Alright friends, I have another standout clean beauty subscription coming your way and it goes by the name of Art of Organics. I’ve been recieving and enjoying Art of Organics boxes for the past three months and so far and I gotta say; I like it! Art of Organics promises to deliver the best organic, natural, non-toxic and cruelty-free beauty products straight to your door every month. Each box will come with 2-4 full size products (or occasionally one full size product + travel sizes). It costs $39 and promises a total value of $70+ (oh and free shipping too!). This month is featuring Root Science’s Bright Eye Serum ($80), Botnia’s Daily Face Cream ($30) and URB Apothecary’s Cactus Milk Bath ($5). A $115 total value for drum roll please…$39. Thank you.
Art of Organics
Art of Organics was created to connect people with the cleanest, most effective and luxe beauty products in existence. You can check out a list of ingredients that AO will never send out here. But what really gets me about AO is that they focus on the art aspect of skincare + beauty. They do this not only through the products they choose to share with members but also with their packaging which features a new design by a different artist every month.
Boxes are sent out between the 1st-5th of the month and are usually curated with themes. So we will see selections centering around hair care, winter skin care, skin brightening, detox, etc. The one thing you wont see a lot of here is makeup. Also I love that members get 15% off all products at the Art of Organics online shop. It’s all about the perks ya’ll!
November Box: The Goods
Root Science Bright Eye Serum. This is an oil formulated with 20 high-performance botanical oils sourced from around the globe. I see some faves here like Prickly Pear Oil which is great for protecting, plumping and nourishing. Rosehip CO2 Extract which has been scientifically proven to reduce signs of aging, Raspberry Seed Oil which is a natural SPF and Tamanu Oil which is a powerhouse healer. I also really appreciate that Root Science has a heavy focus on formulating with certified organic ingredients with no fillers and this specific formula is all oils (no water) so there is no need to even include a preservative either.
I haven’t been able to give Bright Eye Serum a proper go yet because I am currently testing another eye treatment but I am excited to give this one a try!
Botnia Daily Face Cream. If you are a lotion girl, this face moisturizer may be for you! This moisturizer is formulated with fast absorbing Jojoba Oil to balance sebum, Squalene to promote cell renewal and Meadow Foam Oil to nourish and protect. It comes in a pump and goes on light + non-greasy. I really enjoy this as a day cream but need something a little more intense for overnight.
URB Apothecary Cactus Milk Bath. I am so excited to use this! I’ve been traveling for the past two weeks and I haven’t met a tub that feels worthy of this soak yet (nor have I had the time to indulge but I WILL friends. I WILL!) This soak has a coconut milk base which is great for soothing irritated skin + restoring moisture. It also has Nopal Cactus to moisturize, Linden Leaf + Blossom to repair and Colloidal Oatmeal to nourish. This one looks like is a true treat!
Try Art of Organics
I know there are so many beauty boxes to pick from these days so I want to share what criteria I use to help me decide if a subscription is really worth investing in. This is what a service must have (for me);
- The subscription meets my definition of clean.
- It delivers value.
- It allows me to discover new brands/products but also get surprised with old faves.
- It encourages me to indulge in selfcare and ultimately brings joy to my skincare moments.
- It sends out products in a timely rotation so there is no overload in one category.
- And it values my membership by saying thank you with perks!
So after trying Art of Organics for three months I can say, for me, this service personally fits my beauty subscription must-haves (with the exception of timely rotation because too soon to tell). One of the few around so had to share – obvi!
To give AO a try, shop here!
Art Of Organics gifted me these boxes to sample but as always, opinions are my own.