Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

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Yogi Surprise
Cost: $44.95/month
Ships To: United States (including APO and FPO Boxes)
Coupon Code: Use code “LOVEYOURSELF” or “GRATITUDE” to save 20% off per month for the LIFE of your subscription.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise is a monthly care package designed to complement your healthy lifestyle. Within each Yogi Surprise, you’ll receive 6-8 full-size products ranging from unique yoga accessories and natural beauty items to herbal tonics, organic snacks, and super food essentials.  One subscriber per month will also win that month’s Yogi Surprise retreat.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise ships via USPS Priority Mail in the first half of the month and, once shipped, generally takes just two days to arrive to me.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

The November 2016 Yogi Surprise included the following items:

~Manduka Mat Wash ($5.50): This mat spray is a cleaning solution made with certified organic essential oils. It’s biodegradable, phosphate and alcohol-free and smells amazing. I’d describe it as a “wake up” scent -totally opposite from a lot of other mat sprays.  I like it!

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

 

~Buddha Tea Zen Cleanse Blend ($8.99): This tea combines the flavors of hibiscus and cranberry with the earthy goodness of dandelion root and more.  Yoga boxes and tea seem to go hand in hand, so while I personally don’t love tea, I do expect it in these boxes.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

 

~Omphones Positive Energy Mala Headphones ($59.99): These are the most decorative earbuds I have ever received.  It’s like a necklace and headphones in one!  I like them.  I wasn’t sure at first, but they are growing on me.  They aren’t going to be practical for working out, but for working at the computer or just relaxing, they will be great.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

 

~Toe Talk Mind Body Socks ($12): I love these! They say “Be Here Now” which is something else I am working on (sometimes I am better at it than others) and have grippy little things on the bottom. Grippy socks are key.  I can’t even tell you how many times I have slipped on my floor in socks.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

~Chakra Balancing Aromatherapy Roll-On ($10.46): This is made using 100% pure essential oils.  According to the information card, “balanced root chakra grounds you with strong earth forces.”  This roll-on features vetiver and nutmeg and intends to help you renew balance. I am not sure if I felt more balanced after I used it, but I loved the scent.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

 

~Balance – The Superfood Shot ($3): This *might* be an acquired taste. It’s a blend of organic pineapple, lemon, carrot, beet, cranberry, blueberry, cherry, spinach, kale, acai berry, camu camu, goji berry, elderberry and dragon fruit (with a little turmeric thrown in).  I love the benefits it provides (it’s 1/2 your daily serving of fruits and vegetables), but I need to adjust to the taste.

Yogi Surprise November 2016 Review + Coupon Code

All totaled I came up with a value of $99.94 for the November 2016 Yogi Surprise.  The majority (over half) of the value comes from the

Did you get the November box?  What did you think?  If you are interested in signing up or just want to learn more, click here and use the coupon code “LOVEYOURSELF” or “GRATITUDE” to save 20% off per month for the LIFE of your subscription.  Also, it looks like they are offering FREE Chakra Healing Stones in your first box right now.  I can’t find an expiration date on the offer, but I would imagine it’s only valid as long as you see it on the sign-up page.  Once it’s no longer on the page anymore, I’d assume the deal is done.

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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 CAUSEBOX, Boxycharm and Beachly!

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