Birchbox Mystery Sample Pack Men and Women

I was so excited to arrive home today to find our Birchbox Mystery Sample Packs had arrived from upgrading our subscription from monthly to yearly.  For every order you place of $35 or more, you can add a Mystery Sample Pack.  It’s an item and not a coupon code, so you can get a Mystery Sample Pack and add a coupon code if one applies.  I’ve reviewed Mystery Sample Packs before (check out those reviews here and here), but we got great samples so I decided to show you what we received this time.

Mystery Sample Pack: Women’s

Birchbox Mystery Sample Pack: Women's

Birchbox Mystery Sample Pack: Women’s

 

Lierac Paris Sensorielle Oil: Value $5.96

The Balm How ‘Bout Them Applies in Pie: Value $5.33

Total value: $11.29

This Mystery Sample Pack had one duplicate.  I had received the Balm stain in a previous box, but loved it and used it for Ella’s dance recitals.   I will probably keep this for the diaper bag since it closes so well.

Mystery Sample Pack: Men’s

Birchbox Mystery Sample Pack: Men's

Birchbox Mystery Sample Pack: Men’s

 

Dr. Brandt Pores No More: Value $11.25

Ernest Supplies Soap Free Gel Face Wash: $3.00 (This item isn’t currently available on Birchbox, so I used the value of a similar Ernest Supplies item).

Total value: $14.25

My husband received the Ernest Supplies in a Birchbox Man and I received the Dr. Brandt in a women’s Birchbox.  I’ll be stealing the Dr. Brandt from him since it’s not something he would use 🙂  The value on this is great and even though both items were duplicates, we will still use them.

Sometimes the sample packs are sold out, but keep checking because they are restocked frequently.

Have you gotten a Birchbox Mystery Sample pack lately?  I’d love to hear what you received.

~Elizabeth

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