Priced at $25 every other month, it is a great way to experience the best of Purgasm Shop, as well as try out exclusive for-Fetish-Fixers Only products.
November Box contained:
- Wild Cherry Curl Poppin' Gel, 2oz
- Wild Cherry Treatment Hair Truffles, 6 count (featured item)
- Island Rum Soap Bar
- Honey Mud Soap Bar
- Pink Blossom & Sugar Scrub
- Exfoliating Glove
The inaugural box theme is "Fan Favorites," and contained some of their best-selling goodies. I couldn't wait to dive in.If you're looking for great value and a simple way to experience the best of the Purgasm Shop brand, look no further than the Fetish Fix Box.
In terms of value, the truffles alone pretty much cost the same as the box itself ($22 for 6). The other products aren't full sized - which gives you just enough to experience what Purgasm Shop has to offer.
Let's break down the box contents:
Wild Cherry Curl Poppin' Gel & Hair Treatment Truffles
I've already done a full review on Purgasm Shop before, and the quality and performance of both products remains consistent. I do however have a new update for the Hair Truffles: I've found a new way to incorporate them into my regimen!
They are excellent as a stand-alone deep treatment, however, when I incorporated just one truffle into my conditioning henna treatment, my whole life changed. Normally when I henna, I use Jamila Body Art Quality Henna, conditioner (Trader Joe's Nourish Spa or Suave Professionals Almond and Shea Butter), unrefined coconut oil, and hot water. This time around, I decided to experiment and throw in a truffle.
Boy, am I glad I did. All of that amazing softening and conditioning that the Wild Cherry Treatment Hair Truffle did on its own significantly enhanced the results of my henna. My curls were moisturized, soft, lightweight, and full of body.
All of that was great, but here's the best part: I didn't need to condition my hair afterwards. Normally after a henna treatment, I have to deep condition my hair to ensure softness and manageability. Not this time - and I totally attribute it to the truffle. For more on that, click here.