Thursday, April 25, 2013

Review: Bulu Box

I have had the opportunity to review a few subscription boxes lately and it is good to understand the differences between them and just what they offer. And some, like the Bulu Box, you can't tell what they contain in them by the name of the box.

Bulu Box is a subscription box service for vitamins and supplements and other products that might be of interest to those interested in vitamins and supplements. Each box id said to contain a minimum of 4-5 items.

I do use some supplements, vitamins and energy products to help supplement my active lifestyle so this box does fit with products I am interested in. Over the years I have found that not all supplements, vitamins and energy products are created equal and they can be quite spendy, so it it nice to be able to try a product for one or two times to evaluate if it is something you would like.

These products tend to me new products on the market, so there may not already be reviews out there for them or you might not have known they existed, so if you are the type of person that likes to try new  supplements, vitamins and energy products before other people and let others know about a new great find, then this could be perfect for you.

What you get each month in the box is a surprise, so it's a bit of a gamble. But it can be kind of fun to see just what you get to try out. I did get 6 samples to review, 5 of them were for 1 or 2 uses but the other wasa full size bag of energy chews.

You can subscribe to Bulu Box for $10 a month. You can choose to buy each month independently or you can sign up for a 3, 6, or 12 month subscription so that it is already paid for an automatically ships. If you sign up for the 12 month subscription right now, you only have to pay for 11 months.

I was given a Bulu Box for the purpose of review. No monetary compensation was recieved. All thoughts, opinions and pictures are my own.

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