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Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review

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Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Box

In addition to their regular monthly subscription, Yogi Surprise occasionally offers a limited edition box. I enjoyed their holiday Limited Edition Box, so I signed up for this Spring Limited Edition box as soon as it was announced.

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Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Items

The Box: Spring Renewal Box

The Cost: $44.95 with free shipping

The Products: 8 full-size yogi-centric items selected to help you transition into Spring.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Info

Each box comes with an info card detailing the items included.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Balanced Guru

Balanced Guru Energy Mist Travel Kit – Value $25

I love Balanced Guru’s scents (they use natural and organic ingredients), so this travel kit is perfect for me. It also came with a set of cards detailing the uses for each scent.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Candle

House of Good Juju Chakra Balancing Candle – Value $7

This candle smells of cinnamon – I love it. It also has stones embedded in the wax, so I’m curious to see what’s revealed when it burns down.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Namaste

Botanical Me Namaste Yoga Mat Spray – Value $15

This spray is made without synthetic fragrances, and designed to disinfect as well. I like the scent, and it’s a useful item too.

LaNatura Anti-Stress Therapy Rollerball – Value $13

I was expecting this anti-stress rollerball to feature lavender, but it is a very minty scent. I like it – it’s very refreshing.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Scarf

Traditional Indian Scarf – Value $15

I’m not sure how I feel about the thread tassels on the ends of this scarf, but I do like how sheer it is – very appropriate for Spring/Summer.

Yogi Surprise Limited Edition Spring 2015 Box Review Rebel

Rebel Kale Chips – Value $4

These are much more dense and filling than other kale chips I’ve tried. They are pretty addictive too! FYI – they have a spicy finish.

Verdict: I thought this was a great box, and I wish the regular Yogi Surprise April box had been more like this box. The value is $79, and I paid $45 – I’m pretty happy with that value. One small thing to mention though – Yogi Surprise advertised this box as including 8 full-size items. Technically this box has 6 items, and the candle isn’t full-size. (Of course the travel kit equals 7 deluxe size samples, so maybe that is the equivalent of more than one full-size item). It’s not a big deal to me, but I still thought it was worth calling out in the verdict.

What do you think of the Spring Limited Edition Yogi Surprise Box?

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!

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. If you buy something, MSA may earn an affiliate commission. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. I really liked this box. My scarf was a emerald green and quite beautiful! I decided to use it on my alter rather than wear it.

    The candle I really enjoyed and the Travel kit was perfect and I have used them during my meditation.

    All and all this box was a win for me.

    6 items does not make 8 full size items so a bummer that they didn’t stick to their advertisement of this box. Though I would count the Travel kit as a full size item.

  2. My scarf was pink with pink stripes and silver threads woven in. But the silver threads are only loosely “woven” so a few have already come out. Still, I like it and will figure out a way to use it (it doesn’t go with anything I have now but maybe that is an excuse to shop).

    I’m happy with the box and I feel like none of the values are overinflated (like they were with a couple of things from the March and April boxes). Although now I have so much yoga mat spray I don’t know what to do with it all…

  3. The House of Good Juju Chakra Balancing Candle looks awesome. I just had to check them out, all their stuff on etsy looks amazing, I want it all lol.

  4. I was really happy with this box. No kidding…I lit the abundance candle the other night and the next day I got a new client and another client sent me a renewal contract. So the juju worked. 🙂 I got a different scarf than you, but otherwise I got everything you did.

    • I really like the box, but I felt short changed. As Liz rightly pointed out, they advertised 8 full sized products. They curate a nice box, but I have never ordered their monthly box.. Some of them have been awesome, which is why I ordered the Limited Edition Spring box.

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