The products insideÂ BuddhiBox will inspire you on a daily basis, on and off your yoga mat. In addition to this box, the one I’ll be discussing in this post, BuddhiBox also offers the BuddhiBox Yoga Gift Subscription, the BuddhiBox Quarterly Jewelry BuddhiBox, and the BBEO Zen for Mind, Body, and Soul.
Keep reading for what was included in the May 2017 BuddhiBox Yoga Lifestyle Box, mini descriptions of each product, photos of each product, and the BuddhiBox Yoga Lifestyle Box break down.
Upon opening the BuddhiBox shipping box, the first thing I was greeted by was a postcard stating, “I am going to make everything around me beautiful. This will be my life.” This lovely quote is from Elsie De Wolf.
Next to that postcard, was another with a mandala on it. The back of the first postcard details what is included in the box. The back of the postcard with the mandala on it shares a recipe for Vanilla Sugar Cookies from YummiYogi Cookie Cutters.
A third postcard was hiding under the previous 2 with an illustration of Ananda Balasana (Blissful Baby Pose). The flip side of this card describes this pose, its benefits, and how to access it.
Here are the products I received in the May 2017 BuddhiBox and their values:
BuddhiBox – Follow Your Bliss Cuff – $25.00
Selenite Healing Crystal – $10.00
The Happy Yogi – Watercolor Print – $10.00
My Mat, My Mantra – Mantra Spot – $8.00
Elements of Aliel – No. 8 Rose Mask – $15.00
Elements of Aliel – Green Beau-Tea Blend – $10.00
Bare Ethics – Massage and Body Oil – $5.00.
The first product I pulled out of the box was the 2 oz bag of Elements of Aliel Green Beau-Tea Blend. The ingredients of this blend are Green Tea, Rose Petals, and Rose Hips. The delicious and fragrant tea that this blend creates is beneficial to our skin health and our overall health.
The next product I reached for was the jar of the Elements of Aliel No. 8 Rose Mask. This 2 oz jar contains clay mix that you combine with water to create your mask. The ingredients of this clay mix are simple and straight forward – Bentonite (Clay), Sea Silt (Clay), Rosacanina (Rose Hip) Powder, Betavulgaris rubra (Beet Root) Powder, and Kaolinite (Rose Clay).
I next picked up the BuddhiBox Follow Your Bliss Cuff. I have tiny wrists, but this cuff fit me pretty well. Unfortunately it broke the first time I took it off, which is why I don’t have a photo of it. I e-mailed BuddhiBox requesting a replacement and the Founder of BuddhiBox promptly responded the next day letting me know a replacement piece of jewelry would be sent to me the following business day. I’m disappointed that the bracelet broke, but pleased with the customer service.
The Bare Ethics Tropical Heat Massage and Body Oil was the next product I grabbed. This oil is made of 100% pure essential oils and phthalate-free fragrance.
The Selenite healing crystal included can be held at the heart while you’re meditating to relieve stress and anxiety. This healing crystal can also be placed in your home to aid in the removal of negativity. I’m not sure I believe in the power of healing crystals, but having them around can’t hurt.
The My Mat, My Mantra Yoga Mat Sticker is a cute little magnet meant to inspire you and bring focus to your life. This Mantra Spot can be put anywhere you’d like to display it. The one I received says, “Get your buddhi on the mat.” Love it. I think it’ll be most effective attached to my computer or put somewhere on my vanity.
Lastly, I pulled out the watercolor print from The Happy Yogi. This beautiful print has a green background with blue script that states, “just breath.” Happy Yogi prints are one-of-a-kind prints intended to inspire kind and loving energy. I love the one that I received, it’s perfect for me. 🙂
The BuddhiBox LifestyleÂ Yoga Box Break Down:
Each month a portion of BuddhiBox sales goes to the charity of the month. Boxes include items that enrich the mind, body, and soul. You can expect to find healthy food, supplements, beauty products, jewelry, and yoga accessories in your BuddhiBox.
Cost: The cost depends on how long of a subscription you commit to, plus the cost of shipping which is a flat rate of $5.00.
Monthly Subscriptions â€“ $34.95
3 month Subscription â€“ $33.95
6 month Subscription â€“ $32.95
12 month Subscription â€“ $30.95
Shipping:Â This subscription box ships every month on the 10th. Transit times depend on where in the US you live, but typically take 5-7 days.
Value: The May 2017 box has a value of $83.00.
Cancellation:Â To cancel, simply login to your BuddhiBox account. Cancellations can be done quickly and easily online.
Bottom Line: If you love all things yoga and yoga inspired, then you will definitely enjoy discovering the contents of a BuddhiBox every month. It’s like giving yourself the gift of bliss in a box. I’m feeling so zen now. 😉
What is your favorite subscription box? Please let me know in the comments below, I’m always looking for new ones to try!