Healthy Finds is a monthly subscription service ($7 a month) that allows you the unique opportunity to discover and try out a multitude of natural health products + supplements. Many of these brands don’t put a ton of money into advertising; their focus is on quality. Thus, you may have never heard of them.
Anddd…they don’t just pick ANY products. Healthy Finds only works with brands that are approved by their wellness team, run by Dr Andrew Campbell.
When you sign up for Healthy Finds, you will receive hundreds of dollars in savings (in the form of gift cards that can be redeemed online) towards some of the healthiest brands online + accompanied with information-rich wellness literature and learning material.
What I Think:
After having the priviledge to attend a huge natural products industry convention (Expo West) twice, I completely agree that there are so many incredible products out there being made by brands who are choosing to invest their money in the quality and integrity of their product, versus paying a large amount of money towards advertising and marketing their product. So many great brands go unseen because of this.
I love that Healthy Finds does the research for you and vets the brands ahead of time. The list of brands they work with range from brands that make tea, to healthy granola-type bars, to ketogenic lifestyle supplements. I was impressed by the diversity.
I would compare this to the idea of receiving a subscription box every month that is curated with products for the healthy living lover.
I see the positives being:
-$7 a month is reasonable
-Since they don’t pick the exact products for you, you get to decide which products from each brand you want.
-You shop online for them, so it’s convenient
-You get to discover brands that you might not otherwise ever know about
-The idea of the service is original!
I see a few shortcomings:
-You may end up spending more out of pocket than you’d like to, since the savings is in the form of a $10 or $20 gift card towards your purchase
-Shopping at several different individual online websites to use each gift card is a little inconvenient
I do think the positives outweigh the negatives here, especially if you’re an optimum-health seeking individual who is already shopping online frequently for supplements, nutrition and self care items.
Wanna sign up? Healthy Finds has a promotion running right now. Go check them out! (I don’t even get commission if you do, I just want you to know about ALL the health!)