BuddhiBox is a subscription box that focuses on yoga and healthy living.
Each month you’ll receive 4-6 full sized products to assist in your yoga practice, as well as everyday life. All products are from ethical, socially conscious companies and a portion of all boxes sold is donated to a different non-profit organization every month.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are $30.95/month or less with multi-month commitments. They also offer a smaller box, the BBEO or BuddhiBox Essential Oils, that features 2-3 products including an essential oil. — New subscribers can save 20% on your first month with coupon code “yogaaddict“!
Let’s see what’s in my February 2020 BuddhiBox!
Everything was shipped in a small brown box.
A peek inside!
BuddhiBox usually packs all of the items into a canvas bag featuring a new yogi-inspired phrase/mantra each month, but this time everything was stashed in custom drawstring backpack.
An info card included descriptions of each product as well as their retail prices.
At first glance I thought this was a pouch of bath salts, but it’s actually a Himalayan Salt based body scrub. The exfoliating, antioxidant-rich blend consists of 100% natural ingredients including organic coconut oil, pink Himalayan salt, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, and pure essential oils. It was handcrafted in Charleston, SC and is cruelty-free & vegan-friendly.
This Heart Chakra Spray is an essential oil blend designed to get your positive energy flowing and give you the openness you need for the day ahead. It includes essential oils of bergamot, geranium, and rose blended with distilled spring water & witch hazel. To use, simply spritz on your body, linens, or into the air as a room spray. I’m (ironically) not a fan of rose-scented things, so I’ll be passing this along to someone who will enjoy it.
Spread the love wherever you go with the help of this “Choose Love” heart chakra themed sticker. It measures 4 inches in diameter and is “outdoor strong”. I should probably note that the retail value was listed as $7.50 on the info card, while the website clearly states $4.20. I’m not sure why it was listed incorrectly, but $7.50 did seem a little steep for a sticker.
Handmade from real birch wood, this 3-inch crystal grid features an image of the heart chakra. By placing crystals on the grid, you can elevate the energy of heart chakra focused meditations/yoga sessions. When the heart chakra symbol is open, we are able to forgive, our lungs are clear and our immune systems are healthy. (This is another instance where the listed value was higher than the price listed on the company’s website. — $14 vs. $9.)
Crystal Collection ($15)
The final item was a collection of crystals which varied from subscriber to subscriber. Since different crystals were sent, it was up to the receiver (me) to figure out which ones were included. The info card suggested using crystaldictionary.com, which I honestly didn’t find to be very comprehensive… So with a bit of Googling, my best guesses are that the light blue/gray stone is blue quartz, the green stones are aventurine, the sparkly brown/orange is goldstone, and the white shards are selenite.
February’s BuddhiBox wasn’t my favorite, but ya can’t love ’em all. I did like the Me Time Botanicals Salt Scrub and the crystals were pretty. 😉 The total listed value of everything in February’s box was just under $65. — Thinking about signing up for BuddhiBox yourself? — You can save 20% on your first month with coupon code “yogaaddict“!