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Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015

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Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Box

Yogi Surprise recently launched a jewelry subscription box, and since I’m a Yogi Surprise fan, I had to sign up for this box too! (This is the second box from the new subscription).

Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 First Look

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Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Items

The Subscription Box: Yogi Surprise Jewelry Box

The Cost: $24.95

COUPON: Use coupon code INSPIRED to save $3.33 off your first month

The Products: 2 handmade yoga-inspired jewelry items, plus one superfood or organic treat

Ships to: US

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Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Info

Each box comes with a card detailing the items included.

Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Necklace

Hamsa Hand Necklace with Pearl and Turquoise Stone – Retail Value $75

(FYI – all retail prices are from the info card, so they may be a little inflated).

This is a beautiful piece. The pearls and beads remind be of the necklace from last month’s box though, so I’m already wondering if this is a box I’ll want longterm.

Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Bracelet

Rose Quartz Lotus Flower Bracelet – Retail Value $49

The beads on both the bracelet and necklace seem to be high quality to me. I like the subtle color differences in the pink beads as well.

Yogi Surprise Jewelry Subscription Box Review – July 2015 Candy

Lovely Candy Co. Chocolaty Fudgee Rolls – Value $3

I think this is the one Yogi Surprise chocolate item I’ve received that isn’t vegan! 🙁 Oh well – my husband has no issues eating dairy, so he’ll get these!

Verdict: I like the Yogi Surprise Jewelry subscription. My only concern is that I’m not sure there will be enough variation in the jewelry items to keep be subscribed long term. While I wouldn’t pay the retail prices listed for the jewelry, I think it’s a good value to get two jewelry pieces and chocolate for $25 a month.

What do you think of the Yogi Surprise Jewelry 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!

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  1. What a bummer, Liz! Cheated out of your snack in TWO boxes this month! 🙂

  2. I agree with lily that bracelets are too big, and my wrists are not too small. It’s pretty, just too big.

    Does anyone know what is the seed used in the necklace?

    • rudraksha seeds, they boost energy.

      • Thanks @HappyWife. I love to read history and story behind them.

        • The benefits have not been proven by science but rudraksha is believed to provide good support for those who are constantly on the move and who eat and sleep in a variety of places. This is because it is claimed to create a cocoon of the wearer’s own energy. It is said that if the situation around one is not conducive to one’s kind of energy, one will experience difficulty settling down. When worn on a mālā, it was also said to ward off and act as a shield against “negative energies”.

          • Thanks @HappyWife! I googled them up as well! I used to only like those sparkling simulated (or fake, or artificial enhanced) pretty stones. But the real (non perfect looking stone) are really appealing, it is more than the looks 🙂

  3. This is my first box and I loved everything! But I do have the chocolates up for swap. They are tempting and sound delicious though. I must have a large wrist because the bracelet fits me perfectly, I wish there was more of them from past boxes up for swap. I would swap generously for them. As for the pearls I think the ones on this mala are twice the size of the other balancing mala, I had to swap generously for that one and the agate mala. I don’t mind having so many. They each have a different purpose and I enjoy using a different one with every meditation. I also give used ones to my loved one once I’ve filled them up with blessings to bless them when they need it. I can see this being a long time sub for myself.

  4. I really love yogi surprise boxes and like the jewelry but am getting so tired of seeing mala beads and beaded bracelets. I get their lifestyle sub box too and actually found that I love the jewelry in there more. I cancelled after I received this month. If there is more variety I’ll consider re-subscribing. Until then, I’ll just enjoy the lifestyle box!

  5. I like this box, yet unfortunately once again the bracelet is to large. So far most of the bracelets dont seem to fit wrists that are smaller then average. The Hamsa Hand Necklace is gorgeous! Even though the beads are similar to other pieces in previous boxes the hand makes the bracelet more special. The candy’s this month, very yummy! The quality of both pieces is good and is above the quality of jewelry pieces I’ve gotten in other boxes. I like this box a lot, yet doubt if I’ll continue the sub because the bracelets being to big.

  6. Seems like the same thing every month. Which is why I cancelled.

  7. I think they got a good deal on certain beads and are using them over and over again. I ate the candy in one sitting. I applaud them for sending something this time that didn’t melt.

    And OT, but have you gotten e-mails from me this week? I’ve sent a couple (including one review and 4-5 new boxes that aren’t in the directory) but wondered if they got shunted into a spam folder or something. (And my apologies for being hasty if the only issue is you being backlogged — I’m sure it takes a lot of work to run this site.)

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