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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.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was sent for review purposes. As always, all opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Ecocentric Mom ships via USPS on a bi-monthly basis.
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!
~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.
~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.
~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.
~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.
~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.
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!