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Mommy Mailbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2017

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Mommy Mailbox is a monthly subscription box with the mission to uplift and reward motherhood (or any women for that matter).

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: 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.

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use coupon code LC15 to save 15% off any Limited Edition Mommy Mailbox! (This coupon does not apply to the Spring Cleaning Grab Box)

COUPON: Use code YAYMSA to save $5 off!

The Products: Each box contains 4-6 surprise gifts that change each month.

Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $10.50

Check out all our Mommy Mailbox reviews and the Women’s Subscription Box Directory!

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Each box comes with a card detailing the month’s products and brands. The theme this month is “Recharge” and the box was curated by blogger Karrie Locher.



Copper Marble Flat Notes – Value $14.95

These flat Thank You cards are designed by Graphique de France and come with 50 cards and envelopes. I love getting stationery in my subscription boxes because I frequently write notes to my students. These notes have a graphic design at the top and plenty of blank space to write your heartfelt message. I like the copper accent on the lettering and the marble and copper base to the box. They’ll look lovely on my desk at school.



Cultivar Organic Rose & Helichrysum Toner (4 oz.) – Value $40.00

This toner smells great! The box was a little beat up and the directions say to cleanse with the toner and then rinse. Toner isn’t a part of my skincare routine, but I’m quite sure it’s applied after cleansing so I read more about this on the Cultivar website and it’s meant to be sprayed on after washing your face or throughout the day as a pick me up. I guess the box was misprinted. I like that this toner contains no alcohol or witch hazel which would dry out my skin.


Wellsmith Hydrating Lip Balm – Value $5.00?

Wellsmith’s blackberry lip balm is very faintly scented/flavored. It’s made with castor oil, olive oil, beeswax and other ingredients. It had a nice feel on my lips and good staying power. This Etsy shop currently has no items listed for sale so I’m guessing at the price based on other Etsy balms.



Viter Energy Mints (0.63 oz.) – Value $4.99 (buy a 6-pack for $19.99)

These mints are sugar-free and contain caffeine as an energy booster. They come in a cute metal tin with a flip top lid that’s easy to open and close with one hand. I avoid caffeine and sugar-free products (I don’t care for the taste of most sugar replacements) so I had my husband try these. He said they were a nice minty flavor, but he didn’t notice an added energy boost.




Fred and Far Trillion Pin – Value $6.00

Fred and Far was founded with the belief that women should love themselves first. This “Trillion” pin is on a cute card that says “the future is bright” and resembles a diamond. I know pins are very trendy now and have been seen in other subscriptions boxes the past few months such as PopSugar, but I’m not a pin person so this will be passed along.

Verdict: This is my second Mommy Mailbox and most of the box was a hit for me. I love the notecards and while I don’t normally use toner, this one is well made and I like how it feels and smells on my skin. The mints and pin weren’t a hit for me, but they are smaller value items so that’s not a concern. The value this month was about $71 which is well more than the cost of the box and I’m very happy with that.

What do you think of Mommy Mailbox?

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.

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. The pin we got in the box retails for $12 as it’s the one with the greeting card and that apparently adds $6 onto the RV.

    • Maybe their $6 card is different … they don’t really distinguish well.

    • Hi Melissa,
      My pin didn’t come with a blank card to write my own message (as the $12 pin states) which is why I selected the $6. Hope this explains my pricing!
      Thanks for reading, Jessica

  2. That pin is gorgeous! This looks like a solid box.

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