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Zen Box by Jen Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2016

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ZenBox by Jen is a New Age subscription services that focuses on all things zen.  Subscribers will receive items such as teas, bath salts, coloring pages, sage bundles, and guided meditations, all curated around a theme.


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: ZenBox by Jen

The Cost: $25 for a one-time box, or $22.50 per month

COUPON: Use code MSA10 to save 10% off your first box!

The Products: A box filled with items designed to help in your practice of mindfulness and to attain zen, all curated around a theme

Ships to: US for free and Canada for an additional cost

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This is the information card that was included, listing the contents of the package. July’s theme is “Freedom.” Fitting!


Yogi Teas – Value about $0.50 each

I have tried all three of these Yogi teas before, and I love Yogi teas in general. Yogi teas tend to have a robust flavor.

Lara Bar (Apple Pie) – Value about $1.50

I am a fan of Lara bars because they contain only whole, natural ingredients with no added sugars. They are pretty high in carbs due to the dried fruit (for those who care), which is probably why they’re so delicious!


Essential Oil Insect Repellent – Value ?

This essential oil insect repellant smells like citronella, as you would expect. It’s a custom item, so I don’t have a good value for it, I’m afraid. I am all about using essential oils as bug repellants, but on a recent review a reader commented that they may be very harmful or fatal to cats, so please be careful with your oils!


“By The Lake” Natural Soap Bar – Value ?

This little chunk of soap made the entire box smell great even before I opened it! The patchouli is the overarching scent, but it’s well balanced by the lemongrass. This is another custom item.



Throwing Stones – Value ?

These little stones are cute. The idea is to focus on something that is holding you back while holding the “Let Go” stone, and then throw it away. The other stone represents your hopes and dreams for the future, and that stone is meant to hold on to and draw strength.

Verdict: This was another cute box from ZenBox by Jen! I think most everything fit the theme pretty well, and the contents could definitely add to one’s zen experience. I think the exercise with the stones could be particularly meaningful for some. That being said, I think there are other new age type boxes that provide a better value for the cost. 

What do you think of ZenBox by Jen?

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 also don’t see the value. Would love to see something better curated , and with a higher value. Examples maybe some wirewrapped crystal pendants , dream pillows, sachets made with lavender

  2. Jen here, owner of ZenBox by Jen! Thank you for any and all feedback, it is truly appreciated. Do you have any suggestions as to what you might like to see in a box of this nature? Improving my business is so important to me! Thanks so much! – Jen

  3. The value of this is well below the $25 cost. Thanks so much for reviewing, but not interested.

    • So sorry to read this! This is Jen here, do you have any helpful suggestions or specific items you’d like to see in a box like this? I appreciate all feedback!

  4. Sorry, Anna, but this looks like a box of junk to me. Even at $10 or $15 I would not buy. There is no real curation/unique sourcing and everything looks super cheap 🙁

  5. Jen really likes her zig zag scissors.

    The sunset stone is so pretty, I don’t think I’d be able to throws it in a body of water!!

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