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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Bulu Box

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


Healthy living should be important to everyone. What we put in our bodies affects how we look and feel.  Most of us know what subscription boxes are and that you can now get just about anything now in a subscription box. I had never heard of Bulu so when I had the chance to check it out, I definitely took the opportunity.




Bulu Box is all about healthy living. They use brands like Dream Water, EBoost, Onnit and many more. It gives you a chance to try out tons of new brands that you may not have heard or ever tried before.
In my box I received Tapaz2go from Mediterranean snacks. It had lentil crackers and hummus in a container. I’ve never been a huge hummus fan, but I wanted to try it anyway.  I actually thought it was good, not great but that always depends on a person’s taste buds. I know many of my friends LOVE hummus.

I also received some energy boosters from body glove and no-explode. I got watermelon flavor and the other chocolate.  I’m always tired so this was a big help when I needed a pick me up. They also tasted pretty good. I didn’t have to chase it with water which is always nice.


There were 2 Breeth Free packets from The Modern Herbalist to help with nasal, sinus and eye health. I’m not having any problems now, but I will keep them for the just in case.

NeoCell makes soft chews to help your skin. It is all natural, gluten free and soy free. The one I received was mint chocolate. Nothing over powering about the mint, they got it just right.   

The last thing I received were gummy vitamins from Smarty Pants. I personally don’t absorb gummy vitamins so I didn’t take them. If you can, I recommend checking them out.

The cost of the subscription is only $10, compared to other boxes, that’s a really good price. You can cancel anytime and if you don’t want to commit to a certain time frame you can just to the month to month.

Each month of your subscription you will receive 4-5 premium vitamin and supplement samples to try along with coupons for other products. You can share your thoughts about each product on their site and earn points that you can use towards products.


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1 comment:

  1. i love the idea of getting things through the mail, not that i don't mind going out and picking my own items up, but its nice to know that there is a company that cares about there clients.. thanks

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