Bombay & Cedar November 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Bombay & Cedar is a monthly luxury aromatherapy, beauty, wellness and lifestyle subscription box featuring vegan and cruelty-free full and deluxe size products. Items range from essential oils, diffusers, skincare, books, activities, healthy snacks and other surprises for the discerning woman who values her health, wellness & living a life inspired.

DEAL: Save 10% on your first box! Use coupon code HSLOVE10.

The box itself looks fairly simple but the contents are everything.

The box is full of goodies!

There’s an information card that lists the contents of this month’s box, with a short description and retail price. The theme is COZY.

Bombay & Cedar updated and simplified the information card & booklet into one smaller booklet. Love this fresh look!

This page lists all the contents for this month’s box.

This month’s featured brand is Nature’s Harvest.

Karma Nuts is another featured brand!

There’s an article that shares 7 simple ways to get cozy!

They also included a gift voucher!

It’s a 25% discount from the brand XCVI.

We got a bonus for sharing our previous box on social media, and a thank you note too!

It’s a round lunch bag, with an aluminum insulation, and comes with a deep enough and spacious interior to contain more stuff. Cleaning inside is easier too as all you need to do is wipe it off.

The bag has a detachable and adjustable colorful strap. What an awesome bonus for sharing! I love it!

Everything in the box was wrapped in a pristine white tissue paper with a sticker seal.

Also, everything is protected with fun white squiggles!

Everything in my box!

Two’s Company Cozy Throw ($39) This throw is made of cotton and features a beautiful diamond pattern. There are 5 designs available, and I’m happy with what I got!

The edge of the throw has some cute tassels on it.

It comfy and cozy, giving me that extra warmth I’m looking for. It will make a great accent in our home too.

Here are the staple items in every Bombay and Cedar box, the essential oils!

For this month, I got the Enlighten and Siberian Fir.

Bombay & Cedar Enlighten Essential Oil ($16) This variant consists of spearmint, sage, myrtle, nutmeg, chamomile, and other components that calm the mind and body.

The scent of this essential oil is really soothing.

Bombay & Cedar Siberian Fir Essential Oil ($12) It’s made from Siberian Fir that comes from a coniferous pine tree that is native to Serbia and Russia, giving it the fine and soothing fragrance of a pine tree.

Siberian Fir is mostly used to purify the air and protect it from environmental threats. It’s really a good thing to have this one as well, I am already feeling snuggly.

Karma Nuts Cinnamon Wrapped Cashews ($2.65) I love nuts, and Karma Nuts made these treats more enjoyable by wrapping them in delicious coatings of cinnamon. This all in one sweet and savory delight has hints of cinnamon spice and vanilla. It’s also extra crunchy! Perfect snack while watching TV and cozying up on the couch!

Pink Pearl Herbal Foot Soak ($11) My tired feet need some loving too, and I’m glad this box contains a mix of herbal foot soak. I am really excited to try this one!

It is a 30-minute relaxing foot soak and it also detoxifies. It contains herbs that pull toxins out of the body through the feet.

Tumeric Latte Mix Turmeric Latte ($16.95) This pack contains a healthy mix of turmeric, Ceylon, cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, cardamom, chili, and black pepper. It can be served hot or cold. Well, I prefer this one hot for maximum relaxation!

It’s a mix of wonderful spices, definitely ideal for the cold weather. What an amazing discovery! It’s also gluten-free, vegan friendly, and non-GMO.

They also included a pamphlet on how else you can enjoy the turmeric goodness, as there are many ways to prepare it.

52 Relaxing Rituals by Lynn Gordon ($6.95) I have no worries running out of ideas to enjoy and relax as this box also included 52 relaxing ritual cards that I can try!

The box has 52 cards, each whimsically illustrated, which contains ideas on how can you make use of your me-time!

The cards are colorful and adorable, and most of all, they’re handy! I can leave it on my desk or cabinet top and just grab it when I need to know what I can do during my free time.

The cards are really therapeutic, and I am excited to pick one of these ideas!

If I am going to do a me-time each week, these cards have a whole year covered!

Bombay & Cedar Lavender Woods Potpourri ($19) Using potpourri is an easy way to bring marvelous scents to your home, in your room, or inside the cabinets.

This potpourri is a blend of Amra pods, lavender stems, cotton pods, and other botanicals infused with the fresh aroma of lavender and chamomile.

It’s best to place them inside a fabric bag so you can put them inside drawers, or hang them on door knobs. For me, I’m going full 80s and putting them in a glass dish in my bathroom. The mix is also my favorite color!

Level Naturals Body Polish ($12.50) This body scrub contains raw sugar and essential oils that helpsmooth the skin. It has cooling eucalyptus oil and lime blended with plant oils and sugar granules that effectively scrubs off the body.

To use, just massage onto wet skin using circular motions and then, rinse thoroughly. However, this one is not recommended to be used on the face.

This is really a maximum relaxation box. The items definitely lived up to the theme. They all bring comfort and coziness along. It suits me well, as I badly need a me-time after long working days. Among the items, I loved the beautiful throw the most, followed by the foot soak. The snacks are great choices for when we need something to munch on while watching TV. I love this box as it reminds me that it’s good to have a relaxing time for myself which will result in a better me! I love this box of positivity and I am excited about what the future boxes will bring at my door!

What was your favorite in this month’s Bombay & Cedar box?

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