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The body balm and sunscreen both say full size on the card. The scrub is 4oz. Total value is about $77!!

The smell of that body balm is for sure growing on me!!

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My box showed up today! It's really pretty with the pink and white shredded paper. My scrub is Mango. I haven't opened anything yet because the heat got to the products. I'm sure everything will be fine in the morning.

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I got mine today!  And the heat did it no favors - haha

 

I got the scrub in citrusy - so happy with that!  The sunscreen is really more like a moisturizer, imho - it isn't as thick - did anyone else have to "shake" it to mix it up?  I wonder if it was the heat that caused it to separate?

 

the balm was completely liquid, but now it is finally getting to a solid.  Its scent is really light - I don't smell anything much - a light vanilla, but nothing amazing at this point...maybe it was too warm when I sniffed it.

 

I am surprised how much I love the nailpolish - it reminds me of papaya's!

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What a great box!!

 

I like the Previse serum that I got in a boxycharm so I'm interested in the sunscreen. I just wish it was more of a moisturizer than the ingredients indicate that it is. Bummer. But it uses my fave sunscreen ingredients so it will absolutely get used.

 

The balm has licorice root in it so it does have a little of that scent. Lucky me, I love that and it's so silky smooth!

 

My sugar scrub is coconut and makes my mouth water.

 

I think the nail polish is a great color for toes :D

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I agree this is a great box! I'm loving everything in it and will use it all. And I honestly don't mind that it seems to come at the end of the month, as all my other subs come either early or mid month. So it's a nice ending to the month!

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I got my box also and love everything in it. What a great box! I'll definitely use everything in the box. This subscription is one of the best.

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I like the idea of using the polish on the toes as @@Saffyra suggested. Great color for summer. I got the scrub in French Vanilla pear and it scent is great. I see now about the scent of the licorice in the balm but I don't think it's too strong. I'm going to try and and see how I feel about the scent once it's on. I'm hoping it's not too strong. :)

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What a great box!!

 

I like the Previse serum that I got in a boxycharm so I'm interested in the sunscreen. I just wish it was more of a moisturizer than the ingredients indicate that it is. Bummer. But it uses my fave sunscreen ingredients so it will absolutely get used.

 

The balm has licorice root in it so it does have a little of that scent. Lucky me, I love that and it's so silky smooth!

 

My sugar scrub is coconut and makes my mouth water.

 

I think the nail polish is a great color for toes :D

I have to correct myself. There is no licorice root in this balm... that was a totally different body balm that I got in a different box. Derp.  

 

That tonka bean does have a really interesting scent, though!

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**WARNING RIDICULOUS BEHAVIOR AHEAD**  I recd the email about the Back to School Kloverbox for kids.  I don't have any.  My nieces and nephews are in college.  But I want one.  AND SOMETHING WILL BE PERSONALIZED!!  I love Kloverbox entirely too much. 

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I'm seriously considering the Back To school box. I have school age kids but none that would be interested in these type of things I don't think other than maybe my daughter but it would totally depend on what it is. The box would be more for me than anything. :D

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I'll be the Negative Nancy here.....this just means the August box is going to ship late!!

 

LOVING the balm!!

 

 

I hope not - that would mean FOUR MONTHS IN A ROW with late shipping!  GRRR

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Sorry, Kloverbox, I had the same first thought. I don't want my August box to be late! My second thought was that i want a box personalized for me - make it girly and colorful please :). My third thought - Of course, I am going to order it. I have a 7 year old boy. Perfect.

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I ordered the Back to School Box for my little guy.  The August theme is Detox and Diminish :) . I wonder what will be in it.

 

I am going to place my Kosmotology order in the next few days using the discount code. Any suggestions?

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Here is a spoiler for the back to school box from their facebook

 

 

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I received a tracking email today! I wonder if the Back to School box will ship in late August or early September.

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Just got mine! Theme is detox and diminish.

 

Angel face botanicals super detox facial cleanser 2.3 oz $13.00

Jacqs organics fancy detox cleansing bar $6

Bedrock and bloom smart ash tooth powder $3

Michelle dermeceuticals --wrinkle spot treatment $38.50

Traditional medicines organic herbal tea supplement samples two bags

 

 

Sorry I can't type more I'm nursing a baby and watching a three year old!

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