If you’re looking to cultivate a beginning spiritual practice, Goddess Provisions is a great box to start with. Designed to nurture your inner goddess, each monthly box includes 4-6 full-size items including crystals, aromatherapy, apothecary beauty products, superfood snacks, teas, books and more.
There’s only one subscription level that promises a total retail value between $80-$100 for every box. At first glance when I received my box, I can believe that the items are all worth that.
Shipping: Ships worldwide from the U.S. during the first week of the month. New subscribers will receive their first box by the 20th.
Shipping: 5/5 Stars
Packaging: 5/5 Stars
Quality of Products: 5/5 Stars
Retail Value: 5/5 Stars
Curation: 5/5 Stars
Packaging and Unboxing
Goddess Provisions came in the cutest box that set the mood for me to feel excited about digging into the items. Even when all of the items were out of the box, I was pleasantly surprised by the inside design as it included several inspirational and spiritual words that continued the overall theme through the entire packaging. What impressed me the most about the packaging was the informational card that not only had all of the items listed, a monthly mantra to set intentions with, but also the retail value of each item so I could compare back with what was originally promised.
It also included coupon codes for every single item if I wanted to purchase more items from each of the vendors. If that wasn’t all (and that was already impressive!), the card also included a digital bonus, a 2019 Astro Guide that had an additional value of $20. I could not have been more impressed with the packaging and detail that outlined exactly what I was getting for my money.
1. Dreamymoons Pillow Case
I wasn’t sure what the fabric was when I first looked but when I realized it was a pillow case I thought it was a fun addition that you don’t see very often. It would be perfect for creating a meditation space and incorporating your connection to the cosmos.
2. Coal Miner’s Daughter Cosmic Dust Spray
The scent of the dust spray wasn’t my favorite and not overly fragrant but I loved the idea of it and again appreciated that it was made with all-natural ingredients. I could see myself using the dust spray to create an ambiance for meditation and journaling, rather than an everyday scent I’d wear regularly.
3. Crystal Bar Soap Citrus Comet
My favorite part about this soap is that when you’re done with the soap, there’s a carnelian stone floating inside waiting to be added to your crystal collection. I also appreciate that the soap is handmade vegan and includes essential oils.
4. WEI Chocolate Joyful Chocolate
As with most dark chocolate, this treat is meant to savor and not eat a ton of at one time. This particular chocolate was super intriguing as it’s made with citrus, lavender and mint essential oils. I don’t think I could eat a lot of it but I can appreciate the unique flavor.
5. Technician of the Sacred Crystal Sphere Stand
I really didn’t know what I was opening as I’ve never heard of a sphere stand but what I really loved about this was the craftsmanship that went into the woodwork and detail. At closer look, the wood pattern has a visual meaning behind it as the “Dance of Venus,” or the path created as Venus and Earth orbit around the sun.
6. Amethyst Sphere
The amethyst sphere is so perfectly round and colored that it looks like a tasty gumball to enjoy rather than a crystal. Once I realized it goes with the sphere stand I understood the shape. I was especially excited that I received amethyst as i recently read about certain crystals and what they help with and that was one I wanted to add to my collection.
You cannot go wrong in any way, shape or direction with Goddess Provisions. The value is top-notch and the packaging/curation is what makes subscription boxes so worth the splurge. I can’t wait to see what next month’s box brings me and I’m stoked to use these products to grow my spiritual practices.
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