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.
If you visit my blog regularly (thank you, you’re awesome!), you may have figured out that I am a little obsessed with surprises. It’s been almost a year since I received my first Ecocentric Mom box, and I have been delighted with the variety of natural, healthy and organic products that I have discovered through Ecocentric Mom!
About Ecocentric Mom
Ecocentric Mom is a subscription service that delivers natural, organic and healthy beauty and home products to moms, moms-to-be and babies. They offer three different box options: Moms, Moms-to-Be and Baby Box. Each box is filled with new and healthy products to try, from cookies to sunscreen! If you have been wanting to transition to or looking for healthier alternatives, this is a great way to try out and explore new products, at an affordable price!
I am delighted to be a part of the Ecocentric Mom Blogger team, so I get the great privilege to try out their boxes, and blog about them here. This month, I tried out their Mom-to-Be Box, and here was the great bounty I received!
Novena Organic Anti-Aging Mineral Sun Block SPF 30
Ecocentric mom subscribers received a full-size bottle (retail value $26.99… which is $3 more than the cost of the entire box!) of Novena Organic Anti-Aging Mineral Sun Block. If you haven’t taken a peek at your sunscreen, now is the time to do it. There may be some seriously questionable ingredients in it!
Novena offers a sun block catered to women of childbearing years. It’s made with a vegan formula using organic ingredients. It’s sulfate, paraben and phthalate free. I am suuuper excited to use this sun block this summer.
Licious Organics Raw Honey Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie
Health meets cookie, in a seriously delicious way. Licious Organics Honey Cookie clearly cares about health, without skimping on flavor. Licious Organics uses non-GMO and organic ingredients. I am frankly surprised I was able to snap a picture of this wrapper before I tore into it, because as soon as I opened the box, my eyes were gravitating towards it.
Ancestry Shampoo Bar by SoapMuffin Organic and Holistic Products
This shampoo bar is a bit unconventional for traditional shampoos, but it smells ooh-so-wonderful. It is made from raw coconut milk, fresh herbs and clay. If you’re looking to detox your bath routine, this is a great place to start. This ancestry shampoo leaves your hair feeling soft, silky and clean, without the artificial scents, dyes, and other chemicals.
Sunshine Organic Herbals Healing Herbal Sitz Bath
It you’ve ever experienced the wonder of a natural childbirth, you know what an incredible, life-changing experience it is! And then you’ve probably experienced the inevitable few weeks of discomfort afterwards. Sunshine organic herbals healing herbal sitz bath is a blend of healing and anti-inflammatory herbs that can help reduce pain and swelling and help you heal quickly.
All Natural Chocolate Caramel Swirl
If you look really closely to the picture of the entire Ecocentric Mom-to-be box, you may notice that there are only 5 caramels present… where there are 6 in the picture directly above. That is because immediately following taking this picture, I had to eat one. My well-being depended upon it. And oooh, it was tasty, and totally worth it. The Lovely Company cares about the ingredients that goes into their products, so they choose to use natural, GMO-free and gluten-free ingredients.
Monarch Farm Rose Complete Rejuvenating Face Cream
If you’re looking for a natural, organic face cream, this is a great option. Made from organic oils, waxes, essential oils and botanicals to formulate a perfect blend to ease the advancement of skin aging. The addition of rose petal infused rosehip seed oil, rose absolute and rose hydrosol is great for the skin, and makes it smell absolutely divine.
Wild Orange Natural Organic Solid Deodorant by Natures Natural
I have struggled to find an effective natural deodorant that actually works! This deodorant is 100% natural, made with organic ingredients and is baking soda free. Ecocentric Mom subscribers received a code for free shipping over $40!
LrCrem Naturals “LeRevital Riche Body Souffle
This body “souffle” is crafted using protein rich neem, rosemary, jojoba, avocado and essential oils. It’s a soothing moisturizing cream for the entire body. It’s petroleum-free and is lightly scented with cherry blossoms.
Antioxidant Rich Organic Nightly Repair Nectar by La Mav
One of the best things about Ecocentric Mom’s box is getting to try out what I call “top shelf” ingredients, without a huge investment up front. This antioxidant rich nightly repair nectar visibly smooths fine lines, wrinkles and improves uneven skin tone. It’s made using Omega 3 and 6 in Acai Pulp Oil and Lingonberry Oil. It boasts to be the “natural Botox”. We received two samples of this nectar, which sells for $49.95 for a 1.1 oz bottle.
ORGLAMIX All-Natural “Hot Mama” Eye Shadow
Ecocentric Mom subscribers received a full size container of this vibrant, all-natural eye shadow. This eye shadow contains no fillers, binders or extenders, which lends a velvety texture and a rich and decadent color. It’s free from parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan.
We also received a 50% off code for Knockedup Nails, which provides cruelty free, vegan, gluten-free nail polish that is safe for pregnant women. It’s free from toluene, formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, dibutyl phthalate and camphor, and is offered in a variety of beautiful colors.
Subscriptions to Ecocentric Mom are $24 and ship every other month. If you’ve been wanting to incorporate healthier products into your home, this is a great way to explore new products! This month’s box had over $53 worth of healthy products to try out (plus a ton more value in coupons and discounts!), for the low price of $24 shipped.
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 Subscription Box (February 2015)
- Subscription Boxes for Mom (December 2014)
- Ecocentric Mom Box Review (October 2014)
- Ecocentric Mom Review (August 2014)
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