Feeling Fab Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2017
Feeling Fab is a “holistic wellness box handpicked monthly to help you on your journey to a healthier self- mentally, spiritually and physically.” The items support a lifestyle that includes “delicious organic foods, luxurious and ethically sourced body care rituals, and nurturing mindful yoga and meditation practices.”
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Feeling Fab
The Cost: $28.99 plus $4.75 flat shipping fee ($11.99 for Canadian customers) with price breaks for 6 and 12-month subscriptions.
COUPON: Use code BEAUTY20 to save 20% off your first box!
The Products: Each box contains ”a selection of 5-to 7 luxury and full-sized products with a focus on mindfulness, well-being and self-love. Some of the items include healthy snacks, holistic supplements, clean beauty products, yoga accessories, and supplements.”
Ships to: US & Canada
Check out the Women’s Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add Feeling Fab to your subscription list or wish list!
The theme for March is “Let Her Sleep.” The products included inspire rest and relaxing while you are awake or preparing for sleep. I appreciate the little tidbits of information on the card (such as the suggestions of a free meditation app).
Feeling Fab includes a card with a list of all the products in their box and their values. I always appreciate when subscription boxes include this information.
Sweet Dreams, Natural Body Mist by Valetina’s Naturals (4oz) – Value $12.00
True Love Bath Salts by Valentina’s Naturals (2.5oz) – Value $3.50
I don’t take baths often but the next time I do this will be the bath salt I use. I adore cardamom so I’m looking forward to trying this mixture of rose and cardamom.
These taste like yummy chocolate but they have 1mg of melatonin per piece to aid with sleep. I don’t mind taking melatonin in pill form but this is obviously much better. I can only find these sold in boxes of 12 online but the Good Day Chocolate website says they are sold at places like Whole Foods and Fresh Thyme too.
Perfect Ten Protect & Perfect Facial Serum by Leaf Seed Berry (1oz) – Value $22.00
This stuff has great ratings on Etsy! I’m excited to try a new serum, especially one with “skin-loving oils and alpha hydroxy acids with moisture-boosting hyaluronic acid and CoQ10, beta-carotene, vitamin C” and more! I’ve been using it for a few days and the smell and feel are very nice but I don’t notice a change in my skin yet.
Organic Herbal Chamomile and Fruit Tea by Jitter Crow – Value $4.00
I love having caffeine free teas to drink at night but I looked at the Jitter Crow website and they said this tea is great drank cold. I know it will be great with the orange, lemon, chamomile and rosehips. Yum.
Lotta Peanut Loving Chocolate Hunkola by E&C Snacks (6 oz) – $5.59
Who knew gluten free chocolate cookies could taste so good? Okay, I’m sure lots of people do but these were surprisingly good. They have gluten free oats and some other good stuff but they aren’t low calorie so you still need a healthy dose of self-restraint.
Verdict: I really enjoyed my first box of Feeling Fab. I haven’t tried any of these products before and I think everything was nicely curated to the theme. Plus, I will use everything that I received in the box. I think this sub would make a great gift.
As for the value of this subscription, I received $50.09 worth of products for about $34.00 ($28.99 plus $4.75 shipping) which I’m typically happy with as long as I really like and use everything in the box.
What do you think of Feeling Fab?