Feeling Fab Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 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.”

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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 June is “Holistic Health.” The products included are to help subscribers address “imbalance on all levels: physical, emotional, and spiritual” and to bring these levels into alignment.

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

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Obsidian and Tassel Stretchy Bracelet with Wood Beads and Handmade Tassels by Drishti Handmade – Value $20.00

This bracelet is so pretty! I will wear it often. The colors go with everything, and if the obsidian works by removing negativity, then it will be even better. I couldn’t find this exact bracelet on the Etsy site for Drishti Handmade, but they offer similar styles that combine gemstones and wood beads for $20.00 (which is also the price given by the info card).

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Aromatherapy Headache Relief Roll-On by Mr. B’s Necessities, 0.5 oz – Value $11.95

I received another Mr. B’s Necessities product in an earlier Feeling Fab box, and I liked it a lot. This headache relief roll-on is great for travel and uses jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, peppermint, lemon, and eucalyptus essential oils to assist with headache relief.

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Organic Lemongrass Coconut Oil by All Good Products, 2 fl oz. – Value $5.49

Coconut oil smells even more amazing with lemongrass. That was a nice addition! I like this size for travel and will use it for both me and my daughter as an after-shower skin moisture retainer.

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Essential Oil Towelettes by Herban Essentials, 7 ct – Value $7.00

At a dollar per towelette, these are not inexpensive, but they smell delicious and will be great for our upcoming 35-hour car trip! I love that they are naturally antibacterial and antiseptic.

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Trail Mix by All Good Provisions, 2 oz. – Value $3.91 (Buy a 6 pack on All Good Provisions’ site)

This fruit and nut trail mix has “organic jumbo Thompson raisins, organic roasted salted pumpkin seeds, organic domestic almonds, organic walnuts, organic Goji berries, organic dried sweetened cranberries, organic mulberries”–yum! This is just plain and simple goodness.

Verdict: I enjoy receiving Feeling Fab, because I receive products I haven’t seen before and everything is nicely curated to the theme. I love the bracelet this month, especially, but I will use everything in the box, so I’m a happy camper! The value isn’t bad either. There was about $48.00 worth of products for $28.99 plus $4.75 shipping which is pretty good for a box like this. I get to try new items and usually find some I’d buy again.

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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 | 4 comments

4 Comments

  1. Everything in that box looks wonderful. I wonder how well the Aromatherapy Headache Relief Roll-On by Mr. B’s Necessities works. My boyfriend has a brain tumor and gets the worst headaches from it. I wonder if it would help him.

  2. Wonder if that headache Oil actually works? And are the towelettes for the face or hands??

    • Hi Missy.

      I typically use towelettes for my hands unless they say they are face wipes. Plus, eucalyptus near the eyes sounds painful! 🙂 The Herban Essentials says, “Take us everywhere!” and suggests using these to wipe counters, phones, and keyboards, or as a post workout freshen up, to clean up feet, etc.

      There is some evidence that peppermint (and other minty) oils can help with tension headaches; however, there is not a large body of research in this area. This remedy has been used in homeopathic medicine for a long time.

  3. I like this box and would use everything. I always have a hard time paying for shipping though. It’s weird. If they added it to the cost and it wasn’t separate I probably would t hesitate. But the value is there. Those towelettes look nice and the coconut and the headache oil are fabulous.

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