How much do Care/Of vitamins cost? (Explained)

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My CareOf Box

You’ve probably seen ads for Care/Of vitamins on Instagram.

They’re all of the place these days!

They promise a personalized vitamin regimine, built just for you, that will help you feel your best each and every day.

It all sounds a little fancy, right?

How much do Care/Of vitamins actually cost?

Care/Of vitamins cost, roughly, about $30-50 per month. It all depends on your specific vitamin stack along with which supplements, extras, and powders you’re taking each month, as well.

My monthly stack when I tried the service for a month (read my full Care/Of vitamins review) came out to $44 per month.

I’ll break down the exact costs and specifics below!

(Or you can start here with your free personalized quiz.)


My Daily Vitamin Stack & Supplements

After going through the (extremely detailed and thorough) Care/Of vitamins quiz, here’s what the company recommended for me.

I had mentioned I was mostly interested in better performance in the gym and recovery from my workouts. Otherwise, I’m a pretty healthy and active 32 year old man.

So my recommended stack was:

Ashwaganda 600mg

To relieve stress, tension, and promotes muscle endurance and overall fitness.

Vitamin C 250mg

To bolster my immune system and aerobic endurance.

Cranberry powder 500mg

To support urinary tract health.

(Hey, I am getting older, after all.)

Rhodiola 250mg

To lower stress levels and reduce fatigue.

Magnesium 400mg

To support a good night’s sleep.

Whey protein powder

For extra protein to add in workout recovery.

Maca root powder (5 packets)

To support and promote high energy levels and athletic performance.

I decided to try everything except the whey protein powder (I prefer to get my protein from real foods).

Care/Of sent a month’s supply, enough for me to take each vitamin once per day, along with 5 of the maca root packets.

In total, my stack came out to $44.

The actual vitamins were $37 for the month, and the maca root was an extra $7.

If you decided to order your full recommended regimine, or if your stack was more robust for one reason or another, you Care/Of cost could easily total over $50 per month.

On the other hand, you’re always free to drop certain supplements from your order and bring the cost down.


Can you order Care/Of vitamins a la carte?

Sort of, yes!

If you take the quiz and set yourself up with an account and a regular Care/Of monthly order, you can add or subtract anything you want to your box.

You can add vitamins to your order from anywhere from $5 to $22 each, including:

  • Vitamin B12
  • B Complex
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Prenatal
  • Vitamin K2
  • Multivitamin
  • Magnesium
  • Calcium Plus
  • Iron
  • Zinc

Extra herbs are available for your Care/Of box from about $7-10, including:

  • Ashwaghanda
  • Rhodiola
  • Turmeric
  • Elderberry
  • Milk thistle
  • Garlic
  • Evening primrose
  • Saw Palmetto
  • Cranberry

You can also add probiotics or specialty vitamins to your order from $8-19 each.


My experience (Is Care/Of worth it?)

Overall, I really enjoyed my time trying Care/Of vitamins, and I felt physically pretty good while I was taking my daily stack!

You can check out my full review for way more detail, but I’ll give you a few quick pros and cons, what I liked and what I didn’t:

Care/Of Pros:

I had great workouts! The stack of supplements and vitamins they sent really did help me perform better in the gym and experience better recovery. A+ for this aspect of the service!

My mood was great. I definitely felt energetic and, overall, in a light mood most days when I was using Care/Of. It’s hard to contribute it 100% to the vitamins, but the positive correlation was good to see!

Professionalism. I loved the packaging and the high-quality sourcing of ingredients. I definitely felt good about handing my money over to these folks.

Care/Of Cons:

Taking the pills sucks. Some of the pills were pretty big. I’m not bad at taking pills, but it wasnt the most fun thing to do in the whole world.

A little expensive. I’ll be honest, if you decide to take Care/Of and keep up with it every month, it’ll start to really add up in costs. It’s hard to put a price on your health and wellness, but I would definitely try it out to see if you get any benefits before you get yourself on a regular delivery. (Remember to pause your subscription if you’re not sure yet!)


Wrapping Up

Depending your the results of your personalized vitamin quiz, you should expect to pay $30-50 per month to try Care/Of Vitamins.

My personal regimine came out to about $44, and that’s after I removed one of the powders (whey) from my order.

Any other questions about Take Care/Of? Hit me up in the comments!

And don’t forget to take your personalized quiz right here and see what you get!

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