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September Beauty Box Only $7 Shipped at Target (Includes Full-Size Schick Razor)

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Target September Beauty Box

Target has nice deals on beauty products!

Head on over to and score the September Beauty Box for just $7 shipped!

Even sweeter, Target REDcard holders can save an additional 5% making this box just $6.65 shipped! These Beauty Boxes are a fun way to try out new products without having to purchase full-size items plus, this month’s beauty box comes with a full-size freebie!

Target September Beauty Box

Here is what you will receive in the September Beauty Box

  • TRESemme Botanique Shampoo/Conditioner
  • Miss Spa Hydrate Facial Sheet Mask
  • Two emery boards
  • Dove Dry Serum Antiperspirant
  • Full-size Women’s Schick Intuition Razor

This seems like a hot deal as the Schick razor alone sells for around $7 at

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Comments 27

  1. vicki

    I LOVE this razor for my middle school daughter. It’s a great one to start with.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for the feedback on the razor, Vicki! I’ll have to remember that for my daughter!

    • Michelle

      I agree! We started with an electric razor in elementary school and now in middle school she wanted a real razor. This one is great since the “shaving cream” is already built in and she knows when that runs out it’s time to change blades. I also feel like is one she’s less likely to turn at an angle and cut herself. 2 tips on replacement heads (which are kind of expensive). They are cheaper for a large pack on (like 1/2 the regular price!) and Costco has a huge pack that includes a handle but is way cheaper than target or Walmart, especially when they sometimes have $8 off in the monthly deals!

      • m

        I was wondering if elementary school was too young to start shaving? What age was you daughter? My daughter asked about leg hairs. I just figured we would wait untill middle school because that is what everyone did when I was younger. Not sure what the normal is now? Of it is really bothering her maybe I should sooner regardless of age?…

        • Jenn

          My daughter is a sixth grader and begged to shave. I let her but I have to occasionally help her.

        • Alice

          Nooooo just let them be little!!!

          • Michelle

            Grooming and hygiene care are not letting them be little? Every child matures differently and 4th graders are closer to 5th-6th graders from when I was that age.

        • Michelle

          4th grade, she was one of the first girls. She has blonde hair but it really bothered her. Not wanting to start a parenting debate. She came to us several. Times and it was a family decision. It’s not hurting anyone else and we started her with an electric razor with a mesh shield so no risk of cutting herself. Most kids at her school started in 5th grade. I was in 6th when I started almost 30 years ago so I don’t think that’s unreasonable 🤷🏻‍♀️.

          • Chrissy

            Thank you so much for posting this. My 4th grade just started shaving using an electric razor and I keep struggling with is she too young. My daughter is very dark headed so her leg hairs stand out a lot. It’s not something she goes around telling everyone at school. But reading your post gave me that pat on the back that it’s ok and perfectly normal. Hope your child has a great school year.

            • Michelle

              Whatever works for your daughter and your family is what works. There is no one size fits all guide to parenting. Bravo for doing you and not just how everyone else thinks you should be. Wishing your daughter a great school year as well!

        • MombieZombie

          Mine is 15 and in high school and has refused to shave. I did insist she do her underarms for everyone’s benefit since we live in the desert. She has autism and zero concerns about hygiene.

          She also looks like she’s smuggling a wookie in her swimsuit bottoms so l got boyshorts style this year.

          • Kiwi

            MombieZombie: thank you for the smile. I work as a therapist in the schools and love my kids. I laughed when I read your comment, no sugar coating things at your house!!

            • Aimee

              Kiwi—I’m a therapist in the schools, too! And also for a community hospital 🙂

          • Michelle

            This made me for real LOL! It’s great that she’s comfortable in her own skin and you’re still able to guide her in grooming!

        • vicki

          My reply to my daughter was always, “Don’t be the first, but I won’t make you be the last.” She’s pretty content with that knowing she’s somewhere in the middle to start big “tween” things. She first shaved in 6th, but has VERY fine hair, so it wasn’t a have to like some of her friends who did start a little earlier.

      • J

        I’m almost 40 yes old and my mom allowed me in 4th grade. I had dark hair and fair skin so it stood out and I was embarrassed by it. My mom was more of a modern thinker and realistic as she remembered what it felt like as a girl (1950’s-1960’s) and getting made fun of for her dark hair and didn’t want me to go through the same thing. I was the first in my class and all my friends were jealous and two weeks later my friends ended up shaving too. Obviously no one wants their children to grow up too soon but but just clipping your nails and getting a haircut, grooming becomes part of our daily routine and this is one of them.

        • Michelle

          That was put perfectly! There isn’t a set age when it’s right or wrong. It’s whatever works for each individual and their families!

      • Tara Broadway

        My mom made me wait till I was 13 to shave, all the girls called me gorilla woman till I could shave it was horrible. So let the girls start shaving in Middle school when they start having periods their hair grows faster so they will notice.

        • Michelle

          My mom told me I had to wait till I was 16 like she was! Haha! In her defense, she did go to an all girls catholic school in the 50’s that was almost 100% Italian so no one “stood out”. I just did it on my own in 6th grade because I had really dark long hair and everyone else was doing it. Mom got over it when she realized I wasn’t going to chop my leg off. I’d been using sharper kitchen objects since 1st or 2nd grade anyway!

          • mel

            My mom too! But I started shaving in 7th grade. I had dark hair and I wasn’t teased about it, quite a few of us girls did. I think it was about a month before my mom had noticed LOL. Then she took me razor shopping because I didn’t know I wasn’t supposed to use my dad’s razor to shave my legs LOL

  2. Mel

    Sorry but I’m not sure if this box is worth $7 to me. Thanks for the post anyway.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome. Thanks so much for the honest comment, Mel!

  3. Gigi

    The razor alone is $7.89 at Target. I received this box on last week & I’m quite pleased with it!! Thank you Hip!!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for the helpful comment, Gigi! You’re SO very welcome!

  4. TJ

    My 17yo daughter and I LOVE those razors. They’re the best. I tried them first and then got her one and I was like “you’re going to love this razor!!” to which she replied with an eye roll and “whatever you say, mom”. Next day she was all excited…”That razor IS awesome!” Ordering this box for sure:)

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! So glad your daughter got on board! Thanks for sharing, TJ!

  5. Casey Meyers

    Stop saying what everyone else does. Its whenever you feel your child is ready. Each child is different.

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