maty's immune influenster voxbox

Maty’s Influenster VoxBox Review + Unboxing

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maty's immune influenster voxbox

Recently Influenster sent us over one of their Maty’s Voxbox to review. This was sent because of my strong affinity for all natural health care products for me an my family! If you aren’t familiar with Influenster it’s an online platform where you can review products and receive free products in exchange for review. Read on for more details.

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My first glimpse inside the Maty’s VoxBox

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Everything that came in my Maty’s VoxBox


So what is all this stuff? 

The first two items in my box are the Maty’s Organic Coco Mint Cough Syrup. There are two varieties… the regular and the children’s version. Both have 6 ounces and can be used on kids ages 1+. The ingredients are exactly the same so… if you are wondering if you need both, you don’t.

Because these contain honey they are not to be used on younger kids.

Full Ingredient List


Olive Oil

Apple Cider Vinegar


Sea Salt


Cinnamon Bark

Lemon Balm Extract

Peppermint Oil


Cayenne Pepper



and Water

maty's super berry immune support

Next up in my box is the Maty’s Super Berry Immune Support. I really love anything that includes Elderberry and this meets the bill and also includes Zinc! This bottle includes 60 capsules suitable for kids age 12+. The serving is 2 capsules so this is a 30 day supply.

I will say that I suggest taking these with a meal because on an empty stomach they gave me a tummyache.

Ingredients Lists

Vitamin C

Vitamin D




Super Berry Blend (Elderberry Aronia Berry Acerola Cherry Extract)






Vegetable Capsules


The final item in my box from Influenster X Maty’s are these three packets of the Super Berry Immune Support in single use packets. 1 packet is enough for one serving and the ingredients are slightly different than the capsules above.

Included are Vitamin C, Vitamin D, Zinc, Super berry blend, Blueberry, Strawberry and Stevia Leaf Extract in addition to Maltodextrin. This is mixed into a cup of water and tastes pretty good if you are ok with Stevia Extract.


So what do you think? Does this seem like a great way to stave off colds and infections without using medicines and yucky stuff (especially on your littles?) If so you can find Maty’s at CVS, Walmart and Walgreen’s.


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