Gilt City Gold | Peachy Box Curated Gilt City Exclusive Box Review

Have ya’ll every heard of Gilt City? It’s like an upscale Groupon. I’m not personally a fan of Groupon, but I can get on board with Gilt City everyday! They offer discounts on subscription boxes, high end makeup brands like Bobbi Brown, and even vacation packages! And sometimes they offer mystery boxes from specific subscription boxes, like this one from Peachy Box. This box cost $35.00.

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Peachy Box is a monthly subscription for savvy trendsetters! Do you love Sephora? UrbanOutfitters? What about Paper Source? Then this is the perfect box for you. Every month, you’ll receive a box with deluxe to full-sized items hand-curated by our team. We have a new unique trending theme every month! Treating yourself once a month isn’t that hard. Peachbox is $34.99 a month.

I’ve never been subscribed to Peachy Box, but I’ve always been intrigued by it, so I figured that I would test the waters with this box! This box is no longer available, but the monthly subscription to Peachy Box is.

I’m not sure if this is a “theme” or not, but the information card was labeled “Hello Spring” and had pictures and a brief description of all of the products, which was nice.

I love the layout of this and how crisp and clean it looks.

The first thing included in this box (that is not listed on the information card) is a coupon for 25 square prints of your photos for free from Parabo Press Squares. I’ve actually gotten an identical coupon to this in a different box, but I’m excited to get to use it again! I love having prints of the cute pictures I seem to be always taking of my kids!

Tea Forte Kati Steeper Cup in Sipscriptions ($20.00).

This double-wall ceramic tumbler and integrated stainless steel infuser make brewing loose tea by the cup simple. The innovative double-wall construction keeps tea hot and the tumbler cozy to hold. Brews a generous 12 oz cup. The cup and lid are dishwasher and microwave safe. The included infuser is not microwave safe.

This is a super cute Steeper Cup. The sad reality, however, is that I hate tea. Like, haaate tea. I really wish that I would be able to use this, but even Kylor doesn’t drink hot tea – only iced tea. This will be passed along to a friend of mine that loves tea, but it is kind of a bummer that I won’t get to use such a large part of this box.

Akar Skin Rose Quartz Massager ($35.00).

Use this natural rose quartz stone massager to apply a soothing massage to your skin. Originating in China, guasha massage techniques are applied to improve circulation, eliminate wrinkles, and slim the face. It can be applied to the face, chest & neck, and jawline.

I actually just ordered a quartz face roller during the most recent Fab Fit Fun add-on sale, but this is really intriguing to me. This is just a little stone, not an entire roller. The benefits it claims to have are pretty outstanding. I’ve only tried this a couple of times, but it did help a bit with a headache that I had. It comes in a really nice red velvet-ish pouch to keep it in, which I think is a great touch.

Vana Body Babydoll Face Mask ($22.00).

Delicate and mild, pink clay, white clay and coconut milk combat sensitivities, irritations, and dryness. Rosehips powder, lavender essential oils calm inflammation while healing and reviving dullness.

This is pretty cool. It’s a powder mask that you mix with a liquid of your choice and apply to your face until its dry. I don’t love the scent of this, but at first try it feels great on my skin and seems to make my skin smoother and a bit less red – which is always a treat after scrubbing off the days makeup.

Tarte Cosmetics Maneater Eyeliner ($20.00).

This self-sharpening precision black eyeliner delivers a crisp tip every time, so you can easily perfect a cat eye, wing or tightline. With this easy-glide gel formula infused with Amazonian clay, you’ll get precise payoff and budgeproof longwear. It’s also safe for the inner rim with a waterproof formula to keep your liner looking fresh throughout the day.

I’m kind of weirdly irritated that this didn’t come in a box. I know it’s a small thing, but it’s just a pet peeve of mine. I have used this eyeliner before and I love it! It’s a really great opaque black and it really is easy to fit in the little areas of your eyes that I normally tend to skip over.

Spongelle Zodiac Body Buffer ($20.00).

One of our favorites! Find one of these four bodywash-infused buffers in your box:

fire | Spiced Neroli
earth | Lavender & Sea Salt
air | Fresh Tuberose
water | Lotus Bloom

I got this in the scent “Lotus Bloom”, which smells amaaazing! But, I need to be honest. I do not get peoples obsessions with these things. Everyone raves about them like they’re the best thing since sliced bread, so I bought a bundle pack during a really old Fab Fit Fun add-on sale. And I just don’t get it. I don’t get why everyone is so crazy about them, and I’m really not a fan. They’re just not that special to me, so unfortunately this product doesn’t do much to excite me.


This was a great box as far as value goes, but I’m not loving the majority of the contents. I really wanted to like this box because it seemed right up my alley. I might give it another shot in the future, but this Gilt City box was a big bust for me.

What do you think of this box? Have you ever shopped at Gilt City?


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