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Bubble Bath Box Subscription Review + Coupon – February 2017


Bubble Bath Box is a monthly subscription service that sends child inspired bath products and toys.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)


The Subscription Box: Bubble Bath Box

The Cost: $32 a month with discounts for longer subscriptions and a $10 sibling add-on option (free shipping)

COUPON: Use code BBBOX to save 10% off!

The Products:  bath products and toys geared for young children (there is a box option for under 1-year-old or 1-3 years old and boxes can be specialized based on gender if you choose)

Ships to: U.S.

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An information card was included that gave the month’s theme: Love Is In the Tub. It also listed the items in the box. A separate card listed the items with further details, website links, and ideas for play.



Llama Llama I Love You by Anna Dewdney – Value $4.47 on Amazon (retail price $5.99)

The Llama Llama books are always sweet family oriented rhyming tales. This one is no exception with Llama giving heart cards to all the relatives he loves. I think this was a perfect choice for a child’s February box. What’s better after a warm bath than a good book before bed?



Grace Mabel Mini Cuddle Collection (2 oz. each) – Value $14.99

These mini sized lotions and wash are each 2 ounces, perfect for traveling. The products are free of harsh chemicals, are hypoallergenic, are gluten, soy, dye and soy free and are made in the USA.

The cuddle rub lotion has a relaxing light minty aroma and is very moisturizing.

The baby cream contains olive and coconut oil and is a great all-around day and evening cream. It has a soothing scent of lemongrass and lavender essential oils.

The baby wash has the same scent as the baby cream and is naturally tear free. It wasn’t drying on my children’s skin.



Pink Fizz Girl Lotion Bar – Value $10.00

This raw massage lotion bar from Pink Fizz Girl on Etsy is made with local beeswax, coconut oil, and cocoa butter. My skin in the winter gets so dry and itchy and a thick rich lotion like the one in this solid bar works wonders. I love the little pink hearts in the bar.


Rainbow Research French Green Clay Mask Powder – Value $1.86

This powder is mixed with water and then applied to the face. French Green Clay is said to absorb oil and dirt and bacteria. The reviews on this mask claim it’s very effective for acne-prone and oily skin. My skin is very dry so I passed this on to a friend and she loved it. She said it made her skin feel much less oily and shiny and will be buying more.



Foam Animal Stickers – Value $1.00?

These foam stickers were a little “extra” in the box. We stuck the pieces together to make the lion and elephant. The kids tried sticking them to the side of the tub and weren’t too successful, but they still had fun playing with them.

Verdict: The value this month was around $32 which just covers the cost of the box. We liked the Llama Llama book, Mabel Grace products, and Pink Fizz lotion bar very much. My kids enjoy opening their Bubble Bath Box each month, but I’d love to see the value increase.

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Written by Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica Telesmanich

Jessica’s addiction started off slowly enough with Birchbox, but it has grown and grown over the last three years. An elementary school librarian and mom of two she loves boxes that are child-centric. But she’ll never turn down a good fashion, beauty or tasty treat subscription.

Posted in Bubble Bath Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Kids| Tags: bubble bath box | 3 comments

Comments (3)

  1. I got excited for a sec then I realized it was for kids and not adults. Darn.

  2. 2-oz bottles intended for baby stuff are not really useful in the current design – you must use two hands to get the products out of them! Not always possible when you need a hand to handle a squirming baby or one who is in a tub of water. If the Grace Mabel people are reading this, here’s a suggestion – switch to squeeze tubes with a flip top – then your products could be used with one hand, while the other hand is holding the baby. Squeeze tubes would also be better for getting the last of the lotion out, to minimize waste.

    • You are very right. Easy pass for me.

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