RawBox October 2016 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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RawBox is a monthly subscription that sends an array of raw snacks, vegan beauty products and eco-friendly household items to your home. While many of the included snacks are vegan, not all are; one or two each month may contain honey. Their real focus here is on providing items that will help you enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

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Each Raw Box arrives chock full of items to enjoy on your journey toward healthy living.

DEAL: Save 15% on your first subscription! Use coupon code WELCOME15OFF.

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Everything in the October 2016 box!

We received a card with a short message from the Raw Box Team and a reminder for us to share our experience on social media.

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Leap Organic Fruit and Vegetable Smoothie-to-be ($5). I love smoothies! They make quick and easy breakfast choices so I was glad to see these smoothies-to-be in the box. We got two packs, one in Blue Zeal flavor and one in Red Powder flavor. They are packed with all the good stuff! USDA organic certified, non-GMO, vegan certified, gluten-free, and made without dairy or soy ingredients.

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True Vanilla Bean Certified Organic Lip Balm ($4). I’m saying goodbye to cracked and chapped lips because this organic lip balm does its job really well. It contains organic hemp seed oil, organic cocoa butter, organic coconut oil, and organic beeswax. You know what, every girl should have something like this in their beauty routine. It can be used as a lip primer/base coat before you apply your lipstick. It makes the lips more luscious and kissable!

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MyChelle Refining Sugar Cleanser ($2). We all need to exfoliate in order to eliminate the impurities from our skin. I’m glad that this natural cleanser is gentle enough for daily use and has hydrating properties. It leaves the skin instantly soft! The sweet smell is something to fall for too!

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Laughing Giraffe Organics Pumpkin Spice Snakaroons ($8). A sweet yet guilt-free snack. Made from organic coconut and pumpkin puree and best paired with your afternoon tea or coffee. It was moist and overflowing with pumpkin spice goodness!

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Chad’s Chai Tea – CPR Loose Leaf Tea ($3). CPR stands for chamomile, peppermint, and rooibos. This is such a calming blend, something you might want to save for a cold night when you can just sit back, relax, and forget about your worries. The pack also comes with a few tea bags in a reusable muslin bag.

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Barnana Apple Cinnamon Banana Bites ($2). Bananas + apples + cinnamon = a sweet treat that kept us wanting for more. No added sugar and no preservatives!

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Simple Squares Ginger ($2.50) Organic snack bars are always welcome in our household. This one has ginger, nuts, and honey. It was savory-sweet and its size was just right for an on-the-go snack.

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Organic Living Superfoods Pumpkin Cinnamon Pecan ($4). These are sprouted pecans coated with pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger powder, and dates. A great fall snack packed with antioxidants which are good for the heart!

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EcoNuts Soap Nuts ($4.50). These “nuts” are actually dried berries that produce a compound called saponin which helps in cleansing your laundry. All you need to do is to put them in a cloth bag and toss it in the washer!

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Raw Revolution Spirulina Dream 100 Calorie Bar ($1). This is gooey and nutty! The bar is kinda small, but can still satisfy the tastebuds. It also contains spirulina, a superfood packed with vegetable protein, multivitamins, minerals and Vitamin B12.

Healthy snacking is the way to go! I appreciate the variety of snacks included in this month’s box. The kids enjoyed munching on them. Meanwhile, I was happy with all the other goodies too. This box is not just for health buffs, it is also great for a family with kids.

Have you tried out RawBox? What do you think of their products?

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