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Mommy’s Toolbox Subscription Box Review – April 2016

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Mommy’s Toolbox is a monthly subscription box that sends you basics and useful items for mom + baby.

FYI – this is their final box. They’ve been absorbed by Bluum.

MOMMY'S TOOLBOX APRIL 16 - packaging 1

Every month they send you sample items so you can try different items before buying anything full-sized yourself.

MOMMY'S TOOLBOX APRIL 16 - packaging 2

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

MOMMY'S TOOLBOX APRIL 16 - all items

The Subscription Box: Mommy’s Toolbox

The Cost: $15/month with free shipping

The Products: 4-5 samples for mom & baby based off of developmental stage of your child.

Ships to: US

Since this box has been discontinued (this is their last box) check out the Mom Subscription Box Directory and Baby Subscription Box Directory! And make sure to add Bluum to your subscription list or wishlist!


Here is Mommy’s Toolbox’s note to subscribers about ending their subscription, and “joining forces” with Bluum. Current subscribers have been offered 50% off their first Bluum box (just by clicking the link to it on this page).


Birds & Bees Our Lady of La Leche Tea Sample Bag – 4 servings, value: $3

This tea helps lactation! I’m really excited to try it.  I’m not having any production issues, but I’m looking forward to seeing if it affects me at all.

Kid Kusion Gummi Teething Watch – value: $5.99

This is an interesting idea – a teether babies can’t drop! But my son just gets frustrated with it, haha. He likes playing with it better without it being on his wrist.


Jack & Jill Natural Toothpaste, Strawberry – 1.76 oz, value: $6.99

This toothpaste is certified organic! I’m really happy about getting this – I’ve grabbed a couple toothbrushes for us to try with him

Jack & Jill Bio Toothbrush – value: $4.99

This toothbrush has an ergonomic toothbrush and a compostable handle. I like this toothbrush a lot.


Bella Bundles Sushies in Lime Chevron – $6.50

This is a great product – I had seen one of these before I had my son but had forgotten about them. I’m glad to have this for sure.

Reese & Luke Shea Butter Baby Balm – sample, value: $1?

This sample is small, but I like the product! I think it’ll be handy to keep in my diaper bag.

Dr. Bronner’s Baby Unscented Pure-Castile Liquid Soap – 2 oz, value: $3.19

This has no added fragrance and double the olive oil. This seems like a really versatile cleaner concentrate. I haven’t used castile soap before so I’m looking forward to adding this into my cleaning lineup.


The last item was this little Pyore bag with three little sample jars.


Pyore Stem Cell and Green Tea Oil Balancing Day Cream (for oily skin) – sample

Pyore Maringa-Mango Moisturizing Day Cream (for dry skin) – sample

Pyore Wrinkle Softening Green Tea Eye Cream – sample

I’ve never heard of this brand before, but I like what I can tell about them so far! Natural and luxurious- sounding ingredients. I also like that I have a range of products to try from them. The sample sizes are small, but still good for 1-2 uses for the day creams, and quite a few uses for the eye cream.

Verdict: I got a value of $31.56 out of this last Mommy’s Toolbox. This was also my first box from them. I got about 8 samples from them in this box, and I know they say they send 4-5 samples, so maybe I got so many because they wanted to load up final boxes with remaining inventory? I really liked this finale box and, while I can’t really speak to their whole subscription based off this box, I am happy to see that they ended on a good note and didn’t send out an awful, half-effort final box like some companies have (in my experience).

Did you subscribe to Mommy’s Toolbox? What did you think of their subscription?

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 Comment

  1. Since you are a nursing mother I suggest trying Mama’s Milkbox as I don’t see it anywhere on the website. It is like StitchFix for nursing clothes since cute ones are hard to come by.

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