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Wellness Tribe Subscription Box Review + Coupon- February 2017

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Wellness Tribe is a monthly recurring subscription dedicated to delivering well-being in a box. Each month you will receive a care package of 5-8 natural products (non-GMO, organic, eco-friendly brands) and practices hand selected by a Wellness Expert and Eastern Medicine Physician. Each month’s items are selected to work together to enhance your level of well-being.

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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: Wellness Tribe

The Cost: $39.95 per month plus shipping $5.00 U.S., $10 Canada, and $20 International. There is a price break with 3-month prepaid subscriptions.

COUPON: Save 15% off any subscription with code WELLNESSADDICTION15!

The Products: Each month you will receive a care package of 5-8 natural wellness products curated to refocus and refuel your body, mind, and spirit. Boxes will differ each month but may include natural body products, organic food items and snacks, luxe wellness essentials and informative health practices. 

Ships to: U.S. and International. Boxes ship the last week of each month.

Check out all of our Wellness Tribe reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box Directory

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your Subscription List or your Wish List!

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Wellness Tribe’s February’s theme is True Love. This month’s box is packed with “luxe self-care items for you to pamper yourself.”

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Each box comes with a card identifying, describing and pricing each item. Subscribers can also visit the Wellness Tribe blog for more information on this box.

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Quinn Snacks Popcorn with Organic Coconut Oil (0.6 oz) – Listed Value $3.00

I may be a novice in many areas, but making and eating popcorn is definitely not one of them. In fact, we make our movie popcorn just like this – organic coconut oil and farm bought popcorn kernels – so I know what I’m talking about here. And I can tell you emphatically, this stuff is the bomb! Some people may find it a bit too salty but I love salt, so it was great for me. This is a great food discovery! I’d love to try some of their other flavors- super kale & sea salt, white cheddar, or California olive oil too.

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Daily Concepts Your Dual Texture Scrubber – $12.00

This is a really nice scrubber. One side is soft and the other has more texture for exfoliating. There are two things that really make this stand out for me, though. First, the packaging is functional which means you cut the top flap off, insert the shower suction cup in the package, and then use it to store your scrubber. Second, there is a small tag on the scrubber that is a replacement indicator. When the writing on the tag fades, it is time to replace the scrubber.

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HU Chocolate Organic Fair Trade Chocolate Bar (Almond Butter & Puffed Quinoa) – Value $5.00 

I think this is one of the best chocolate bars I’ve sampled from boxes! That is saying a lot since I receive chocolate often. The almond butter and quinoa are very subtle and the chocolate is not extremely sweet but not too bitter either.

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The Typsy Gypsy Corner Crystal & Stone Bracelet – Listed Value $30.00

This beautiful bracelet is made with stones such as abalone, agate, coral, and garnet that inspire health, energy, and light. I’ve been wearing mine since I received this box and I really like the way it looks.

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Natural Annie Lip Balm (Vanilla) – Value $4.50

This lip balm has a strong vanilla scent which I really like. Plus, it goes on smoothly without any of the grittiness that can sometimes come with shea butter products. I would definitely buy this again. (Sorry for the blurry photo! The writing is so small!!)

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Natural Annie Lip Scrub (Mai Tai Punch) – Value $9.50

This sweet fruity smell of this makes me wish for summer! As do my dry and chapped lips. I just started using lip scrubs and while most of the time I probably don’t need one, I certainly do during these dry winter months. I use this at night before bedtime and my lips stay hydrated and smooth.

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Shea Moisture All-Over Hydration Hand & Body Lotion – Value $3.99

I’ve been wanting to try some of the Shea Butter products that I’ve been seeing literally everywhere so this is a great inclusion for me. The scent is a fairly strong coconut smell but I don’t find it overwhelming unless my hands are near my face. The lotion absorbed very well into my hands and there was no greasy residue left behind. The ingredients are organic and fair trade and the price is very reasonable so I’d buy this again.

Verdict: I am always happy with my Wellness Tribe subscription. The boxes are full of new and interesting products and I feel good using the brands they include due to the use of natural ingredients and ethical, environmental and community business practices. Each month I look forward to receiving this box and I’m almost never let down. I love the self-care items included in the box this month and there are at least three items that I’d seek out and actively recommend to others. This month’s box contained $67.99 worth of products for a $45.00 box (month to month subscription). The value is a bit lower than it typically is, but it doesn’t bother me because I will use everything in this box.

What do you think of Wellness Tribe this month?

Written by Shawn Brossart

Shawn Brossart

Shawn is a recent subscription box addict but when she fell, she fell hard. She can’t resist a bargain so she receives all kinds of boxes. Her current favorites are natural, holistic, and health and fitness related.

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. The scrubber packaging seems pretty clever, but wouldn’t being in that pouch keep it from drying thoroughly?

    • Wish I could edit…don’t want to seem all negative! Other than that question, this seems like a great box!

      • I had the same question, wouldn’t it be better not to put it in the pouch?

        • I hear you ladies! I thought the same thing but haven’t seen any ill effects in my limited time owning this. I wonder if soy based foam (the foam inside the scrubber) has anti-fungal qualities? Despite my fear of mold, I’m going to keep the scrubber in the bag to see what happens. I’ll let you know!

  2. Quinn popcorn is really good. The microwave kind with the little pouches of oil is even better than the bagged stuff (but the calories of the non-individual serving bags are so high).

    • I’m going to have to look for more of that. I’ve had other popcorn brands but nothing compares. This bag almost tasted like the kind I make on the stovetop. Yum.

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