- The Standard: For $10/month + $2 shipping and handling, you can get 1 candle monthly, and the candle you get will be around ~4 ounces with a ~25 hour burn time. (This is the option I chose to begin with to see if I actually used the candle in a reasonable amount of time)
- The Afficionado: For $20/month and free shipping, you can get 1 candle monthly, and the candle you get will be around ~8 ounces with a ~50 hour burn time.
- The Luxe: For $30/month and free shipping, you can get 1-2 candles monthly, and the candle(s) you get will be around ~12 ounces with a ~75 hour burn time.
Anyways, I have broken down the system for you, and I'm sure you're thinking, "LET'S SEE THE GOODS!" Okay, okay! Let's jump into my very first candle! I was super excited to get this package in the mail!!
No. 11 Amber & Moss candle, handmade in California and with 100% soy wax, from P.F. Candle Co. Upon first glance, this candle might not look like much, but because of this, I am in love with it. Look at the clean, crisp packaging, even the typeface of the label is neat and uniformed and FITS! I really like the color of the jar, too, which sounds stupid but again, imaginary points. The lid comes off easily, which is good for someone like me who has rheumatoid arthritis (I only mention this because I recently received a candle that was reeeally hard to open, even on a good day). I really appreciate the sleek, smooth look of it on my desk in out bedroom.
The bottom of the candle, including warning label. Even cooler typeface on the bottom! I have spent hours on their site looking to buy something else even before Vellabox included them in their monthly box, but since I liked the way this candle burned, now I am all the more intrigued. I just can't decide what to get, everything looks awesome! I would definitely buy something, maybe even sooner rather than later! ;)
There you have it, my first month as a Vellabox subscriber! Overall, I am pleased with my candle, the packaging, the price point, and the shipping! Have you hear of this subscription service? Does this vendor intrigue you, have you heard of them before?