t see much benefit personally. I have not looked into what BHA drops are for yet.
How To Subscribe To Boxycharm
You can sign up for a Boxycharm subscription on BoxyCharm’s website. Be sure to take advantage of any current free gifts with your new subscription. If you’re interested in BoxyCharm Premium, make sure that you join the waitlist so that you can be activated as soon as possible.
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