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Buying Guide: This eco-friendly subscription box will help you jump start a greener lifestyle

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If you’re looking for ways to reduce waste, support sustainable companies, and reduce toxic chemicals in your home, but you don’t know where to start, this eco-friendly lifestyle subscription box from Bold Box is the perfect solution.

Why should you try an environmentally friendly subscription box?

With new sustainable products entering the market every day, it can be tough to choose which green products to incorporate into your home or lifestyle. Bold Box offers a carefully curated selection of 8-10 full sized items, from eco-friendly personal care picks like lip balm and jade rollers to green home supplies like dryer balls and laundry detergent. Each pick offers you a taste of eco-friendly trends and exposes you to green companies.

How often does it arrive?

Bold Box is a quarterly subscription that arrives at your door every three months. That means you’ll get a chance to use the products in one box before the next arrives, which cuts down on product waste.

How much does it cost?

Bold Box comes in at $60 a box or $240 a year. Since each box contains up to 10 full sized products and many (think stainless steel lunch boxes and reusable silicone food storage bags) are good for years if not a lifetime.

Bold Box Eco-Friendly Lifestyle Subscription Box available from Amazon

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