Enchantment Box Review

Christina Clarke isn’t just our favorite Hufflepuff, she is also the imaginative founder and creator of the Enchantment Box: a 100% vegan, cruelty-free, and eco-conscious monthly subscription service that provides curated boxes designed to inspire and delight.

Each month has a different theme, which prevents the range of products from ever getting stale. Past themes include mermaids, rose gold, Paris, Hocus Pocus, snow queen, Mother of Dragons, art nouveau, Marie Antoinette, and Alice in Wonderland. We’ve been lucky enough to enjoy four Enchantment Box mailings so far, (some gifted and some purchased, to clarify) and all have arrived teeming with treasures. We unboxed a “Sorceress” box for Halloween, “The Nutcracker” for the winter holidays, and two September boxes themed after Harry Potter: “Wizard’s Academy” and “Magical Creatures”. Peeks at these are in our gallery below.

Themes are announced in advance and some products are revealed via hints leading up to the release of a new box. They ship around the 20th of each month.

Christina curates each box. In every month’s box, you get 6-8 items from boutiques, local and handmade creators, and artists. Every product is 100% vegan, much like the owner herself. Inside, you might find cruelty-free makeup, edible treats, tea, beauty tools, paper products and artwork, skincare and haircare products, home accents, jewelry, and candles. If you believe in investing in yourself and treating yourself with products that are good in both a quality and a moral sense, this box suits you.

Savanah regularly uses the setting spray from the "Sorceress" box when she needs her makeup to last all day. We loved the creative bath bombs that we unboxed: a nutcracker, a snowy owl, and a lightning bolt dusted bath bomb that reveals a color at it's center, effectively sorting you into your Hogwarts house! The gourmet snacks are normally the very first thing we tear into... obviously. I'm currently burning the Drosselmeyer candle from the "Nutcracker" box, which smells just like Christmas. Once this is through, I'll eagerly light the apple-and-bourbon Aragog candle next.

A portion of the proceeds from the Enchantment Box go to charitable causes as well. Donations are regularly made to Enchanted Farm Sanctuary: an animal rescue which, coincidentally, is also owned by a Harry Potter fan.

Visit and see the magic for yourself at If you join their mailing list, you can get a coupon via email. If you have a question, email inquiries can be sent to You can find daily inspiration on their official Instagram here.


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