Another problem is that the site tells you what's coming, but the box doesn't match the list on the site. I was supposed to get some fairly interesting things, but they weren't in the box. I did receive some kind of formula for babies, although I don't have kids and the people I know who do don't have babies or aren't interested in these kinds of products. I also got an anti-aging lotion, which seems odd. I mean, I'm in my 30's, but my skin is pretty much fine. There's no place to really address your preferences or interests. Nearly every other box these days seems to have some customization, and the few that don't are usually high quality items even if you're not into them so they're at least worth what you paid.
I took a picture of the only two normal sized items in the box - a snack size bag of chips and a can of soda (both of which were really good, but still). So basically this box costs $20 for a bag of chips, a can of soda, a teabag, and a few samples. That just seems so far from value that I can't help but mention it. I canceled this box before but tried again. However, unless I see some reviews that show Conscious Box is really listening to customers and is changing its approach, I can't possibly recommend this and I've canceled my subscription.
|These just aren't tasty enough for $20!|