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BuddhiBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2016

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BuddhiBox is a monthly subscription box for yogis. Every month, they will send you products to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. They only partner with businesses that follow ethical and conscious standards of production. Additionally, a portion of all boxes sold goes to benefit a nonprofit.

(By the way, I love their new packaging!)

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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The Subscription Box: BuddhiBox

The Cost: their standard box costs $30.95/monthly, $27.95/month with a 6-month subscription, and $25.95/month with a yearly subscription. Their ìmonthly samplesî box costs $11.95/month. (This review is of the standard box).

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with coupon code buddhiaddiction!

The Products: The standard BuddhiBox contains 4-6 full-size items to enhance yoga practice and lifestyle, and the monthly samples box contains 2-3 product samples and coupons.

Ships to: US & Canada

Check out all our BuddhiBox reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box Directory!

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The reverse side of the quote card lists the items in each month’s package, along with retail values.

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BuddhiBox regularly sends two additional cards every month, a vegan recipe and a pose card. This month’s pose is Half Moon Pose, and the recipe is raw vegan zucchini pasta with basil pesto. This month there was also a card for a month of free yoga, meditation, and body sculpt (a $20 value) from yogaforyouonline.com! Score!

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Wrap Bracelet by Iron Horse Creations – Value $10

This is such a pretty bracelet! It could be used as an anklet, too, if you knotted it up a bit. (I think I’m feeling a little extra funky because SPRING!)

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Mat Spray by Mind Over Lather in Lemongrass – Value $10

I have a little bit of a stockpile of yoga mat spray at the moment thanks to subscription boxes, but this one has a really nice, invigorating smell. I’ll probably advance this one to next in line if I ever finish the one I’m using right now!

Therapeutic Oil Blend by Soulful Essence in “Meditation Station” – Value $20

I love roll-on aromatherapy! This one uses cocnut oil as the base, which is really good for the skin, too. It doesn’t seem to interfere with the scent, either.

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Natural Deodorant by Bear’s Beauty – Value $12.50

This year I’ve decided to try and make it through the summer without resorting to anti-perspirant. I know we’re only a few days into spring, but I’m proud of myself for making it this far! I’m excited to give this natural deodorant a try when my current stick runs out. It not only is free from all the bad ingredients, it’s supposed to actually be good for my skin as well!

Kiss Me Honey Lip Balm – Value $4.99

Although winter has finally passed, we can never have enough tubes of lip balm in my house. This one has a particularly impressive resume! Vegan, cruelty-free, all natural, eco friendly, and it’s packed with healthy ingredients.

VerdictBuddhiBox is one of my favorite subscription boxes! I feel like the curation is always thoughtful, and they usually include some really cool products. This month was a little more generic than usual, but I will use everything that was sent, so it’s still a big win. Plus the value of everything including the online classes comes to $77.50, which is outstanding for a $31 box!

What do you think of BuddhiBox?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
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. I’m having the same issue with Buddhibox. I ordered a box through the Living Social promotion and instead of a box for the month of June or July, they shipped a box from November…of last year. It had 4 items, one of which is some kind of oil that is in the process of drying out. I’m a huge fan of subscription boxes, but in this case I feel like I’ve been duped. I’ve contacted Buddhibox via email, no response yet, and phone calls go to voicemail. Also really disappointing was Living Social’s response, they said that since the voucher was already used, I’d have to take my issue up with the vendor directly. This process has been much more frustrating than it needed to be.

  2. I contacted living social and they said it should have been an actual box. Living social will offer a refund. Leftovers from the last few months isn’t ok for $25

    • thank you for the update Rebecca! I got distracted by some other life events and dropped the ball on this. I’m going to call LivingSocial. I’m somewhat sad as I really wanted to give this box a shot, however hugely disappointed in the box I received of remainder items. THANKS for contacting LivingSocial.

  3. I can’t find the $11.95 sampler box you mentioned on the BuddhiBox site; do you have a direct link?

  4. Be forewarned, I purchased this box with a LivingSocial voucher. Instead of receiving the March box I received a box of random items. Thin material headband, a small bag of stones a sample size tub of shea butter and a box of Tulsi tea. I was extremely disappointed I hadn’t received the March box. I contacted Buddhibox, she said the box was worth $70 (I simply don’t see the value!!) They also claimed LivingSocial knew a sampler would be sent out. In reviewing the wording of the voucher I don’t see any mention of a sampler box, only that Buddhibox is a monthly subscription service. We are at a stand still and I will be contacting LivingSocial directly. If I had known it would be a sampler not the monthly box I wouldn’t have subscribed. Samplers in my opinion are simply a method of getting rid of inventory they can’t sell otherwise. If you bought the LivingSocial voucher contact Buddhibox first to verify what box you’ll be receiving.

    • Thanks for the heads up Pat! I just did the one month LivingSocial deal myself and will be curious to see what I get. They claim the value is $32.95 so it really should be a full regular monthly box that’s you get–anything else is just false advertising.

    • Oh no. I also got the Living Social voucher. I haven’t received shipment yet but I too was under the impression it was going to be for a monthly box.

    • I bought the living social coupon too and am very disappointed. With shipping it was $25. It even says on my reciept from buddhibox – March Box. From the living social box I recieved a lollipop and bracelet from February, mat spray from January, tea from December box, a magnet and 2 buddhibox ponytail holders. Very tacky and dishonest.

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