Definitely worth considering. To give you a taste, Test Tube will send one lucky Bellyitch reader a free one-month tube for themselves. Enter here. Contest open for a Week until midnight Saturday. Winner must reside in the US and will be selected next Saturday.
The product sample curation box trend is a big hit! In fact, there have been several stories written in the media about the success of various types of monthly subscription boxes cursing everything from snacks to coffee to shavers to kitchen gadgets.
Many take off from the curated beauty box success.
I was sent a sample of New Beauty Test Tube to check out. First off, the creators weren’t lying when they gave it that name.
The assortment of hair products, facial washes, lip plumper arrived cushioned in soft tissue and nestled inside a tube.
Members get a new tube 6 times annually filled with deluxe and full-sized products, not just sample sizes, and a subscription to NewBeauty quarterly magazine. A video link provided gives subscribers more info about how to apply or use the products inside the box.
Each tube costs $29.95 but the products included are valued beyond that.
They get established and well-known brands too. My tube contained some John Frieda products, for example. There was a lip liner that is valued at $14, an aloe facial cleanser worth $16 and a daily day cream valued at $19.99, along with several other products.
My only concern with beauty samplers is they sometimes do not contain the right colors or mix of products that women from various ethnic varieties can use. Nude & flesh-tainted colors can be a problem and hair products too. However, but if you get a generous sample of generic products, it would be a good investment worth checking out.