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Calendar February 19, 2015 02/19/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

February 2015 BuddhiBox JewelryBox Review

Disclosure: This box was received free for review.

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I have reviewed several months of BuddhiBox and I really like their subscription.  BuddhiBox offered me their new jewelry subscription, BuddhiBox Jewelry to review, so I said yes.  I love jewelry and I have found some awesome pieces through subscription boxes.  BuddhiBox JewelryBox is $49.95 every three months.  Boxes ship February, May, August, and November. In each box, you will receive 2-3 pieces jewelry pieces from local artists.

The Details:

Cost: $49.99 every 3 months.  Boxes are delivered in February, May, August, and November.

Shipping: Ships Worldwide

What’s in the box? In each box, you will receive 2-3 pieces jewelry pieces from local artists.

Websitehttps://www.buddhiboxes.com/product/buddhibox-jewelry/

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BuddhiBox JewelryBox shipped in a little brown box and was shipped by USPS first class.

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First Look

PicMonkey Collage

There was a little information card for the box.  I wish they would have included retail values of the pieces, like the regular Buddhibox.

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Rose Quartz Tailsman: This tailsman is made with a rose quartz stone that brings balance to your chakras.  The cord is make of Greek Leather.  You can find the company that makes this on Facebook HERE.  I think the necklace is pretty and I would always use more balance in my life.

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This is a closeup of the piece.

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Mala Love Tulsi Mala Bracelet: Tulsi is also called “sacred basil” and is said to be Devine.  It helps balance vata and kapha doshas and stimulates the Root & Earth Chakras.  I really didn’t understand what that was, so I did a Google search.  From what I understand vata and kapha are part of Prakriti, which is your general makeup/constitution.  Prakriti is made up of vata (space & air), kapha (water& earth), and pitta (fire + water).  These doshas represent your physical and emotional makeup.  This bracelet balances vata and kapha.  This is based on the information I found, so if I am wrong, please leave a comment and tell me.  The bracelet is beautiful and is meant to foster intuition, insight meditation and self-reflection.

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House of Good Juju Aura Cleansing Tea Light $2.50  I received this in my last BuddhiBox and it smells fantastic.  This tealight is made to return your Aura to a happy, harmonious state and regain your balance and positivity.  I love tealights and this one is really nice.  I am happy to have two.

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Chuao Chocolatier ChocoPods I received two of these in my last BuddhiBox as well.  This is tastes amazing and is a mix of chocolate and potato chips.  This tastes fantastic and I am happy to always have more.

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Final Thought: I couldn’t get a full retail price for the box, but I think it probably reaches the $50.00 retail value, based on the prices in the BuddhiBox shop.  I enjoyed the pieces in the box, but I feel the regular BuddhiBox has a better value over all.  My last BuddhiBox was $30.95, contained a necklace (although a bit different) and had over a $50.00 value.  One thing to note, you are not guaranteed to get jewelry in the regular BuddhiBox.  I liked BuddhiBox Jewelry, but I think they need to have a lower price point, to stay in line with their other box.  These items are handmade items with meaning behind each piece.  I really liked the pieces in the box and I will be interested to see how this subscription grows and develops.  If you want to check out  BuddhiBox Jewelry, click HERE.

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This entry was posted in Accessories-Women, BuddhiBox Jewelry Reviews, Jewelry Subscriptions and tagged: on Thursday, February 19th, 2015 by Subscription Box Mom


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