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Goddess Provisions “Sacred Self-Care” Review – January 2020

Goddess Provisions is a monthly wellness subscription box filled with “high vibe lifestyle goods” meant to aid in new-age spirituality practices such as meditation, intention-setting, and energetic healing, as well as general holistic health.

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.)

About Goddess Provisions Wellness Subscription Box

The Subscription Box: Goddess Provisions

The Cost: $33 per month with discounts for longer commitments

The Products: A mix of 5-7 full-size products such as crystals, apothecary beauty, superfood snacks, aromatherapy, tools for spiritual growth, and tea

Ships to: The U.S. for free, $15 to Canada and $25 everywhere else

Goddess Provisions “Sacred Self-Care” January 2020 Review


The box comes with a short but informative booklet that outlines all of the goodies included this month. It also advertises a new self-care oracle and guidebook that is coming soon. On the back, you’ll find “Divine Details” about all the great things that come with your subscription as well as their other digital subscription available.


Rose Quartz Gua Sha Tool – Listed Value $33.00

Gua Sha has been used for a long, long time in Eastern beauty but it seems like only within the last few years has been popular here in the States. I’ve added this treatment on to a facial at my spa in the past but it can be done at home as well if you have the right tool like this one. The curves in the polished rose quartz fit perfectly against your cheek and neckline so that it can be glided across your face in upward movements for lymphatic drainage, releasing tension, and boosting circulation. Best used with an oil or serum for slip, you can find a visual guide here, or simply search for a video online. I love that this one came in its own box to keep it safe and it feels like a great solid piece. The best thing to remember is to keep it clean before and after use. Since you’ll be using it on cleansed skin, you don’t want old oils or dirt to be transferred.


Blue Lotus Chai Traditional Masala Chai, 0.5 oz. – Retail Value $8.50

I enjoy getting chai lattes from my local cafe when the weather starts getting chilly but I’ve never made it at home before. I like that this pouch came with a small wooden spoon to measure out the chai powder and the directions on the back are super easy to follow. I mixed hot water with 2 scoops of chai powder, and then added the same amount of hot milk to make a creamy latte. It has a wonderful amount of spice and I also added a little bit of agave syrup to sweeten. The perfect drink for chilly days!


Sahara Rose Divine Beauty Serum, 1 oz. – Retail Value $36.00

It’s been a while but I’ve received Sahara Rose products in beauty boxes in the past and have had a lovely experience with them. This beauty serum has a pleasant botanical scent made with essential oils like orange, geranium, lavender, German chamomile, and bergamot to name a few. The oil feels rich without being too heavy and absorbs into the skin quickly. What’s left is soft skin that looks healthy and hydrated. This is a great product to use along with the gua sha tool that also came in the box this month!


Insight Editions Self-Care Journal – Retail Value $12.79

I was kind of excited to see this since I’ve been meaning to start some sort of journal lately. This is the perfect opportunity since I won’t need to take the extra step to actually purchasing one. This small notebook has a pretty pearlescent cover with an illustration of a geometric terrarium with some plants inside. On each page inside the book, you’ll find a place to “record” on the left and “reflect” on the right. On the left, you’ll set your intention for the day, write down how long you slept, what kind of dreams you may have had, what you ate for each meal, how much water you drank, how much you exercised, and other activities you may have done. On the right, there are spots to tick how you physically felt, things that were fun or relaxing, things that were hard of stressful, kind things you did for yourself, moods, notes, and other thoughts. I think guided journals can be a really great way to get in tune with your mind and body so I’m pumped to start using this! Although I’ve missed the first half of the month, I’ll be able to jump right in since the pages are open-ended so I can fill in the date.


MyTagalongs Blue Lace Agate Gem Pouch – Listed Value $25.00

One can never have too many pouches, amirite? This soft cushioned zipper pouch features a beautiful blue and pink blue lace agate gemstone pattern that is photorealistic. The zipper is a sturdy rose gold metal that keeps all of your treasures inside safely. It measures six inches long by four inches high so there is room for purse essentials like hair ties, nail files, feminine care, lip balm, etc. Basically all those little items that can get lost in the bowels of your bag can be organized neatly here so they are easy to find. The squishy fabric keeps things protected as well.


Pink Opal Gemstone – Listed Value $5.00

She is small, but pink opal is known as the heart chakra stone and will help with emotional balance as well as calm the holder. According to “It’s a perfect stone for someone to carry if they are struggling with any sadness, especially that of a broken heart”. While I feel pretty lucky at this point in time with dealings of the heart, I’ll be keeping this at my crystal altar to call on when needed.

Digital Bonus: Manifest Miracles E-Book by Zoey Arielle Poulsen – Listed Value $12.00

Thie final item is a bonus digital e-book called “Manifest Miracles” which promises to help you attain goals through the “law of attraction” in which a positive mindset attracts positive experiences and a negative mindset attracts negative experiences. It sounds a little hokey, but I do believe that positive thought can be extremely helpful. The book is a short 42 pages, so it’s a quick read and one that can at the very least put you in the right mindset to accomplish more.

The Verdict: I am all about Goddess Provisions this month! I think they did a wonderful job curating a box for the new year and decade for a fresh start. I love every single item in this box and it’s quickly becoming a new fave. The six items I received have a retail value of $120.29 (not counting the $12 digital bonus book) which is well over the $33.00 cost.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, but sign up today to receive February as your first box (which starts shipping Feb 6th). This Sacred Self-Care box is still available here as a one-time purchase for $44.00.

Value Breakdown: At $33.00 for this box, here’s what you’re paying for each item:

  • Gua Sha: $9.05
  • Chai: $2.33
  • Beauty Serum: $9.88
  • Journal: $3.51
  • Pouch: $6.86
  • Pink Opal: $1.37

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Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a lipstick connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. She loves discovering new clean beauty brands and has quite the collection of beautifully packaged serums and moisturizers.

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Comments (5)

  1. Goddess Provisions was my favorite box for a few months, but I am now on the fence about it as well as it isn’t necessarily my “type” of stuff. Most of the items haven’t really excited me lately. That being said, I do disagree with some of the other comment that was posted before mine. The digital download is considered a bonus, and I, at this point, need as little material stuff coming into my home as possible (although if it all fits in a GP box, it isn’t that big, I guess). This pouch is different from most of the supposedly “free” pouches that we get in other subscriptions, but I absolutely agree that it is not worth $25.

    I wish that GP would release spoilers *prior* to billing us. I guess I should cancel each month and then only resubscribe after I see spoilers. Is that what other people do? GP doesn’t run out of stock usually?

    • You can often find spoilers early on their blog! There are two February spoilers there now. They look pretty good, but Feb has an amethyst theme and I’m a sucker for amethyst!

      • Oh, thanks for the information! I am also a sucker for amethyst! I wish it were my birthstone, but I’m stuck with yellow topaz. 🙁

  2. I’m on the fence with respect to this box. It’s a sweet box, but way overpriced. I can’t imagine that most people appreciate receiving an ebook in a subscription box – opening the box and receiving real stuff is the fun of it, not downloadable stuff, that’s just a letdown. And with all the free pouches floating around the subscription box world, who needs another pouch? and nice as it is, a 25-dollar one? – I mean, come ON. I thought last month’s box was much better, but I’m still not ready to re-subscribe. It’s just too much money for not enough in return, as charming as this box can be.

    • I hear you about the digital book, but they don’t really include it as part of the value of the box. It’s more of a bonus if that helps at all. 🙂

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