BuddhiBox Review + Coupon Code – July 2015

Hello everyone! I apologize for my unexplained absence. I’ve taken a bit of a hiatus as I work on other projects, along with trying to manage a social life and a new full-time job. I’m a little backlogged with box posts, but here is one of my favorite boxes; my July BuddhiBox!

Box: BuddhiBox delivers “mindful living products that enhance your yoga practice on and off the mat.”

Price: $30.95/month. (Free s/h) (Use coupon code BUDDHIFRIEND for $3 off!)

Contents: 4-6 items that enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle.

Product card, and monthly recipe/pose card.

Bear’s Beauty Sun Lover’s Cream (Value $10):

A zinc based sunscreen made with organic ingredients. Pefect, because the sun and heat in Hawaii right now is absolutely sweltering.

Gypsy Soul Organics Aromatherapy Spray (Value $9.99):

Made with a blend of essential oils including eucalyptus, peppermint, and clove, this is an invigorating spray that smells really good!

October Fields Yogi Balm for Lips (Value $7):

I’ve said this time and time again, but you can never, EVER, have enough lip balm!

Auromere Ayuvedic Massage Oil (Value? – Sample Size):

Perhaps I can convince my husband to give me a rub down lol.

October Fields ‘Nag Champa’ Soy Candle (Value $7):

This smells very…incense-y. It’s not bad, but a bit strong. Notes include sandalwood; makes me feel like a hippy lol!

Erin’s Faces Firming Eye Gel  (Value $25) (Not Pictured):

Didn’t get to snap a picture of this little guy, but this was a high value item for this month! My dad actually has puffy eyes so I kind of want to pass this along to him…

Skinny Matcha Om Blend (Value? Sample Size):

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So this item wasn’t included in the box due to shipping problems, but a card included was told that it would be shipped separately. (This was for everybody, not just me.) This product was totally worth the wait though! The green tea taste wasn’t overpowering, and I did feel like it gave me a bit of an energy boost. Even at a whopping $49.95, I’m tempted to buy the full-size.

Final Thoughts: To be completely honest, this was probably my least favorite BuddhiBox. It definitely wasn’t a bad box; the value was over $60+, but this month seemed more vegan beauty/lifestyle themed and less yogi-ish. My favorite discovery was the Burn Baby Burn tea though, I am completely in love!

Sign up for BuddhiBox here!

Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All views in this post are the opinions of the author. Subscription Love will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but may accept a box at no cost in exchange for an honest review. This post may contain affiliate/referral links.

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    Anna Ikona

    January 17, 2016

    Could you write a review for any subscription box? My friend just opened her business and would like you to review it on your blog. Thanks 🙂

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