There was a mix up with my account. I thought that my box had shipped and I went ahead and canceled my account because I wanted to make sure I didn’t get charged for the next month since I am about to move. It turned out that box hadn’t shipped yet and it caused some glitch that resulted in me not getting a box. I got it straightened out and just got my box but now I’m not sure if this is an April box or a May box or what (I originally signed up in March).
Since I already canceled the website doesn’t give me any info and it doesn’t let me review the products.
Anyway, regardless of what month this is (or if it is any month or if they just sent me random stuff since it was sent out between regular shipments), this is what I received.
I really don’t feel like I received as many items as some reviews I have read. Maybe it was just the size of the items compared to the box, though. This was my first and only box for the regular Bulu box. I was just trying it out with a discount code. So, for the discounted price it isn’t bad at all.
These are multi vitamins. The sample I received is a 5 day supply. The retail price is $22.99 for a 30 serving size box (according to the Bulu Box information card). I’ve taken these once but I mean….I can’t really tell anything from taking a vitamin once. A 5 day supply is a pretty good size sample, I think.
Each packet is two pills. A serving is a single pill. So this is a four day supply. These are vegetarian, non-fish based, omega-3 pills. The omega-3 comes from an algae. Which makes these interesting and different from other omega-3 pills. I’ve taken one packet. I have omega-3 that I take anyway that is fish based and I have no problems with those. So, I don’t really need these but I think vegetarian based omega 3 is an interesting product and one that is probably needed by many people. A 30 count bottle retails for $20.99.
Eternal Energy Shot
Eternal energy is a sugar free energy shot. I gave this to my boyfriend. I don’t use energy shots. He hasn’t drank it, yet. I can’t imagine there is much difference in different vitamin based energy shots. So, it’s probably much like all the others. A 12 shot pack retails for $11.98.
Earth’s Care Muscle and Joint Rub
This is a full size 2.5oz product that retails at $14.25. I really like this muscle rub. It eased the pain in wrist without the strong smell or burn of icyhot. So, this full size item alone was worth over the price that I paid for the box.
Sun Chlorella Granules
I’m not really sure what these are. The description isn’t helpful. It says they can be used in food or drink and that they are a “detoxifying super food” but I don’t know exactly what is in them. A 20 day supply retails at $38.99. So, whatever they are they are expensive. I gave them to my boyfriend. He takes more supplements and things than I do.
There was also a $100 wine voucher. You have to buy a case of wine valued at $160 or higher, though. We don’t drink wine. So, anyone that wants to use this code feel free to go ahead and use it. Post a comment saying you used, though. That way anyone else interested knows that it has been used already.
The value of this box turned out pretty, good. I only paid $8 for the box. Regular price is $10. Shipping is always free. It is a good value box for people that are into supplements and exercise. They also offer a weight loss box. You can sign up for either here: http://www.bulubox.com