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Googaro Subscription Box Review – December 2014

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Googaro Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Box

Googaro is a monthly baby and kids subscription box. I’m always looking for more baby and toddler gifts, so I decided to sign up for this one when there was a RueLaLa deal a few weeks back.

This box I’m reviewing is for a girl ages 2-3.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

FYI – this will be the last Googaro review ever, since they have shut down their business:

Out of business

Googaro Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Items

The Subscription Box: Googaro

The Cost: $35 a month

The Products: 4-5 “best of” baby products each month.

Ships to: US only

Delivered via: USPS

Check out all of my Googaro reviews!

Googaro Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Hook

The Mommy Hook – Value $7

Happy Yogis Organic Yogurt & Fruit Snacks – Value $4

This Mommy Hook is a giant hook made to carry lots of bags on a stroller. (It’s a perfect add-on gift for our expecting friends!)

And these Happy Yogis are organic snacks with both pre and probiotics.

Googaro Subscription Box Review – December 2014 Duck

Petit Collage POP-Out Winter Wonderland – Value $15

Rich Frog Santa Duck – Value $8

Tom’s Children’s Toothpaste in Silly Strawberry – Value $4

This Winter Wonderland collection is made with recycled materials and vegetable inks – and it’s adorable!

This rubber Santa duck seems a little overpriced to me, but it is made of natural latex and BPA and phthalate free. (And another adorable item).

And Tom’s is my toothpaste of choice, so I like seeing a kid’s version in this box!

Verdict: I’ve become a fan of Googaro over the past few months, and I’m really disappointed to see it end! I think they did an excellent job of sending quality over quantity. This box has a value of about $38 – a little over the cost.

Did you subscribe to Googaro? Are you a little sad about it ending too?

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!
All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

4 Comments

  1. Unfortunately, I only have negative things to say about Googaro subscription. I tried one month back in June with discount. I think I was generally happy with the curation (I also sub Citrus Lane and wanted to compare) and I left for vacation in July and forgot to cancel. Oh well, ok I got July box and cancelled. They charged me twice for August and September AFTER I cancelled. Since I don’t get the email until the box ships, it is hard to tell until I get my credit card statement. I cancelled both times and got my refund each time, but I had to ask many times. There is no customer service phone number nor email on their website, so I inboxed them via FB. If you see their FB page, you see a lot of complaints (which could be deleted by them). When I was communication via FB message, there is no individual name from their customer service, which was unusual. So, I suspected this. It is unfortunate because I like ordering boxes for my son which saves time and guessing out of my busy working mom like me…

  2. Lip factory has closed their doors too. 🙁

  3. I’m sad to see it go. I didn’t sign up for it (i have citrus lane already on an annual sub) but was considering it.
    I love petit collage everything! we get petit collage through CL, and i snapped up extra puzzles and such when i saw them at marshalls and tj maxx. didn’t see that pop out play scene, otherwise i would have snatched it up too.
    natural rubber toys are generally expensive (think sophie the giraffe rubber chew toy).
    parents might be picky with toothpastes so it might not make a good gift. we used that tom’s toothpaste for my daughter (she’s 2) and it makes her throw up no matter how little we use (still hasn’t learned to spit yet). we use clear toothpastes with xylitol and she’s been doing well.

    • Made a mistake. I got crocodile creek and melissa and doug items at marshalls and tjmax, not petit collage. All of the pc puzzles we have were from cl

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