Influenster Sunshine VoxBox Review

Disclaimer: I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.

Sunshine VoxBox Cover

It’s time for another Influenster VoxBox review!

The box is the Sunshine VoxBox, which included $29.04 worth of products. I have to say, this has been one of the most useful boxes to me out of those I’ve received over the last couple years. There’s always at least one item that doesn’t pertain to me, but a can’t complain. I gave myself a full month to test everything before putting this review together, so I’m pretty confident with the results at this point. Here’s a quick breakdown of what I received and overall thoughts.

 Infusium 23 Moisture Replenisher Leave-in Smoothing Crème Enhanced with Avocado and Olive Oil ($6.99)

Infusium23 Moisturizer

Anything that has olive oil in it always catches my attention. I’ve always heard people rave about Infusium 23 products, so it was cool to test this out. Per the included postcard, this smoothing crème provides “intense smoothing for long-lasting frizz control and silky softness”.

For my head (the mohawk lives on), I use a nickel-sized amount to cover my whole head. The scent is light and the crème doesn’t weigh your head down. For the first 30-40 seconds, my hair had this neat slick effect. After that point, my natural curls sprung back with a great shine. The single application normally lasts me the full day without a problem.

You can learn more about this product, along with their full product line, on the official Twitter and Facebook pages.

Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Refreshingly Clean Cleansing Cloths ($6.99)

Dickinson's Witch Hazel Wipes

I swore by Dickinson’s witch hazel just a year ago when I was changing up my hair routine. So I already knew it would be a win before I opened the package. The cleansing clothes are meant for makeup removal and/or skin care. Since I already use MemeBox for my skin care routine, I used these strictly for my under-chin and neck areas, in addition to cleaning up my hair color edges during my weekly re-applications.

The wet clothes have a nice thickness and are larger than expected. It’s great for the days you apply full-face makeup for an event (or just because). Check out the official Dickinson’s Facebook and Twitter pages for more information!

Blue Diamond Sriracha Almonds ($1.59)

Sriracha Almonds

This was the item I had absolutely no interest in trying. And that’s not a knock on Blue Diamond as a brand. I think I’ve previously stated my dislike for all things spicy. Everyone I know adores Sriracha but it’s just not for me. This became a great surprise for a relative who lives for this kind of thing.

However, I do love the brand’s almonds. You can feed you need for all things Blue Diamond on Facebook and Twitter.

barkTHINS ($4.99)

barkTHINS Snacking Chocolates

In a genius move to avoid shipping woes, Influenster provided a manufacturer’s coupon for a free bag of barkTHINS instead of included a bag in the VoxBox. So I was able to choose my flavor while grocery shopping. Since I adore all things mint, I went with that option. Ironically, I just went on a sugar diet, so I tried a few pieces the day before and shared the rest. See the photo above for how much was left by that evening. I think it’s safe to say everyone liked these.

Dark chocolate is my preference, but I usually go for at least 75% cocoa, so this was much sweeter than I’m used to. All the same, great indulgence when the mood hits you. Learn more about the brand on Facebook and Twitter.

SinfulColors Nail Polish in Southern Belle ($1.99)

SinfulColors Southern Belle Polish

I own a few SinfulColors shades, so this was a nice addition to the collection. I’ve been in the midst of flipping between neutrals and soft pastels. Outside of my blue hair dye staining them one too many times, Southern Belle is a nice shade. The color is just as bright on your nails as in the photo. You can get away with one coat and still have some great opacity.

Check out SinfulColors on Facebook for some cool contests and new shades.

Vaseline Intensive Care Aloe Soothing Spray Moisturizer ($6.49)

Vaseline Spray Moisturizer

No joke, I drove some friends and family members CRAZY with this thing. I can’t stop spraying it. It’s like I’m a child experience a Slinky for the first time. I have this thing about evenly distributing products, so the fact that I have a way to do some makes me so happy.

The Aloe smells so inviting and clean. You know how awesome it is when you just feel perfectly clean? The world feels right and you just own at life. I’m giving this product way too much life changing power at the moment…hahaha…

You get what I mean though. It feels fantastic and you get a great number of uses out of it. Here’s the Facebook and Twitter. You know what to do.

In closing…

I’m quite happy with how this box turned out. Always love the opportunity to review new/popular products, so thanks again to Influenster to the opportunity. Hopefully something of the group sounds appealing. Great that nothing’s going to break the band either. That all for this review. There another few coming up this week, so keep an eye out.