Love the straightforward product, design, and packaging. Great for any minimalist.
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Public Goods Reviews
I like the simplicty! It is affordable and neutral and goes with anything. I have used handsoaps for the bathroom!
Clean design and good range of products, but some are low quality and seem worthy of the price tag.
some of the hardware is cheaply made and you get what you pay for. I was washing my funnel set and they immediately bent. these will not last very long.
I enjoy the products and the concept behind the brand but I the subscription aspect turned me off. Everything I tried was very nice quality though.
I first tried public goods at an AirBnB in Palm Springs & have been a customer since then :) I enjoy how lite weight and soft it is on my skin. It's so beautiful & simple
I like its sustainability concept and the quality of its bath products are quite good.
I wish there's more variety to each product.
I love public goods! They make so many more products than you'd think, and everything is great quality. Definitely not a replacement for a grocery store, but you can get lots of basic ingredients and household items for a great price.
I think they could improve their marketing and ads because its not very well known.
I'll start with the bad: I don't like the subscription model. It feels too expensive with too few products, and I never made up the cost via savings on the goods either. That said: their products range from solidly good to great, and the aesthetic is even better. I just recommend loading up during a free trial or finding a retailer that carries some of the products you'd like to try.
Honestly, I did a trial order and got some food items and household goods. I found the pricing reasonable and the quality great! However, I don't like the membership and subscription model so I did not decide to continue.
Remove the membership/subscription model.