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Bump Boxes Subscription Box Review & Coupon – July 2015

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BumpBoxes is a monthly subscription box for mothers and expecting mothers. They guarantee to protect you and your baby by sending safe products that are natural, good-for-you, or don’t have any potentially harmful chemicals.

This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

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The Subscription: BumpBoxes

The Cost: $10/month for a box of samples, or $39.99 for a box of full-sized products, customized to your specific due date (This is a review of the box of full-sized products).

The Products: Either samples or full-size items (depending on your subscription options) of safe, non-toxic products for moms and expectant moms.

Ships to: US

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This month’s box (for me) focuses on delivery and post-partum recovery! I’m getting crazy excited – only about 5-6 weeks left for me! (I’m due late August).

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Earth Mama Angel Baby Postpartum Bath Herbs – 3.3 oz/6 pads, value: $5.99

These bath herbs are actually packaged like 6 giant tea bags. They suggest brewing a pouch in water, pouring the brew on some pads, and freezing them. Additionally, you can brew a pouch and then add it to a hot bath. In the reviews on the site, someone recommended brewing the mixture and putting in a spray bottle, which sounds like a brilliant idea.

Healthy Mama Shake that Ache! Pain Relief – 100 caplets, value: $9.99

This pain medicine is acetaminophen – apparently aspirin and ibuprofen are generally not recommended during pregnancy. I don’t think anything makes this kind any different from regular acetaminophen, but they provided it to help with fevers, backaches, breast tenderness, mastitis pain and more.

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Mommi 3-in-1 Protein Powder, Vanilla – 1.1 oz (single serving), value: $1.72

I’m a fan of adding protein powders to my smoothies to get some extra nutrition. This one doesn’t have great reviews on Amazon, but I’m definitely still going to try it myself – especially since it’s made for moms.

Bella B Body Buzz Post Pregnancy Recovery Cream – 8 oz, value: $12.99

Personally, I’m a bit of a skeptic when it comes to these types of products. In my first BumpBox, I got the stretch mark prevention cream from the same brand and have been using it, but I still ended up getting a few stretch marks so far on my belly. I’m still using the cream and plan to try this product, too, but I just don’t know how much you can actually do regarding stretch marks, cellulite, and “bouncing back” after pregnancy and how much is just genetics. I’m pretty sure just keeping your skin moisturized is about all you can do to help elasticity, so at the very least I’m glad to have this for that (plus I like the natural ingredient list).

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Bamboobies Washable Nursing Pads – 1 pair, value: $7.25

I’ve heard good things about these nursing pads, and they feel really soft and well-made.

Rock These Socks Push! Maternity Socks – value: $14

What an adorable pair of socks! I’m planning on packing socks to wear in the hospital, but these have great grippy soles and say “Push!” on the top of the toes.

The Verdict: I loved this this BumpBoxes delivery! I think there were some super helpful and creative products picked for me, and I’m excited to use everything. The value adds up to $52, and I know I’ll use each product, so I’m happy.

What do you think of BumpBoxes?

Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered Beauty Army and Birchbox in 2012 and instantly fell hard and fast for the world of subscription boxes. Over the years of writing for MSA she has found many subscriptions to fuel her addiction, but her favorites include fashion, geeky, beauty, and mom/baby boxes to share with her son.
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. Haley- I’m excited for you! I can’t believe you are due date is almost here. It’s been fun following your pregnancy on the blog.

    The socks look fun and will keep your feet warm. The nursing pads look great.

  2. What a great box! All the items they included will surely be used! The earth mama brand is awesome and would probably include the nipple cream as that will def be needed. Congrats!

  3. Looks like an awesome sub! Wish I had something like this with my pregnancies. Congrats on your little one, I know you are excited! Prayers and positive thoughts for a speedy delivery and a healthy bundle of joy.

  4. I think I’m going to adopt “bamboobies” as my new favorite word! I promise the pads will go to good use, whether you choose to bread feed or not. What’s in “the girls” has to come out eventually! The socks are my favorite item in this box–so cute! While I don’t remember looking at my feet while pushing (I don’t even think I could see my feet then), they would make me laugh just putting them on. Totally worth it. You’re absolutely right about the various creams for stretch marks. They’re the same as cellulite cream in that moisturizing always makes skin look better but it doesn’t change the skin itself. Genetics is the biggest influence for both issues. I did hear a few success stories of women using Mederma on stretch marks and it helping a lot but I wasn’t comfortable using it while still pregnant. Probably an unfounded concern but they all seem legit when you’re sitting on the nest!

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