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.
When my Ecocentric Mom box arrived, I was excited to see what treats were in this month’s box! I love this box, because it introduces me to products that make my home, beauty routine, and diet a little healthier for me and my kiddos.
About Ecocentric Mom
Ecocentric Mom is one of the best mom subscription box options 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.
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 natural skin masks to organic spice blends! 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!
I currently subscribe to the Baby box, since I am expecting a little bambino in a couple months, and this month’s box was filled with some great loot! Here is what I received:
$11.00 per pouch, one pouch included.
This is the first product I noticed in the box, because it infused the entire box with an energizing and uplifting aroma.
Botanic Bath Infusion makes bath salt therapies, combining mineral sea salts, fragrant essential oils and curative herbs and flowers. It comes in a 100% biodegradeable soilon pouch, so you can enjoy this bath therapy, without worrying about clogging up your drain.
I tried the “Pick Me Up” flavor, which combined green rooibos, orange peel, sweet orange oil, lavender oil and other citrus oils, and I immediately felt an improvement in my mood. I actually took it to work with me last Friday, just so I could smell it when I started getting frustrated! It is serious aromatherapy, and I can’t wait to indulge in a warm bath with these relaxing bath salts.
1 sample included – $1.16 value.
If you’re a habitual soda drinker and are looking for a healthier substitute, these are a great option. They are made from natural and organic ingredients, which are non-GMO. They come in a variety of yummy flavors, including Tropical Peach and Sport (with electrolytes + superfruit). They can be mixed with regular water, but I suggest mixing them with some mineral water, so you get the sweet, carbonated taste without all the extra bad ingredients!
20% off gift card included
O & N Collective is an online apothecary that sells organic and natural skin and personal care product. They have beauty products for everyone in your family: women, men, and babies.
They sell an array of different brands, providing a one-stop-shop for all of your natural beauty needs.
1 fl oz bottle, retails for $12.99, included
This skin protectant provides the first natural product in wound care! It is sting-free and preservative free that protects little ones with a liquid bandage. It works on scrapes, cuts, burns, blisters, rashes & more!
One book included, retails at $6.99
I know my daughter has loved books since the day she was born. This month’s box included Mama Loves Me, which is a board book with a mama’s elephant trunk that pops up throughout the book. It is a sweet story, and one that little babies or toddlers are sure to fall in love with.
Two samples included. Found at Publix, Whole Foods, Fresh Market & More
I use coconut oil in so many things, that I tend to buy it in bulk! But not all coconut oil is created equal.
Kelapo’s extra virgin coconut oil is organic certified, cold pressed and unrefined, and fair trade approved. This is perfect to add to your favorite dishes or your homemade beauty products!
25 idea catchers included – $5 value.
These idea catchers are great for the busy mom, whose ideas fly out of their heads almost as soon as it enters (or is that just me?). I am constantly in need of paper to write down lists and ideas, and these idea catchers are perfect for that purpose. They’re made on heavy card stock, and have cute little icons decorating the corners.
eInvite.com also offers a variety of quality baby products, shower invites, birth announcements, and more.
1.2 oz bag included – retails at $1.79
I am a salty snacker, and am constantly on the lookout for healthy, salty snacks. I hadn’t heard of Snack Out Loud’s Crunchy Bean Snacks before, but they are super tasty! They are made from simple ingredients: pinto beans, sunflower oil, tomato powder, onion powder sea salt, garlic powder and dried basil, all of which are non-GMO and gluten free.
In each serving you’ll get 7 grams of fiber (wow!), 7 grams of protein and 10% of your daily value of iron, which is something most women need in their daily diets. They taste reminiscent of corn nuts, but are a much healthier option. I am definitely going to have to stock up on these!
2 samples included: 12 packs of 80 sheets are $59.99
These baby wipes are thicker, stronger and more environmentally friendly than your average run-of-the mill wipes. They’re made from natural bamboo cloth, they’re hypoallergenic, and naturally lightly scented.
One sample included
Amara is a unique and innovative baby food line that produces organic options for babies. The package included in my box is “Apples” and contains organic freeze dried apples. It mixes with breast milk or water, and is an easy and healthy food option for babies 4 months and up.
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!
- 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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