Reclaim your me-time

Turn overwhelm, burnout, and the blahs of daily living in a pandemic, into "oohs, aahs and aha" moments with a seasonal delivery of self-care goodies from small businesses!


Beauty of Detroit Box is the best way to discover new self-care products, while supporting small businesses.

How It Works

Step 1 

Take the First Step

Reclaim your me-time when you subscribe to our quarterly plan starting at $58.75. Get yours in 2-5 days. Skip or cancel anytime. 

Step 2

Thoughtfully Curated 

We curate the best in unique and useful handpicked self-care goodies that are eco-friendly and ethically sourced from small businesses. All following boxes will ship on the 10th of every season.

Step 3

Unbox Connectivity

Reconnect with your best self and a community of women celebrating self-love. 

What's Inside?

Each season you will receive a curated themed box of 4-6 useful and unique handpicked items from majority small businesses in metro Detroit, centered around helping you recharge and reconnect. 

Clean bath and body items

Self-care activities, journals or books

Home goods/ Wearable lifestyle items

Delicious snacks/drinks

Inspirational self-care guide

Encouraging online community


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We are drawn to only the best in quality artisan made goods that are unique, useful and handmade. There is a lot of time and care that goes into finding the right products and businesses that meet our criteria of beauty and excellence. If you or your gift recipient aren't feeling the love with your box, we will gladly work with you to make it right!

Featured In

"I empower busy women and men to activate the me-time they need right now to live fuller lives. Being transported out of the overwhelm of daily life for just a moment, hour or longer. A bit of beauty, indulgence, affirmation, practicality and self-care can go a long way in helping us be more present and discover what makes us full first before serving others."