I don’t know how many times I’ve sat down to write this FabFitFun unboxing post and just haven’t. Not because this season’s box wasn’t exciting (because it’s oddly my favorite so far), it’s mostly just because life has been so busy that I haven’t had the time to do this amazing box justice.
But, since I extended my Thanksgiving Break by a day (mental health day, ftw) I figured now would be a good time to give this the box out pouring of love that it fully deserves. This season’s box was a complete win, there isn’t a single thing in the box I don’t like, can’t use, or haven’t already been using.
If you’ve never heard of this subscription box (because for some reason you decided to completely unplug from life and move to another planet) FabFitFun is a seasonal subscription box filled with personal care products, lifestyle helpers, clothing, accessories, jewelry, fitness products and more. The best part is you receive all full sized products, so you’re not just getting a sample size that may last a week, you’re getting a full product that can last you a really long time.
Each box costs $49.99 which seems high, initially, but again these are full size products (and you only get four boxes a year) and each box is guaranteed to have at least $250 worth of products; and most of mine have had over $300 worth of products. The value of the products I received in my box this season (as I just totaled them all up) is $397! Seriously. Almost $400 worth of products for under $50 and AGAIN all products I will use! Even if you don’t like an item (which has happened) pretty much everything in here makes for great gifts!
The other really cool thing that I like about this subscription box is every season they are sponsoring a charity and donating part of the proceeds of the season to help that charity. This season they are supporting UNICEF, which as an educator, I absolutely love. Every child does have the right to an education, no matter what their background or living conditions are. UNICEF partnering with FabFitFun will help bring education to more children who desperately need it.