January 2015 BuddhiBox Review 4

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

January 2015 BuddhiBox

BuddhiBox, who kindly sent me this box to review, 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.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

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.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

First Look

This was a great first look!  It was packed full which is always a good sign.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

The Information Card

I should probably apologize for this horrible pictures.  I don’t quite know what happened, but some of them are a mess!  The sunlight is clearly not my friend.  Regardless, here is what the January 2015 BuddhiBox included:

~Akima Mat Spray ($10): This mat spray smells like citrus and contains a blend of anti-bacterial, anti-miocrobial and disinfecting essential oils.  It’s awesome to have and will be very useful.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Akima Mat Spray

~Sencha Mint ($4): I love Sencha mints!  Every flavor is great and I love when they come in subscription boxes.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Sencha Mints

~Water thru Skin Bracelet ($12): This bracelet is made from eco-friendly ribbon and is supposed to serve as a reminder and pledge to live a more conscious life.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Water thru Skin Bracelet

~Danmala Artisanal Tea ($3): I am putting together a big package of tea that I have gotten from subscription boxes in the last few months for my cousin and will be putting this in there.  I really wish I liked it, but I just do not.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Danmala Artisanal Tea

~Auromere Incense (Cedar) ($0.30): This isn’t listed on the information card, so I am assuming it’s a small bonus item.  It smells good and we’ll use it.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Auromere Incense (Cedar)

~Aurorae Rosin Bag ($7.95): I have absolutely no idea where my original picture of this went, but it was in the box.  I didn’t even know they made these for yoga.  When I was a kid I used to bowl and we had little bags like this for bowling!  They might not have been rosin though and certainly not this fancy!

Aurorae Rosin Bag (image credit: Aurorae)

Aurorae Rosin Bag (image credit: Aurorae)

~Yoga Sak Wet Bag ($9.95): This wet bag is designed for those sweaty after yoga clothes. Since we only have wet bags with kids prints on them right now, this is perfect.  I am guessing that B will want to steal it from me because he goes to the gym every morning before work and could totally use this.

January 2015 BuddhiBox

Yoga Sak Wet Bag

All totaled I came up with a value of $47.20 for the January 2015 BuddhiBox.  I thought this was a great box and loved how thoughtful and well selected everything was.

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

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own and no compensation was received.

About Jennifer

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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