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Wellness Tribe Subscription Box Review + Coupon- March 2017

Shawn Brossart
ByShawn BrossartMar 9, 2017 | 0 comments

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Wellness Tribe
4 overall rating
1 Ratings | 1 Reviews

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 (non-GMO, organic, eco-friendly brands) 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.

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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.)

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The Subscription Box: Wellness Tribe

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

ACTIVE DEAL: Save 15% off any subscription!

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: U.S. and International. Boxes ship the last week of each month.

Check out all of our Wellness Tribe reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box Directory

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Wellness Tribe’s March’s theme is Refresh. This month’s box is packed with items to “rest, rejuvenate, and replenish your mind, body, and spirit.”

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Each box comes with a card identifying, describing and pricing each item. Subscribers can also visit the Wellness Tribe blog for more information on this box.

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From Molly with Love White Sage Spray (4 oz) - Value $17.99

This spray, made with sage oil, rose oil, lemon oil, witch hazel, crystal-infused water and pink Himalayan sea salt, is to be used for cleansing a room and filling it with the positive energy. I’m not really into sage burning so this spray is perfect for me! The smell is light and slightly floral. This can also be used as a body spray which I think is great!

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LVX Nail Laquer (Saint) - Value $18.00

I’m so happy I received this color! It is just beautiful on my nails and it’s a great color as we move into more sunny days here. Plus, the polish dried quickly with a nice sheen. This is a great inclusion for the March box! I love the variety of items in Wellness Tribe.

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AnnMarie Skin Care Restore Sample Kit - Value 10.00 (plus $10 off coupon)

I really liked these products! There isn’t enough to notice a big difference in your skin but they smell really good and my face felt very soft after adding the final oil. The cleanser is a bit liquidy which isn’t a problem unless you spill it (which I did, of course). The key ingredients are Aloe Vera, Coconut Oil, Calendula, and Lemon Essential Oil and it does have a fairly strong (not overwhelming though) citrus smell.

The anti-aging serum, on the other hand, has a very woodsy smell to it. The key ingredients are Rose Distillate, Life Everlasting Flowers, Buddleja Extract, and Hyaluronic Acid.

The anti-aging facial oil (key ingredient are Jojoba Oil, Chia Seed Oil, Goji Berries, Plantago) was my favorite though. My skin felt so soft and I’ve tried many, many different facial oils. This is one of my favorites. There is almost no smell to this – more of a light oily smell than anything. I’d love to buy more of these but they are pretty expensive!

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Kuju Coffee Pocket Pourover Coffee (Angel’s Landing) - Value $2.25

This is a great idea for camping and coffee on the go! We’re going camping next month so I’m excited to use this in the morning. “The Pocket PourOver™ is a 100% Direct Trade coffee-filled, pocket-sized personal brewing system that lets you brew quality coffee wherever you go. No equipment necessary.” Plus, the packet I received is full bodied, which is what I need in the morning.

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Sakari Botanicals Lavender and Cedarwood Bath Salts (2 oz.) - Value $7.00

I don’t typically take baths but the smell of the lavender in this package inspired me! The ingredients are Epsom salts, red cedar, lavender and grapeseed oil. I truly felt pampered when I bathed in these salts. Sakari Botanicals is made and produced by American Indians.

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BōKU Superfoods Organic Omega Trail Mix (1 oz.) - Value $1.33

I kind of liked this blend. I guess I liked everything but the healthiest ingredient, the Sacha Inchi. My husband liked the flavor of this nut but I thought it tasted like nuts do when they get old. This is what the Boku Superfoods site has to say about Sacha Inchi:

Native to South America, Sacha Inchi is commonly referred to as the ‘Inca Peanut’. Although it is commonly referred to as a nut, Sacha Inchi is actually a SEED. This means no red flags for those who are troubled by nut allergies!

  • Sacha Inchi has many body assisting benefits, one of the most pronounced is its protein content. For a ‘nut’ it has 9 g of protein / 28 g (1 oz.
  • Sacha Inchi delivers vitamin E and has more Omega 3 than salmon oil.

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BōKU Superfoods Superfoods Blend (1 oz.) - Value $7.72

I would seriously struggle to describe this stuff myself so I went to BōKU for the description:

BōKU Superfood Legacy Formula is Naturopathic Medical Doctor formulated and includes:

  • 11 Greens (land & sea) including barley grass juice, nettle, broccoli, kale and parsley
  • 10SUPER BERRIES & Exotic sourced FRUIT
  • Mother Nature's Finest - Whole Foods (NO GIMMICKS)

You add it to your smoothies or any beverage. I tried it in water and it was okay tasting for me. However, I must qualify my statement with my love of green smoothies with lots of veggies in them. If you can’t drink your veggies then you might want to add this to a smoothie or some liquid with more flavor.

Verdict: I sound like a broken record with this box but the truth is that I’m always happy with my  Wellness Tribe subscription. The boxes are full of new and interesting products and I feel good using the brands they include due to the use of natural ingredients and ethical, environmental and community business practices. Each month I look forward to receiving this box and I’m almost never let down. I love pretty much everything in this month’s box.

This month’s box contained $64.29 (or $74.29 if you use include the coupon) worth of great products for a $45.00 box (month to month subscription). The value is always great for me since I love the products they sent.

What do you think of Wellness Tribe this month?

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Each month you will receive a care package of 5-8 premium wellness products designed to nourish your mind, body and spirit. Boxes will include new items each month ranging from natural body products and organic food items, to healthy living practices curated by our Wellness Expert.
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.

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