Subscription Saturday: Merkaela’s Autumn Box

Hi loves!

Welcome to another post of my Subscription box series! I went over the details behind this series this post! Just to refresh you, here’s a little tidbit from that post on what you should expect:

“I’ll be sharing those [gift and subscription services] that align with health or wellness in some form or another. So you’ll see a wide range of boxes that offer organic and/or natural products, that promote a healthy and active lifestyle, that support mental, spiritual or emotional wellness, that bring awareness to a good cause, and that are locally sourced and support small businesses.”

This week, I’m sharing a subscription service you may recognize from a previous post or two – Merkaela. Merkaela is one of my favorite subscription services because everything is crafted with love and so much attention to detail, so I was thrilled when they reached out to me again! As a refresher, they’re a quarterly subscription service that believes that the products you use should be nourishing to you, and be good for the environment. Their all-natural health and wellness products are made with wholesome ingredients that you can actually read and pronounce. Not only are they good for our bodies, but for our mind and spirit as well!

In each box from Merkaela, you’ll received carefully crafted items surrounding a central theme. These products include body butters, tea, sage, bath salts, mantras, meditations, special playlists and so much more! Each product will create a spiritual experience for your mind, body, spirit, or all three! I received their Autumn box, which seems to be focused around manifesting (one of my favorite words, lately)!

With Merkaela, you’re receiving products that can help reduce your carbon footprint, so you can feel good about subscribing! Their products are made from natural, organic and chemical-free materials, and their packaging is recyclable. I’m already thinking of several ideas for reusing their cute, minimalist containers! Not only are they good for the environment, but for people all over the world as well. All of their products are ethically sourced, so you know they’re coming from farmers and artisans that are treated fairly. Have I mentioned that they also donate a percentage of their proceeds to environmental support programs? That’s definitely a plus in my book!

In my beautiful autumn box, I received the following products:

  • Pu’erh Classic Chai Tea
  • Sacred Sage SMudge Stick
  • Feather
  • Rosemary Juniper Salt Bath
  • Black Tourmaline Pendant
  • Sweetgrass Soap
  • Frankincense & Orange Shea Body Butter
  • Sandalwood & Ylang Ylang Meditation Elixir
  • Affirmation Card
  • Autumn-Themed Playlist

Just like the last two boxes I received from Merkaela, I was overwhelmed with a sense of pure joy and content. Once again, all of the products were so beautifully packaged, and the assortment of wellness products was clearly well-thought out. I was greeted with the most pleasant aroma as well, and couldn’t help but feel giddy as I looked at each product. From the sweetgrass soap that seems as though it was crafted perfectly for my skin-needs and aromatic preferences, to the caramel chai tea that felt like it was handpicked for me, I have absolutely no doubt that I will cherish each of these items and find joy as I use them entirely.

Between all three boxes that I’ve received from Merkaela, I’ve noticed a great deal of consistency. Each box has come with a crystal, a smudging item, a perfect tea blend, a soap, a body butter, a mist, and some type of bath salt. These boxes are the perfect gift for someone looking to green-up their beauty routine, and for someone to live their life more intentionally.

Don’t forget to stop by Merkaela’s website (their blog is amazing!) and their InstagramFacebook and Twitter! I hope you’ll fall in love with them as much as I have!




** I received this product for free in exchange for a blog post. Images and thoughts are all my own.**

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