I hope you’re having a great week so far! It’s been such a busy but fun weekend out of town for my freelance career. Today, I am here to do a haul, first impression and quick review on the February 2015 TomBox. Like I said in my previous TomBox Haul, this subscription box is very unique and really different from other subscription services I’ve tried. Keep on reading to see what’s in my box and individual close-up’s of the contents.
What is TomBox anyway? TomBoxes started as a destination for health and beauty items and quickly evolved in to a fascinating subscription box that has won over thousands of customers. Their flagship product is the TomBox which stands for Time of the Month Box. Each TomBox arrives to your door every 28 days and is packed with essentials for that time of the month plus gifts to give you something to look forward to. TomBox subscribers get a choice of brand name tampons or pads in their original factory package. Along with the pads or tampons, the TomBox team will pack the box with fashionable pieces of jewelry customized to your taste as well as name brand makeup plus a sweet treat. You can get everything for as low as $10 USD a month. Click here to get your FIRST TomBox For $8.
Products I got…
My overall thoughts about this month’s TomBox is 5 out of 5 stars! I loved everything in my box and I was so excited when I saw everything. The contents in my box added up to a little over $50 USD while the box starts at $10 a month. AMAZING!
I also mentioned in my previous TomBox haul about how fascinated I am with the genius idea of incorporating the “Time of the Month” essentials for women in a monthly subscription box. I think this subscription service is worth every penny. It’s like getting a treat for having that Time of the Month. — What are your thoughts about this box? I’d love to hear your thoughts and feedback in the comments below.
*Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to me for editorial consideration from TomBox. No compensation was given to me for this post. Post contains affiliate links. All thoughts expressed are my own. View my policy here.