Ellen DeGeneres’ BE KIND. by ellen fall subscription box is here!
Her fall curation contains must-have products like shower steamers and face masks to help you unwind and infuse your home with a little serenity.
Now, “Extra” is giving a fall subscription box to 10 lucky friends. Enter below for your chance to win!
Plus, you can use special code EXTRA25 at ellenshop.com to get your first box for just $25 — more than 50% off!
Keep reading for a full list of items in Ellen’s box this season:
Mixbook: Mixbook’s fully customizable photo books allow you to turn those digital archives into a treasured keepsake that can be gifted or shared.
Charged: These delicate huggie earrings feature pearls, which represent wisdom, integrity, and feminine energy. They’re removable, too, which means you’re essentially getting two pairs of earrings for the price of one.
PurelifeBiotics: Soothing shower steamers harness the power of aromatherapy to elevate your mood and melt stress away. These are 100% organic, and made from all-natural ingredients sourced in the U.S.A.
Our Lavender Co: Our Lavender Co’s products are made from ingredients sourced from their fifth-generation family farm. This roller ball offers the most convenient way to get your lavender fix to alleviate anxiety, on the go!
Andalou Naturals: Both non-GMO and cruelty-free, this mask set contains ingredients such as rosehip oil, rose flower water and Alpine Rose Stem Cells, which will improve your skin’s texture and restore its microbiome.
Denik: Denik empowers artists to share their work in notebook form. Profits from the company funds education; thus far, they have built 7 schools around the world!
AMINNAH: Aminnah is a women-led natural beauty brand that’s all about making products playful. Here is the perfect way to bring you a nostalgic cotton candy treat, bringing summer’s delicious vibes into fall and beyond.
RAGGEDYTIFF: Enjoy this art print, created by our box artist, Jessica Resendíz, which features the iconic cempasùchil (marigold) flower used to celebrate her ancestors during the traditional Day of the Dead.