It’s time for another round of What’s In That Bulu Box?! If that doesn’t sound familiar, that’s because this is the first time I’m using the term (sounds like a fun game show, right?), but you can check out some of my past Bulu Boxes here, here, and here!
Anyway, January’s box was pretty good. Let’s open it up and see what’s inside, shall we?
AlternaVives Kids – This is a quick-melting vitamin supplement for kids. Apparently it doesn’t have any sugar, aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners, colors, flavors, or preservatives. It’s also vegan-friendly. I don’t have kids, so I can’t provide a taste review, but Raspberry Cotton Candy and Strawberry Bubble Gum sounds pretty great for the young ‘uns.
Xooma FocusUp – This is an energy drink of sorts. I haven’t tried it yet as I’m a little wary of energy drinks/supplements, but it’s supposed to give you a boost of healthy energy and improve both focus and mental cognition. Maybe I’ll try it before the gym or if I’m having a hard time focusing at work.
Nogii Paleo Bar – I got the Nuts About Tropical Fruit flavor and it was mighty tasty. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free, and preservative-free. Win win win! Plus, I can pronounce all the ingredients. Quadruple win! The taste and texture reminded me of Rise Bars, if you’ve had those.
HELPS Tea Organic R+R – This lemon balm and passion flower tea was pretty delicious. It’s caffeine free and is meant to provide relaxation and stress relief. I drank this on a particularly stressful day at work, and I have to say – it calmed me down a bit.
Wild Alaskan Fish Oil – I think I’ve gotten fish oil in some form in every Bulu Box. I can’t blame them; fish oil is pretty good for ya. It has Omega-3’s, reduces the risk of heart disease, and I hear it’s great for you hair, skin, and nails.
Kare-N-Herbs Kold Kare – So this stuff. Supposedly, it’s been found effective at reducing headaches, fever, irritation (like the kind created by upstairs neighbors that are either dropping heavy weights, constantly reflooring, or bowling in their living room?), congestion, and fatigue, quickly and naturally and can reduce cold and flu symptoms. How? It’s made with the extract of a the natural potent medicinal plant Andographic paniculta. What? Like you’ve never heard of it. Psh. I’ll save this one for a sick day.
So how does Bulu Box work? Each month (you can sign up for a month-to-month, 3 month, 6 month, or 12 month subscription), you’ll get a custom box filled with 4-5 samples (or 6, like this box) from top brands. You earn points for each box you get and can get even more points for sharing your thoughts on the products. You can then use said points to purchase full-sized versions of your favorite products. Pretty sweet, huh?
If you are interested in trying Bulu Box, I have an awesome deal for you! You can use my Bulu Box Ambassador code to get 50% OFF a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription! Just use this link and enter BULUGAN009 at checkout.
Let me know if you sign up and how you like it!
Did you get this month’s Bulu Box? What did you think? Have you tried any of these products?
NOTE: As a Bulu Box Ambassador, I received this box free from Bulu Box in exchange for helping them spread the word about their product. That said, all views expressed in the above post are 100% my own, and I would never help promote a brand I do not believe in.