Fitness Reviews

Little Life Box

March 11, 2014

Recently the kind folks at Little Life Box reached out to me to see if I would be interested in doing a review of their subscription box. The Little Life Box is a Canadian monthly subscription box containing 12-15 green, organic and health conscious products. My box actually featured a mix of sample packs and full sized goodies. The total value of my samples was over $50! Considering the boxes are $19.99/month (plus $3/box shipping to any Canadian province), that’s a great deal! Boxes are even tailored for men or women, so it would be neat to see what kinds of different products each gender would get each month.

I love that subscription boxes allow you to sample new products that you might not necessarily try otherwise and introduce you to new products and companies. I also love the option to only purchase one box or subscribe to a number of boxes depending on your commitment level. Did I mention this is a Canadian company? hashtag support local. Yeah I just hashtagged in a blog, so what.

Without further ado, here is an awkward video of me sharing the contents of the March Little Life Box!

Little Life Box Reveal from The Bex Factor on Vimeo.


Leave a comment below telling me what kind of subscription box you would sign up for to be entered to win your very own Little Life Box! For extra entries, like Little Life Box on Facebook  OR share this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter and leave an additional comment to tell me that you did so. I will announce a winner on Friday! This giveaway is open to all of you lovely Canadians!

Product info:

1. Sun Warrior Protein Powder (Vegan)             $2.95       Raw Elements (sample pack)

2. Orange Naturals Vitamin D3 Drops                 $12.99      Can-Prev Premium Health Products  (full-sized product)

3. Chloralfa Breath Freshener                           $5.00       LandArt  (Full-sized product)

4. Lotus Aroma Bath & Body Gel                        n/d         Dermo-Lab Pharma  (no retail value, not available at retail)

5. Free-For-All-Kitchen Gluten Free Crackers     $0.99        Partner’s (sample pack)

6. Bounce Energy Ball -Coconut Madadamia       $2.30        Positive Health Products  (full sized product)

7. Teeccino Coffee Alternative                        $0.75        Teechia   (sample pack)

8. Q Energy Drink                                          $17.95        Q Energy  (full-sized product)

9. 3 Teas Terrific Tasting Tea                          $2.00          3 Teas   (sample pack)

10. Enerex Greens                                          $1.99          Enerex   (sample pack)

11. Montagne Jeunesse Menuka Honey Mask       $1.99         Farley Co.  (retail product)

12. EcoTools – Shower Poof                            $1.99         Farley Co.   (retail product)

Disclaimer: I was provided the March Little Life Box in exchange for honest review as well as a box to giveaway. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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  • Reply
    March 11, 2014 at 9:22 am

    I liked the Facebook page and checked out their website. Didn’t see any types of boxes. The Bounce balls look interesting. I also like tea!

  • Reply
    March 11, 2014 at 9:24 am

    I also shared on Facebook!

  • Reply
    March 11, 2014 at 5:03 pm

    I would be pretty excited to get Q and protein powder, having said that, food and consumables are always exciting to me! I love your video blog, very adorable.

    • Reply
      March 14, 2014 at 6:53 am

      The protein powder was awful. 🙁

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    Annette Chai
    March 13, 2014 at 10:57 pm

    If I could subscribe to any kind of box, it would be either a box of beauty & bath products, or a box of new food products.

    I love the idea of the samples to try before buying a full-sized product, especially since I have sensitive skin & allergy issues. As well, you get to try a new product that you may not be familiar with or know that is out there.

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    Annette Chai
    March 13, 2014 at 11:02 pm

    Liked Little Life Box on facebook, and shared the giveaway on facebook & twitter (@dreamflyer100).

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    March 21, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    The box was alright but most of the sruff was kind of small. Love your blog tho.

    • Reply
      March 21, 2014 at 9:25 pm

      Thank you for stopping by! There were a couple full sized products. I find subscription boxes are usually sample sized products with one or two full sized products.

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