Little Life Box is a Canadian Healthy Lifestyle Subscription Box that includes a variety of different healthy food and products each month. They have two box options to choose from the Original Box or the Vegan Box. My review is for the original box.
Box: Little Life Box
Cost: $19.95 Monthly / 3 months $54.96 / 6 months $107.94 / 12 months / 214.80 you can also do a 1 month trial/gift for $22.95
Shipping: Ships to Canada Only $3.95
What you get: a variety or healthy products, food, skin care, vitamin supplements etc.
Promo Code: You can use my promo code HappyMail to get 10% off of your monthly subscription. It’s a great way to try out Little Life Box and see if you like it.
April’s box was full of so many goodies ! I found some new favourites in this box, this is definitely one of my top recommended subscription boxes, I am always thrilled when I open their packages.
Camino Chocolate Bar – Espresso Flavour
I’ve tried a few flavours of the Camino Chocolate Bars and so far I’ve enjoyed them all. This Espresso flavour had a good balance of Coffee and Dark Chocolate. Yum!
Chai Moments – Masala Chai Flavour
I’m just an occasional tea and coffee drinker but my husband needs his daily dose(s) of caffeine and we both really loved this! It’s very convenient and great for work. They also have Ginger and Cardamom flavours. I’ve bought the ginger and it’s really tasty as well.
Three Farmers Roasted Chickpeas – Balsamic and Cracked Pepper Flavour
I’m a huge roasted chickpeas fan. I’ve tried the BBQ flavour from this brand and liked it, but I LOVE the Balsamic and Cracked Pepper from this box. It’s my new favourite snack.
Crio Beans – Chocolate Covered Cocoa Beans
More Chocolate ! I wasn’t really sure what to expect from these chocolate covered cocoa beans. When I tasted them I was reminded of chocolate covered almonds. Cocoa Beans are much softer than I had expected and have a very subtle flavour. It was a good snack, and something I had never tried before.
GoGo Quinoa – Dark Chocolate Cake Mix
I made this pretty much as soon as I got it, because yumm chocolate cake . I was very impressed with this cake, it’s gluten free but you would really never know it was moist and had a deep dark chocolate flavour. In a previous box I received some GoGo Quinoa cookies and those were good also, thanks Little Life Box for introducing me to this brand I would have never tried it on my own.
WowButter – Soy nut butter
I like receiving these little samples of nut butters, it’s really convenient to throw in my snack bag for when G gets hungry on the road. It doesn’t taste exactly like peanut butter but it’s pretty close.
Grandma Emily’s Organic Granola Bars – Tropical Fruit Bar & Raisin Almond Bar
Grandma Emily you make good granola bars. These were good full of flavour and soft and chewy, just the way I like it. I’ll be getting more of these.
EcoTools – Corn Resin Makeup Applicators
These makeup applicators come in 3 sizes, they are a nice addition to the box. Bonus use ! G has been using some of them for water colour painting, they are nice and sturdy for his tiny hands and at around 2 inches perfect in size, they hold the paint pretty well too. Much better than the flimsy paint brushes that come with the paint sets.
Pure – Laundry Detergent and Mulipurpose Cleanser
In the box are sample bottles of laundry detergent and multipurpose cleaning solution. I’m always looking for better less chemical filled cleaning products, these worked well and are made in Canada ! My next laundry detergent purchase will most likely be from them.
Little Life Box doesn’t come with a product card because every box is unique. On their website you can search for more information about all the products you received in your box and where you can purchase more if you liked it. I really like this feature it’s helpful especially when I find something I really like.
I really love this box, and highly recommend it. I honestly haven’t been disappointed by any box I’ve gotten from them. For $20/month it’s well worth the cost. You can check them out here and use the code HAPPYMAIL for 10% off a monthly subscription.
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