This month’s Buddhibox had some amazing beauty and wellness items, so it was a real treat.
Here’s what came in this month’s box:
I LOVE the headband. It almost has a mermaid-y look to it and feels great. It’s soft and super stretchy, so I’ve been enjoying wearing it constantly.
Coffee is always a great addition! The coffee came with a code to get your first bag for free. This also helps the women of Nicaragua that harvest, roast, and package this coffee.
The all natural teeth whitener and detoxifier is a great addition. I’ve been wanting to try one of these for a long time. It’s good for your teeth and can naturally remove stains, strengthen the teeth, and reverse sensitivity. It is a toothpaste alternative that has lots of great ingredients like charcoal, bentonite clay, and organic mint extract. A little goes a long way, so this lasts a surprisingly long time. But it does tend to get everywhere. Anytime I open or close it, there is a little puff of the black charcoal powder that sprays everywhere and can stain, so be aware. You also won’t want to spit this from a high place or it will get everywhere (spit straight into the drain).
I’ve received this soap and body balm before, but LOVE them both, so I was thrilled to get them again. The paraben-free Himalayan rose soap smells amazing and is really gentle on dry or sensitive skin. It smells SO good that you can use it to scent up your drawers first (in the box) and then you use it later. It’s also an ayurvedic soap that connects the mind and body, and has so many amazing ingredients, like coconut oil and henna. The last bar lasted me so long.
The natural body balm is so great to use on the feet. I used up my last one strictly on my feet and gave this one to Matt to do the same. You can use it like a deodorant stick on your feet to soften and soothe them. It also smells great with a lavender lime scent. It also has great ingredients like coconut oil, shea butter, and more.
These 4 cards are really beautiful. They are blank inside and have a beautiful watercolor drawing on each one. They also each come with their own envelope.
This was a great box and had some really unique, artsy items in it. A portion of the sales from each BuddhiBox are also donated to a different charity every month, which is a big plus.
I received these products complimentary for testing purposes. All opinions are my own. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.