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Box Cutters: Your Custom Profile

Once you're a subscriber, Birchbox Man offers you a whole lot in addition to the monthly sample shipment. You'll find advice on how to use your products as well as general style guidance here on the Guide, get special offers on full-size products in our Shop, and earn points to put toward the stuff you dig the most. In this installment of Box Cutters, our series about how to make the most of your subscription, we give you the lowdown on filling out your custom profile.

When you join Birchbox, we ask you to fill out a Profile—a series of questions that helps give us a better idea of your particular product needs. The reason is simple: if you tell us about yourself, we’ll have a much easier time sending you stuff you're more likely to use and enjoy. Are you concerned about thinning hair or are unruly curls your main issue? When it comes to airport reading, what’s your pleasure, The Economist or Rolling Stone? How oily is your skin? What’s your size? Are you a silk robe wearing, pipe smoking grooming guru, or a regular dude just figuring out what “exfoliation” means? Here’s how to fill out your profile:

1. Log in to your account.

2. Under the "Men's Subscription" header, choose "Edit Profile."

3. Once you've made your profile selections, be sure to click "Save Profile."

Once we have your answers, your profile will be one of the key factors used to tailor your future shipments. Here's to making it better. And, as Kramer says, “feelin’ good all the time”.

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