BuddhiBox Review – February 2019


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BuddhiBox Review - February 2019
BuddhiBox is a curated box of items to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. BuddhiBox is $34.95/month (+ $5 S/H), 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 Jewelry subscription and an essential oil subscription plan.

BuddhiBox
Cost: Full-Size: $39.95/month.  BBEO: $16.95/month. Jewelry: $49.95/Quarterly
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 - January 2019
BuddhiBox ships via USPS.  Boxes always ship on time and I do not believe I have ever had an issue with a missing or broken product.
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019
Inside the box is a cloth drawstring bag with all of the month’s items inside.
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019
The February 2019 BuddhiBox included the following items:

~PlantLifeUplift Essential Oil ($10): Now that I have figured out the best way for me to use essential oils (in a diffuser), I love receiving them in subscription boxes.  Not only does this smell amazing (it is a citrus blend), but the pure, therapeutic blend of essential oils is also known for their mood-elevating properties.
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~Crystal Clean Skincare Green Smoothie Mask ($16): The ingredients in this mask are formulated to relieve redness and inflammation due to acne, and rosacea and help other skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.  My favorite part about  powder masks is the ability to customize them to your specific skincare needs.  You can mix with water, yogurt, honey, coconut oil, you name it!
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~Toe Talk Namaste Grip Toe Socks ($12): Sticky socks!  I do not practice yoga, but I do barre and can always use sticky socks. These are thin, comfortable and stay in place.  They have a lot of grips to help with your practice as well.
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~Massagi Pulling Oil Packets (2) ($6): I could never quite get into oil pulling, but I know people who swear by it. Oil pulling removes bacteria from the mouth and promotes strong oral health.  If you are into oil pulling, these packets would be ideal for traveling!
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~Entyze Rose Hydrating Face Mist ($10): Ahh, this feels so good to spray on!  It contains moisture enhancing rose to soften, tone and hydrate your skin. It also contains white willow bark which is naturally high in salicylic acid that aids in unclogging pores and is excellent for reducing blemishes (that is key for me). I have not tried it yet, but I suspect it would be fantastic chilled in the fridge and used on a warm summer day.  Can it be summer now??
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~Kiss My Honey Coconut Lip Balm ($5):  Smells good and tastes great!  Two thumbs up from me!
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

~BuddhiBox Healing Stone Trio ($16): This trio contains rose quartz, green moss and aventurine agate stones. According to the information card, each stone stimulates the heart chakra and encourages self-love while also promoting passion and kindness.  I can get behind that!
BuddhiBox Review - February 2019

All totaled the February 2019 BuddhiBox had a value of $70. That is over double the cost of the box, but not only was it a great value, it was well curated with useful goodies.

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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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