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Calendar January 16, 2015 01/16/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

BuddhiBox January 2015 Review – Yoga Subscription Box

Disclosure: This box was received free for review

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I reviewed BuddhiBox last month, and it was a fantastic box.  I was more than happy to get the January box for review.  BuddhiBox is a subscription box people who love yoga and want to live a healthy lifestyle.  BuddhiBox is $30.95/ month and you will get 4-6 deluxe and full size products.  Most of the items you will find in the box are organic and vegetarian.  BuddhiBox also gives back to a charity each month.

The Details:

Cost: $30.95/month, $27.95/month for 6 months, $25.95/month for 12 months.

Coupon: Use the code janbuddhi to save 15% off your entire order. exp 2/10/15

What’s in the box? BuddiBox ships you a curated box of 4-6 products that enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. BuddhiBox practices Saucha or pure living.
We only partner with businesses that follow ethical and conscious standards of production. Most of the items we feature are organic and vegetarian.

When does the box ship?  10th of the month.

Website: https://www.buddhiboxes.com

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BuddhiBox ships in a brown box by USPS.

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I really like BuddhiBox’s simple logo on their boxes.

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First Look: The first card I saw was a quote “And suddenly you know: It’s time to start something new & trust the magic of beginnings” -Meister Eckhart

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There were several cards in the box.  There was a recipe for Tofu and Spinach Soup, a yoga move, a coupon, and an information card.

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Auromere Incense Mattipal “Peace” 30 cents.  This has a great smell and was a nice bonus in the box.

PicMonkey Collage

Every month, BuddhiBox sends a new yoga pose.  This month was the Warrior 1 pose.  I don’t do yoga, but I can do this.

PicMonkey CollageDanmala Artisanal Tea $3.00 This is a single serving of red and black teas.  These are also infused with love and happiness to soothe your soul.  I don’t drink tea, so this will go to my husband.
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Yoga Sak Wet Bag $9.95 I was really happy to get a giant wet bag.  These are great for sweaty gym clothes or even swimsuits.

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Akima Yoga Mat Spray $12.00 This spray is a blend of anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and disinfecting essential oils.  This smells great and has notes of citrus and lavender.  You can use this on your yoga mat, or other surfaces in your house.

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Aurorae Rosin Bag $7.95 This rosin bag helps keep your hands from slipping on your yoga mat. You can also use this for other workouts.

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Sencha Mints $4.00  I have never had Sencha mints, but I am impressed.  These are flavored with green tea and they have a nice sweet flavor.  These are pink dragonfruit.

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Water thru Skin Bracelet $12.00 This ribbon has the work conscious written on it in 6 languages.  It can be worn as a reminder to live a more conscious life.

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This is a look at the ribbon.

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Final Thought: This box had a total value of $49.20.  This was another fantastic box.  If you love yoga, you should check this box out.  If you don’t do yoga, this box was still fantastic.  I love the wet bag and I will bring it on vacation this year.  I also love the anti-bacterial spray.  BuddhiBox combines yoga, fitness, and health in one box.  If you want to try BuddhiBox, click HERE.  

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