Goddess Provisions Subscription Box Review – November 2017

December 5, 2017By 0 Comments

Goddess Provisions November 2017

Have I told y’all lately how smitten I am with Goddess Provisions? If you’re new to GP, it’s a vegan subscription box founded by the peeps from Vegan Cuts, and it’s probably one of my favorite subby boxes EVAH. I especially love that it’s curated “to have beautiful tools for nourishing your divine feminine and growing your spiritual practice.” Mhm, yasss, please!

Goddess Provisions delivers a mix of 4-7 full size items in each box, ranging from aromatherapy, apothecary beauty products, superfood snacks, teas, crystals, books and more – vegan & cruelty-free, of course. You can check out all of my previous Goddess Provisions box reviews here.

Cost: $33 per month. You can save a little extra each month if you sign up to be billed every 3, 6 or 12 months instead of monthly. Peep their site to see all the payment options available. Shipping to U.S. is FREE. Canadian shipping is $10 and rest of world is $20.

November’s GP Box theme was “Aura Cleanse,” and it was packed with tools to help you “radiate light from within.”

November’s Goddess Provisions box included:

Purification & Protection Aura Mist from Kate’s Magik, $15 – This is intended to clear negativity, relieve stress, and restore balance with its calming and harmonizing blend of sandalwood and lavender essential oils. I not only use this as an aura protector but also as a toner and misty refresher. 🙂

Kate's Magic Purification and Protection Aura Mist

Jade Facial Roller, $25 – I’ve always been intrigued by these but have never tried one out until now. It’s supposed to help increase circulation, promote lymphatic drainage, and release toxins, but honestly, y’all, I’m all about the dope sensation… it’s rad facial massage-y tool, and me likey!

Jade facial roller

Seaweed Bath Co. Detox Facial Bar, $8 – I haven’t used this bar of soap yet, but I’m familiar with this company, and I dig. Also, all hail mighty activated charcoal… it’s in errthang these days, and I’m grateful for that. #gothdetoxlyfe.

Seaweed Bath Co. Detox Facial Bar

PAX Apothecary Munde Vibrational Fragrance, $16 – This smells very sophisticated… woodsy, earthy, with some citrusy undertones. It’s got a grounding vibe, and it’s definitely a unisex scent (imho).

Pax Apothecary Munde Vibrational Fragrance

Essential Rose Life Detox Tea, $8 – Boy do I love getting tea in these boxes. I’m all about tea time all the time; gimme ALL the tea! This detox blend is made with organic ginger, dandelion root, tulsi, and lemongrass. Love the cute packaging. I’m so gonna drink the ish out of this tea!

Essential Rose Life Detox Tea

Fractalista Selenite Heart, $15 – This laser-etched stone is super duper pretty and is intended to help stabilize and balance the emotional body. This seems like an excellent moon time rock, if ya know what I mean. 😉selenite heart

Overall impression: This month’s Goddess Provisions theme was all kinds of self-care and cleanse-y goodness. The total value of this box is $90 (whoa!!), and faves include the jade facial roller, purification and protection aura mist, and selenite heart stone. Gah, I love everything, though. SO much good stuff this month!

What do you guys think of Goddess Provisions? If you love what you see, you can sign up here to start receiving this monthly box, too. 

Box was provided for consideration. Opinions are my own. Post contains affiliate links.

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