Bless Box Ultimate Subscription | Printable Gift Certificate Gift Idea

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With so many beauty box subscriptions out there, receiving another email in my inbox about the next greatest box doesn’t usually get me interested. BUT then I read about Bless Box. With every box valued at over $150 and full of items I actually want, this ultimate subscription box is different. I don’t want a box full of high end samples like all the other subscription boxes I’ve received in the past because once those samples are used, I’m likely not splurging on a purchase to replace them. I was excited to see products I wanted, used and won’t break the bank to replace in the “Shades of Fall” Bless Box. This is the type of box I want to give my friends, not a subscription box service that will end up costing them more when they fall in love with the expensive products. 

If you’re looking for a last minute gift certificate gift idea, send a friend a Bless Box and gift it with my Bless Box subscription happy mail gift certificate. The printable 5″x7″ card is a great way to gift the Bless Box subscription to your friends and family.

The Bless Box I received included so many products – makeup, skincare, stationary, snacks and wellness items. The Shades of Fall Bless Box Catelog shares product details for all the products including over 20 items.

makeup
  • Maybelline Volume Express Mascara $8.49
  • Maybelline Super Stay Matte Lipstick Ink $9.49
  • Mai Couture Blush & Highlight Papiers (3) $1.00
  • Maybelline City Mini Eyeshadow Palette (5) $7.99

skincare
  • Garnier SkinActive Moisture Bomb Sheet Mask $4.00
  • Abba Gentle Shampoo and Conditioner $4.00
  • Essie Treat, Love, and Color Nailcare $10.00

stationary
  • Bless Harvest Card Set $12.00

snacks
  • Hum Nutrition Raw Beauty Green Superfood Powder (2) $3.00
  • Primal Kitchen Coconut Cashew Bar $3.00

wellness
  • My Tagalongs Lash Eyemask $12.00
  • Arthur George Socks by Rob Kardashian $15.00

The box included a couple of other items like a Bless Fame and Partners Clothing coupon with a $25 value.

There is so much I love about the products included in the box and looking at the previous boxes, they are always full of items I would actually use! Bless Box is perfect for my friends and family this holiday season. For as low as $27 a month with a subscription or a single month box for $29.99, there are many different gifting options.

Is Bless Box the right subscription box for you and your friends too?

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21 thoughts on “Bless Box Ultimate Subscription | Printable Gift Certificate Gift Idea”

  1. That was a great box. So many useful things in there. I’m always disappointed when I open a box to end up throwing away half of it.

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  2. I stopped getting subscriptions two years ago because it was so much stuff that I didn’t want. The fun kinda went away. Now if I find one and the box is full of things I’ll like I’ll pick up the occasional one but not often. This one looks fun, that’s a lot of make up palettes.

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  3. Wow I’m so impressed with how many things they are able to fit into a box that size! I had a beauty box subscription for a short time and wasn’t in love with it – but I might be willing to try it again with something like this

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  4. This box is so neat. It seems to have a little bit of everything – which I love. This is how I usually discover brands that I have come loyal to.

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  5. Now this is a monthly box I would love!! This subscription is full of so many goodies. The best thing about these boxes is you get to try new products and brands. I usually always find a new product to buy.

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  6. What great box full of such diverse products. I tried one of the City Mini Palettes before and was really impressed by their pigmentation. I’ve also heard great things about the HUM powder, but have yet to try it.

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  7. This is an awesome looking box! I love that the items are affordable to replace – that’s been one of my biggest issues with the boxes I’ve tried out in the past. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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