Little Luxe Box Review





About Little Luxe Box 
Little Luxe Box is a monthly subscription box based out of Brooklyn in New York City. They believe that everyone deserves tiny indulgences in their everyday life and every month you'll receive a Little Luxe Box containing 4-6 carefully selected products curated around a theme. They support small businesses whenever possible and seek out the highest quality food products, body products, housewares and accessories found in the North East region with many products coming straight out of Brooklyn, New York, where hundreds of artisans are just waiting to be discovered. Occasionally, other box themes will focus on a place someone from Little Luxe Box has traveled to, but will still feature hand selected items. 

You can sign up for a 1-month, 3-month, or 6-month subscription and for a limited time, the longer you sign up, the more you can save. Plans automatically renew but you can cancel at any time. If you discovered a product that you loved in your Little Luxe Box and you want to stock up, you can do so in the online shop. Also, if you're looking for a unique product to give as a gift, you can have a Little Luxe Box sent to someone else.


My Thoughts...
It was evident immediately upon opening up February's Little Luxe Box that a lot of consideration went into selecting the six products that were inside. February's box was all about products to help you indulge and celebrate yourself.

There were two edible products included in my Little Luxe Box, a bag of candy coated milk chocolate gems by Unreal and a bag of Peas Please snacks by Peeled. Their motto at Unreal is:  It's not on the pack, but love's always in the recipe. The ingredients used to make the candy coated milk chocolate gems are sustainably sourced and free of GMOs, gluten, soy, corn, excess sugar and artificial flavors, dyes, and preservatives.  Their goal at Peeled Snacks is to make you feel good about snacking. The source the highest quality organic and natural ingredients without the use of refined sugar, oil, or preservatives. Peeled Snacks provide a natural source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and are gluten, soy, and diary free. I thoroughly enjoyed both of these products.

The next product included in my Little Luxe Box was a cinnamon heart candle by Big Dipper Wax Works made from beeswax. It comes in a cute little heart shaped tin that is made from a minimum of 75% recycled metals. The wick is made of 100% cotton and contains no lead or metal. It has a wonderful cinnamon scent and it will burn for 5 hours.  I love the saying on the card from Quotable Cards:  Everything has Beauty. It is made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. The EO Lavender Hand Sanitizer Wipe is biodegradable and is made of sugar cane ethanol, which is a natural disinfectant that does no harm when absorbed into the skin or the ecosystem. It's effective against 99.9% of germs.  My favorite product in my Little Luxe Box was the antique lace ring holder found at a little shop in Brooklyn. It's incredibly cute and is a nice statement piece that is perfect for holding my rings and other jewelry.



I really thought this was a charming little box full of products and I felt as though they selected the products with me in mind. It just felt very personable and this is the first monthly subscription box out of many that I have received that has impacted me in such a way. I definitely loved it and I'm sure you will too.

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*Disclosure:  I received a Little Luxe Box for free in exchange for my honest review. No other compensation was received. 

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