Little Life Box Review - April 2017 - Canadian Eco-Lifestyle Subscription Box + PROMO CODE + GIVEAWAY!

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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.

"Little Life Box allows health conscious amateurs and epicureans to discover new healthy and organic items without having to blindly pay the full price. Their mission is to encourage people to make better choices with their everyday staples by helping them discover new ones every month."

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First look!

Mettrum Originals Hemp Protein Powder Samples ($2) 
This pure, single source vegetable protein and fibre has an abundance of amino acids essential to optimum health and performance. Boasting 65% edistin (the highest ranked protein in the plant kingdom) and 35% albumin, this powder also contains 10% Omega 3, 6 and GLA beneficial fats. It's vegan and made in Canada.

Wellness Tranquility Blend  and Wellness Digestion Blend Tea Samples ($2)
These herbal teas are all natural, organic, and vegan.

Sinuspax Homeopathic Sinus Medication ($20)
This a natural homeopathic treatment for "relief of symptoms associated with acute and chronic sinusitis, such as nasal congestion, inflammation and sinus pain".

Kind Snacks Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Bars (2 x $2.50)
Kind bars are my favourite granola bar. They're gluten free, high in fibre, and filled with delicious ingredients.

Camino Butterscotch & Sea Salt Milk Chocolate Bar ($4.99) 
This might be the best Camino bar yet. It's also organic and made with fair trade ingredients. 

Intermiel Wildflower Honey (150g, $2.75)
End of summer honey, amber, rich in floral varieties, exquisite taste, pleasant warmth in the throat through its intensity.
I use honey to sweeten tea (hot and iced) and baked goods.

Camino Nut-Free Chocolate Bunny ($6.50)
We got a little Easter gift this April! The Camino bunny is made of chocolate from small-scale co-op farms in Peru. It's organic and fair trade. 

Elan Organic Banana Chips ($2.99)
These banana chips are organic, kosher, gluten-free, and vegan. They are a great source of fibre and concentrated with vitamins and minerals. They are ideal for snacking, adding to baked goods, or topping off yogourt and granola.
 
Puressentiel Respiratory Throat Spray (15ml, $14)
The throat spray is natural and combines propolis and Echinacea. Flavoured with honey and 4 essential oils (Peppermint, Eucalyptus root, Thyme thujanol and Rosemary cineol), it provides a soothing feeling to irritated, inflamed or sore throat.
This essential oil throat spray is perfect for those looking for more natural cold relief products.

NeoCell Beauty Burst Sample
NeoCell Beauty Bursts deliver high absorption beauty nutrients in delectable, gourmet soft chews.  Collagen Type 1 & 3 is the body's beauty protein & strengthens skin, hair & nails.  Hyaluronic Acid is know as "Nature's Moisturizer" & hydrates the skin.  Vitamin C is essential to boosting collagen in the skin.  
I bought these once before and I liked them. It was easy to remember to take my supplement since it tasted like chocolate. This sample was a little hard, but that's not typical. A new box will be full of soft and chewy bursts.


Caboo Bamboo Travel Wipes ($2.49)
These travel wipes are multi-purpose and can be used for anything. They're also biodegradable, hypoallergenic, cruelty free and vegan.
I am a huge fan of wipes, and these bamboo ones make me feel better about using them so often. They're made from sustainable bamboo and they're biodegradable.

 
The April Little Life Box included 11 different products, valued over $62 Canadian. This is one of my most favourite boxes yet. Chocolate, Kind bars, honey, wipes! All my favourite things in one box. There's lots of full size items this month too so that's a huge bonus.

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). Click here to check out Little Life Box.

Now for a fun giveaway! Little Life Box is offering a box of 12 Paqui Wild Ranch Tortilla Chips to one lucky Canadian reader. These chips were featured in the March Little Life Box. They taste like Cool Ranch Doritos, only better. If you would like a chance to win, simply enter the giveaway form below. Giveaway runs for one week and winner will be chosen Friday, April 28th.


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. 

Comments

  1. Ah the bunny is so cute!

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  2. I'm not actually big on sweets (crazy I know!) but when I was a kid I liked Cadbury Creme Eggs the best. Now I'd much rather have a bag of chips!

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  3. I loved the chocolate in this box although my fave Easter treats are marshmallow eggs.

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  4. I loooove mini eggs. There's something about that candy coating I can't resist.

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  5. I love mini eggs for Easter.

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  7. A lot of stuff in that little box.

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  8. I love my chocolate easter bunnies.

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  9. I like Easter chocolate

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  10. My fave Easter candy are the chocolate bunnies that have rice crisps in them! So yummy!!!

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