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Father’s Day Ideas: Target Subscription Box

I enjoy getting subscription boxes. I like to try a lot of different products without having to spend a lot of money in the process. And I get to try brands that I might never have heard about any other way.

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I enjoy getting subscription boxes. I like to try a lot of different products without having to spend a lot of money in the process. And I get to try brands that I might never have heard about any other way.

Many subscription boxes that are geared toward makeup, skin care, and fashion require a commitment. A consumer needs to purchase multiple boxes in order to save the most amount of money on the products. The most common type of subscription that I have found is the yearly option (12 boxes).

Target Beauty Boxes, however, are purchased month-to-month and occasionally offer choices. This month their Beauty Box comes in two options: The regular box and the Father’s Day special.

Check out the Target Beauty Box–Father’s Day special here: http://go.magik.ly/ml/5e4b/

The regular box is already sold-out, but the Father’s Day special is still available. It comes with deluxe-sized Nivea Men Crème, Olivina Mens All-in-One Body Wash, Colgate Optic White Radiant Toothpaste, Yes to Men Natural Cleansing Wipes, and an Axe Adrenaline Cool Charge Body Wash. It also contains a full-sized Dove Men+Care Elements Deodorant/Antiperspirant and a Schick Hydro 5 Blade Men’s Razor.

Each Target Beauty box also has a $3 coupon to use for any personal care purchase.

If you need a present for your Dad, try this commitment-free box. It costs $7 and contains over $31 of products plus a $3 coupon for future purchases. This is gift giving at its most convenient!

Have you tried the Target Beauty boxes in the past? Let me know what you think in the comments below!


 

This is not sponsored. All items have been purchased by me.

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“The author has managed to weave an intricate web about being true to yourself. One shouldn’t be guided or led by others. Above all, feel the magic in your own heart. As the fairy godmother believes sometimes it is best not to mess with destiny.” –Chief, USN Ret…VT Town—a Top 500 Reviewer on Amazon.com

Praise for The World In Front of Me:

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Praise for Going Home:

“This is an excellent short story that is full of surprises for the reader. Martial law is about to be imposed in the colony.

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Most highly recommended”—Off Grid . . . And Loving It—a Top 500 Reviewer on Amazon.com

Praise for Wonderland:

“The writing is beautiful, the characters are complex and thoroughly developed and the story is fascinating. All of it together creates a world you don’t want to leave when the book ends. I am so glad I discovered this author and I cannot wait for her next book”—Mary—Review on Amazon.com

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