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Watch as I unbox a Buddhi Box! Or read below for product details and my review. Click here for a transcript of the video if you prefer to read.
Buddhi Box Review
If you don’t know what a BuddhiBox is, it’s a subscription box that gets sent to your house. I feel like subscription stuff sent to you is all the rage right now. But this is actually a yoga box, so it’s filled with yoga goodies.
Here’s what you need to know about BuddhiBox: It’s founded by a yoga teacher on the foundations of just unity, compassion. A percentage of every box goes to a charity.
So the first thing I see is this beautiful quote. “The true beauty of a woman is reflected in her soul” – Audrey Hepburn. Okay, well, they immediately get points because I’m obsessed with Audrey Hepburn.
Next is a recipe card for date and almond chocolates. I’m constantly looking at recipes on my iPad and my fiancé’s constantly yelling at me about that because I’m getting his iPad dirty, so I think he’ll really appreciate that I have it on a paper card.
Next is lavender saucha? I don’t know how to pronounce this, but it says “Get The Funk Out” at the bottom, which I’m really into because that just sounds really fun. “All natural funk fighter keeps your workout wear from smelling funky in the funkiest places. It’s also great for cleaning your yoga mat and defunkifying your gym bag.”
Wow, okay, so I could use this immediately with the clothes I wore to dance class this morning, or on one of my eight yoga mats, and it’s lavender which as you know is one of my favorite essential oils, so this is a win for sure, and I love that it’s a little portable size. That is awesome.
Poppy and Eli hairbands! I always wished that I was that person who, instead of using ugly elastics, was using cute little headbands to hold my hair back, or I’m wondering if I’m allowed to use these as ponytail holders like this that were cute, instead of the ones I got at CVS for 99 cents. And this is the kind of thing that I would never allow myself to buy, but it’s showing up in this little yoga box that also gives money to charity. I mean, this just — I don’t know, everyone’s winning. This is great.
Food. I’m constantly hungry, so this is a win. I want to eat it right now, but I won’t do that.
Lip gloss, lip gloss, lip gloss and it’s peppermint. I like that.
Whoa. This is a towel? “Live like a warrior.” I like this. This is a towel. It says Sweathouse. Okay, this is another yoga thing I’ve always wanted, is a cute towel, but never let myself indulge in, similar to the hairbands, so I really, really like this, and it’s really soft.
Next, we have a FriskyFish Essentials Fresh Lemon and Lavender Essential Oils. Okay, these are my two favorites. BuddhiBox knows the essential oils I like. “Apply generously as desired”, I will. It’s like an essential oil stick. I really like that, because I often feel weird, it’s like I’m stabbing myself and I’m dabbing the essential oils on my wrist, so I like this roller tip because I drop everything. I like the roller tip.
Okay, and the last thing here is Below the Oak Feather Solid Perfume, solid perfume? Wow, this also smells really good.
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There’s coupons for some things, as well as a refer-a-friend coupon, and it says, “You can receive three dollars off is you use the code BUDDHIFRIEND. So if you want to be my friend, you can use the code BUDDHIFRIEND.
I think the biggest theme I noticed as I was opening the things on the box, was all things that I’ve been curious about, or wanted to get for myself but didn’t splurge and do it; things that I might have not bought for myself, but are just completely useful as a yogi.
So I’m giving this box a thumbs up