Cost: $49.99/quarter (four times a year)
Shipping: Continental United States and Canada
Coupon: Click here for my personal invite and to receive a coupon code for $10.00 off your first box. You will receive over $300.00 worth of items for $39.00!
With Each Box FabFitFun sends a fun and visually appealing insert. You will find a note from the editor, a full description of what is in your box and retail values, and special articles including but not limited to holiday music selections and five tips when flying.
My items arrived in fantastic shape. I have yet to receive an item in over seven boxes that is damaged. You can see a past review by clicking here or by going to the search bar or clicking on my Subscription Box List.
Note: The first three items had different color and scent options. Any subscriber that is a VIP (meaning your purchased a year in advanced) is sent an email before shipping to choose what variations of items they like the most.
Item One: Fingerless Gloves by Whitney eve and FabFitFun ($26)
I really love these gloves. They fit great, look stylish and of course your fingers are free, making it easier to pick things up or use your phone. Great for the morning commute, especially if you love drinking coffee. FFF also gave VIP members the chance to pick these up in black. I preferred the gray.
Item Two: Diffuser by EJH Brand (Cinnamon $37)
The diffuser by EJH Brand is beautiful and festive. With an eco-friendly fragrance and five reeds, this is sure to be a hit at my holiday part. I have not opened this to try it because I am saving it for Christmas Eve, but I will report back later on how it worked. VIPs were able to choose from pomegranate, cinnamon, sugar cookie or lavender scents.
Item Three: The Donna Earbud by Friends ($80)
These earbuds are pretty pricey. VIP’s were able to choose from multiple colors like black and rose gold. I really went back and forth on the colors, in the end I went with the color that matched my phone.
Item Four: Dermalogica Travel Set ($45)
There usually is one or two items in a subscription box that make the cost well worth it, and form me it was this Dermalogica Travel Set. In a past box I have received their serum and I still use it to this day. This is a great brand and this kit specifically is designed to keep your skin at its best with a soap free-foaming cleansing gel, a multi-active toner and a medium weight moisturizer to smooth and balance.
Item Five: Nail Polish by Zoya ($9)
Another favorite item in the box, and that is strange because I normally hate receiving nail polish. This deep berry colored Zoya is the exception, the color is incredible. I actually already have it on. The formula is also pretty impressive since there is no formaldehyde, formaldhyde resin, toluene, dibutyl phthalate or camphor.
Item Six: Candlenut Body Crème by JUARA ($35)
Used for centuries in Indonesia, Candlenut Oil is making its way across the ocean to save our dry hands! With ingredients that support the candlenut oil such as Lllipe Butter, Rice Bran Oil and Avocado oil, this velvety body cream hydrates. It has a light citrus scent that is not overpowering and feels amazing going on with no major residue.
Item Seven: Wine Stopper & Charm Set by FabFitFun
My family does not drink much wine because many of us have sulfite allergies however, I plan on making a Southern Comfort Punch (you can see the recipe in my pinterest under holidays) and these charms will look really cute on peoples glasses. I received glass writers last year from a sub box and I plan to write peoples names and attach a charm on each of their glasses. It should look pretty cute.
Item Eight: Gift Card by Shoptiques ($25)
Shoptiques is an online destination that allows you to shop the world’s best boutiques. More than 2,000 stores from all over the world are available at your finger tips. This is a true gift card and can be used for items under $25. I already know that I am gifting this to a family member.
Item Nine: Gift Card by Sweet & Spark ($40)
Sweet and Spark offers costumers vintage jewelry . I had a chance to go through their site before my box arrived and although the concept is cool, jewelry from 1950-1990. After searching for awhile I did find one item close to four dollars that I thought may be worth it, but I did feel their prices were a bit inflated, most likely in part to the ease of being able to purchase vintage with one click.
There also was a Hello Fresh three free meals for new subscribers card and a chance to partner with FFF and donate to the ASPCA.
Value: If you follow this blog you know that FabFitFun is one of the most valuable subscriptions out there. For $39 (with a new subscription code) you will receive over $300 dollars worth of items, and some great gift ideas. My husband gifts this to me every year because he knows I really enjoy the four seasonal boxes with products that I would not even know existed. I cannot recommend this gift enough for the ladies in your life.