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Prospurly Subscription Box Review – March 2015

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Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Box

Prospurly is a brand new subscription box that focuses on natural and artisan products to make your life better. (Think bath and body products, gourmet food, etc). I like to think of it as Yogi Surprise without anything fitness or yoga related!

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Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Items

The Subscription Box: Prospurly

The Cost: $49.95

COUPON: Use coupon code FOUNDER to save 10% off each month for life

The Products: “We believe that simple living is the key to success. To us, that’s means enjoying good foods, spending quality time with loved ones, and pursuing inspired, positive thought – you’ll find all this inside Prospurly .From artisanally-made chocolates & gourmet foods to unique shareables like positivity notes & cheeseforks to handcrafted bath & body products, every delivery of Prospurly is guaranteed to help encourage a more happy life.”

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Info

The box comes with a card detailing all the items included with retail values.

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Salts

Urban Oreganics Bath Salts – Value $18

These bath salts are organic and made with lavender and earl grey tea – I love the scent.

Urban Oreganics Cleansing Bar – Value $10

This soap is unscented, and made with charcoal. It is supposed to work for face, body and hair. I like that it is unscented, and the cube shape is fun:

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Soap

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Syrup

Crown Maple Syrup Trio – Value $16

We’ve received these in subscription boxes before and they are great (And organic!). These minis are perfect to keep in the pantry for whenever we need them too.

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Tea

Portable Tuffy Steeper – Value $9

This tea steeper is collapsible, so it’s good for travel. It also is BPA Free and dishwasher safe. (And I love that it comes with a lid to keep your tea warm).

The Tea Spot Jasmine Petals Tin – Value $5

This tea is made with organic green tea leaves and jasmine flowers. It smells great, and I’m a big tea drinker, so I’m very happy to see both of these items in the box.

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Alma

Alma The Salty Nutty Toffee Mini Bar – Value $5

My husband LOVES toffee and immedaitely called dibs on this bar when he saw it in the box. And it was just as good as he hoped for!

Beeswax Mini Pinecone Candle – Value $5

I love the scent of beeswax, but this little candle is so cute I don’t want to light it!

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Wish Papers

Tops Malibu Wish Paper – Value $7.50

I’m not familiar with these papers, so I’m going to quote Tops Malibu on how to use them:

Watch your wish take flight! Great for after dinner dessert wishes, birthday parties, weddings, gatherings with friends & family, and more. Beautiful for table top decor and party favors.

Make a wish. Light the special paper on a plate. Magically, the paper will rise high to the ceiling or the sky & as it floats back down – catch it! Your wish has been released. Good fortune!

Comes in gold or silver on the outer tube; wish paper is magenta. Sold per tube of 10 Wish Papers.  If requesting a specific outer tube color, please note in the “Special Instructions” field upon checkout.

History: An ancient Chinese tradition that traveled to Europe, where we discovered it in an Italian bakery in the 1960s while buying cookies. The baker instructed me to roll my cookie wrapper in my hand & make a wish. He then set the paper on a dish and lit it with a match. Magically, my Wishing paper lifted, flying skyward, twirled a few times, then turned to ash. The baker told me my wish had come true. (And it did!) Enjoy. ~Judy Walker, Founder of TOPS Malibu

Prospurly Subscription Box Review - March 2015 Open

Verdict: I think this is a great first box for Prospurly! The value is about $75.50, and I think that is a good value for this type of box with the cost at $45. All the products included are quality brands, and I appreciate the focus on natural and organic ingredients.

What do you think of the March 2015 Prospurly box? Check out my unboxing video below:

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. They have a couple March boxes in their shop for a discounted price. I bought one which shipped right away. It arrived today.

  2. Just had to mention it’s been pretty humid here lately in Missouri and I have the soap still in the wrapper and it’s starting to ‘sweat’ through the packaging.

  3. I received the box. I liked it, of course (yay chocolate!), my only question is where they go from here? They have now hit all of the “typical” subscription box items of late:
    -bath salts
    -tea (and tea accessory)
    -maple syrup
    -candle (which looks and smells like autumn, fyi)
    Their box is such a good idea, so I hope they really stretch themselves to think outside the box! (no pun intended) They have a great opportunity, now that LLB has clearly disappointed so many people, to step in as the next big lifestyle box.

    And it’s veryyyy close, but technically they promised $80 of value. 😉

  4. It’s funny because the day this review was posted, the company began following me on instagram! I’d never heard of them before but it looked interesting. This box, however, doesn’t thrill me. I’ll wait for one or two more reviews before considering them. It doesn’t matter anyway, I’m moving so I can’t order anything. D:

  5. I may give this box a try. I love the items that are featured in this box.

  6. I am kicking myself HARD for not signing up for this box! The items in this box are totally on point for me! I think I might just sign up for this once since I just lost SkandiCrush and LLB is going to every other month…

  7. I love this box. It’s right up my alley 🙂

  8. I think I’m in the target demographic for this box, but at $45-50 a month I can’t do it. I might do it if they had a lower cost (less items) monthly box OR they had a quarterly box.

    Speaking of Quarterly boxes, I can’t wait for my quarterly (twice a year in reality) Design sponge box! I am being realllllly patient (was supposed to ship in March but will ship in May).

  9. I just ordered the steeper for a gift after I saw this. I may need to sign up for this box!

  10. I love the wish paper. What an adorable idea! I will be actively seeking these on the swap boards!!!

  11. I love locally handmade goods, but didn’t like this box at all especially for $50. I’m so over bath salts and freaking tea. I don’t drink tea at all and get it often in sub boxes. Sure it’s a cute box with a great idea behind it, but doesn’t deliver for me. I might keep it around another month and then cancel if it doesn’t get better.

    • I’ll take the tea and bath salts off your hands haha

      • I posted both of them on the swap board.

  12. Just wanted to chime in to say that I love your unboxing videos on youtube, and I like that your husband joins in too. 🙂

    • !!! Thank you so much 🙂

  13. I got this box yesterday and absolutely loved it! It felt so classy to me; sometimes the Little Lace and Popsugar boxes are too “glittery” for me, or maybe young is the word. Haha, LLB did make it clear I wasn’t the target market at age 41 so I cancelled and switched to this. So happy! I can’t wait for my new splurge box to come next month.

  14. This box has an interesting mix of items in it. Yet I’m not entirely comfortable spending $45 a month on it just yet. This box has a lot of potential and i like the organic, naturalness to it, and no makeup. I’ll wait to see what next months spoiler is before I sign up. I would be more convinced to sign up if the box was under $40, was quarterly, or had more value to it.

  15. I think I would like this one. Maybe after I move in a few months and sell my old place and expenses settle down…

  16. Great box! I may have to give this one a try….

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