Monday, November 25, 2013

November Bulu - Weight Loss Box

In addition to their regular box Bulu Box also has a box focused on weight loss.  This box contains a variety of 4-5 weight loss targeting items including but not limited to supplements, fitness tools and healthy eating tools for both men and women. The cost of the box is $10 a month or $110 a year ($10 savings) which brings it down to $9.16 a month. The boxes ship around the 15th of the month so this box will arrive towards the end of every month.  This is a great way to try supplements and weight loss items without spending a ton of money.

This subscription box ships to the US only and ships from Lincoln, Nebraska. 

The good:

New products: Weight loss products can be overwhelming and expensive to try.  This allows you to try new products for a low price.

Samples sizes: The sizes are really decent.  I received multiples of a few items which will allow me to try it a couple of times.

Information: They include a card with the product information on it.

Access to products: There are links to purchase the products on the Bulu website.

Points: You can earn points by reviewing products on their websites. Points can be used for discounts on full size items. I've used my points to by a protein powder I liked.

Skip a month: No but you can put your account on pause.  It will stay in that status until you reactivate it.

The not so good:

You may get products you won't use or don't want to use.  A lot of people don't like taking supplements which I totally respect but I would say this probably isn't the box for you.

November Bulu Weight Loss Box

Contents of box with approximate retail price listed:

Easy-To-Swallow Omega 3S:
2 Wiley's Finest Fish Oil pills. Value = $0.50

Share The Health:
Yaft Bar in Blueberry Crunch. Value = $3.00

Natural Cramp Relief:
2 Menstrual Magic soft gels. Value = $1.30

Petroleum Jelly Alternative:
26g tube of Waxelene. Value = $6.85 - This came with a card that included a 100 uses for waxelene. You can do everything from soothe chapped lips to shining your shoes. 

Delicious Energy:
Energems. Value = $2.99 - This says one box is equal to 3 energy drinks. They tasted pretty good like minty chocolate with a slightly odd aftertaste. I ate two towards the end of my graveyard shift and I guessed they worked because I wasn't exhausted but I wasn't overly amped either. 

Ooberluxe idabble Gift Card. Value = $30.00

The total value of my Bulu box is $14.64 or $44.64 if you count the gift card. The Ooberluxe service is very different. Basically it's a place where you can request things such as find me a gift for my boss whose a dog lover in the $50 range or I want to travel to Jamaica and stay in a floating hotel. The gift card is enough for 5 searches which usually run $5 each. The blueberry crunch bar is very thick and feels like it will have a good crunch to it. Also I read the package and it says it's for you and your dog meaning you can share your snack with your pup. I take fish oil everyday, I like the idea of wild Alaskan salmon fish oil I just hope it doesn't give fish burps. Cramp relief pills? sure why not?
Verdict: Interesting box of items I've never tried. 

If anyone wants to try a Bulu Box send me an email at and I'll send you a link via email for a free box.

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