BuddhiBox Review – November 2016 Subscription Box

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BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 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 include 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. I received the full-size BuddhiBox to review.

BuddhiBox
Cost: Full-Size: $30.95/month.  Sample Size: $11.95/month.
Ships To: United States and Canada.
Coupon Code: N/A

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription 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 Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

The November 2016 BuddhiBox didn’t include an information card, but the box featured the following items:

~co pur Lavender Lime Body Balm ($15): This came (in a different scent) in a subscription box a while back, and I was a big fan.  It’s very moisturizing and because it’s a balm is super easy to apply.  I love it for elbows, knees, and heels.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

 

~Auromere Ayurvedic Soap (Himalayan Rose) ($2.95):  This is a “fragrant blend of roses and 16 complementary Ayurvedic herbal extracts and oils selected for their gentle, cleansing and conditioning effect”.  It’s designed for dry, sensitive skin and is made from all-natural ingredients.  It smells great (it’s not too strong) as well.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

~Vega Coffee (2oz) (~$3): Vega works directly with small-scale farmers and gives them the tools and training to roast and package their coffee.  This allows the farmers to earn up to four times more per pound and allows Vega coffee to be grown, roasted, packaged and shipped from its point of origin.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

 

~Deborah Thomsen Walker Fine Art Blank Note Card Assortment ($9.97): These aren’t just greeting cards, they are works of art!  I love the watercolor designs and think these could be framed.  They are just so pretty. Even better in person.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

 

~Urban Siren Headband (~$10): The Urban Siren headband website isn’t up right now, so I had to estimate the price.  This headband is super soft (it’s so soft it’s almost silky) and reminds me of a mermaid for some reason.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

 

~Bedrock & Bloom Smart Ash (1g) ($3): This stuff still scares me a bit, but my husband has used it and likes it.  It’s an all-natural tooth whitening powder made with five food safe ingredients that are designed not just to whiten, but also to strengthen, remineralize, and reverse sensitivity.

BuddhiBox Review - November 2016 Subscription Box

All totaled I came up with a value of $43.92 for the November 2016 BuddhiBox.  The value wasn’t overly impressive, but the box did have a good mix of goodies.

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

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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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