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EcoSalon’s Hot Summer Limited Edition Box Available Now!

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EcoSalon's Hot Summer Limited Edition Box Available Now

EcoSalon’s Hot Summer Edition Box is available now – you get $415+ worth of eco friendly products for $129 with free shipping. FYI – these sell out pretty quickly. (There are 35 boxes left when I checked).

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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9 Comments

  1. The next box is out. I would have to say, this actually looks pretty good. I got one.

  2. I love these boxes. I order everyone. I take a lot of vitamins and only buy Eco friendly products across the board, so this is my absolutely favorite box. I’ve ordered the last two and everyday is use at least five or six items from their boxes. It’s the only sub I can say that about. I also love how the supplements this time are focused on skin and liver, two big issues for a thirty year old from New Orleans, lol.

  3. I ended up purchasing this box. It isn’t as exciting as the previous Ogranic Authority boxes. But, I think of it as a way to try different items. I do like that it averages to about $10 to try each of the items. If I only use half the items, then it is $20 per item. It does have a lot of supplements. So I can see why people won’t buy it. I definitely would not use the supplements if I was pregnant or nursing. The omega 7 is interesting to me since I do take an omega supplement. Liz are you purchasing the box? I will be curious too to see your review.

  4. this is kinda tempting because of the supposed value, but of the items they’ve revealed so far, nothing really stands out. A 50 dollar gift card to a online shop I’ve never heard of — checked it out, there’s not much on there that 50 will buy; Another gift card for some flip flops valued at 18.
    its a shame because I love health sub boxes but I can’t really subscribe to many since i’m Breastfeeding, most supplements aren’t safe for me to take while nursing. plusI hate taking pills. So as nice as this deal sounds I might have to pass, unless the next few items they reveal are AMAZING, I think I’ll save my $129

    • I just double checked all the items are listed.
      I looked up every supplement for breastfeeding safety. Most of them said to consult your doctor. However the Milk Thistle stated not enough is known so if your pregnant or breastfeeding they advise to be on the safe side and not use it. Personally I believe it a item says to consult your doctor for safety during pregnancy or nursing chances are you are better off without it. of the 13 items 6 are supplements and i couldn’t use them. I’m trying to decide if the remaining 7 items are worth the 129 price tag. they have a eyelash enhancer ( all natural) that retails for 59. I would never pay that for “eyelash” anything.

      Liz did you snag this deal? I’m curious as to whether or not you’ll be doing a review on this,

      Thanks!!

    • I love the idea of health sub boxes, as well, but I stay away for dietary reasons (vegetarianism, which I think I mentioned below in another comment, and potential allergy to milk thistle). It sounds like there are several valid reasons to stay away from supplements, yours and mine included. I wish someone could make a health box that didn’t include supplements. I’m not sure what would be in it, though.

      • Yes that would be nice. They could include exercise equipment or tips. Maybe smoothie recipes or natural packets that contain natural ingredients instead of supplement powder.
        Diagrams of exercises that target specific problems like a little 10day exercise program that targets stubborn belly fat or to tone arms and not build muscle. It would be like having a personal trainer. There are tons of things they could do instead of throwing pills are way. You don’t have to be a pill popper to get healthy. I don’t mind if they included information on possible supplements, and then if they included a promo code for people who are interested in it. But to provide nothing but pill after pill it kinda frustrating especially when they don’t list who can and can’t take it.

  5. Started looking, and a lot of it looked good…but…I just can’t go for boxes with a lot of vitamins and supplements. This one looked like it had milk thistle, which comes with warnings not to take if you’re allergic to ragweed (I am, big time). And a couple of other things with softgels, which means they’re almost certainly not vegetarian. I’m willing to try most beauty and skincare products (even if they’re not vegan), am OK with clothes, fitness products, even protein powders, etc. But the (pill form) supplements are just not my thing and have stopped me from purchasing many a box.

    • Bah, I’m with you on the supplements thing. A lot of us have zero interest in being pill poppers – especially when we don’t even get to pick it out! Not a box for me either.

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