Ecocentric Mom provided me with a free sample of this product to review, and I was under no obligation to review it if I so chose. Nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product.
About Ecocentric Mom
Ecocentric Mom is one of the best natural beauty box subscriptions for women who are conscientious about what goes onto and into their bodies. They deliver natural, organic and healthy beauty and home products for moms, moms-to-be and babies, every other month.
They offer three different box options: Moms, Moms-to-Be and Mom & Baby Box. Each box is filled with new and healthy products to try, from organic chocolate to baby sunscreen! If you have been wanting to transition to or are looking for healthier alternatives, this is a great way to try out and explore new products, at an affordable price!
Here is what this month’s Mom-to-Be box included!
4 oz bottle (included) retails for $21
For moms-to-me who are experiencing morning sickness related to magnesium deficiency, this is a great way to topically apply a dose! The Pink Stork Mist is made from the Dead Sea of Isreal. While you’re picking up your Morning Sickness Solution, check out their prenatal tea, probiotics and other pregnancy solutions!
8 oz bottle (included) retails for $14.99
I am such a sucker for sugar scrubs and all things lavender. This Lavender of the Valley handcrafted sugar scrub smells divine, and exfoliates dry, dead skin, leaving behind healthy moisturized skin in its place! For moms that are pregnant or like me, who just had a baby, this is an indulgent treat for the feet, legs or hands.
3.4 oz bottle retails for $14.99-$17.99. 1 oz sample included
We have all been seeing recent articles and shares on Facebook about how unhealthy sunscreen can be. I always choose suncreen made with natural ingredients, and am excited to try this non-GMO, chemical-free sunscreen made from natural ingredients like aloe, shea butter and coconut oil. They score 1 on EWG’s Skin Deep!
1 oz bags (2 included) retail for $1
What every pregnant mom and new mom needs: natural and wholesome chips! These are Simply 7, which means 0 grams of trans fat and no cholesterol, gluten-free, all natural recipes, no artificial colors or flavors, no preservatives, made with simple ingredients and they’re simply delicious.
I love both the hummus chips and quinoa chips, and will definitely be buying these again! The quinoa chips have 9 grams of protein per 1 oz serving 🙂
0.5 fl oz bottle (included) retail for $12.00
My daughter grabbed this almost as soon as we opened up the box! It is a beautiful muted pink nail polish that is vegan, cruelty-free and toxin-free. Lillian Eve was founded by a mompreneur committed to having a colorful life.
.25 oz jar (included) retails for $3.99
For expectant moms, this wonderfully fragrant lavender belly butter is made from 100% organic raw shea butter, jojoba oil and sunflower oil to help moisturize skin, prevent stretch marks and reduce inflammation. Even though I am no longer pregnant, this stuff feels so good on the skin, I will likely use it as hand and foot cream!
Adult slim soft bristle toothbrush (included) retails for $4.95
A clean mouth and a clear conscience is what Woo Bamboo strives to deliver. Their brush handles are made with eco-friendly bamboo and have the bristles are dentist approved!
This month’s box was full of goodies to try, and a great value!
Subscriptions to Ecocentric Mom are $24 and ship every other month. It’s a great service to learn about healthier products that can reduce the amount of toxins in your household. To find out more about the service or to get next month’s box sent to your mailbox, join today!
Or check out other Ecocentric Mom Boxes I’ve reviewed!
- Ecocentric Mom – Organic Beauty Box (April 2015)
- Ecocentric Mom Subscription Box (February 2015)
- Subscription Boxes for Mom (December 2014)
- Ecocentric Mom Box Review (October 2014)
- Ecocentric Mom Review (August 2014)
- Ecocentric Mom-to-Be Box (June 2014)
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