Ecocentric Mom Box Review – March 2017


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Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

Ecocentric Mom is a unique monthly product delivery service. They focus on healthy, natural, organic products exclusively for moms, moms-to-be, and babies. Your monthly box will be packed with 5-9 natural and eco-friendly goodies from businesses that care for the planet and our health.

Ecocentric Mom
Cost: $24.95/Bi-Monthly
Ships To: United States (Free). Alaska, Hawaii & Canada (add $12/shipping)
Coupon Code: “ECOSUMMER” to save $5 off your first box.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own, and no compensation was received. 

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017
Ecocentric Mom ships via USPS on a bi-monthly basis.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

I received the “Mom” box to review.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017
The March 2017 Ecocentric Mom Box included the following items (the detailed information card is now e-mailed):

~Everbamboo Mini Deodorizer Dehumidifier ($9.99): These are genius!  It’s an all-natural bamboo charcoal moisture absorber.  That’s right, it absorbs odor and doesn’t just mask it.  They last up to a year but need to recharge in the sun every 30-60 days.  I have one of these in my car and one under the sink.  Not sure what I will do with the other one yet.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

 

~co-pur Hand Balm Sage Grapefruit ($9):  This balm smells great and softens skin and cuticles.  It’s handmade in Colorado with only natural and pure ingredients.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

 

~Marleys Monsters Washable Facial Rounds (~$4): These are the reusable version of a cotton ball/cotton round.   They are made from 2 layers 100% cotton flannel.  I love that they are machine washable and once I am done with the giant cotton round pack I bought at Costco (it could be a few years), I will be all over these!

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

 

~hyperbiotics PRO-Women ($23): According to the website: PRO-Women will help restore beneficial bacteria for optimal digestive and immune health, promoting daily relief from gas, bloating and irregularity as well as helping you to increase your nutrient absorption, achieve your weight loss goals and improve your mood and energy levels! I am going to wait until I am 100% my hives are gone and then I will start taking these.  The benefits sound great, and I have wanted to try something along these lines.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

 

~Province + Apothecary Detoxifying + Clarifying Clay Mask ($18): Love!  This is my favorite item in the box.  Clay masks are super versatile and can be mixed with water, honey, yogurt, etc. to customize them to fit your needs.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

 

~Nib Mor All Natural Superfruit Cacao Nibs ($2): Chocolate in a box is always welcomed.  Nib Mor is all-natural, non-GMO and super rich!

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - March 2017

All totaled the March 2017 Ecocentric Mom Box had a value of $65.99.    That’s over 2x the cost of the box, and I was pleased with the value and the mix of goodies in here.

What do you think of Ecocentric Mom?  If you are interested in ordering, you can check them out here.


About Jennifer

Jennifer is the author and founder of Subscription Box Ramblings. She first discovered subscription boxes in 2012 and has been addicted since. Current favorites include Popsugar Must Have Box, Boxycharm, Mommy Mailbox and Rachel Zoe Box of Style.

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