There’s been very few subscription boxes which actually appeal to me. The ones I’ve seen tend to be based on makeup and skincare, and whilst I love my Urban Decay eye-shadow pallets, I’m the kind of girls who’s bedtime routine consists of a face wipe.
However… last month I discovered LifeBox. A subsumption box service for healthy foodies and I couldn’t resist trying it out. Each month you get sent a box full of supplements, bars, drinks, superfoods, powders, and more. Each box can be tailed to your needs: everyday wellness (GF&V), women’s health, men’s health, junior, mini and even the occasional holiday box .
It’s the perfect way to try out new foods and discover new brands without having to buy full-sized, multi-packs of something you may not even like. It arrives in the post in a white box with the LifeBox logo printed on top and the products are wrapped in paper which is tied up in a cute ribbon. Receiving your box is truly a special occasion and I loved the feeling of receiving a box of food (who wouldn’t?!)
I opted for the women’s health box which in addition to be packed full of products, comes recipe suggestions and workouts. It was exciting to see products from both established brands and ones I’ve never heard of before. A firm favourite from last month’s box was the granola from Husk and Honey. Their spiced mulberry flavour is perfect sprinkled over greek yoghurt.
Whilst their boxes range for £15-£23, they are worth forking out for as in my February box I received…
- A packet of hemp seeds by Linwoods
- A granola bar from Kind
- Four packets of tea from T Plus
- A pot of pistachio nut butter by Nutural World
- A sashay of birthday bake almond butter by Buff Bake
- Cabbage chips by The Beginnings
- A packet of superblends by Be.
- A bag of salted caramel pecks by Inspiralled
- Cocoa nib chocolate from IQ Chocolate
- A rude healh almond drink
- A packet of Chia seeds by Lifebox
- Protein bites by Saf raw
- A packet of chai turmeric blend by Wunder Workshop
- A protein bar from The Primal Pantry
- And of course, a packet of granola by Husk and Honey
I now consider myself a subscription box covert and I’m so glad I came across LifeBox, in my opinion there’s nothing else of the market quite like it!