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Honest Company Review & Coupon – The Wellness Bundle

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Honest Company Review & Coupon - The Wellness Bundle Box

The Honest Company offers three different “Bundle” subscriptions: Diapers, Essentials (household items), and Wellness (vitamins). They just introduced new One-A-Day vitamins to their line-up and reduced the price of the Wellness bundle, so I thought it was time to try out their newest products!

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Honest Company Review & Coupon - The Wellness Bundle Items

The Subscription Box: Honest Company Wellness Bundle

The Cost: $35.95 for your choice of two items in the wellness category, plus add up to 3 more for 25% off.

COUPON: Use coupon code INVITED10 to save $10 off your first bundle.

The Products: Vitamins for women, men, kids.

Ships to: US and Canada

Good to know: You can adjust your shipping calendar dates for your Honest Bundle at any time in your account.

Honest Company Review & Coupon - The Wellness Bundle DHA

Honest Co. Immunity Defense – Value $21.95

Honest Co. DHA/Omega-3 – Value $24.95

These are the two items I selected as my picks for the Wellness Bundle. (The price is $35.95 no matter which two items you choose, so I always make sure my two most expensive selections are the bundle items).

Honest Company Review & Coupon - The Wellness Bundle One A Day


Women’s Complete One-A-Day – Value $19.95

Men’s Complete One-A-Day – Value $19.95

These two items are the new products in their vitamin line (They also have a pre-natal one-a-day). I’m happy to see they finally have an option for men! Both of these are free from common allergens like dairy, gluten, soy, eggs, shellfish, etc. They also include a probiotics blend.

The formulas for these one-a-days are mostly identical with a few differences. There are a few different percentages of ingredients like Vitamin K and Biotin, and the Women’s blend includes Iron and a Women’s Health blend.

The Women’s health blend has “Specialized potencies of Vitex, Dong Quai, and Milk Thistle are renowned for their ability to help promote a healthy female system and naturally balance hormones.”

I actually prefer a one-a-day vitamin that doesn’t include anything that effects hormones, so I’m going do a little research and see if there’s anything wrong with me taking the men’s version. (I take a separate iron supplement, so I should be good there).

Verdict: I’ve been a big fan of the Honest Company for a while, and I really like how much detail they give on all their supplements and their concerns about ingredients. So far I’ve been taking thd DHA/Omega 3 supplement, and I plan on using the Immunity Defense as an extra help to get through flu season.

Have you tried the Honest Company Wellness Bundle or any item from that line? What do you think of their supplements?

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!

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  1. Hi! I am super interested in the Honest Vitamins. I am not pregnant just yet but have super low iron, almost annemic but not quite, and want to start taking the prenatal vitamins for the iron content. I also like the DHA omega 3 as well but am wondering if it is ok for men? my husband wants to try the one a day for men and he would like to take an omega as well. Just want to make sure the DHA is ok for him since on the website it is in the womens vitamin section. thanks so much! Super excited to try these vitamins!

  2. I would love to try this Company but their cancellation policy is just too much hassle. I sent them an email asking if they would be changing the need to call and they responded, no due to security issues. Hmmm…I can order items online, I can enter payments online…what security issues about cancelling are they concerned about? I have a job where I can’t call them and be on a 20 minute queue to cancel. If they ever change that policy, I’ll be the first inline to order but for now….someone else is getting my business

    • It was definitely a hassle to call. And then when I did call, the guy kept trying to pressure me to stay. It’s too bad, because I like their products (I had the Essentials bundle), but I hate the cancellation policy.

    • They actually allow you to cancel your subscriptions via Live Chat now! So much easier!

  3. Their Omega 3’s have a puny amount of the DHA and EPA in them for the money. Look into Apex Energetics BrainE for loads of DHA (and it’s a liquid)!

  4. when will get a hint of our MSA quarterly box!? does that ship next month!!?

    • I’m working on it – hopefully I’ll have a spoiler to share very soon!

  5. If you are allergic to ragweed, don’t take anything with milk thistle in it! (Bottles of straight up milk thistle have this warning on them.)

    I pretty much just use Walgreens women’s vitamins because they don’t have gelatin in them. And take vegan omega-3s. Vitamin buying for vegetarians is a pain…

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