There are 4 different box options to choose from: Paleo (features paleo-friendly snacks, baking mixes, supplements, etc.), Endurance (energy boosters, supplements, gels, etc.), Gym-Goer (protein bars, fitness accessories, etc.), and Vegan (snacks, skincare, superfoods, etc. that are vegan-friendly). Every box comes with a mix of both sample-sized and full-sized products.
Foxy Box subscriptions are $29.99/month, or less with multi-month commitments.
Let’s see what’s in the July Vegan Foxy Box!
Everything was packed inside of a large, bright pink box.
A peek inside. So much stuff! (Sadly, there was no info card provided, but I made do without one. Not a huge deal, but it would have been helpful.)
Grateful Grahams – Vegan treats? Heck yes. I’ve heard of Grateful Grahams, but have never tried ’em. I assumed they would be crunchy like a graham cracker, but they were actually chewy. (Hopefully they weren’t stale?) The package included 2 chocolate grahams and 2 original.
Mary’s Gone Crackers Original Crackers – These are the kind of crackers that you KNOW are “healthy” as soon as you take a bite. They taste like straight-up seeds to me, and while very filling, they’re not something I’d ever purchase on my own. I do appreciate that they’re vegan, gluten-free, and made with non-GMO ingredients though.
Go Raw Sprouted Sunflower Seeds – These also taste like straight-up seeds cos… they are. Organic sprouted sunflower seeds with a touch of celtic sea salt.
CoCo Libre Pure Organic Coconut Water – 100% organic coconut water from concentrate. This contains no added sugar and has just 60 calories per serving.
Goddess Garden Organics Sunscreen – I’ve tried this brand of sunscreen before and I’m a fan. It’s all natural and made with organic ingredients. It’s also reef-safe and biodegradable.
Popband – Hair ties are everywhere this year! Too bad my hair is way too short to rock ’em.
Pure Clean Powder Pure Beet Juice – I had no idea powdered beet juice was a thing. Just mix a packet with water or juice and drink away.
Matcha DNA – 100% certified organic powdered green tea in convenient single-serve packets. My husband loves matcha tea, so he was happy to see these.
Palmetto Derma Collagen Booster & Restoration Serum – I think I’ve gotten the full-size version of this serum in a past Kloverbox. It was the first serum I’ve ever used and I’m not sure if it made a difference, but I’ll definitely try it again.
LipGlosserie Luscious Key Lime Lip Balm – This is one of the tiniest lip balms I’ve ever seen, which is fine since I have about 8978 full-sized ones laying around waiting to be used. That said, I’ve never tried a key lime flavored one before, so I’m kinda looking forward to trying it out.
Nature’s Bakery Fig Bar – We buy a box of these every week for the girls. They’re pretty much healthier versions of Fig Newtons. Love ’em.
Nola Grain-Free Granola Bar – Technically, this isn’t truly vegan as it contains honey. However, some vegans (“beegans”) do consume it. I personally do, so I don’t mind the inclusion of this bar.
Barney Butter Almond Butter – I always like getting these single-serve packets of almond butter… They’re great for adding to smoothies.
DaVinci Gourmet Madagascar Vanilla Syrup – I didn’t read the entire label until just now, and I’m glad I did. I had assumed this was vanilla extract, but it’s actually vanilla syrup used for flavoring coffee, Italian sodas, iced tea, etc. I kinda like it more now. 😉
Healthycell Supplements – Wow… I just looked this package up on Amazon and it sells for almost $40! It has 5 stars with over 600 reviews too. Impressive! The box contains a month’s worth of supplements — 120 tablets in all (includes a morning formula & evening formula). The 100% vegan tablets have a blend of more than 90 vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients. I currently take a daily multi, but I’m down with switching things up for a month to see how these work.
Dang Toasted Coconut Chips – Another subscription box favorite! I can’t count how many different boxes these have been in. Thankfully, I’m a fan.
Steepware Steep & Go – A handy little gadget that allows you to enjoy cold-brewed tea on the go. Just add tea to any bottle of water, insert the Steep & Go, shake to mix leaves, wait 10 minutes, and drink!
The Tea Spot Keep Fit Green Tea – A single-serve packet of green tea to use with your Steep & Go!
Pyure Organic Stevia Sweetener – An all natural, calorie-free sweetener perfect for adding to your cold brewed tea.
Serengeti Tea Company Ticolino Jasmine Green Tea – Yep, more tea! Jasmine is actually my favorite tea flavor, so yay for that.
Acure Samples – Included were samples of Cell Stimulating Body Wash, Cleansing Gel Facial Cleanser, Radical Resurfacing, and Oil Control Facial Moisturizer. There was also a $1 off coupon that I forgot to include in the photo.
Kelapo Extra Virgin Coconut Oil – Coconut oil can be used for a bazillion things, but we mostly use it for popcorn. 🙂
Daddy’s Gourmet Herbs and Spices Lime Basil – I never know what to do with random spices that I get in subscription boxes. Despite being vegan, I’m not very savvy in the kitchen. I pass most of my “weird” cooking/baking ingredients along to my mother-in-law who loves to experiment with different flavors.
Ice Chips Xylitol Candy – I feel like I’ve seen these on Shark Tank… These berry flavored “ice chips” are sugar-free and safe for diabetics. I keep meaning to open them up to try ’em, but haven’t yet. I’ll update when I do.
Wow, that was a LOT of stuff! Since Foxy Boxes is a new subscription, I had no idea what to expect but I was pretty impressed. There was a nice variety of snacks, supplements, accessories, beauty, and lifestyle products. The value was totally there as well, since the box of Healthycell supplements alone sells for almost $40 on Amazon. Nice!Browse more Health and Fitness Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
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