Ecocentric Mom Box Review – July 2017


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Ecocentric Mom Box Review -June 2017
Ecocentric Mom is a unique monthly product delivery service. Their monthly box will contain a fun & thoughtful mix of 5-7 products ranging from practical to pampering items for mama & baby. Every Ecocentric Mom box will contain at least $40 in retail value and a priceless amount of warm fuzzy feelings when you fall in love with your discoveries.

Ecocentric Mom
Cost: $24.99/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 - July 2017
Ecocentric Mom ships via USPS on a bi-monthly basis.
Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

The July 2017 “Girl Power” Ecocentric Mom Box included the following items from Women-Led Businesses:

~Baggu Baby Baggu ($8): The Baby Baggu is big enough for your essentials (it’d fit shoes, a change of clothes, or your lunch), but small enough that it’s not bulky or annoying to carry.  It can hold up to 50lbs and folds up to a little 4″ x 4″ square!

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017
Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

 

~Sincerely Different Sweet Dreams Salve ($10): This salve “aids restless, anxious sleepers drift calmly into a sweet slumber.” You rub it into your temples or wrinkles, and hopefully, you (or your little one) will be drifting off to sleep shortly after.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

 

~Jersey Shore Sun Mongongo ($15): I received the Green Orange & Ginger flavor, and it’s fabulous!  Jersey Shore products are Paraben-free, petroleum-free, and are formulated using 100% natural and organic ingredients.  They are ultra-hydrating and leave my lips feeling super soft and smooth.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

 

~Sarah’s Sweet Scrubs First Aid / Bug Relief ($25): Sarah’s Bug Spray is made from Hawaiian-grown Kamani oil and Bulgarian Lavender. Every time I walk outside, I feel like I get bit by something, so this is perfect for people like me.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

 

~Mes Amies Soaps Coconut & Lime Soap ($6): This soap is made from all-natural ingredients including coconut oil, coconut cream, sodium hydroxide (none is left in the soap after the saponification process) and lime essential oil.  It smells like a tropical vacation in your shower.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

~Missy J’s Cookie (Raspberry Lemon) (~$3): These cookies are vegan, gluten-free, paleo and non-GMO.  And surprisingly (at least to me) they were pretty yummy! They aren’t homemade chocolate chip cookies or anything, but I did enjoy them.

Ecocentric Mom Box Review - July 2017

All totaled the June 2017 Ecocentric Mom Box had a value of $67. That’s well over double the cost of the box, and I am impressed.  A nice mixture of goodies and a great value!

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

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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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