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Calendar February 21, 2015 02/21/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 0 Comments 0

Resilience Box Review – February 2015

Disclosure: This box was received free for review purposes.


Resilience Box is a subscription box that bring awareness to illnesses affecting women worldwide.  This box is a celebration of women and is filled with natural, non-GMO, raw and delicious products.  Resilience Box tries to find products from small businesses, especially those owned by women.  Each box is filled with at least 6 items that range from yummy snack, essential oils and other great items.

The Details:

Cost: $39.99/month, there are discounts for longer subscriptions

What's in the box? Each box filled with high quality Snacks, Teas, Herbs, Essential oils and monthly surprises.

Website: http://resilience-box.myshopify.com/


Resilience Box ships in a plain brown box, but they shipped by Priority Mail, which I loved.  Priority Mail gets to my house so much faster, and it quite expensive.


First Look:  There was a note on top thanking me for the review.


Resilience Box sent two books titled Women & Heart Health.  Heart Disease is the number 1 cause of death in women, so I thought this was a good topic to focus on.  I appreciated receiving two books, so I can share one with a friend.  I think my mom would love to read one.  There are tips in the book about cholesterol, diabetes, stress, weight and more.


Santa Barbara Bar: $1.99 each  There were two granola bars in the box: Cranberry White Chocolate, and Coconut Almond.  My family doesn't like coconut, so I am going to pass this on my father.  Santa Barbara does say you should try the coconut bar, as it is a nice blend of almonds, coconut, and pumpkin seeds.  The Cranberry White Chocolate is a mix of cranberries, pumpkin and sunflower seeds.  Both bars are gluten-free and non-gmo.


Two Moms in the Raw $2.50 This granola bar is Organic, Non-GMO, Gluten Free, Kosher and Vegan.  The only thing this bar is filled with, is pure raw nutrients.


 Skout Organic Trailbar $1.89  This bar is made of chocolate and peanut butter, but there are no refined sugars.  This is gluten free, vegan, dairy free, soy free, and organic.  If this tastes like a peanut butter cup, that will be awesome.


Snack Pouch: There was a cute little snack pouch in the box.  This is great to store healthy snacks in, to keep at your desk.  This is also great to keep in your car, for quick snacks.


Once filled, it rolls up and ties.  This is super cute!


I was really loving the packaging in the box.  Inside the big box, there was this little box.


First Look


Shirt: Inside the box was a nice v neck shirt.  It is made of nice thick cotton and has the word “Resilience” on it.  I love the girl in a running position.  This shirt is perfect for me and red to represent Heart awareness.


There were two bars of handmade soap in the box.  Isn't the packaging so cute?  I love all the little touches to this box, to make everything pretty.


Handmade Soaps: There were two different scents in the box. The two toned soap is “Hint of Cherry”.  It is a nice mild cherry scent and the soap is made with olive oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, hemp oil, pomegranate, cherry and shea butter.  I really love shea butter!  The other soap is “Velvet Desire”.  This soap is made with olive oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, hemp oil and shea butter.  Both bars have a fruity mild scent, but I love “Velvet Desire” the most.


Chai Spiced Black Tea: There was a nice container of black tea included in the box.  Tea has great health benefits.  I personally don't drink tea, but my husband loves black tea.


Reusable Bag: This bag is huge and it has a nice thick base.  I love reusable bags and they are awesome to take to the store.  This bag is a nice size and it has a great message written on it.


Final Thought: This was a great box.  I couldn't get a full retail value, as many of the items are exclusive to the box.  I love the message behind this box.  Not only does Resilience Box bring awareness to illnesses affecting women, but they included a variety of of items to make women feel special.  If you want to try Resilience Box, click HERE.

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