Feeling Fab Subscription Box Review + Coupon – May 2017


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Feeling Fab is a “holistic wellness box handpicked monthly to help you on your journey to a healthier self- mentally, spiritually and physically.” The items support a lifestyle that includes “delicious organic foods, luxurious and ethically sourced body care rituals, and nurturing mindful yoga and meditation practices.”

Reviewed by popular demand!

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

The Subscription Box: Feeling Fab

The Cost: $28.99 plus $4.75 flat shipping fee ($11.99 for Canadian customers) with price breaks for 6 and 12-month subscriptions.

The Products: Each box contains ”a selection of 5-to 7 luxury and full-sized products with a focus on mindfulness, well-being, and self-love. Some of the items include healthy snacks, holistic supplements, clean beauty products, yoga accessories, and supplements.”

Ships to: US & Canada

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The theme for May is “Spring Cleaning.” The products included are to help subscribers “spring clean” their lives and get ready for a “full body reset.”

I like the little card Feeling Fab sent about suggesting this visualization activity for the shower. I’m in the process of moving so I could certainly use less fear and regret!

Feeling Fab includes a card with a list of all the products in their box and their values. I always appreciate when subscription boxes include this information.

100% natural soy wax candles by Mr. B’s Necessities (Lavender Rosemary), 3oz – Value $11.95

This candle has all my favorite candle ingredients: lavender, rosemary, and soy. I love getting candles as I use them all the time and this one smells delicious!

Exotic Pink Himalayan Salt foot soak by LEBotanicals, 4oz – Value $5.00 (8oz sold on site is $10.00)

This foot soak is made from “Himalayan salt, organic peppermint oil, lemongrass oil, glycerine, dried peppermint leaves, dried lemongrass, malto dextrin, glass bottle, [and] Ginger CO2″ and the smell is really amazing. Summer is around the corner and my feet need to look their best so I’m pleased to see this product.

Cleanse Aid tea by Simplicity Teas, 0.5oz – Value $2.50? ($9.99 for 4, 0.5oz teas/month with subscription)

This yummy tea is made from hibiscus, licorice root, peppermint, and fennel. I love hibiscus tea (slightly sweet) and the licorice root is an interesting addition. I’m not sure about the health benefits of all this but the taste was good. I like that it is caffeine free so I can drink it at night too.

Pink Clay and Siberian Cedar Nut Oil by Lyeska1 oz. – Value $10.00

I’m becoming a big Lyeska fan! I love their eye cream and this soap is really great. The ingredients are ”sodium hydroxide [lye], distilled water, Siberian cedar (pine) nut oil, organic olive oil, sustainably harvested palm oil, pink clay, organic essential oil blend (lavender, geranium, sage).” The scent is amazing and it doesn’t leave my skin dry at all. I would even consider using this on my face. Try Lyeska!

Cuccio Somatology Mat Cleaner, 2 oz. – Value $4.95

I don’t have a mat cleaner and frankly, I don’t think about cleaning my mat often (yuck!) so this is a good product for me. The smell is great (eucalyptus and aloe vera) and the description says the spray can extend the life of your mat so that is good too.

Heavenly Hunk Cookies by E&C Snacks1.8 oz. –  Value $1.65 value (buy a 6 oz. bag for $4.99)

In March, I received the Lotta Peanut Loving Chocolate Hunkola by E&C Snacks and I loved it. This cookie, I don’t like at all. I find it too dry and the taste is underwhelming.

Verdict: I enjoy receiving Feeling Fab because I receive products I haven’t seen before and I think everything was nicely curated to the theme. This month the foot scrub, soap and candle were standouts for me and I’ll use everything else except the cookies.

The value this month wasn’t great but it wasn’t terrible either. There was $36.05 worth of products for $33.74 ($28.99 plus $4.75 shipping). It would be great to see Feeling Fab increase that value in upcoming months. I still got to try new items and found some I’d definitely buy again so that makes it okay with me.

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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.

Posted in Canadian Subscription Box Reviews, Feeling Fab Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women| Tags: feeling fab | 3 comments

3 Comments

  1. Yes! Thank you for reviewing this box! This one looked really nice!

  2. I really wanted this sub reviewed and I’m so happy it is. I can’t wait to see next months. I know there wasn’t the most value but the products look nice. Especially the soap!

    • Hi Alex!

      You are correct – the value isn’t exceptional but the products are good quality (and I’d much rather have quality over quantity.)

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