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Yogi Surprise Subscription Box Review – October 2015

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Yogi Surprise is a monthly health and wellness subscription box that sends you natural goodies each month. Some items may be specifically for yoga, but in general, this is more of a lifestyle box.

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The Subscription Box: Yogi Surprise

The Cost: $45 a month ($36 a month with coupon)

Coupon: Use coupon code GRATITUDE to save 20% off your subscription for life.

The Products: Each month, you’ll receive 6-8 full-size products designed to nourish and support your well being, vitality and growth. You’ll get a variety of items from handcrafted yoga accessories and natural beauty items to herbal tonics, organic snacks and super food essentials.

Ships to: US only.

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Each box comes with a card detailing each item included.

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Each Yogi Surprise box is now including a new yoga sequence card. This box also included a 10% off coupon for The Jiva Shop.

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Yogi Surprise Yoga Hand Towel – Retail Value $10

I’m always happy with months when Yogi Surprise includes yoga accessories. And this custom towel is in a cute color too. Here it is unwrapped:

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The Jiva Shop Sweat Wicking Headband – Value $10

This headband can be unfolded for a wider look too. For me, the wider band is the only way I can get it to stay on my head. (And I have to have the headband a little low on my forehead). I love the print of this one – so I will make it work!

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Essential Living Organic Coconut Chips – Value $10

These have no sugar added, so the sweetness is very subtle. This is great if you are looking for a low-sugar snack, but not so great if you are remembering how delicious Dang Coconut Chips are when you take your first bite!

I think I will use these as a low-sugar topping for yogurt!

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Paleo Simplified Pecan Pie Superfood Energy Bar – Value $4

I avoid gluten and dairy in my diet, so I’m always excited to see a snack in a subscription box that I can actually eat! Unfortunately, I didn’t like the taste of this one enough to finish it. This bar also has more sugar than I prefer in my energy bars (19 grams), so it is probably for the best that I didn’t fall in love with it!

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Urban Oreganics Anti-Aging Facial Mask – FULL SIZE! Value $22

This mask is vegan, natural and gluten-free too! I’ve sampled a lot of Urban Oreganics products lately thanks to subscription boxes, and I’m a fan, so getting another product is great. This is a powdered mask that you mix with water to make a paste, then let it dry for 15-20 minutes. I love cleansers/masks in powder form because they last a while and don’t need preservatives like liquid alternatives might use.

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Meraki Botanicals Healing Lavender Geranium Body Balm – FULL SIZE! Value $18

Hm, this doesn’t look like what I expect a balm to look like (the texture is a little grainy). After I rubbed it into my skin, though – no issues. It added a lot of moisture/oil and the lavender scent is nice too.

Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $73. I think that’s great for a Yogi Surprise box! I’ll use everything besides the paleo energy bar, so the value is good for me too. Plus I like the mix of beauty, yoga and food items. What do you think of the October Yogi Surprise box?

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.

6 Comments

  1. I’m glad they aren’t including jewelry anymore. I subscribe to their jewelry box and it was kind of embarrassing when their regular box had better jewelry than their jewelry box.

  2. I love the towel!

  3. My box is MIA. It made it all the way to a local sorting center and now the status says “undeliverable as addressed.” They are sending me another one but I’m sad.

    • When did it say undeliverable as addressed? I have had packages say this before and when I talked to the post office, they say that it will say that message if the package ended up on the wrong delivery truck and the driver doesn’t know how to deliver it. If you just saw the message on Friday or Saturday, there might still be hope of you getting the package Tuesday or Wednesday.

      • It said that at the sorting center before it ever reached my local post office.

    • The most common reason a parcel is scanned “undeliverable as addressed” is when it was shipped to an old address and the person has moved. If the customer filed a Change of Address, then it will be forwarded to the new address. Otherwise, it will be returned to sender. After something is scanned “undeliverable as addressed,” the location is no longer updated, so if this is the case for you, just hold tight! You should get your box in about a week or so.

      Another instance in which something is scanned “undeliverable as addressed” is if the address is wrong somehow (wrong number, zip code, etc.).

      Hope some of that was helpful!

      (source: I am a subscription box lover who works for USPS)

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