Hello again, savvy savers! Today I wanted to bring you a new boxed subscription review, and this time the May Bulu Box (mind you the box arrived three weeks late), and if you aren’t familiar, Bulu Box, one of my favorite health-conscious themed subscriptions, that offers a great way to discover vitamin, supplement and health products each month. And, much like Birchbox, you are able to review your samples for points to spend in their store on other non-boxed items.
I mentioned it last month, that Bulu Box does not send out tracking numbers. They ship via USPS around the 15th of the month, so you’ll get your box soon after that; except my poor box, but hey at least it got to take an awesome, cross country vacation.
The Information Card:
The information card includes pictures and descriptions of all of the products in the box. On the reverse side is a “My Sample Journal” which lists each of the samples.
Here’s what was inside:
~The ThinPill ($29.95): The product states that it works by inhibiting enzymes in the body preventing the conversion of carbs to far. It also says it suppresses appetite while burning away unwanted calories and fat.
~Fit n’ Crisps by Promax ($1.20): These come in two flavors (Vanilla Marshmallow and Cinnamon Crunch); these protein-packed bites were awesome!
~Fitmixer Amino (Sample): This gives your muscles fuel to “burn longer and stronger”.
~NeoCell Beauty Builder (Sample): This is marked Free Sample, so I am not assigning a value to it. NeoCell Beauty Builder works at building your hair, nails & skin.
~JCORE Zero Lite ($0.44): This is suppose to increase metabolism and fat breakdown and is also caffeine free.
~$5 Gym Pact Card: I have talked about Gym Pact before, but it’s a site that pays you to work out.
All totaled, this month’s Bulu Box has a value of $36.59. Would I have paid that for it? Not so much, but like a well thought out couponed trip, its all about the details. Consider, that after reviewing the box for points (you can spend them at Bulu Box), it brings the cost of the box from $10 down to $4, so do I think that’s worth it? Yes-um!