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New From Vegan Cuts – One-time Yoga Box

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Vegan Cuts has a new one-time Yoga Box shipping the week of July 5th!

“Balance your mind, body and spirit with the goods in this Vegan Yoga Box. We’ve partnered with some amazing brands to bring you a box that will leave you feeling zenned out and ready for your next meditation or yoga practice.”

The Box: Vegan Cuts Yoga Box

The Products:

  • Crystal Mala Bracelet with Lotus Charm and Lava Rock Beads
  • Soothi Coconut Jewelry – Assorted Necklaces & Earrings
  • Starling & Ivy Headbands – Assorted Prints
  • Soulful Essence Yoga Bliss Balance Aromatherapy Roll-On – 10 ml
  • Skin Fix Cosmetics Ginger Coconut Scrub – 4 oz
  • BõKU Superfood Organic Phytonutrient Superfood Powder – 2.2 oz
  • Pranayums Daily Super Spice Shot – 1.7 g
  • Organic Gemini TigerNuts – 6–12 oz
  • Schmidt’s Deodorant – Lavender & Sage – 0.5 oz
  • Amala In Love With Nature Magic Sponge Cloth 3-Pack
  • Sam’s Natural Tea Tree Foot Soak – 1 oz
  • 21 Drops Headache Essential Oil Blend – 5 g

The Cost: $35 + free U.S. Shipping ($150 value)

Ships to: $18 to Canada, $28 International

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What do you think of the Vegan Cuts Yoga Box? Will you be grabbing one?


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. Hi! Did you like the yoga box? I was thinking of sending one to my yogini aunt for her birthday and wondered if it would be worth it. Thank you! 😉

  2. I ordered!! FYI, you can use coupon code “Roadtrip” to save $10 off any $50 order. Expires after today!

  3. I really want one! It is bad timing for me because of all the other deals I have subbed to Globein & causebox in the last week plus made a big Love With Food purchase. On top of that, both of my daughters bdays are in July.

  4. I was excited when I saw this because I was expecting to see a mat or a DVD to be included (and I’m someone who would like to start trying out yoga…again). I’m really kind of confused as to why you wouldn’t include either or in a box like this? Seems like you could swap out the jewelry for that to make it a better rounded box.

    Oh well…saves me my money I guess.

    • same, this doesn’t seem like “yoga.”
      somehow a majority of the sub boxes seem to think yoga = hippie life style of early 20s. As a yoga instructor this makes me very very sad.

      • But it shouldn’t (make you sad). I think the yoga lifestyle is going through a revival and now means a spiritual, healthy, natural lifestyle with superfoods and essential oils replacing medication and synthetic food choices. Maybe we need a new term for ‘yoga lifestyle’ but the trend is certainly one to be embraced. As to the box – I want it. Let’s see where negotiations (with myself) end up by the end of the day.

        • What’s wrong with medication?

        • I wouldn’t necessarily think this is a “revival” when I think of a yogini I think of someone who embraces a natural and holistic lifestyle and to be honest, I do think this box does a DECENT job of touching on all the basis of that lifestyle EXCEPT the yoga piece!

          I guess maybe the headband? I can understand where maybe they wouldn’t want to include a mat assuming that many people who would make this purchase would already have one, but I’m very disappointed to see a lack of some kind of physical activity items – even if it wasn’t a DVD, there are some really great yoga decks available. I think the inclusion of something like that and the removal of the jewelry pieces would’ve made this a great yoga lifestyle box.

          • I absolutely agree with you! There are so many yoga items other than a yoga mat, so it is interesting that a “yoga” box puts in everything but a yoga item.

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