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Calendar March 14, 2015 03/14/15 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 2 Comments 2

March 2015 BuddhiBox Review + Coupon – Yoga Subscription Box

Disclosure: This box was received free for review
March 2015 BuddhiBox Review + Coupon

BuddhiBox is a yoga subscription box that sends 4-6 deluxe and full size yoga and healthy lifestyle products.  Boxes are $30.95/ month and are made for people who love yoga and/or people who want to live a healthy lifestyle.  Most of the items you will find in the box are organic and vegetarian.  BuddhiBox also gives back to a charity each month.  Even though I don't practice yoga, I always look forward to my BuddhiBox, each box always has items I can use.

The Details:

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

Coupon: Use the code buddhifriend to save $3.00 off your month to month subscription plan.

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


 BuddhiBox ships in a plan brown box and ships by 2 day Priority mail


The inside box is filled with all the items


First Look


The information card always has a quote on the front.  This month, the quote is  “You are the sky.  Everything else is just the weather”- Pema Chodron.


The information card lists everything in the box, along with retail values and whether the item is vegan, organic and cruelty free.


Every month contains a new yoga pose.  This month's post is Tree Pose.  Even though I don't practice yoga, I can do this move.  The back of the card has full instructions on how to do each pose.


There was a recipe for kitchari, a traditional Ayurvedic dish.  This dish is contributed by www.vgetarianista.com


MamaKuka – YogaShere Medium Strap $8.00  This strap is used to hold in different yoga poses.  Using this strap enhances safety, alignment, and stability.  I am really excited to try it out and see if I can do some poses.  This is vegan and cruelty free.


SacredxStones Mini-Mala Bracelet $10.00  Malas are uses to keep count while you are reciting matras or affirmations.  Regular malas have 108 beads, but this mini mala is still useful and travel size.  This mini-mala only has 54 beads.  One bead was broken in the bag, so mine might only have 53.  This is vegan and cruelty free.


AILA Cosmetics – Namaste Nail Lacquer $17.00  This nail polish is vegan, cruelty free and organic.  This has a nice neutral shade and it promotes nail growth.  I will probably add a fun glitter topcoat, just to add some extra fun.


Quinntessentials Hand Sanitizer in lemon:  This hand sanitizer is made with organic lemon, rosemary essential oils (instead of water), and isopropyl alcohol.  This is vegan, organic and cruelty free.  This bottle is really big, so it will last a long time.  I really enjoy the fresh lemon scent.


Wellness by Helen Ayurvedic 100x Washed Rosewater Ghee $15.00  This is a lotion that is washed 100 times with purified water and scented with rosewater.  It is organic and cruelty free.  Wellness by Helen believes you shouldn't put anything on your body, that you wouldn't put in it.


BlendBee – Love Oolong Time Organic Tea $2.50  This tea is made with oolong, peppermint, hibiscus, lavender and licorice root.  This contains antioxidants and is designed to awake your body up. My husband drinks tea, so I will give this to him.  This is vegan, cruelty free and organic.  There is enough tea for 5 cups and there is a resuable muslin tea bag included.


There was a pink temporary tattoo (I am not sure what the symbols mean) from Ohm K and a 20% discount code from Quinntessentials 


Final Thought: This box contains a retail value of $60.62.  I am always impressed with BuddhiBox, they include a great value with very well made usefull products.  I really like the ghee, it smell great, the hand sanitizer (mom of two boys), and the yoga strap.  I am really excited to try some new yoga poses with the stap.  BuddhiBox is a great box, even if you don't do yoga.  It's a great box for anyone wanting to live healthy and use organic/vegan products. If you want to try BuddhiBox, click HERE and use the code buddhifriend to save $3.00 off your month to month subscription plan.

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2 Comment(s)

  1. Becky @ Disney in your Day, March 14, 2015:

    This box always looks awesome. I want to get back into yoga – if I get myself to go on a regular basis this box might be my reward/incentive!

  2. Subscription Box Mom, March 14, 2015:

    It’s a really nice box.

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