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Wellness Tribe Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2016

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Note from Liz: I’m so happy to introduce our newest reviewer to the MSA team! Welcome, Shawn!

Wellness Tribe is a monthly recurring subscription dedicated to delivering well-being in a box. Each month you will receive a care package of 5-8 natural products and practices hand selected by a Wellness Expert and Eastern Medicine Physician.  Each month’s items are selected to work together to enhance your level of well-being.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Wellness Tribe

The Cost: $39.95 per month plus shipping $5.00 US, $10 Canada, and $20 International.  There is a price break with 3 month and 12 month prepaid subscriptions.   

COUPON: Save 15% off any subscription with code WELLNESSADDICTION15!

The Products: Each month you will receive a care package of 5-8 natural wellness products curated to refocus and refuel your body, mind and spirit. Boxes will differ each month but may include natural body products, organic food items and snacks, luxe wellness essentials and informative health practices. 

Ships to:  US and International.  Boxes ship the last week of each month.

Check out the Women’s Subscription Box Directory and make sure to add the Wellness Tribe box to your subscription list or wish list!


This month’s theme is Renew.  The box contains items to help subscribers embrace the season and tips to renew the mind, body and spirit. 


Each box comes with a card identifying, describing and pricing each item.  Subscribers can also download the Renew Guide on the Wellness Tribe website for tips and a recipe to help embrace this month’s theme.


My box came with a handwritten note from the founders welcoming me to the “tribe”.


Let me just say that at this point I was already in love with this box.  Was it the pretty paper or the personalization, you ask?  No, it was the smell.  As soon as I opened the box, the most pleasant and sweetly floral, but not in overpowering, smell greeted me and put a smile on my face. I didn’t know yet what the smell was from but I was sure I needed more of it in my life. 


Intelligent Nutrients Renewing Oil Serum (travel size) – $33

This is a light oil for the face, neck and décolleté made from organic oils such as safflower, argan, kernel, grape, raspberry seed, pumpkin, black cumin and acai.  The scent is earthy with a slight citrus note and it’s just lovely.  I love using oils on my face and body.  Intelligent Nutrients (great name, right?) says this oil “removes the red, relights the brightness, plumps to unline and firm, and makes elasticity bounce back for a what-did-you-do-differently radiance.


Bounce Super Vitality Burst – $3

This gluten and dairy free snack is made with cranberries, goji berries, raspberries and coconut and it is yum!  It has 170 calories, 5 grams of fat and 4 grams of protein.  I ate it before my workout this morning and wanted another one right afterward but I’m pretty sure you’re not supposed to each them that way. 


Made from Earth Vitamin E + Citrus Body Wash – $13

This is an organic shower and body gel with Vitamin E.  It’s a little on the thicker side when it comes from the bottle but it left my skin nice and soft.  The smell is a very citrus-y which comes from organic limes, lemons and oranges.  I think this would be great to wake you during your morning shower but I’d probably prefer something more calming in the evening.  There is a seal on this bottle in case you want to gift or exchange it but this is organic, holistic and chemical free so really, why would you? 


Natty Naturals Bohemian Collection Herbal Facial Steam – $13

The card describes this items as a “deliciously soothing blend of botanicals and herbs useful for purifying, cleansing and hydrating skin for a healthy natural glow.”  Delicious is right!  I found my favorite item.  This can be used for a facial steam or in the bath (after mixed with hot water and strained). 


Good Stuff Cacao Original – $5

This item is made with raw organic cacao and raw Michigan honey and that’s all folks.  It is gluten free, soy free, dairy free, has no GMOs and is a product of fair trade!  The taste starts off with a sweet honey flavor and finishes with a more savory, bitter cocoa flavor.  It’s definitely a stronger taste but we opened the package last night and my hubby took the rest with him to work this morning. 


S.W. Basics of Brooklyn Exfoliant Sachets – $3

This exfoliant is a mix of organic oat and almond flours with mineral-rich sea salt.  After mixing the product with water (or you can use a cleanser), I gently massaged the paste into my face and left if on for a few minutes.  My face felt soft and smooth afterward.  I’m a fan of most of S.W. Basics of Brooklyn’s products – they are simple and effective. 


Aura Cacia Renew Essential Oil Blend – $10

This minty citrusy oil blend is to help “mend, restore and rejuvenate your spirit and refresh your home.” They suggest rubbing it on your hands and then inhaling to improve mood but I can also see using it in my diffuser during the day.  The blend of oils include Sweet orange oil, Lemon oil, Grapefruit oil, Pine oil, Spike Lavender oil, Peppermint oil.  I’m a huge fan of essential oils so I’m happy to add this to my stash. 

Verdict:  Wellness Tribe did a great job curating this box and I really enjoyed all the products.  This is definitely a nice subscription with enough item variation that it would make a great gift for someone into holistic and natural products.   The value is definitely there too with a total of $80 in items for the $39.95 (plus $5.00 shipping) monthly price. 

What do you think of the items Wellness Tribe sent this month?

Written by Shawn Brossart

Shawn Brossart

Shawn is a recent subscription box addict but when she fell, she fell hard. She can’t resist a bargain so she receives all kinds of boxes. Her current favorites are natural, holistic, and health and fitness related.

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. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. The curation was surprisingly well done for the price. Got me very tempted because I love S.W. Basics but there’s no way I’m giving my money to a company that considers their subbies “part a of the tribe.” Oh well, more money in my pocket lol.

  2. They sell those Bounce balls at Trader Joes – I looove them!!

    • Uh oh, I’m in trouble. They are really good!

  3. Just to let you know, there’s no such thing as something that is “chemical free”. Chemicals are the building blocks of everything on earth. They’re also not good or bad, that depends on the chemical and dosage. I’m sorry, I’m not trying to be mean, I just think that’s important to mention, since terms like chemical and toxic, etc. are thrown around by marketers with little regard to their meaning in context.

  4. This box looks amazing! It might be worth it to try that renewing oil serum! Hmmm… Time to check the bank account.

  5. Want!

  6. Loved the review!! That renewing oil and the vitamin gel item looks to amazing!!!!

    • Thanks Kiara! I’m really loving the renewing oil.

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