See everything that came in the July 2020 Allure Beauty Box, a review of it all, and how you can sign up for an Allure Beauty Box subscription!
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I’m at a point where I am not sure that I’m going to continue to post Allure Beauty Box reviews. By the time I get my box, it’s well into the next month.
Not only has September’s entire box contents been revealed, but the first spoiler for October has been released as well.
My fiancé bought me the subscription for Mother’s Day. I have asked if he could cancel it and resubscribe on the first of the month so that my box ships sooner, but I think he’s forgotten and I don’t want to keep asking.
My July box showed up August 11. This may very well be my last review for this particular subscription.
What Is Allure’s Beauty Box?
Allure Beauty Box is a monthly beauty subscription box. They typically send deluxe samples and 2 full size items per box. Each box contains at least 5 items.
Items can include skin care, make up, perfume, and hair care products. They also include a small pamphlet with information about each product and why it was chosen.
Can You Customize Your Allure Box?
I have not seen any offers to customize any of the items in the monthly boxes.
How Much Does The Allure Beauty Box Cost?
The Allure Beauty Box is $15 a month. You can save $15 by paying for the year upfront.
Monthly subscriptions usually come with a free gift. Currently, the yearly subscription also comes with a “mega bundle” of 20 products worth over $250.
You can also purchase the subscription through Amazon. It does not seem as if you’ll get the free gifts this way, or other potential subscriber perks, but I have heard the boxes ship much faster through Amazon.
July 2020 Allure Beauty Box Review
Peach & Lily Glass Skin Refining Serum – (Full Size – $39.00
There has been so much Korean beauty popping up in beauty subscription boxes lately. I have yet to be really impressed by anything, but I’m open to trying to new things.
This serum actually has some really good reviews. I saw a lot of people were excited to see it in this Allure Beauty Box.
It has peach extract, hyaluronic acid, niacinamide, and peptides. It’s supposed to create “glass skin” which is a very dewy look that seems to be popular in Korea and has made its way overseas now too.
It’s a pretty look, but I’m not sure how it will work for me. I’m going to give it a try though because I like the ingredients in it. I figure if it’s too shiny, I can always put setting powder over it.
Beautaniq Beauty Butter Lip & Cheek Balm in Peach Blush (Full Size – $16.00)
When I get subscription boxes I am never sure if I am going to keep an item or not so I try to be really careful when opening boxes and packaging for photos. I want to keep everything as pristine as possible and don’t touch any of the actual product.
I could not open this box for the life of me and eventually gave up and accepted that I was going to have to keep this regardless. Once I got the box open, there was plastic sealed around the jar, so yes, this is definitely mine now! But, at least you know if you decide to buy this product, it’s well sealed!
Unfortunately, I don’t love it – at least as a lip balm. I usually like corals when I have self tanner on, which I do now, but this just does not suite me at all. I may try it as a blush, but don’t tend to love cream blushes either.
OSEA Ocean Cleanser (Deluxe Sample)
I’m most excited to try this cleanser. I’m actually just excited to try something from this brand. It’s been popping up all over the place lately!
This face wash is supposed to balance the skin with a combination of ingredients that help reduce oil, exfoliate, and hydrate the skin. It also claims to remove make up, always a plus.
The scent is very citrusy. I can definitely see this as invigorating to use first thing in the morning.
Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream (Sample Size)
I have a sample of this cream already, though I don’t know where I got it from. I have tried it once or twice and don’t really care for it.
But, it is more for redness and irritation, which is not an issue for me. I have seen some really good reviews regarding how effective it is against those issues, though.
LAPCOS Charcoal Sheet Mask ($3.00)
The little booklet that came with this mask has a review in it that claims that this mask made the pores on her nose barely visible. It’s also supposed to hydrate more than most charcoal masks.
I am not a fan of sheet masks, but that it quite a claim! I was planning to include this in a giveaway soon and I probably still will. A lot of the ingredients in this product seem to be more for acne-prone or oily skin.
Avarelle Acne Cover Patches (Deluxe Sample)
These are “invisible” patches that you put over acne. It says they are designed to blend with all skin types and treats the acne, as well.
I don’t have an issue with acne, thankfully. While I get a blemish here or there, they are usually small and not noticeable.
I may save these for my soon to be teenager. He doesn’t have acne yet, but it could happen. I don’t see him wearing them during the day though, and honestly, I wouldn’t either.
This box is just okay for me. Three of the products seem to be more targeting for people with acne, redness, and/or irritation, none of which fits my own skin type.
I’m most excited about the cleanser which is odd because they are usually pretty boring. If I end up loving the serum, once I get around to trying it, then that would make this box MUCH better.
For the most part, I really enjoy Allure’s Beauty Box. Some months aren’t too exciting for me personally, but the value is always there.
How To Subscribe
If you subscribe through the Allure website, you will get a free gift. Should you choose to go through Amazon, be sure to sign up early in the month so that you don’t get your boxes in the middle of the next month like I do!