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Yogi Surprise Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2016

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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.

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).


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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This month’s theme is “Solstice Celebration.” Also, on the right is some info about their monthly giveaway: Every month, Yogi surprise sends one subscriber to a yoga retreat somewhere awesome!


This is the info card that was included, detailing the items in this month’s package.


Yogi Surprise also includes a sequence card every month that suggests a yoga sequence to go along with the month and the theme. This sequence is all about strengthening your body in preparation for summer activities!


This month, Yogi Surprise included a coupon for 30% off Topricin, $1 off two Macrobars by GoMacro, and 20% off Kate’s Magik.



Cuccio Somatology Yoga Essentials Kit – Value $12.95

This is a really neat kit! It has three different products in deluxe sample sizes – all designed to help enhance the yoga experience through heightened awareness of your body and environment. It includes a balancing oil, a balancing lotion for dry skin, and a yoga mat cleaner.


Califia Farms Vanilla Almond Milk – Value $2

I was excited about this almond milk until I saw that it has added sugar, and as the second ingredient no less. That pretty much wipes out the benefit of using almond milk for me, so this one is a miss.

Earth Friendly Products Parsley Plus All Surface Cleaner (sample) – Listed Value $2

Wow, I never thought of using parsley as a cleaner, but I’m definitely interested in trying it. It certainly works wonders cleaning the inside of the mouth and body! Plus I’m always looking for effective, non-toxic cleaners.


Topricin Homeopathic Pain Relief and Healing Cream (sample) – Listed Value $7

I’m not in any hurry to be in pain, but I will definitely try this when the time comes. Hopefully it’s effective enough to allow regular yoga flexibility despite joint or muscle pain, but not so effective I overextend and make it worse!

GoMacro Protein Paradise Cashew Caramel Bar – Value $3.50

This little bar has an impressive list of credentials! It’s vegan, organic, non-GMO, and is filled with protein and key minerals. Unfortunately for me, it also has loads of added sugar with 37g carbs and 10g sugar. That’s 2.5 teaspoons full of sugar. I know some people don’t care about this, but I’ve been watching my sugar like a hawk lately!


Andalou Naturals Instant Pure Pore Hydro Serum Facial Mask – Value $5.99

I have really sensitive skin, but the ingredients list on this mask looks great, so I’m going to give it a try. Summer heat, and it is super hot down here in Georgia, opens the pores wide, so I am curious to see if this mask will help!


The Better Chip Spinach & Kale – Value $3

Hooray! They included a snack without added sugar! I love that the green color actually comes from real spinach and kale, and not some powder or artificial color. These little chips got a great review in the Vegetarian Times, too!


Anima Mundi Apothecary Palo Santo Myst (Bad Vibe Killer) – Value $18

I love products with a clever name, and this one takes the cake! Bad Vibe Killer! Can you imagine if it really worked? I would have to buy it in 500 gallon drums and keep hoses full of it constantly aimed at some people. In reality, it is a natural antibacterial and antimicrobial, and has a soothing essence that can help restore a sense of peacefulness.

Kate’s Magik Moon Goddess Anointing Oil (not pictured) – Value $14.95

Oops! I just realized that this little vial of oil rolled out of my picture! It was a 0.5 ounce oil in an amber glass bottle, if you can picture that. Sorry! In any case, this is a jasmine essential oil blend that smells great, obviously, and is invigorating.

Verdict: With the exception of the snacks, this month’s Yogi Surprise was awesome! I know, the snacks may be awesome for some people, too, just not me personally at the moment. I will use everything else in the box, and my kids will devour the snacks I’m sure. This month’s box has a total value of about $66, which is great for a $45 box.

What do you think of Yogi Surprise? What were your favorite items this month?

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.


  1. I received a mysterious bottle of Seva Amazon Body Oil in my box this month! Did this happen to anyone else?! Maybe it was a gift as I am a first-time subscriber?

  2. I wanted to like Yogi Surprise so much! The first two boxes I received were wonderful, but the April and May boxes were huge disappointments. After seeing this review, I do not regret unsubscribing. First, how are they getting away with advertising that they send out all full-size products, no samples??? Second, this box seems to contain a lot of repeat items. A lotion AND a cream? A sanitizer spray AND a surface cleanser? Two oils? And what is the “Bad Vibe Killer?” Another cleanser or oil? Seems to me like perhaps they’re running out of ideas and stretching the “yoga-inspired” theme pretty thin. Too bad, this could have been a really fun concept.

    • Actually, contrary to what Stfne has said, I think it’s a great box. The Palo Santo bad vibe killer really smells nice. And the other oils – there will always be a use for them. This is a great box, great value. A vast improvement after the terrible April box.

  3. That brand of Almond milk is the best. I think the added sugar is only because it is the Vanilla.

    • I really want to try the unsweetened! Thanks Rachel!

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