BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Box Review

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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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BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription

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. BudddiBox also offers a smaller box for $11.95/month which includes 2-3 product samples and coupons.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription 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 March 2015 Subscription Review
The BuddhiBox
BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
First Look

I always enjoying seeing what selections BuddhiBox makes for their boxes and find their choices to be well thought out and very useful.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
The Information Card

The March 2015 BuddhiBox included the following items:

~AILA Cosmetics Nail Lacquer ($17): This polish is created with all natural & organic ingredients and is vegan & cruelty free.  I loved seeing this in here and thought the formula was fantastic.  With a little glitter on top this will be awesome.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
AILA Cosmetics Nail Lacquer

~SacredxStones – Mini-Mala Bracelet ($8.02):I love these!  This bracelet has 54 stones and is used for shorted meditations.  You can use it after your yoga practice to reset or to bring mindfulness into your busy day.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
SacredxStones – Mini-Mala Bracelet

~Wellness by Helen Ayurvedic 100x Washed Rosewater Ghee ($15): I’ve never gotten anything like this before.  It was wash times with purified water and them finished off with rosewater to leave a light and graceful scent.  I thought it was extremely moisturizing and almost fluffy.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
Wellness by Helen Ayurvedic 100x Washed Rosewater Ghee

~Quinntessentials Hand Sanitizers ($10): This is an organic alternative to hand sanitizers.  It’s made with lemon and rosemary essentials oils and smells better than any hand sanitizer I have met.  I am putting this in my purse for our next trip to Chuck E Cheese ;).

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
Quinntessentials Hand Sanitizers

~BlendBee – Love Oolong Time Organic Tea ($2.50): I’ll end up giving this tea to my cousin, but I have to say, I do love the name!  The package includes a reusable muslin bag and include enough tea for 5 cups.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
BlendBee – Love Oolong Time Organic Tea

~Mama Kuka – YogaSphere Medium Strap ($8): I tested this out right after I received the box yesterday and I could SO feel it.  This helps you discover extra depth in a yoga position or give you a little extra reach where you need it.

BuddhiBox March 2015 Subscription Review
Mama Kuka – YogaSphere Medium Strap

All totaled I came up with a value of $60.62 for the March 2015 BuddhiBox.  That is nearly double the cost of the box which makes it a fantastic value.  As usual I found the items to be perfectly fitting for the box and very high quality.

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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 CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. PA Anna

    I’ve eaten ghee, but never wore it on my face. I read about the process used to create it which was interesting. I may order a small travel size just to try it out.

    1. Araceli

      I’m actualyl really excited to try the Ghee. I have been using Organic Coconut oil or my sister’s homemade body butter made of organic shea butter & organic almond oil because they seem to work better on eczema then regular lotion. I don’t think I would ever buy this product given the price/ value is a the same cost of buying a lb of organic raw shea butter, but its a little treat for me. It smells exactly like Roses and butter.. .ha! ha! I don’t know why that surprised me when I tried it.

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