Little Life Box Review - December 2013 - Canadian Health Conscious Subscription Box

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What is it? Little Life Box
How Much? $19.99 per month plus $3 shipping (Canada Only) 
What’s in it?  Over a dozen organic, natural health conscious samples

Little Life Box is a new Canadian subscription box offering you the opportunity to sample and experience new green, organic, and health conscious products in a convenient and fun way. Little Life Box sent me this box complimentary for review.


Upon opening I found the box packed with care. It included a post card with a hand written note affixed with a mini clothes pin. 


The box is shipped each month and contains sample-sized products ranging from supplements to hemp crackers. For $19.99 a month, they promise to provide "more than your money's worth in product samples".

First look

There was no product card included in the box, but I did find all the products listed on the Little Life Box website.

 Mighty Leaf Tea - Artisans Choice (3 tea bags, $3.95)

Ener-C Effervescent Powdered Drink Mix (4 pouches, $4.77)

Spry Dental Defense Xylitol Gum (4 pieces, $0.36)

 Back to Earth Naturals Torf Heviz Moor Mud (2oz, $2.50)

Manitoba Hemp Heats (56g, $2.99)

Florida's Natural Au'Some Fruit Nuggets in Green Apple Lemon (14g, $0.60)

 Genuine Health greens+ whole body NUTRITION (17.2g x 2, $7.20)

Rickland Orchards Greek Yogurt Coasted Granola Bar in Strawberri (1 bar, $1,79)

Aroma Crystal Gardener's Dream Cream (5ml sample x 2,  $2.05)

Organika Omega Chews (2 chews per pack x 2,  $0.99)

Epsom Gel (30ml, $4.50)

Xylo Sweet Plant Sources Sweetener (4g packet x 2,  $0.30)

 

One of my Xylo Sweet packets was open and empty. It looks like it wasn't sealed properly by the manufacturer.  


My Little Life Box contained 12 different products, with an estimated retail value of $32. This box reminded me a little of Bulu Box, which no longer ships to Canada. I like how they included two samples for many of the products. That was always a big complaint with Bulu - the sample sizes were too small, so including two samples of the smaller sized products is a great solution. The box included a nice assortment of products, from snacks, to supplements, to body care.

What do you think of Little Life Box?


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