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Bulu Box

I can't say enough how much I love the new concept of subscription boxes. Recently I was given the opportunity to review another great subscription box company. Bulu Box is the first and only vitamin and supplement sample box around. Each box comes complete with 4-5 samples plus other great item to aid in your healthy lifestyle or weightloss journey. When I received my box I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and quantity of items that were in my box.

The makers of this box must have been reading my mine when they sent this box to me. Lately I have been so drained and yet ironically unable to sleep. What is not pictured here is the $50 credit to an online workout download company! I have spent the last 2 weeks really trying these products out and  have loved every one of them! Better yet they are products that I only had seen 1 of before. Bulu Box is so easy to sign up as use. Here is all you do head to and then:
  1. Sign Up: Choose a month-to-month, 3, 6 or 12 month plan.
  2. Sample: Sample each vitamin or supplement and try out the fitness gear or weight loss items.
  3. Earn Reward Points: Earn 50 points ($5) or more each month for completing sample surveys, sharing and subscribing.
  4. Save: Use your Reward Points to purchase your favorite products!
I love how you can earn free products just for sharing your thoughts! I have to say though one of my favorite parts of this box has been the price. ONLY $10 a MONTH it is by far not only the cheapest box I have found but has the best value to!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


I love their boxes, I did not get that one yet. I love getting to try lots of products so I know what I like without buying a huge container, saves so much money.

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