bdj box unboxing and review
Sample boxes probably are one of the biggest hits this last quarter of 2012. They seem to be sprouting everywhere. I've personally tested my fair share and this BDJ Box is probably the third I've tried. With so many options around, which one should you shell out the moolah for and actually make you take the plunge and hit the subscribe button?
I will leave that decision up to you. Instead, I will share some photos of the actual contents of my first BDJ Box, it just might help you make up your mind. ;)
Th BDJ Box or Belle du Jour Box is brought to you by the same people behind the very succesful and chic planner of the same name:
The care put into the packaging is exceptional and I love the inspirational stickers that first greet you upon opening the box:
|BDJ Box "I Make Things Beautiful Sticker"|
After peeling the second layer, pretty pink confetti spirals conceal the luxury beauty items hidden inside:
I don't know how they managed to squeeze everything into one little box because when I was trying to put the products back in, it would always overflow....and that's a good thing, right? :)
|nippon facial cleansing sponges (2 pcs), 2 bars of L'Occitane soap (favorite), Yuka Nail Polish Remover Wipes, L'oreal Facial Moisturizer for men|
I was surprised to find two bars of L'Occitane soap inside. You know how much a single bar costs right? It's one of my most favorite brands ever (dating back to high school) and the scent just wafted right out the box making the experience of unpacking quite heavenly.
I am also really curious to try out the Yuka Nail Polish wipes and the Nippon facial sponges. First time I've heard of both.
Whew! That's a lot right?
For just P480/month, you get all that delivered straight to your doorstep!
I can't wait to receive my box next month. The first box was exemplary, makes me think how they're gonna top it but I'm sure they will.
Or if you've already made up your mind, visit the BDJ Box website to subscribe.