Sha Mama Rising June 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Sha Mama Rising is a monthly box of “shamanic self-care support for mama” also know as Sha Mama’s Little Helper! This box is $57.99 a month plus shipping, and promises a value of $70. The 3-5 products sent are plant-based, are from artisanal and sometimes woman-owned companies, shamanic, and of course mother-supporting.

In today’s world it’s easy to forget about our own needs while being busy moms/women. Yet we know that life gets much harder when we’re not rested, connected to source and deeply nourished. This curated Self-Care box will be your monthly reminder (filled with 3-5 full-sized artisanal, plant-based products) to replenish, pamper and connect.

  • Several regular sized pampering self-care products for mom monthly
  • Monthly products feature women-owned, small-batch companies
  • Shamanic Inspired Self-Care products for Sha Mamas
  • Learn about so many great companies and products
  • Pamper yourself – you deserve it.

You can sign up for a monthly box or save on a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription, with the price dropping to $46 a box with the 12-month term.

DEAL: Get 15% off your first box! Use coupon code HELLOBOX.

My items were packed with shredded paper squiggles and eco-friendly paper wrapping. I received 5 products in the June box! I didn’t receive a product info card but did find the info online. It would be helpful to have that included in the box. The theme for June is Coffee & Roses.

June’s Self-Care box is filled with several full-size magickal and plant-based essentials to nourish mom’s body, mind and spirit.

Wilson Coffee Roasting Brazil Cerrado Fazenda Colina Organic Coffee ($3.75) I couldn’t find this particular bean on the Wilson site but their coffees sell for $15 a pound. I’m a tea drinker so I gave this to my daughter, who likes to cold brew coffee to take to work.

Rose Dose Organic Rose Petals ($10.99) is culinary grade and can be used as a tea, for baking, as a facial steam, or in the tub for a relaxing soak (use a cheesecloth bag for easy cleanup).

Just use 1/3 cup of petals and boiling water for a cup of tea. This is caffeine-free and a source of vitamin C.

CocoRoo Total ReJAVAnation Coffee Body Scrub ($17.29) Although I don’t usually drink coffee (except for those Frappucinos, yum!) I do like the smell of coffee and I love coffee scrubs. I appreciate that this product is in an easy-to-use squeeze bottle, which makes it convenient for use in the shower.

Only 5 ingredients go into this natural product – almond oil, Arabica coffee beans, macadamia oil, coconut oil, and natural silica (a type of sand). You can use on the face but I used it on my body and skipped the body lotion afterward.

Gaia’s Garden Bath & Botanica Rose Rescue Elixir ($15) This little bottle is pretty potent! The ingredients are rose petals, brandy, and honey and you can either use it internally (just squeeze a dropperful in your mouth) or apply it directly to bug bites, scratches, or minor burns. It is so nice and warming and sweet and I predict this bottle will be empty very soon.

Rose Joy Soulflower Temporary Tattoos ($5) are made with non-toxic ink and are easy to apply. Soulflower suggests that you start by taking a deep breath and “invite the plant spirit to share its healing energy with you.”

Even the packaging is cute!

The inside of the box has an affirmation and the intentions of this product when used mindfully.

There were three rose tattoos and one of a dandelion seed.

I was pretty happy with my first Sha Mama Rising box! I liked the mind/body/spirit message and the curation was spot on, everything fit the theme nicely. I especially liked the rose elixir and temporary tattoos are cool for summer. I’m not into coffee but it was used up and I appreciate that the rose petals can be used in lots of different ways. The scrub made for a lovely self-care item to use in the shower. My box had a value of around $52.03, which is below their promised value of $70 and even below the price of the subscription, although it would be kind of costly to have these items shipped separately and I wouldn’t have gone looking for these products on my own. This is a new subscription service and I look forward to seeing what they send in future boxes!

What do you think of this month’s Sha Mama Rising box?

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