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Eco Salon Mind and Body Box On Sale Monday!

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Just a heads up that the Eco Salon Mind and Body Box launches on Monday at 11 AM ET.

The Box: Eco Salon Mind and Body Box

FYI – that link goes to the Eco Salon blog post about the box. When it launches it will be available in their shop section.

The Cost: $129 with Free shipping

EcoSalon’s The Box, Mind and Body Edition, features items that will bring balance to your head, heart, and home! Find inner peace with a box of 12 harmonious items from 11 fabulous brands – worth $441.54–all for just $129 + free shipping! 

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.

8 Comments

  1. This is seriously the most overpriced box they’ve ever done. $150 for 4 1 oz essential oil blends – that’s about $40. Even on the company’s own site each it’s on sale for $69.95
    Jojoba Oil $49.95 – you can get for $15 on Amazon and it will be organic
    The book – 15.95 – maybe?
    Fake silver necklace $31 – maybe $10
    $20 gift cards – their gift cards never amount to a purchase
    Steel Tumbler $40???? $15 on amazon or $10 when starbucks has sales.

    I can’t even keep going. So ridiculous. Their boxes tend to be great or horrible. And, to me, this one is horrible – based only on the over-valued prices. And the oils and much of the other stuff isn’t even organic.

    • Hi Erin! My name is Amanda, and I’m the marketing manager with EcoSalon. I’m so sorry to hear what a disappointing experience you’ve had with the Box, but I do appreciate your feedback. I would love to hear more about any suggestions you have for how we can make the Box better, so feel free to send me a note at amanda[at]ecosalon[dot]com. Looking forward to hearing from you!

  2. I broke down and bought it. Seems interesting to learn about the essential oils. Anyone know of a specific diffuser one should consider? They don’t seem overly expensive.

    • I have gotten a whole bunch of cool mist essential oil diffusers to review on Amazon. Pretty much all of them have worked about the same. The only things to really pay attention to if you read reviews:

      (1) Can you run it with the light off? Because you may not want a light show if you are trying to sleep in the same room with it.

      (2) Capacity of the water reservoir. How long are you planning to run it and at what rate? If something has a large reservoir it may work overnight. With a smaller reservoir, it may only work for an hour or two (fine for meditation or yoga).

      I’d opt for one that plugs into the wall (instead of USB) and that does not play music (I have yet to encounter a music one that actually played good music, as opposed to a 5-second repeat loop of sound).

      Or you can go for something even more basic. I have an ancient (haha, from my college days) diffuser that is heated by tea light. Water and a few drops of oil in the top and it’ll last as long as the tea light (but will probably need periodic refilling). Depends on whether or not you want an unattended flame.

      • thank you! Good points to consider!

  3. Is it sad that the thing I wanted most out of this was the stainless smoothie tumbler? Hello, similar one on Amazon for $15!

    I just don’t see the other items as that exciting. I wonder if this box will hang around as long as the winter one…

    • I’m in the same boat; only thing that caught my attention was the body cream. Oh well, more money in my pocket lol.

  4. It looks like a great box. My only concern is that the first item is “worth” $150 of the overall $440 value of the box. Oh, and that item is currently on sale on Ovvio’s site for 40% off. Plus when you factor in that there were essential oils in their last box (which I loved and am using but am on essential oil overload right now), I think I can convince myself to pass on this one.

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