I have enjoyed my last few Co-Ed Supply Big Orange Boxes (see past reviews here), as they always have a great variety of snacks, skincare items and college/dorm decor, and so I was very excited to see this on my doorstep!
Packed to the brim, I couldn’t wait to dig into my Co-Ed Supply box! I saw some snacks peeing through on top, plus what looks like a beauty or skincare product.
As usual, they included an information card with details on all the products included.
These bags of The Daily Crave Veggie Sticks and Veggie Chips are so delicious! I’ve had various veggie-style chips before: ones baked, fried, puffed, etc, and I think the design of these individual baggies won me over first, then the flavor! Would definitely recommend and repurchase!
Craving sweet and spicy? These Olomomo Righteous Cinnamon Cayenne Almonds are sugary coated and then wham! there’s a kick of cayenne and spice and you need a glass of water, then reach for more. Highly addictive and delicious.
I’ve had Snapea Crisps quite a few times before and although it’s not a new brand or product to me, it’s still a good snack go-to. It’s crispy, crunchy and salty.. a good switch from a greasy potato chip.
The next item is David Rio Tiger Spice Chai, a mix that you add to hot milk or water to create a warm chai latte style drink. It’s a good size for on-the-go, I just wish they threw in another of the same item or a different flavor.
Perfect Fuel Dark Chocolate with Ginseng is an energized chocolate bar/snack. The chocolate fills any sweet cravings, plus the cacao is good for your heart, and the ginseng gives you energy to keep moving instead of feeling sluggish.
I was really happy to see these Blum Organics Daily Cleansing Towelettes with Micro beads. In a yummy organic orange peel scent, these are perfect for exfoliating your face and help to also remove makeup.
I wasn’t as keen for this magazine called The Red Bulletin. Each box included a year-long subscription of this new magazine created by RedBull, which includes a few different themes and topics like music, cars and events. It just seems more geared toward a different crowd or personality than mine.
The final item is a voucher for a discount for Dorm Room Movers service. Unfortunately, I can’t use this, but I guess if you live near where it is offered, it might be helpful. I’d rather see dorm decor or something instead.
All in all, I was really happy with the variety of items in this months Co-Ed Supply Box. I loved The Daily Crave Veggie Sticks/Chips and the Olomomo Sweet and Spicy Nuts most of all, as well as the Blum Organics Facial Wipes. I would have preferred to have received more beauty items or dorm decor/dorm life items instead of the Red Bulletin Magazine and the Dorm Movers voucher/discount however.
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