This month I received my second Hammock Pack, part of a birthday gift from my parents!
Hammock Pack is a monthly subscription box service that sends everything you need to take a mini getaway without actually going away! Hammock Pack costs $25/month plus $5 shipping. They ship USPS priority mail and it arrived very quickly!
This month’s theme was “Girls Night Out”.
I love their info cards!
Anyway, let’s dive in.
CosmoRita – This is a mix to use with white wine, but it also has recipes for mixing with vodka or ginger ale if that’s more your style. I am not sure what I will end up mixing it with, but I am excited to try it out. I just have to gather up some girls to help me drink this up!
All Nighter Mask – At first I thought this was just stuff you smeared on your face, let it dry and then rinsed it off, but it is actually a full on mask, with eye holes, you put on your face. I have never used anything like this before, so it will be neat to test it out. I will be sure to wait until S goes to bed though, to avoid scaring him! Ha ha.
Barre Energy Bar – In the interest of science, I thought I would taste test this. And then I ate the whole thing. It was good. From the taste you could tell it was an energy bar, but it still tasted good. I’d buy it again.
Giovanni Cosmetics Shaving Cream – This smells really good. I almost wish it was a lotion instead of a shave cream so you could enjoy the smell longer. In any case, this will get used up and I will feel luxurious about it!
Sencha Naturals Mints – These are neat because three mints have the same amount of antioxidants as one cup of green tea. They taste good and I would buy these again as well.
The box also included a $50 gift card to Naked Wines.
All in all I liked this month’s box! I am anxious to see what they have in store for us next month too! I love the idea behind Hammock Pack and how it reminds me of the importance of taking a little bit of time for myself each month.
Did you get a Hammock Pack this month? What did you think?
I was not compensated to provide this review. All opinions, as always, are my own.