Little Life Box Review - May 2016 - Canadian Eco-Lifestyle Subscription Box + PROMO CODE

This box was provided complimentary for review and this post contains affiliate links.

What is it? Little Life Box
How Much? $19/month plus $8 shipping. Tax extra. Prices in Canadian dollars.
What’s in it? Up to a dozen organic, natural, health conscious samples.

Little Life Box is a Canadian subscription service that sends a box full natural and Eco-friendly
samples of carefully selected products, including non GMO, gluten free, and raw or vegan choices. Products may include snacks, cosmetics, supplements, vitamins, and more. Items included in the box vary each month, and Little Life Box guarantees that you will never receive the exact same product sample twice. A vegan option is available for purchase as well. 

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The box arrived wrapped in plastic this month, and it was very heavy!

It was jam packed! No wonder it weighed so much.

Ethical Bean Coffee Lush Medium-Dark Roast (69g, $3.64)
I first received this in May 2015. It's pretty decent coffee and ethically sourced to boot.

Central Roast Energy Mix ($2.50)
This "Golden Berry" mix is high in iron and fiber. It's a great on-the-go snack.

Hungry Buddah Coconut Chips (40g, $2.50)
These coconut chips are vegan and non-GMO. Coconut chips are a good source of fiber. 

Urban Spa Flat Out Loofah ($4)
Loofah's are great for exfoliation. Perfect timing too as I prep my legs and feet for summer time.

Wow Butter (2 x 10g packet, $0.20)
Wow Butter is a Canadian peanut-free spread made of non-GM soy. It's pretty good, but I still prefer Sunbutter.

Guru Energy Water ($2.62)
This is a zero calorie water beverage that has about 100mg of caffeine per 12oz can.

Maison Orphee Italian Vinaigrette ($5.79)
This is a full size bottle of salad dressing. No wonder the box was so heavy! Made with cold-pressed olive and sunflower oil, this dressing has no artificial flavours or colours.

Navitas Pepitas ($5.99)
This mix contains chia and rosemary spiced pepitas. Snack on "handfuls of goodness".

Level Ground Trading Exotic Dried Fruit ($7)
This mix contains sweet dragonfruit, sour golden berry and crunchy coconut. Eat it as a snack, or add to smoothies. 

Brussel Bytes in Tamarind Apple ($5.99)
Umm... organic raw Brussel sprouts as a snack. I don't know about this. I've yet to try them, and to be honest, I'm kind of scared!

Wholesome Sweeteners - Sample Pack
This pack contains samples of nearly all of Wholesome's entire line of products. There's cane sugar, natural raw cane sugar, stevia, palm syrup, blue agave, and pancake syrup.

Earth's Care Shea Butter ($14.99)
This pure shea butter lotion soothes dry and rough skin without clogging pores. Perfect for rough knees, heels, and elbows.

The May Little Life Box included 12 products, with an estimated value over $55 Canadian. It's a huge value this month, and a huge box. Pretty well every product is full size. There are so many great new products to try this month. I don't know where to begin!

If you are interested in ordering Little Life Box, use promo code jill10 at checkout to save 10% off your first month of monthly subscription. This is valid for new subscribers only, with the purchase of a monthly plan (not valid on 3 or 12 month terms). 

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Disclaimer: Box information is correct as of posting date. As prices and terms are subject to change, please be sure to read the FAQ of this company before signing up.  


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