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BuddhiBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – August 2016


BuddhiBox is a monthly subscription box for yogis. Every month, they will send you products to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. They only partner with businesses that follow ethical and conscious standards of production. Additionally, a portion of all boxes sold goes to benefit a nonprofit.


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


The Subscription Box: BuddhiBox

The Cost: $32.95/monthly, $30.95/monthly with a 3-month subscription, $29.95/month with a 6-month subscription, and $27.95/month with a yearly subscription. The quarterly jewelry box is $49.95/quarter or $179/year

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with coupon code buddhiaddiction

The Products: 4-6 full-size items to enhance yoga practice and lifestyle

Ships to: US for $5 and Canada for $10.99

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The reverse side of the quote card lists the items in each month’s package, along with retail values.



BuddhiBox regularly sends two additional cards every month, a vegan recipe and a pose card. This month’s pose is the dragonfly / grasshopper pose. It’s super challenging! The recipe is for Hibiscus Mango Fruit Popsicles.



Buddha Lava Bracelet by Karma Mantra – Value $24

I thought I was done with beads-on-a-stretchy-cord bracelets until I saw this one! This is so beautiful! I love the colors, and the gold accents are so perfect! These are lava beads, and since they come from the center of the earth, they are very grounding. Great for the root chakra!


Orglamix Lip Scrub – Value $2.50

I don’t typically use lip scrubs, but I did try a bit of this one just to see what it was like. It smells amazing and is made with all natural, organic ingredients! It left my lips feeling nice and soft, too.


Boyd’s Farm Refreshing Facial Mist – Value $10

I love this facial mist! It has a variety of organic oils, plus vitamin E, but it doesn’t leave my skin feeling greasy at all. It also has that great, energy-boosting citrus scent.



Auromere Ayurveda Himalayan Rose Soap (plus bonus samples) – Value $5.61

I have tried all three of these products in the past thanks to subscription boxes! The soap works fine, but the smell while using it is a little strong for my tastes. It doesn’t linger, though. The shampoo and conditioner actually leave my hair feeling a little oily.


Tiger Balm Pain Relieving Patch – Value $1.46

I actually received one of these patches in another box earlier this month, how strange! Tiger Balm has long been an important tool in our medicine cabinet. It’s great for relieving muscle pain and soreness! These patches work just great!


Soulful Essence Yoga Bliss Affirmation Roll-On – Value $23

According to the info card, this is a bonus item from their “Favorite Things” collection, and the value listed is $12, but the retail value of this roll-on oil is definitely $23! Double bonus! I received this exact oil in another subscription box, and it works pretty well with affirmations during meditation to help deepen your practice.


Zico Chocolate Flavored Premium Coconut Water Beverage – Value $1.42

This wasn’t listed on the card this month at all, which is a little strange. I like coconut water, but I was skeptical of how chocolate flavored coconut water might taste. I was right to be skeptical.


Also included this month was a coupon for $20 off order of $50+ from Soybu!

Verdict: I am a big fan of BuddhiBox! This month there were a couple of things that were misses for me, but for the most part I liked and will use everything I received. I love the bracelet, too! The value of everything this month totals about $70, which is fantastic for a $38 box! I think BuddhiBox really puts a lot of work into curating solid, high value boxes for their subscribers.

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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.

Posted in Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: buddhibox | 8 comments

Comments (8)

  1. Thanks for the review! I recently bought a past single BhuddiBox that was on sale; the one with the yoga poses book. Like other commenters, I’m a yoga newbie, but am getting addicted fast!
    And I acutally bought a large bottle of the chocolate coconut water online because it was deeply discounted and I also was very highly skeptical, but my husband and I loved it and have since bought more! I don’t like the regular coconut waters at all, and will only chug them if I’m trying to hydrate myself, but I found myself sipping the chocolate one! Super weird.

  2. I am such a yoga newbie, but am fascinated by all the stuff surrounding the practice. Love your review and that you take time to explain it all, plus your “skeptical” line is pure gold! I always appreciate your honesty.

    • Lol! Thanks nursermk!

  3. “I was right to be skeptical.” Ha! I’m imagining how gross that coconut water must be.

    • Haha, true! I also like the phrase “this tastes like it’s good for you,” which I use sometimes…

      • 🙂

  4. Anna: You can use ad essential oils to the lava stones and easily make it an aromatherapy/diffuser bracelet

    • Wow great tip Lily! Thanks!

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