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U.S. Doctors + Nurses: Get a Free Bundle From FabFitFun

FabFitFun is sending free bundles to U.S. doctors and nurses!

A Gift For Our Healthcare Heroes: Thank you for showing up for us, saving lives, and being on the frontlines during these uncertain times. There are not enough words to fully express our gratitude for you, so we are hoping to speak in the best language we know how — delivering a dose of happiness to your door. We’re donating a specially curated FabFitFun Bundle to U.S. doctors and nurses as a token of our appreciation.

Click here to get the free bundle from FabFitFun.

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Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

Posted in FabFitFun, FabFitFun Box News, Subscription Box News| Tags: fabfitfun | 53 comments

Comments (53)

  1. While everybody that interacts at work with the public is at risk, nurses/EMT’s/Paramedics are literally in the patients faces which increases the risk of contracting the disease substantially. There is a huge difference being a few feet away from someone versus 2-4 inches because you are doing CPR and inserting a breathing tube. I personally performed CPR and had to place a breathing tube into a pt 3 days ago which placed me at extreme risk due to aerosolization of particles directly onto me. There is no way around this when you are trying to save someones life, you have to get up close and personal. Believe me, I would much rather be 4 feet away at a checkout line or dropping a passage off at someones door. You can protect yourself so much better in those type of situations.

  2. It was a kind gesture and I got my box today. I am grateful for my shipment and I also agree that there are so many people who deserve this!

    • How was it? Mines coming Friday, I’m so curious!

  3. I was able to get one before they sold out. Thank you FFF!

  4. It’s awesome that so many companies are doing nice things for Drs and nurses but their are many professions that need to be recognized here that are also risking their health and are just as important. The transportation workers, the grocery employees, mail delivery, food service (A lot of them are still open doing deliveries and are not getting tipped), sanitation department, also the rest of the hospital staff/nursing home /caregiving/EMT/Fire/Police/Security all the way to housekeeping. Let’s not forget the people that still have to work at the manufacturing job being exposed to all their co-workers to keep products on the shelves in grocery stores, and supplies in hospitals. My husband who is a truck driver/(I also have my CDL but I can’t drive right now due to my health) said it is so rough out here due to most rest areas are closed, it’s difficult to find a place to park and sleep for the night, or grab something to eat, or even get a shower. A lot of states have shutdown a huge portion of facilities that we as truckers come to rely on to survive. We can’t just pull our truck through the drive through at a fast food joint to eat, and their are a lot of stores that do not allow trucks to park in their lot to shop (If we could even fit in their anyway lol). It was hard enough before this all happened to be away from our families, and to sleep in a tiny space, and to work 90+ hour weeks every week. Part of why the shelves are bare is there is a huge driver shortage and drivers are going home. It’s not worth staying out in these conditions. I haven’t seen my husband since December and probably won’t see him until the end of summer. I don’t blame them at all. I think companies and people need to start being more aware and look at the larger picture here. Helping Drs and Nurses are great but their are many industries that are vital and people are risking their lives (and their family’s) to keep things running. All these other industries most of the individuals are barely ends meet. Those are people we should be helping. Drs and nurses have a larger income and can afford things where grocery workers, housekeeping, caregivers, truck drivers ect…. is where companies should be donating care packages/or extra funds. I have already sent 11 care packages to my husbands work place to be handed out to the truck drivers when they arrive to the terminal. They had essentials in there like toiletries and snacks. I made up about 50 of them. I will continue doing this as long as I have the extra resources to be able to do it.

    • SO. WELL. SAID….a huge thank you to your husband and every other essential employee risking their lives daily so that the rest of us can try to maintain some sense of normalcy..I am so unbelievably grateful ❤️

      Lots of love from Louisiana ❤️

  5. Sad I missed out on this. How many did they give away?

  6. Lol, trying to keep up with ipsy.

    Although ipsy’s was not great, either. They specified “health care workers” but rejected multiple people who applied for it.

  7. It would be nice if therapists were recognized as well! We may not be there in the beginning but we are key to recovery after the fact! My facility is already taking patients in recovery!

    • Therapists are greatly appreciated. I think they are recognizing those who are risking their lives and the lives of their families by seeing patients…

      • This is not a complaint about the offer- a gift to any front line provider is great! It’s okay that each profession isn’t a recipient each time. All appreciation is appreciated!

        “Therapist” is used by many professions, some of whom are currently risking infection by providing front line care. Respiratory Therapists are as front line as it gets right now! Speech Therapists providing swallowing assessments are certainly at risk. Occupational Therapists & Physical Therapists are also front-line providers who work in hospitals. That isn’t a comprehensive list, just some information to offer a broader perspective. Lots of love to go around for all healthcare providers- many of whom are “risking their lives and the lives of their families by seeing patients.”

  8. Most of the hospital gets forgotten in order to honor doctors and nurses, and while we greatly appreciate what they do there are so many other professions. What about radiology which is the backbone of the hospital since most doctors can’t even diagnose without some sort of radiology exam: chest x-rays, CT, ultrasound, nuc med, etc.

    • I couldn’t agree more! Radiology is key to diagnosis, and Respiratory Therapist are the ones treating (especially the most severe stages). Not to mention all of the support services from lab to EVS and beyond. Obviously, no one in this field does it for recognition, but it’s a bummer when they’re overlooked.

    • Thank you

  9. Nice….but what about the Respiratory Therapists? They are the ones managing vents, on the Code blue team, right on the front line too!

    • Thank you! ❤️

    • There’s a ton of hospital workers that are in line of fire
      And you absolutely right
      But housekeepers Kitchen employee’s
      None that these people have been recognize and are in just as much danger as the doctors and the nurses but less respected

      • yup! There are hospitals full of staff that are going in everyday to keep things operating and they always get overlooked…kitchen, nutrition, environmental services, maintenance, therapies, lab etc etc

  10. And also a big thank you to all of you out there fighting this. May you stay safe. You are in my thoughts.

  11. Did anyone actually get one? I wonder how many they were giving away? They sold out while I was being verified 🤷‍♀️

    • I did get one, I saw it posted on Reddit yesterday.

  12. I know there are bigger things to worry about, but as a Respiratory Therapist managing Covid vent patients right now, I was a little let down that my profession was left out. Then I felt bad for paramedics, emts, PAs, and all the other people dealing directly with this pandemic who were also excluded. Why couldn’t they say healthcare professionals?

    • I was also going to add Respiratory Therapist to the list that should have had a shout out and a bundle. You all are truly on the front line.

      • Thank you. ❤️

      • I was thinking that, but I also thought it may be more difficult to track this so they did what they could. I think it’s very kind of them.
        ❤️ 🙏 to all of you working on the front lines!

      • Very nice thought but not totally thought through
        Respiratory therapist janitorial staff who’s cleaning up after nurses and doctors the kitchen staff putting out food and taking in dirty used food utensils and what about CNA‘s and other non-nurse staff being recognized. My goodness gas station attendees that see dozens of people a day not knowing they’re sick or carrying the virus. The list goes on

      • I hope you know you are appreciated, not only for working in this pandemic, but for the daily work of saving lives that you do! You are a hero!

      • 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰 Thank you so much. I love my job. And while this is crazy stressful, I’m happy that I’m able to help.

    • Thank you for mentioning P.A s, we’re often forgotten!!!❤

  13. Still waiting for the verification email. If they are truly out of bundles, will they email that or just leave us hanging?

  14. Despite getting a code the main page where I signed up for code also now says out of bundles. I seem to be missing out on everything for Registered Nurses.

  15. They just verified that I am a RN, but are out of bundles. Sad.

  16. That was disappointing. I’m a doctor and just got off work and checked my subscription addiction to relax. What a pleasant surprise to see such a thoughtful bundle! After refreshing a few times I got a code… and then learned the bundle is all gone. It’s a nice thought for those who got it though.

    • I got a code and then it said no more available . However I went back to the page where I entered step 1 and entered the code and my address. Then it said I am receiving a bundle. I think if you have a code that means they counted a bundle for you.

      • I’m having trouble finding the right page. I have a code too but I’m linked to the “sorry all out” page.

  17. I just sent my info in, and waiting for it to verify my info. Sent copy of my RN license.

  18. I was able to redeem for my sister with a screenshot of her license and I kept refreshing and doing over when error message came up! And it worked

    • Thank you! I kept refreshing and it worked.

  19. I keep getting an error message. Any chance you could follow up with Fabfitfun about the glitch?

    • Yes I can do that. Can you email me a screenshot of the error message and any info on what browser/ device you are using? Thanks! ([email protected])

      • I’m also getting an error!! 🙁

  20. I’m already a subscriber, but I’m also a nurse in ICU working through this pandemic. When I went to verify my status it said that I was being “too enthusiastic and had already redeemed this offer”. This is the first I’ve heard about it and I was excited. I assume it’s saying that bc I already subscribe but it seems unfair that I get excluded just because I’m already a customer. Maybe I should just cancel my subscription and then try?

    • Use a different email address

  21. It only gives the option for nurses and doctors. What about all the other healthcare workers that are on the front lines?

    • I was thinking the same thing…like social workers, admissions staff, and janitors. They’re equally at risk and their salaries are a barely above minimum wage. It’s a nice gesture to be sure, but all healthcare workers on the front lines are heroes.

    • I was thinking about paramedics and EMTs, too. It doesn’t get any more hands on than that when talking about the front lines.

      • Paramedic’s and EMT’s do have the ability to get a national license. Really easy to verify with just a name as well.

    • I was also thinking that but I think they are doing who they can verify so the creeps of the world don’t swoop in. Perhaps if you send an email with a pic of your hospital badge be it an admin or janitor or anyone with a hospital badge perhaps they will include those types of workers that way? Just an idea.

    • What about CNA’s?

      • I was thinking about CNA’s and patient care techs, EMTs, Paramedics, lab workers, etc. Very nice thought for doctors and nurses, though. Too bad they already ran out of bundles.

      • I am a lab technologist running the tests, also helping take vitals, etc. Whoever needs help I am there but we weren’t recognized. I guess because it is easier to verify nurses and doctors by the verification program?

    • While my sister in-law is RN and think she deserves this. My sisters a LPN and friends in janitorial and kitchens. These are lower paying jobs and frankly less appreciated even though a lot times taking on more risk
      This wasn’t thought through and feels more of PR look at us then actual care and appreciation
      I’m scared for us all. I hope everyone who wasn’t taking this seriously is now
      Stay home. When not glove up mask up
      Wipe your groceries down before bringing them in your house(I think store clerks deserve recognition)
      Be respectful of each other’s personal space. The sooner we do these things sooner we can get back to our new normal

  22. This is so nice.

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