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Goddess Provisions Subscription Box Review – April 2016

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Goddess Provisions is a monthly subscription box filled with “High Vibe Lifestyle Goods.” This subscription is focused on tools to aid in new age spirituality practices such as meditation.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Goddess Provisions

The Cost: $33 per month with discounts for 6 and 12-month commitments

The Products: A mix of 4-6 full-size products such as crystals, apothecary beauty, super food snacks, aromatherapy, tools for spiritual growth, and tea

Ships to: Us for free, $10 to Canada and $20 everywhere else

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April’s theme is “Free Spirit.”


This is the info card that was included in this month’s package, detailing the contents.


Free Botanical Perfume by Good Medicine Beauty Lab (1/2 oz.) – Value $19

I expected this perfume to smell like citrus, but it doesn’t at all. It kind of smells like egg nog! It’s round and deep and a little spicy. I like it, but it will have to be used sparingly.


This coupon for 20% off at Good Medicine Beauty Lab was also included.


Card case by Pixie Mood – Value $18

I really like this card case, even though I don’t usually go for lace motifs. It’s partially made from cork!


Matcha Snakaroons by Laughing Giraffe Organics – Value $6.40

OMG, these look so good. I love matcha and macaroons, so I bet these are awesome. I am trying to kick the sugar habit, though, so I need to not eat these somehow…


Liquid Eyeliner by Eye of Horus Cosmetics – Value $30 (on sale for $24)

This is pretty impressive eyeliner. Its cruelty-free formula won’t smear or budge whatsoever, and it goes on thick and bold.


Here’s an extreme close-up of the swatch I did on my wrist. That’s black, y’all.


Amethyst Cluster – Value $11
(value listed on info card)

I have a few different amethyst crystals in my collection, but this is definitely the biggest! It’s also the deepest purple, which is my favorite color. Amethyst is possibly the best crystal for spiritual and mental functioning, so it’s good to have and use in a lot of different contexts.

Verdict: This was a great package from Goddess Provisions! Even though I probably won’t get to have any of the Snakaroons, I really liked everything and will use everything else. The value of the items totals $84, which is amazing for a $33 box! Way to go, Goddess Provisions!

What do you think of Goddess Provisions?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.

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  1. I have been watching this box since it started and the April box was my first. I thought this box was great but I agree that some of the previous boxes have appeared lacking. My plan is to wait on the spoilers each month as I do with the Vegan Cuts boxes.

  2. I subscribed to Goddess Provisions for a year, starting with their second box. I was so enthused about the idea of a box of this kind. The items have been hit or miss from the get-go. Crystals were about 1″ in the first couple of boxes, with hugely overinflated values given for them on the cards. Anna, the “wedge” of amethyst you received and show in your photo on the canvas bag it came in is at least 2-3 times the size of the “chunk” I received, judging by my stone placed on the same canvas bag for comparison. Plus, the deep purple coloring in your crystal is amazing – and totally lacking in my piece, which is sort of a washed out lavender/clear; a beautiful piece created by Mother Nature, but it doesn’t have the “WOW! Factor” that the crystal in your box packs. I think Goddess Provisions slips their best crystals into the boxes they send to reviewers, hoping to impress & snag new subscribers, because as a subscriber I haven’t gotten anything as stunning (yet) but I received a message from GP advising that subscriber’s feedback rang loud and clear that they wanted larger crystals in their boxes and GP says that they heard those requests and will be complying. I hope so, because I really want to love this sub!

    Yes, this Good Medicine perfume is sort of odd – I smell the eggnog, too, now that you mention it ~ LOL! It dissipates quickly, leaving odd little layers of different varying scents, so much so that I cant “attach a mood” to it. Not one of my fave botanical mixes for sure.

    If you haven’t opened the coconut Snakaroons, yet, DONT! They are delicious and addicting and my husband & I wiped them out pretty fast. The best item in the box!

    I haven’t tried the eyeliner yet, I get so many black liners from other beauty subs.

    I have no real need for the cork card case since my wallet has its’ own slots. The one I received has a black pyramid design on it with a burgundy stripe along the top. I’ll probably just keep it in my desk for keeping various business cards together. I just used a paper clip before, so this pretties up my desk drawer.

    I have another 6 months to go on my sub, and Goddess Provisions will have to seriously up their game to get me to subscribe for a second year at $330.00. Some of the other items I received over the past couple of months were truly sad. A small lapis stone wired to a vinyl cord was called a $25.00 “Chakra Necklace” looked like a school summer camp project; the small red covered lined book stapled together and called “Your Joyologist Journal” with a value of $10.00. No. Just no. This Goddess was not impressed.

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