BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review 1


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BuddhiBox
Cost: Full-Size: $30.95/month.  Sample Size: $11.95/month.
Ships To: United States and Canada.
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BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box

BuddhiBox is a curated box of items to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. BuddhiBox is $30.95/month and each month you will receive 4-6 full and sample sized items that enrich mind, body, and soul. Items may includ healthy food, supplements, beauty products, and yoga accessories. BuddhiBox also offers a smaller box for $11.95/month which includes 2-3 product samples and coupons.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Box

BuddhiBox ships via USPS on the 10th of the month.  If you order by the 9th of the month, your box will ship on the 10th.  Boxes generally take 2-3 days to arrive within the United States.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

The BuddhiBox

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

First Look

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Second First Look

I never really know what to expect from BuddhiBox in regards to the contents, however, I do know that they are always going to send a well-curated and thoughtful box!

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

The Information Card

The May 2015 BuddhiBox included the following items:

~Sweathouse Brands Yoga Towel + Saucha Spray ($15): I was expecting this to be just a regular mat spray, but oh no, it’s way better than that.  It’s a spray for your clothing and your yoga mat.  It kills odor causing bacteria from your clothing and mat so that the stink won’t set in the clothes and never get it.  This is a perfect addition to your gym bag. If you work out in the morning before work you probably have those sweaty clothes stuck in your bag all day.  This will make sure they don’t stink forever!

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Sweathouse Brands Yoga Towel + Saucha Spray

~Frisky Fresh – Fresh Essential Oil ($14): This blend (lemon and lavender) is supposed to help to clear and awaken the mind.  A few people have recommended essentials oils for seasonal allergies so I am going to look into that as well.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Frisky Fresh – Fresh Essential Oil

~Below the Oak Solid Perfume (Vixen) ($20): I am not sure how to describe this scent, but I don’t think it’s perfume like?  It’s maybe too outdoorsy for me? I don’t really know.  I will pass it on to a friend to enjoy.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Below the Oak Solid Perfume

~Go Macro – Go Macro Bar Sample: A fun bar to try, but I would go for the peanut butter and chocolate chip flavor next time I tried it.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Go Macro – Go Macro Bar Sample

~Lasting Smiles – Lip Balm ($4.99): Hmm.  I just received this lip balm in another box (Yuzen) a few days ago and now I received the same flavor again.  Or did I?  I can only locate one of these right now and I think it’s the Yuzen one.  The BuddhiBox information card says it’s a Passion Fruit Mango and that’s not what this one is.  I want to find it in my stash ASAP though because I know I will love it.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Lasting Smiles – Passion Fruit Mango Balm

~Poppy & Elle – Set of 3 Headbands ($6): These types of headbands never last me long, but they are inexpensive and they don’t usually give me headaches, so I love getting them.

BuddhiBox May 2015 Subscription Box Review

Poppy & Elle – Set of 3 Headbands

~Yokibics – Four AM Meditation Downloads ($10): I haven’t looked into this yet, but it’s a good fit for this box and probably something I should use.

All totaled I came up with a value of $69.99 for the May 2015 BuddhiBox.  As usual with BuddhiBox, this box was a hit for me.

What do you think of BuddhiBox?  If you are interested in subscribing or want to learn more, click here!

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Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.


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  • HeatherP

    Another great box. That saucha spray is awesome! and i love the frisky fish oil. This is my second one and its potent and refreshing.