{Review} Bulu Box ~ Monthly Health Products Subscription

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logoDetails: Bulu Box is the first vitamin, supplement and general health subscription sample box designed to help you feel your best. Every month, you’ll get a box filled with 4 to 5 premium, curated samples from top brands. Look forward to a new mix of products for both women and men, including vitamins, weight loss, sports nutrition, protein, diet, energy, detox, digestion, sexual health, herbs, natural remedies, endurance and more. We’ll make sure you get enough to decide if the product is right for you. No shipping or shady fees. Depending on your plan, you can cancel anytime. Get ready for a healthy discovery!

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Personal Experience: I wasn’t sure what to expect with Bulu Box, so I was excited for it to arrive… sort of like Christmas with healthy stuff. I shouldn’t have been so excited. It left me feeling like the day after Christmas when I’m standing in the returns line.

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The box contained far too little for the cost, in my opinion. There were several samples for weight loss supplements, a packet of protein powder, and herbals. There were a few included offers for discounts on products, as well. The one full-sized product, C-Spray, seemed like a great idea in theory but fell flat in practice. It takes 9 sprays to get a single dose. Who really has time in their busy schedule to squirt out their vitamins? The packaging also leaked constantly… leaving my cabinet a sticky, orange-scented mess. I do think it was effective, but no more so than any other Vitamin C product.

I hate to give negative reviews, but my overall opinion on Bulu Box is a solid “meh.” I’m a health junkie and often into the latest products available, but I could live without this.

Pros: Great way to sample a variety of new health and diet products.

Cons: Overpriced for such a meager offering.

Overall Rating

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3 Comments

  1. Thanks for the review. I would have been disappointed with this box to. I’m in the process of reviewing the Conscious Box. I’ll be posting about it this week. You might want to check it out.

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    • I will definitely be on the lookout for that. I have seen Conscious Box mentioned and thought it may be something I would have an interest in. I’m feeling a bit disappointed in subscription boxes at the moment, but I know they are not all created equal.

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  2. I was also disappointed in this box. You’re right; most of the items were samples.

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