I’ve been subscribed to Goddess Provisions since about last April of 2017. It’s been a great way for me to collect spiritual tools, try out new products I would’ve never bought otherwise, and it’s always a little ray of sunshine and magic when it’s delivered.
For my complete round up of the best witchy/spiritual boxes out there, click here to read that post.
Here’s what we got in the February 2018 box, themed “Faerie Magick”.
1. Cottagewicks Candle | $20 Value
So I do have a gripe with this first item: I think this candle is beautiful and smells good, but I don’t like that GP gave it a $20 value.
So while I like the candle and will definitely use it, I don’t think they valued it correctly. I looked up these traveling tin candles on the brand’s site and they’re sold for $7, and the crystals and herbs that are put on top wouldn’t cost more than $2, especially bought in bulk.
Their card description says: Lighten up your sacred space with this soy candle made with lavender essential oil and sprinkled with strawberry quartz crystals, turquenite & herbs.
2. Pacifica Liquid Highlighter | $13 Value
Sometimes Goddess Provisions sends makeup which is nice because it’s always vegan and paraben free, etc. This is a highlighter and I tested it out on my wrist so you can see how shimmery it is. It stays on too.
Their card description says: Use this magic wand to apply a touch of faerie dust to your cheekbones, eyelids and/or collarbones.
3. Element Botanicals Bath Salts | $7 Value
I loved these bath salts. They smelled really nice and definitely made my bath feel more magical. I usually put in 1.5 cups of epsom salt and then half a cup of some sort of special salt; I used half of this bottle in the bath which wasn’t half a cup but was still plenty.
Their card description says: Add a dash of these botanical salts featuring rosewood and lavender essential oils into your bath for a cleansing ritual.
4. Biolumenessence Flower Essence | $15 Value
I’m most excited for this. I’ve never had a flower essence before but I keep pulling this oracle card that mentions that I should get some.
I read this on another site about flower essences:
Flower essences have been categorized as vibrational medicine and have been documented to produce beneficial results by gently impacting the body’s subtle energies in a positive way, restoring balance and facilitating the conditions for thriving. – Integrative Nutrition
Their card description says: Put 3-4 drops of this flower essence under your tongue or in your favorite beverage, DIY skincare creation or bath to align with the energy of nature spirits. (I put it in my bath and loved the smell)!
5. Lisa Junius Pin | $12 Value
Their card description says: Add this adorable faerie friend to your favorite jacket or bag where she can remind you to go outside to frolic in nature and connect with your inner child.
6. Superfeast Mushroom Blend | $28 Value
So this was interesting! At first I thought it was herbal tea but then saw it was mushrooms.
The card description says: Boost your immune system by adding a dose of this blend of 8 medicinal mushrooms to your smoothie, juice, elixir, hot chocolate or to a cup of hot water to make a tea.
I’ll definitely be trying this next time I make a smoothie or juice.
7. Rose Quartz | $2 Value
I wasn’t super excited about this crystal since it just didn’t feel that great in my hands (kind of muddy and not much weight to it like my other rose quartz crystals), but I’m currently using it on my nightstand lamp next to my anointing oils.
Their card description says: This stone emits the vibration of unconditional love, joy and emotional healing. Hold it close to your heart to incense your loving feelings towards all beings.
This month definitely wasn’t my favorite, to be honest. Their November box was amazing and their latest 2018 March box was packed with serious value. Fingers crossed they stay awesome like that every month!
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Lots of love,
Jessica Dimas is the creator of Manifesting Magic with the Moon.
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