Kali Subscription Review + Coupon – May 2017
Subscribers can choose the type of box they would like, the frequency, and the absorbency.
Kali offers several subscription levels and options. This review is for the Luxury subscription box, which is $22.89 per shipment. (You can choose to receive it on a monthly or a bimonthly basis.)
This box was sent to us at no cost to review. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: Kali
The Cost: Choose from one of four options:
Luxury Monthly or Luxury Every Other Month Box ($22.89 per shipment): 14 tampons or 16 pads, 10 wipettes, 10 panty liners, and one “relaxing pampering product.”
Tampon Only Bimonthly Box ($16 per shipment): 32 tampons every other month.
Tampon + Liners Only Bimonthly Box ($18 per shipment): 32 tampons and 20 liners.
Pad + Liner Only Monthly Box ($16 per shipment): 20 pads and 20 liners.
Wipette Bimonthly Box ($20 per shipment): 40 wipettes.
COUPON: Get 20% off your first box with code Kali20
The Products: Chemical-free, organic feminine hygiene products, including organic menstrual pads and 100% cotton tampons.
Ships to: US for free
Good to know: Your first box is shipped 2-3 days after you place your order. Boxes are set to arrive on the first of every month thereafter (unless you chose a bimonthly option, which would arrive every other month).
This information card was included in the package, with some info about the mist included and inspirational facts about Sarah Blakely, founder of Spanx. That’s a nice touch!
Here are my 14 organic cotton tampons! I opted for all super, but there is an option for regular or for half-and-half. I absolutely love that they are chemical-free and organic. I care about what I absorb through my skin!
This is the applicator. I have to say that as much as I would like to save the planet, I prefer plastic applicators. This one was quite easy to use and comfortable, though. Has science invented reusable applicators yet? Or ones made from biodegradable plastic? I would pay extra for that.
Here is the tampon itself. It looks and feels like your typical super absorbency tampon. These tampons are comfortable and they do not leak on a “super” day. However, I did not use it on a super plus day.
Kali‘s website says that their panty liners are thong liners, but I don’t wear thongs, and these were fine to use on regular underwear. I did try these on a super plus day, and they were very helpful. They are surprisingly absorbent. They are also 100% organic cotton and perfectly comfortable.
The wipettes might have been my favorite item in the box. They are effective and have a nice fragrance. They also don’t have any sort of chemical smell, which they shouldn’t, since they are also chemical-free. I don’t feel like I can go into too much detail, but these are fantastic!
My “luxury pampering” item this month was this rosewater facial mist, and it’s really nice. It has a very light floral fragrance and made my skin feel quite refreshed.
The Verdict: I really liked my first package from Kali! I feel like they thought of everything! I love that their products are free of harmful chemicals and that everything was comfortable and worked as expected. I also think the price is really good for everything I received. Kali is great!
What do you think of Kali?