Mommy Mailbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon- February 2017
Mommy Mailbox is a monthly subscription box for mothers, though I think it’s a great box for women in general. Every month, they send a box filled with gifts and items curated to uplift moms. (Although, I think these boxes are generally well-curated for any woman!)
My Subscription Addiction pays for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Mommy Mailbox
The Cost: $33.95/monthly, $30.95/month with 3-month subscription, $29.95/month with a 6-month subscription, and $28.95/month with a 12-month subscription.
COUPON: Use code YAYMSA to save $5 off!
Use coupon code GIFT10 to save 10% off any subscription, single box or Limited Collection box (2016 Grab Box excluded). The 10% coupon will apply to every renewal as well.
The Products: Each box contains 4-6 surprise gifts that change each month.
Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $10.50
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box comes with a little card that discusses the theme & focus for that month. This month, the theme is “Romance,” curated by Elena Sanchez.
On the flip side, the card lists and described all the items featured that month.
Feeling Smitten Mini Sweetheart Cupcake Bath Bomb – Value $5.50
This is a little bath bomb that looks just like a mini cupcake! It smells super sweet and yummy. To use, you just take off the wrapper and drop it in your bath.
The icing is also a handmade sugar scrub to go with it. I think that’s brilliant and adorable.
Jersey Shore Spa Organic Anti-Aging Whole Body Balm – 0.56 oz, Value $45
This body balm is interesting, and a fun discovery! It can be used pretty much any way you can think of – hands, cuticles, face, hair (fly-aways), conditioning lashes and brows, elbows, general body moisture, you name it. It’s also all-natural, petroleum-free, paraben-free, petrochemical-free and USDA Certified Organic. So far I’ve used it on my fly-aways and dry knuckles and I like it, but I think I’ll need some more time before deciding if I’d actually personally spend $45 on it. I love a good multi-tasking beauty product and am looking forward to trying this a lot more.
I think this is the most delicious chocolate-covered graham cracker I have ever had. The dark chocolate was so rich and the texture of the creamy chocolate and crunchy cracker was just perfect.
I had high expectations from this because it sells for $4! It was amazing (and pretty), and I kind of want a ton more – it’s just a pricey treat, which made me appreciate getting it in a box all the more.
Isaac Jacobs International Brass Locket Photo Frame – Value $16?
I couldn’t find this exact frame anywhere online, so my value is pretty much a guess based off of other Isaac Jacobs International photo frames for sale online, though I didn’t find any other brass ones so that’s where most of the estimating comes into play. That being said, this little frame is sweet. It has a locket mechanism so it opens completely to put your picture in. This would fit a typical wallet-sized picture.
The frame opens up when you unlock the little latch on the side, by just sliding it upwards.
Here it is open all the way. I think this is really pretty and a nice little décor piece.
This rouge balm is my favorite discovery in the box! It’s a gorgeous color and it has way more pigment than I expected!
I thought this would go on more sheer, but this is actually almost opaque! And it has a fine, subtle, metallic finish. I haven’t tried this on my cheeks yet (you’ll need a light hand for application and blending on cheeks), but I have worn it on my lips the last couple days.
Here’s how it looks on lips! I love it, especially because I find myself drawn to lip products that aren’t matte lately.
Verdict: This was a fun Mommy Mailbox! My first impression of the box was a little underwhelmed because the products are all smaller items, but the value is honestly fantastic, totaling up to about $100 – $84.50 without including my value guesstimate for the frame. All in all, I’m happy.
What do you think about Mommy Mailbox?