Mighty Fix Subscription Review + 70% Off Coupon – April 2017
Mighty Fix is a subscription box from Mighty Nest. Each month they send you one new product to try and you get free shipping from Mighty Nest as well.
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Mighty Fix
The Cost: $10 a month
COUPON: Use code MIGHTY7 to get your first box for $3 plus free shipping!
The Products: “The easiest way to discover safe alternatives that are healthier for you, your family and the planet. For $10/month receive one product every month, a simple solution every healthy home needs.”
Ships to: U.S. (free for 48 continental states), Canada & Australia (for an additional shipping cost). Find more info here.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your Subscription List or your Wish List!
Each box also includes an info card telling you about the featured item and how what they chose to send you helps your house be “greener”!
The opposite side includes some DIY recipes for green cleaning or beauty products! Or, in this month’s case, a little list of stretches to do for your hands and wrists.
All Good Goop Handcrafted Healing Balm – 2 oz, Value $8.89
This healing balm is a big multi-tasker! The formula is a combination of essential oils and medicinal plants and is meant to be strong enough for the driest and toughest skin but still gentle enough to use on baby skin! I love having balms like this on hand and an extra in my car because they’re so handy – you can use it on chapped lips, hands, blisters, diaper rash, bug bites, stings, irritated skin, burns, cuts, scrapes… basically everything. It’s extra handy as a mom!
The balm feels nice on my hands and absorbed well, but I found it hard to get much out of the tub. Maybe I just needed to melt it a little more with my hands before scooping it out in order to get enough for my hands, but I could even have used a popsicle stick or something to scrape some out. Not a terrible issue and I generally use things like this for more than my hands so it’s still very useful to me.
Verdict: This is the first time I’ve received a skincare product from Mighty Fix. Personally, I prefer to get household items, because I have plenty of skincare products from other subscriptions. Also, the value in this sample size isn’t quite the cost of the box. All this makes my April delivery kind of underwhelming for me, but this is the first time I’ve felt less than thrilled with my Mighty Fix deliveries so I’m inclined to shrug it off a little. I’m really not terribly disappointed since it’s still something I’ll get use from, but I am looking forward to seeing what upcoming months have for me!
What do you think about Mighty Fix? What did you get this month?