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Goddess Provisions “Crystal Energy” Review – March 2021

Goddess Provisions
3.9 overall rating
35 Ratings | 7 Reviews

Goddess Provisions is a monthly wellness subscription box filled with “high vibe lifestyle goods” aimed to aid in new-age spirituality practices such as meditation, intention-setting, and energetic healing, as well as general holistic health. It costs $33.00 per month and ships to the U.S. for free.

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: $33.00 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, Canada for $15.00, and everywhere else for $25.00

Goddess Provisions “Crystal Energy” March 2021 Review

 

The box comes with a short but informative booklet that outlines all of the items inside and discloses the theme. This month’s theme is “Crystal Energy”.

 

Crystal Stickers – Listed Value $5.00

I am so excited for this month’s crystal energy theme. Let’s jump right in! Our first items are these cute crystal stickers made exclusively for Goddess Provision subscribers. This month, all items have been made exclusively for GP subscribers, actually! Decorate your planner, notes, or mobile devices with this fun sticker sheet.

 

Crystal Bar Soap Bath Bomb – Listed Value $10.00

You guys already know how I’m starting this off. I don’t have a tub so couldn’t try this out (wahh!) but I’m SO excited to try it when I sneak to my mom’s and use her jetted tub haha! Without even opening the package, I could smell the scent of lavender, spearmint and eucalyptus. This bomb not only has a colorful surprise, it also has a hidden crystal inside! Looking forward to a true indulgence. This item includes a 20% off coupon to be used at Crystal Bar Soap!

 

Spirit Stone Crystal Grid Microfiber Cloth– Retail Value $7.00

With all of the electronics that we use today, there’s always room for one more microfiber cloth. This cloth portrays a crystal grid filled with energy of quartz, garnet and calcite. Clean & energize while doing it- multifunctional! A 15% off coupon was included to be used at Spirit Stone.

 

Goddess Provisions Rose Quartz Eye Soother – Retail Value $40.00

I recently have started treating myself to monthly facials and LOVE them! So my face lit up when I saw this eye soother included in this month’s box. Put this in the fridge, and then use light pressure around your eyes to minimize dark circles and reduce swelling. This tool really did soothe and relieve pressure around my sinus areas. It’s also such a beautiful piece! I love the pink and marble color and texture.

 

Goddess Provisions Crystal Ritual Water Bottle, 7.77 fl oz – Retail Value $44.00

I have saved my personal favorite in this month’s box for last! I’ve been wanting a really nice water bottle for a while. I, of course, have the dingy plastic ones that I use when I workout, but I wanted a cute bottle that says “I stay hydrated while I work and play,” and this is it! It’s literally so perfect, you guys.

 

The bottle comes with rose quartz crystals.  You put the crystals in the bottom portion of the water bottle, and put your water in the top portion.  You can use it as drinking water, water your plants, etc. You can also use your own crystals at the bottom of the cup!

*Digital Bonus*  Healing with Crystals 

The digital bonus this month is a 40 page guide on how to feel the energy of the crystals that you choose and that choose you.  You enter your email as asked, and then you are redirected to the Healing with Crystals document. There is even an option to save in dropbox for a later read. I haven’t read the entire thing just yet, but so far I really like that there are exercises included such as breathing and sensitivity.

Verdict: I loved this month’s box! Crystals have become one of my favorite items to collect, so even the digital bonus was exciting for me. The water bottle was so impressive! I’ve never seen a water bottle that had crystals included to energize your water.  You can also add your own fave crystal or manifestation! I received approximately $106.00 worth of items this month. For $33.00 per month, I think the value was phenomenal.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive next month’s box. From Goddess Provisions:

Once subscribed, your box will ship during the first week of each new month. First time subscribers will be shipped to by the 20th of the month. We’ll email you a tracking number when your box ships.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $33.00 per month, which means each of the 6 items (including the digital course) has an average cost of $5.50!

Check out all of our Goddess Provisions reviews and our favorite yoga boxes to inspire your practice!

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What are your thoughts about the water bottle in this month’s Goddess Provisions box?

Each box will contain a mix of 4-6 full size products including: Crystals, Apothecary Beauty, Super Food Snack, Aromatherapy, Tools for Spiritual Growth, and Tea. All items will be 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Shipping is free to the US. Shipping to Canada is $10.00 USD per month. Shipping anyw... read more.
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4 comments

Melissa

There are a number of points to having a review of something you can no longer purchase; 1. getting an idea of what to expect from a subscription, 2. If you have the box, but want to know more about the items and/or what other people think of the items, 3. Finding values if you want to swap items on the swap site. 4. Finding out about cool items that you might be able to purchase somewhere else, even if you can’t get this box anymore. Plus sometimes Goddess Provisions has a sale on unsold preveous boxes, so you might get a chance.

That being said, Mountaineer95 needs to chill. If the crystals in these boxes actually worked, maybe she would be centered by now. Lol!

Jo

These reviews are so much more helpful when they aren’t late.

Mountaineer95

Why? It’s a REVIEW. Please look up the definition of review. You must be thinking of a PREVIEW. In the world of MSA, the “previews” are the spoilers. The REVIEWS come after the box is received, considered, and sampled. They can’t possibly provide a REVIEW before the box ships. And you can’t expect nor demand that the box in the REVIEW will still be available for purchase AFTER the review is posted.

MSA is not some non-profit entity tasked with a duty of alerting their readers what exact items are in any future box, and if you expect that, then perhaps sub boxes and the sites that review them are not for you.

Jo

These boxes ship very early, and are posted on Youtube generally by the third of the month. Cool if you like to read reviews of items you can no longer purchase, I don’t see the point.

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