If you don't know about Influenster, I'm pretty sure anyone can sign up and join. You then connect your social media accounts and answer some questions. Based on your interests, Influenster will select you to receive certain boxes and products and you are expected to test the products out and review them and share your thoughts on social media. Influenster will provide you with a variety of different options for how to share products on your social media. For example, if you get a hair product, or a makeup product, you may be asked to share a photo of you using the product on Instagram or tweet your favorite thing about that product, etc.
If they think you'll be a good fit for an upcoming voxbox, they'll send you a survey. You'll answer the survey questions, and then they'll determine if you'll get the next box. If you are, they'll send it. You won't know what's in the box or what kind of products you're getting until the box arrives (so there's no way -- at least none that I know of -- to cheat the system and respond to survey questions in a way that would get you selected for a box).
OK, consider yourselves a little more informed. Now let's take a look at what I got in my recent Spice Vox Box.
Good Health Veggie Straws | SoapBox Coconut Shampoo | SoapBox Coconut Conditioner | Not Your Mother's Whip it Up Cream Styling Mousse | Sinful Colors Sinful Shine Nail Polish | Foot Petals Give 'em the Boot shoe inserts | Boots Botanics Organic Hydrating Day Cream | Yogi Tea
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