Walmart Baby Box Subscription Review – Summer 2015
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The Subscription Box: Walmart Baby Box
The Cost: $5 a quarter
The Products: Baby products and samples based on your
Ships to: US
FYI there are lots of options for this box, but only two that are currently shipping:
Since I’m pregnant (due late August) I snagged one of these boxes to review!
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Original Nourishing Lotion – 1 oz, value: $1.33
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash – 1.8 oz, value: $1.58
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Diaper Ointment – .75, value: $2
These are great! I’m stock-piling samples of different bathing, diaper, and moisturizing products for the baby so if something ends up not working for him I can toss it without wasting much product until we find what we love. I like the Burt’s Bees brand and I like the way these smell, too.
Aquaphor Advanced Therapy Baby Healing Ointment – .14 oz, value: $.31
Nivea Smooth Sensation Body Lotion Foil Sample – .14 oz, value: $.05
These were pretty small samples – the tube and the foil packet actually held the same amount of product! However, the tube’s packaging is definitely way easier to use and try. I’m still happy to have an extra sample of lotion to try, though.
Pampers Diaper Pack – Value $5?
I’m not sure how to estimate the value on this diaper pack “clutch,” but it did contain a diaper and a 6-pack of wipes. They’ve sent this before in the second-trimester boxes, but it could be handy and diapers and wipes are always useful.
The Verdict: I estimated the value of this box to be just over $10, plus there a couple coupons included as well. I feel like there wasn’t much variety – other than the diaper pack, everything was lotions/skin products. Like I said, this works for me personally because I’m trying to stock up on these, but I hope future boxes have a better mix.
What do you think about the Walmart Baby Box?