4 thoughts on “Therapy in a Subscription Box? I Tried it Out!

  • September 27, 2017 at 8:49 am

    Check the ingredients on the tea face thing, and whatever the liquid/oil is, add more of that. Or if it’s something weird and hard to find, jojoba oil is a good option for face, it absorbs easily and doesn’t clog pores.

    This would be nice as a treat once in a while, but it sorta looks like a beauty/skincare/spa box in disguise, (not a bad thing, just pointing this out) and I wouldn’t do an ongoing subscription for $40 a month… that is an insane amount of money to spend per year ($480 per year?!) on fun little beauty stuff that’s just going to end up in the back of the bathroom cabinet.

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    • September 27, 2017 at 4:05 pm

      Thanks for your feedback, Allie! I do have jojoba oil and will try that out! It says Aqua is 35%, so maybe add distilled water, too? The other oils are definitely not in my arsenal.

      I should add that although it might end up in the back of your cabinet, beauty box subscribers have a lot of fun experimenting and trying out new products…and trying out things, even if they’re not your go to, is a lot of fun.

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  • September 27, 2017 at 12:32 pm

    As a clinician in behavioral healthcare with over 40 years experience and as a psychology professor of 13 years, I enjoyed and am amused re: Therabox. I hope that this will benefit the “worried well”, a population I never worked with. Instead, I conducted psychotherapy primarily with persons presenting with serious, recurrent, persisting behavioral health disorders. I imagine that Therabox impacts like a placebo.

    I enjoyed this light-hearted article, and thanks so much for presenting it.
    Rich, MSW

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    • September 27, 2017 at 4:07 pm

      Thanks for your feedback, Richard! Yes, it’s an interesting idea, and someone had to review it! 🙂 (Which I did enjoy!)

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