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Everyday Happy Family Care Kit Review + Free Trial Offers

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Everyday Happy is a new subscription box (that looks very similar to the Honest Company). Their products are made of renewable, biodegradable materials, and they’re completely free of toxic additives and carcinogens. They offer a Family Care kit, Diaper Care kit, and Daily Health Care kit.

This is a review of their Family Care Kit.

Everyday Happy sent me this makeup box at no cost to review.  (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Everyday Happy Family Care Kit Review + Free Trial Offers - all items

The BoxEveryday Happy Family Care Kit

The Cost: $41.90 for the Family Care Kit

COUPON: Use this link to get a free trial kit, just pay $5.95 shipping. (You can get all three free trial kits and only pay $5.95 shipping once).

Full Details: Ordering our Free Trial Kit(s) enrolls you as an EverydayHappy MEMBER. You can cancel any time for any reason. If you choose not to cancel your membership within 7 days of receiving your Free Trial Kit(s), you will be charged $79.95/month for your Diaper Care Kit, $35.95/month for your Family Care Kit, and $35.95/month for your Daily Health Care Kit. Each shipment will only be charged one flat-rate shipping fee of $5.95. Subscriptions to more than one kit are considered one shipment if occurring on the same date.

Everyday Happy Family Care Kit Review + Free Trial Offers - items 1

Liquid Hand Soap – 8.4 fl oz, value: $4.95

This soap feels nice and smells pretty good. I wish the top were a pump, but I’ll probably use it to refill an empty soap dispenser I already have to remedy that.

Baby Laundry Detergent – 42.3 fl oz (1.2 L), value: $12.95

This detergent works best in high-efficiency washers, but can be used in regular ones, as well. I’ve liked it so far. I can tell it doesn’t leave my clothes with any kind of artificial fragrances or anything, which will be great for sensitive baby skin.

Everyday Happy Family Care Kit Review + Free Trial Offers - items 2

Soothing Face & Body Lotion – 8.4 fl oz, value: $9.95

The description for this lotion says that it’s rich in jojoba and wheat germ oils for deep moisturizing. I’m familiar with jojoba, but I haven’t heard of wheat germ oils before. I wonder if individuals with Celiac Disease would have an issue with it. That being said, I do like the formula of this; it doesn’t leave my skin feeling greasy.

Refreshing Shampoo + Body Wash – 8.4 fl oz, value: $9.95

I’m excited to have this for my baby’s baths – multitasking products are always a win for me! Saves time and space, plus this formula is supposed to be “tear-free,” which is great for baby.

Everyday Happy Family Care Kit Review + Free Trial Offers - items 3

Intense Moisture Diaper Rash Cream – 1.76 fl oz, value: $9.95

I can’t find anything labeled a “diaper rash cream” on EveryDayHappy’s website, but my guess is that they changed the name to just “Intense Moisture Baby Cream” recently, especially since it seems to be a versatile product. Since this is a new subscription, I’ve noticed a couple things like that (for example, I believe the “Daily Health Care Kit” used to be called the “Nutrition Kit”).

I’m pretty sure it’s the same cream, but they probably didn’t want people to feel limited by only calling it a “diaper rash cream.” The ingredients look to be the same, heavily featuring olive oil, squalene, and vitamin E. All that being said, I think this cream is nice and heavy-duty and seems to work well on areas where my skin gets particularly dry.

The Verdict: Overall, I like EveryDayHappy’s products. I love that they’re eco-friendly, organic, carcinogen-free, etc. The value for everything adds up to $47.75, which is almost exactly the price of this kit shipped (full-sized kits are also $5.95 shipping). It’s pretty clear that they’re competing with the Honest Company, so I think they’re looking at a bar that has been set pretty high. They are new, though, and I think they’re off to a pretty good start, so I’m looking forward to seeing how their service grows as time goes on.

What do you think about EveryDayHappy?

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.


  1. I ordered the 3 sample kits, and they charged $9.95 for the shipping. I still placed my order because I genuinely want to try their products, but heads up to anyone who orders to check the price before you write “$5.95” in the checkbook ledger. 😉

  2. Searching on the Internet, this is what I found: wheat germ oil is an emollient (read: ultra rich) plant oil similar to all nonfragrant plant oils that is infrequently used in cosmetics and very high in vitamin E. Due to the high vitamin E content it is good for treating scarring, especially rough skin patches, and skin inflammation. It contains gluten, and therefore should be avoided if the product will be applied to the lips or children’s hands, since it may then be ingested. It is not a problem for someone with celiac disease or gluten intolerance when applied to the skin and not ingested, unless you also have skin sensitivity to gluten as well. That said, I am with Rebecca- there are so many other cosmetic ingredients to choose from that there is no reason to choose one with gluten if you’re sensitive or allergic to gluten. Also, nonfragrant means that it does not have any skin-irritating fragrance, but it does sound like it may have a strong scent.

    • To correct- it only needs to be avoided in lip products/on hands if you’re allergic to gluten. Otherwise it is safe to eat.

  3. They seem like a carbon copy of honest company similar prices, same policy 7 day to cancel, and similar motto. I tried the honest company trial was nice. I feel like this would just be a repeat for me.

  4. I attempted to sign up for the family care kit as well as the vitamins however, after I entered my address, the website would not move forward. I was interested in trying both but it seems like I will not be able to. I did notice that the vitamins included in the trial pack are only 2 multivitamins and 2 omega 3. I’m not sure that’s enough to decide if I like them. I would have preferred at least a weeks worth

  5. As someone with Celiac I would avoid something that listed “wheat” anywhere on the container. I try to avoid wheat in anything that is absorbed into the skin or can be ingested. So, lotion is something I would be concerned about. It is hard to know for certain if something is gluten free unless specifically labeled so. Therefore if I see the word wheat on the container I easily pass over that product.

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