Saturday, May 16, 2015

BuddhiBox May 2015 Review and Coupon Code

BuddhiBox is dedicated to delivering a wide variety of products meant to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. Each box contains items to enrich your life, body, mind and soul. BuddhiBox is committed to sending ethically sourced, cruelty-free products created with intention. They work only with organizations and businesses that follow ethical and eco-conscious practices. BuddhiBox also strives to send organic and vegetarian items when at all possible.

Each BuddhiBox is carefully packed and will include healthy food, supplements, beauty products and yoga accessories to encourage and uplift you. Each month, BuddhiBox also chooses a charity to donate a percentage of the proceeds from the sale of each box. The May box supports The Fly Buddha Foundation. This is a non-profit that assists women with gynecological cancer to preserve their eggs so they may have a biological child later in life.

There are two Box choices, Yoga and Jewelry. Prices start at $11.95 for two to three product samples. The box in this review is the BuddhiBox Yoga. When you sign up you'll be asked several questions to help personalize your box, including whether you want only vegan items. That is a wonderful option!

The Cost: $30.95/month.

What You Get: Each month, delivered straight to your mailbox, you will receive a mix of 4-6 samples and full size products all dedicated to pure and mindful living.

SweatHouse Brands Yoga Towel- This is a bright, lightweight yoga towel of 100% cotton. I know it's supposed to be a yoga towel but these are my favorite kind of dishtowel- super absorbant and soft.
Value: $12

Go Macro Bar in Cashew Caramel- A gluten free, high protein, organic and vegan bar. It doesn't actually have caramel in it. But it does have cashews and flaxseeds! And cinnamon. The cinnamon saves this bar from being super gross. I'm not a fan of protein bars. This is a solid slab and it has... mesquite in it. So it's kind of smokey flavored. But the cinnamon is the prevailing taste.
Value: $3
Lasting Smiles Mint Lip Balm- Organic and fairtrade, naturally rejuvenating and soothing.
Packed with vitamins and healing nutrients to leave your lips soft, moisturized, and healthy. Minty and moisturizing, I love it!
Value: $5

SweatHouse Brands Sancha Spray- A lavender scented spray that kills odor causing bacteria from your clothes and yoga mat.
Value: $4

Frisky Fish Fresh Essential Oil Blend in Lavender Lemon- This is made with lavender and lemon essential oils and is a rollerball, easy to swipe over your pulse points.
Value: $14
Yokibics Meditation Download- Stream or download a 45 minute AM Yoga Meditation session.

Below the Oak Solid Perfume in Vixen- Made with pure essential oils this solid perfume is easy to take anywhere. Perfect for touch ups. I can't find any information about what the scent is. It's very... green smelling. Almost masculine.
Value: $10

Poppy & Elle Headbands- A set of 3 headbands with just the right amount of grip to keep your hair out of your face on your yoga mat. Super cute and already in use.
Value: $4

VERDICT: If you love yoga and the yoga lifestyle, it seems like Buddhibox would be a perfect addition for you. The focus is definitely on providing you with uplifting, mood enhancing products with practical items to encourage your yoga sessions.
I'm not into yoga but this box has a very good value and a great variety of products to fit into every nook of your life.

If you'd like to sign up for Buddhibox, you can do that here. You'll get a box full of mindful living and thoughtful products every month.

Use code buddhifriend to get $3 off your month-to-month subscription (I think it's for life)!

*This box was sent to me for review purposes. All opinions are mine.


  1. I seriously cried when I read this: " The May box supports The Fly Buddha Foundation. This is a non-profit that assists women with gynecological cancer to preserve their eggs so they may have a biological child later in life."
    I was one of those women who didn't get the chance to preserve any eggs. AND it turned out that I didn't have cancer after all, but was left infertile.

    This is a wonderful, life- affirming charity. I may not get the box, but I am going to look into the charity and most likely will start donating $ regularly. No matter how much I give it won't make up for the hole in my life where a daughter should be now, but maybe I can help others.

    1. I'm so sorry to hear you had to go through this but I'm also glad that you didn't receive a cancer diagnosis. I have a close family member fighting a losing battle with a rare bone cancer. Life is precious.

      I think it would be wonderful of you to support women who could have the chance you didn't get. You know exactly how they feel and just how much your donations actually mean. Your words have also given me an extra perspective. Thank you for commenting and giving more meaning to what The Fly Buddha Foundation is truly doing.

  2. Hi Sarah,

    I tried the code but it doesn't work, I copy and pasted it.

  3. ok just realize it only works on month by month.

    1. Ok, thanks for the clarification! I'll update my post to make it clear.