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Goddess Provisions Subscription Box Review – January 2017

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Goddess Provision 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 longer 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: U.S. for free, $10 to Canada and $20 everywhere else

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January’s theme is “Manifest Your Dream Year.” I have already been working really hard to make 2017 the best year ever, so hopefully this will help!


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



House of Intuition Clarity Bath Bag – Value $8

This is a bath and shower tea. You fill up the included bag with herbs and salts, then place it in your bath or shower. It smells great! It has lemongrass and peppermint in it, both of which I find invigorating.



Ommie Snacks Cherry Chocolate Bar – Value $2.50

This snack bar is full of seeds, dried fruit, and chocolate chips. It was a litle too sweet for my tastes, and I was kind of disappointed that I didn’t really taste any chocolate. It does have lots of nice ingredients in it, though.


Your Joyologist Pin Set – Value $10

These are cute, but I probably won’t wear them, unfortunately. I can’t see wearing something with the F word on it around children or in polite company, and the other two don’t really resonate with me. I might keep the Gratitude one. The others are destined for friends. I’m a little bummed – Goddess Provisions has sent out some really clever pins in the past!


Awaken Essential Oils Throat Chakra Blend – Value $18

With geranium and mint essentails oils, this roller was a little pungent for me when I first put it on, but after a few minutes, it mellowed into something quite nice. It is a throat chakra blend, which is good for communication. It also has a lovely meditation written on the back of the included card.


Tree to Tub Soapberry Shampoo – Listed Value $5

I love Soapberry! It works really well for an all-natural product. This shampoo smells great and didn’t dry out my hair. And by the way, Tree to Tub also has a subscription box!


This 30% off coupon for Tree to Tub was also included.



Jacq’s Organics Masque & Scrub – Value $17.50

This mask smells great and was very “tingly” when I was using it. It’s hard to tell how helpful it was after just one use, but it did leave my skin feeling soft and smooth. Unfortunately, clay masks tend to dry my skin out, so I will probably use the rest of it in summer. My skin is super dry right now!


Black Dress Wild Heart Patch – Listed Value $6

This patch is so cute! This is the kind of clever adornment I have come to expect from Goddess Provisions. I can definitely find a spot on my jacket for this.


Amethyst & Garnet Pendulum – Listed Value $22

This is a really unique item! I have been meaning to get a pendulum for a while now. Thanks to Goddess Provisions, I now have a crystal ball, a wand, and a pendulum! I actually really love amethyst and garnet, they are two of my favorite stones.

Verdict: Goddess Provisions is awesome, and this was yet another well-curated box from them! I didn’t really like the snack, and the pins are not for me, but everything else in the box was a win. I love the pendulum! The value of everything totals $89, which is incredible for a $33 box! They alwas seem to provide a great value for the cost.

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. The pendulum was a surprise! I thought it was a necklace at first. I love the weight of it in my hand. And I actually liked the bar, and I usually hate most energy type bars. I am wearing the throat chakra oil, and the scent is great on me. Even my daughter noticed it when she came in and cuddled with me a minute, before running off again. I haven’t tried the shampoo, but it smells amazing! I love that they included on of the tree nuts in the bag! Speaking of smelling amazing, the Clarity Bath Bag is also beautiful. This was a box with lovely and diverse scents. I approve! Personally, I don’t like the pins with the f word on them. For one of them, I disagree with the message. I do both my shoulds and wants, and think they are both an important part of a person’s character. Many of my shoulds keep me and my family well. And, there are so many powerful and creative words in the world that deserve more use and praise than low language. There are better choices for how to express things. So, they will be recycled.

  2. Honestly, people being offended by the pins kind of gave me a giggle, as there are certainly other issues in the world to be 100 percent more offended about. I don’t find them to be negative a lot of people use the word “fuck” even in a positive way.

    • Amen! 👍🏼

    • Agreed!

  3. I didn’t find the pins negative at all, and really appreciated the sentiments. As someone who struggles with anxiety, I thought the pins were pretty encouraging. I don’t know how often I’ll wear them, since I don’t really wear pins and probably wouldn’t want to wear them to school/work/most places, but I have been thinking about making a scrapbook sort of thing with inspiration and I will probably put the pins in there.

    You could also put them on a bag or jacket with many other buttons and they would seem less significant, or you could keep them in your room/on a wallet/somewhere where most people wouldn’t see them.

    Aside from that, I really liked the box. Haven’t tried the snack yet, but the pendulum is an amazing addition and I have been meaning to get a pendulum and just hadn’t gotten around to it. My other favorite item is the bath soak. I take baths a lot to relax, so I’m definitely looking forward to using it.

    I hope in the future there are more essential oil blends I can use in my diffuser, maybe something to do with tarot because I’m a tarot junkie, and more crystals.

    I think it’s hard to please everyone with boxes like this because there are some people who are very into witchcraft and the occult who want things that are a bit more spiritual or darker, and there are people who subscribe to this for things like snacks, essential oil blends, and crystals, but aren’t necessarily into the occult. Neither is wrong, but personally I’m into witchcraft and I wish they would include more spiritual/dark/occult stuff but I know many people wouldn’t like that.

    • If this box started offering an occult variation, I would buy it SO FAST!

    • I also want more witchcraft /occult items, as this is the reason I bought a subscription. Forget the food. Blegh.

  4. Nice box for the price. I don’t care that they put the F word since the message was still positive and I don’t have children, but why pins?? A nice bracelet or pretty hair pins would have been a nicer addition to this cute box(except the pins)..

  5. I don’t fond those pins offensive. I don’t even find them necessarily negative. I see how they could be quite empowering. Yup, they’re not very “nice girls” but not all goddesses are “nice girls”.

    I understand how some could find the language or sentiments objectionable. Maybe in instances like this subs could give a heads up in case someone feels strong enough about this to skip the box or cancel the sub.

    • I agree! I actually like the pins a lot. I don’t find them negative at all. Maybe a little bit angry? But it’s not bad to be angry sometimes. In fact, I think there are times when you SHOULD get at least a little angry, and I think if you look at the goddesses of old, you’d see they felt the same way 😉

  6. Hi, Anna, thanks for the great review of this months Goddess Provisions box!

    The Soapberry shampoo bottle is tiny, but I found that a little goes a long way with a decent lather, too.

    I agree with your take on the inclusion of the “f-word” pins, as I was shocked to receive them myself. Personally, I find the statements espoused on those two particular pins to be negative and angry. I don’t imagine seeing many Goddesses broadcasting these messages from their lapels – not in polite company anyway, as you commented. I question why Goddess Provisions would add such a downer item to a “positive vibe box”? I’m bummed about it, too.

    I’m amassing quite a collection of oil blends from GP. A few months ago they also included an AdoraTherapy Chakra Boost “I Speak” oil in the box, which was supposed to aid us in speaking our truth, like this month’s oil blend is for “supporting clear self-expression”. I hope next month’s theme focuses on Love and Attraction for Valentines Day, with an appropriate oil for Love!

    The fruit & seed bar was very sweet – and the texture was a little funky. I felt like I was eating a gooey treat stolen from a bird feeder!

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