How To Give a Box
Two Ways to Give
Either give a box to someone you know OR give a box to a woman who is in the hospital.
Place your order and consider including a personalized note to the recipient for an added touch of thoughtfulness and joy.
Encouragement and great products are delivered to the recipient.
Indy Giving Locally
Give a Her True Beauty Box to local Indiana women who are currently or were recently hospitalized. Boxes are tailored to items that may typically be seen in a hospital care package.
We’ll ask a few beneficiaries if they are willing to have us share their story on the Her Stories blog so you may hear about the impact of your gift.
Three to five high-quality items that provide beauty and comfort.
Each box contains three to five handmade items that focus on overall health and wellness (and occasionally a bonus gift )
Bath and Body
Caring for One Another
Her True Beauty is more than just a wellness box, but a reminder to all women, that no matter what may be going on physically, that her true beauty lies within. Frequent doctors visits, side effects of medications, procedures and hospital stays can take a toll on a woman’s physical and mental health; especially when you feel more like a patient and less like a person. Barbara and Nikki, the founders of Her True Beauty know this first hand and seek to encourage women by providing great products, a fund to support women, and an encouraging community.
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