Surprise, surprise! It’s another sponsored review post from me. I know these disclosures can get boring, but ethics require I let you know that I received the following product for free in return for my honest review.
This time I am going to write about my experience with Bulu Box, another one of those fun (and inexpensive) monthly subscription boxes that keep springing up. If you like packages and surprises, you will like this one. Here’s the official blurb:
The perfect partner in the pursuit of a healthier you, Bulu Box is like having a personal trainer and a nutritionist as a best friend. Each month, a box of healthy discoveries is shipped right to your door for just $10. You learn about that month’s 4-5 premium samples, try each one and see what fits into your individual healthy lifestyle. For sharing your opinions on each month’s samples through a quick survey, we will give you 50 Rewards Points (that’s $5!) to use in our shop to get more of your favorites.
Don’t laugh, but one of the things I loved about Bulu Box was . . . well . . . the BOX.
I mean, I got a little uplift just from reading all the slogans on the box. Seriously.
Then there was the fun of opening the box to see the surprises inside. And they were surprising! With the other subscription boxes I’ve shared with you, at least I knew I’d find coffee, or tea, or hot sauce. With Bulu Box there is a lot more variety.
For some reason I neglected to photograph the contents of my third box, but these two pictures will give you an idea:
As you can see, these are health-related samples: some are performance-oriented (I shared these with Teddy), some are snacks (Lorelei taste-tested these), and some are vitamins/supplements (which I kept for myself!).
Some we liked, some we didn’t, but that’s really going to be up to the individual, plus your samples won’t necessarily be the same as the ones I received. You can order full sizes of anything you liked directly from Bulu Box. And reviewing your samples gets you points (lots of points, and it’s relatively easy to get them) to redeem for free or reduced-price products).
Ultimately, I won’t be renewing my subscription, because the only products I found personally compelling were the supplements, yet when you only get a pill or two it’s really impossible to tell whether they had any effect. Still, if you have the disposable income to take a chance on a supplement or other product introduced in your Bulu Box, it’s a great way to learn about what’s out there.
If that sounds like you, feel free to take advantage of this special offer for my readers: