I haven't tried the blueberry nut bar yet, but it looks good, so I'll probably bring it to work for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up.
The Country Life product is a supplement that boosts energy and is said to help relieve stress. I'm not really a "supplement" person, but this product had me at "stress relief," so I'm sure I'll be using it.
The Green Now intrigues me...it's a mist that you spray on your skin every day to, as the company says, "cleanse, moisturize, refresh, and revitalize." I'm up for that, so I'll be giving this a try.
My thoughts? I liked the variety of products that I received in this Conscious Box. I was expecting it to be filled mostly with food, so it was a nice surprise to find home and beauty products in it as well. For what I paid ($7.95), it was a good deal. I don't know, however, whether I'll continue subscribing, as the normal monthly cost is $19.99 (which includes shipping). I loved most of what I received, but I'm just not sure the value is there. However, I think the box's goal (to provide natural, eco-friendly products) is admirable and important, especially now, when everything we use and consume seems disposable and laden with preservatives. To support that mission, I might buy the occasional box here and there.
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