Ecocentric Mom Mystery Box Review + Coupon – June 2016
Ecocentric Mom is a monthly subscription box for moms and moms-to-be. They currently offer a Pregnancy box, Mom & Baby box, and Mom box. They aim to only send products that are pure, healthy, useful, and fun.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Ecocentric Mom
The Cost: $24.95/month with a $4 sign-up fee (and free shipping in the continental US)
COUPON: Use code WELCOME to save 10% off any shop purchase including Mystery boxes
The Products: Green/organic beauty/health/house/baby items.
Ships to: US & International
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box comes with an info card discussing the theme for the month and the items included.
Fire & Flavor All Natural Chicken Rub, Curry & Chiles – 2.7 oz, value: $4.99
This seasoning mix smells amazing – we love all things curry/chile-related in my house. I’m very excited to use this. And I’m also glad it’s clearly versatile even though it’s called a “chicken rub” – they recommend this on chicken, pork, and salmon/seafood.
Wow Butter – 2 sample packets
WowButter is peanut free, nut free, gluten free, and non GMO. It’s all soy! It does smell and taste just like (a natural) peanut butter. This is a bonus they tossed in (it’s not listed on my info card), but I think this is a great product – I’m happy to have discovered it!
Birds & Bees Tea Easy Naps & Calm Nights Tea – value: $4
This tea’s ingredients includes chamomile, lavender, and orange flower. It’s meant to be a relaxing tea for adults and kids before bedtime. They also recommended mixing in honey and using it to relax and calm cold symptoms like hoarse throats.
Vana Body Bergamot + Tea Tree Facial Oil – 0.12 oz, value: $3
This facial oil sounds like its super good for your skin! It has lots of healing and balancing properties and helps promote skin cell turnover. The ingredients include bergamot and tea tree oils (obviously), avocado and jojoba oils, lavender and rosemary essential oils, and more.
Cultivar Organic Moroccan Mint Salt Scrub With Sea Kelp – 2 oz, value: $10
This scrub is made from plant-based and organic ingredients. I really like this scrub – it has a lot of grit to it which is how I prefer my exfoliants!
Dolphin Organics Simply Citrus Baby Shampoo & Body Wash – 2 oz, value: $3
This is gluten-free, vegan, and hypo-allergenic. It smells amazing – I’m always happy to have new, natural baby bath products to try.
Here’s what the scrub looks like. The mint scent is nice and invigorating.
Pouch Pal – value: $10
This is a plastic holder for pouched baby and toddler foods. It’s hard so they can’t squeeze it into a mess but it has a spot for the spout so they can still eat. It’s supposed to help teach self-feeding without all the messes.
Nourish Reusable Baby Food Pouch – value: $3
I love reusable baby food pouches; I think they’re such a smart invention. So useful!
Here’s a better look of the Nourish Reusable Food Pouch and the Pouch Pal. I think this reusable pouch may be too big to shove into the Pouch Pal, but I have dozens of pouch foods that are smaller and would work well in it.
Noo Trees Bamboo Pocket Tissue – value: $0.20
Bumboosa Baby Wipes – 2 wipe samples
Bamboo is much more sustainable than the way traditional wipes and tissues are made. These both work well and are interesting. Personally, for me, they’re not life-changers but if I wanted to switch to more eco-friendly wipes I’m sure I’d be happy using these!
Verdict: This Ecocentric Mom box has a total value of $38.19, which I’m pretty happy with. Again, thanks to Ecocentric Mom, I found a couple really great new products that I really like.. I also appreciate being able to trust the ingredients will be green/organic/healthy with anything I discover through them!
What do you think about this subscription?