Goddess Provisions Subscription Box Review – June 2017
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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June’s theme is “Mother Gaia.” The products are listed visually here…
…and described on the back of the card.
4Ocean Bracelet – Value $20.00
I love the concept of this bracelet, especially in a box focused on the earth. This bracelet is made from recycled glass and plastic bottles, and each bracelet purchased funds the removal of one pound of trash from the ocean. Unfortunately, it’s going to take a whole lot of bracelets to clean up Earth’s oceans, but every little bit helps! What a great initiative!
The bracelet itself is light and comfortable. I especially like that the beads don’t go all the way around the bracelet—it’s way more comfortable to wear at my desk or while typing because I can rest the exposed thread part against my laptop. There’s far less clanging and clacking while I type than there would be had the beads gone all the way around the design!
Golden Earth Chakra Oil, 3.5 ml – Value $26.00
I love the pyramid shape of this rollerball’s packaging! The golden colors, which correspond to chakra 3 (the Solar Plexus or “Manipura” chakra), are really compelling, too.
This aromatherapeutic oil is all about inspiring balance, confidence, and trust. The scent reminded me almost of a grassy, rosy perfume—it’s a very rich, beautiful scent made from neroli and citrine.
This soap is crafted using over 19 different ayurvedic herbal oils and extracts, including tulsi, sandalwood, turmeric, and Himalayan rose. There’s a little sheet tucked inside the box that explains the key ingredients and their benefits.
This natural, handmade, vegan soap feels lovely rolling around in my hands. It has a creamy vanilla scent with almost almond-like notes. It’s meant to be gentle on dry skin, and it left my hands feeling soft and clean. I found myself smelling them after using it!
Tuore Naturals Conditioning Lip Oil, 5 ml. – Value $6.00
I’ve tried my fair share of natural lip balms and glosses, but this is the first oil I’ve tried that’s specifically for lips. The formula goes on so lightly that it took me a moment to realize it was on. But immediately, it started sinking into my lips, giving them a velvety soft, rejuvenated feeling without any of the stickiness or slipperiness that usually come with lip products. The scent is lovely, too—the ylang ylang gives the gentle orange scent a really floral tone that was super unique and really pretty.
Shanti Bar in Mulberry, 2 oz. – Value $2.50 (Buy a 12 pack for $29.99 on Amazon)
As a (mostly) vegetarian eater, I like keeping protein bars in my house or around my office desk to help me get the nutrients I’m missing from meat. I’d never heard of this brand before, but wow was it tasty!
The bar is dense and moist with chunks of nuts that give it a nice bite. The flavor is amazing, too—its not very fruity at all, but instead tastes rich and almost savory. The kicker is the spicy chocolate, which heats up a few bites in. So good!
Urban Moonshine Digestive Bitters, 15 ml. – Value $7.99
This is such a cool “first aid” item to have on hand in my medicine cabinet. According to the label, you just spritz these bitters into your mouth and let them work their magic. They smell herby and spicy-sweet, and help clear up stomach troubles naturally. The bottle is small enough to pack in a pocket or purse, too, if you’re heading out for taco night or a big BBQ and want to keep your tummy feeling happy.
Crystal Heart in Lepidolite – Listed Value $18.00
I love this little crystal! It sits so nicely in the palm of my hand, and the purple color is gorgeous. According to the info card, this stone promotes patience, relaxation, and trust in times of transition. I’m excited to use this stone as something to focus on during my meditation practice.
Verdict: I really enjoyed my first-ever Goddess Provisions box! There was approximately $83.00 of product inside, which is pretty darn good for a $33 box. I was a little worried that the items would be too “woo” for me, but they’re actually surprisingly practical. Even if you’re not convinced by the more metaphysical items, such as the chakra oil, I think you’d at least enjoy the gorgeous scent (which could act as perfume). I’m definitely at the beginning of my “goddess” journey, but this box is helping me adopt a bit more of a “high vibe” lifestyle in an approachable, cool way!
What do you think of Goddess Provisions?