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Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review #BloomVoxBox

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

Welcome the Spring with the all-new Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box. I have always wanted to be a part of their VoxBox testing team and I couldn’t be much happier when I got to try this one out. Thanks, Influenster for the opportunity. So, what I got in the VoxBox? If you are following me on my social media channels like @instagram, I am sure that you might have known about the contents. But I hardly shared any reviews of these products. So, here I am with the unboxing and review of the Spring Bloom VoxBox from Influenster.

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Review

What I got in the Influenster Bloom Vox Box

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

1. Cutex Advanced Revival Nail Polish Remover Pads Review

Price: $1.49 – $3.99
I have used two of the three pads that I got in the Voxbox. These look similar to The Magic Pads. I must say that I am pleasantly surprised. I have loved how these worked on taking off the nail polish so effortlessly and that too on the go. It takes 8-10seconds to completely clean one nail. I have used these on a variety of nail paints. I am disappointed with the fact that these do not work well on the glitter nails. The chunky glitter takes forever to come off the nails and the Cutex Nail Polish Remover Pads do not work at all.

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

2. Not Your Mother’s Plump For Joy REVIEW

Price: $3 (2 oz.), $7 (8 oz.)
I have used it multiple times just to make sure that I am providing an honest review here. The product is good and works well for me as I have thin, fine hair. The smell is good too. But the only and the major con is that the product actually gets accumulated on the scalp. Maybe that happens because I have an oily scalp or maybe I have fine hair. Whatever may be the reason, I didn’t like the feel of the product buildup on my scalp. It was very irritating that I immediately took a shower to get rid of the product from my scalp. The feeling on hair was good but hated it on my scalp. I would like to use it along with my very favorite Hask Kalahari Melon Oil Range.

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

3. NUXE Huile Prodigieuse Multi-Usage Dry Oil REVIEW

Price: $29 (50ml), $45 (100ml)
This has been my go-to product these days. I use it usually after my shower. This oil makes my skin instantly smooth and shiny. The smell is great too but the only con is that the smell lingers on to your body for a longer time. I don’t really have an issue about the smell but people with a sensitive nose may find it different.

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

4. Sunbelt Bakery Granola Bar 

Price: $0.50(single-serve), $2.69 (Multi-pack box)

Hmm…a granola bar. Obviously, I liked it.

Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review
Influenster Bloom Vox Box Unboxing, Review

5. Secret Outlast Xtend Invisible Solid Review

Price: $4.29 (2.6 oz.)
I have been using this since I got the voxbox. I liked the fresh smell, it smells like talc. This directly became a part of my gym bag.

6. SinfulColors Nail Polish REVIEW

Price: $1.99 – 2.99
The shade is pictured in the first picture. The shade is slightly on the transparent side. As you can see above, I loved it as a topcoat on my black nail polish.

Overall, I have totally enjoyed the Influenster Spring Bloom Vox Box.