BuddhiBox Yoga Subscription Box Review – March 2017

April 12, 2017By 0 Comments

It’s BuddhiBox unboxing day! I’m a wee bit late on this one, but better late than never, right? If you’re new to BuddhiBox, it’s catered to peeps who enjoy yoga, healthy living, and mindfulness. This subscription box is set up so that each month you’ll receive 4-6 thoughtfully curated products (samples and full sized items) from ethically-sourced and socially conscious companies. BuddhiBox also chooses a charity to donate proceeds to each month.

There are different subscription options that vary in price and get cheaper with duration, but the low commitment month-to-month option is $32.95/month. Btw, you can peep my past BuddhiBox reviews here.

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March’s goodie box, which I’ll delve into in just a bit, also came with a BuddhiBox info card with an inspirational Zen Shin quote on the back, a recipe for Kitchari (not vegan by default but easily veganizeable), and an instructional yoga card for the pose Ashta Chandrasana a.k.a. Crescent Moon Pose – this is such a fabulous (and relatively easy) stretch loaded with health benefits.

March’s BuddhiBox included:

Trikola wooden holder and incense set,* $12 – This is such an adorable set, and I love that both items were actually handmade in India by fair trade cottage industry partners – y’all know that ish is legit. I haven’t burned any of these incense sticks yet, but I def got my whiff on. They smell incredible!

Love ROWAN vegan leather antler pendant,* $25 – I received one of these in a previous BuddhiBox, so I’ll probably gift this one to a friend (and what a cool gift this will make, right?). The pendant supports Antler for Orphans, a campaign created by Love ROWAN (Rural Orphans & Widows AIDS Network). It helps the Kenyan widows who have made these necklaces provide for their families. This pendant has a earthy/rustic vibe, and the lil’ handmade pouch that it comes in is such a lovely presentation.

Please Notes Water Bottle Labels, $15 – Raise your hand if you want more abundance in yo’ life! Yasss, little reminders and intention setters like this are necessary. The labels can be used on water bottles, yoga mats, anywhere in your sacred space, whatever. It’s such a cool idea and I appreciate that they’re eco-friendly to boot (made with recycled paper). This is a 3-pack btw.

JasmineSeven Fresh Feet Wipes, $7 – I’ve been going to hot yoga these past few weeks, and lemme tell ya, it is essential to wipe down your feet before gettin’ your sweaty pose on. Footsie schmutz will literally make your mat a hot mess (literally). Feet wipes are friggin’ genius. These are vegan, cruelty-free, consciously made, and they’ve got a cooling peppermint vibe which I lurrrrve.

Pranayums 7-day spice pack, $10 – Omg, what a cute name! These lil’ spice packs include a blend of organic turmeric, organic black pepper, cardamom, organic ginger, organic cinnamon, and organic licorice root. You can add these spice packs to smoothies, oatmeal and coffee. Lately I’ve been adding turmeric to my matcha lattes each morning, so maybe I’ll try these in my beloved green tea. I’m excited to see how the flavors mingle with each other.

New Chapter Perfect Hair, Skin, and Nails Supplements,* $12 – These non-GMO supplements are basically all-natural beauty pills. They’re formulated with organic algea, biotin, astaxanthin, superfood botanicals, and fermented herbs (all fancy stuff to help give you a youthful appearance). I’m all about anti-aging everything, so imma def try these out. I’m super stoked they come in veggie caps, too, yaaaaayyy!

Zico Coconut Water (bonus item) – My fridge is stocked with Zico, so needless to say, I’m a fan. Thanks, BB, for the bonus item! xx

* = BuddhiBox faves

Overall impression: As always, this box has insane value – $82 worth of goodies, WOW! This box was a yuuuge winner, and I’m especially excited about the beauty supplements, incense set, and necklace.

I highly recommend giving BuddhiBox a try – quality mindful products, amazing value. It would make a great gift for a friend, loved one, or yourself! They also have a fantastic online shop if there’s a specific item you’ve got your eye on.

What do you guys think of BuddhiBox? 

Box was sent to me for consideration. Opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links.

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