21 Bundles Box Review + Coupon – July 2017
My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
This review is of the monthly $39.99 subscription box. The box is catered towards my due date of 11/11/17, and you are able to input this information upon ordering so that each box is customized to your pregnancy.
The Subscription Box: 21 Bundles
The Cost: $39.99 a month + $3 US shipping. International shipping varies by location. Save with 3 and 6 month pre-pay plans.
COUPON: Use code BABY20 to save 20% on your first box!
The Products: Chemical-free, organic beauty, health, house, and baby items for moms tailored to the specific month of her pregnancy or new baby’s life.
Ships to: Worldwide
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
Each box comes with an information card that offers some advice for the season. It also directs to 21 Bundles‘s sister shop, Healthiest and a coupon to save 20% off summertime essentials, including items that you’ll find in your monthly boxes.
This box also came with a ‘seven months’ sticker so that I can show off how far along I am!
Radha Beauty Dead Sea Mud Mask, 8.8 oz. – Value $11.95
This mineral mask says that it stimulates circulation, removes dead skin cells, reduces pores, and helps to clear acne. I found it to be really easy to use, and it definitely reduced redness in my face as well as minimized pores. I love masks that dry slightly too — there’s something satisfying about it, and I appreciate the tight, fresh feeling they give my skin. At almost 9 oz., I was really happy with the size of this product as well! Off to a solid start, and pampering is something I’m needing so much right now.
Thinksport Insulated Sports Bottle, 12 oz. – Value $17.99
I was so happy to see this awesome insulated bottle in my box! I don’t own one of these even though I’ve often thought about how useful they would be for the gym or morning coffee. My cold water stayed chilled for several hours in the summer heat, but I know I’ll be using it nonstop year round. Bonus, the mint color is super cute.
Mad Hippie Cream Cleanser, 4 oz. – Value $15.99
I’ve been on the hunt for a gentle, natural cleanser, so this came at the perfect time. During pregnancy, I really appreciate products that leave out harmful chemicals, parabens, synthetic colors, and fragrances. It left my face feeling clean and moisturized. I didn’t find that it did a good job of removing my makeup while testing, so I just used a little bit of castor oil on a cotton pad for that.
EcoTools Cleansing Mitt – Value $2.99
Made with natural ramie and rayon from bamboo, this natural cleansing mitt is designed to conform to your hand when wet to precisely clean dirt, oil, and impurities. When paired with the Deep Steep Body Wash below, I found it to provide a really invigorating cleanse!
Deep Steep Lavender Chamomile Body Wash, 8 oz. – Value $11.28
I loooove lavender bath products. In fact, the body wash in my current rotation is also lavender scented. There’s something so soothing about it – especially when paired with a steaming hot shower. This cleanser seemed to be very gentle on my hormonal skin, and the lovely scent wasn’t too overpowering.
Weleda Skin Buckthorn Body Oil, 0.34 oz. – Value $2.59
This small vial of oil packs a punch. It has a vaguely orangey scent which appropriately matches its packaging, and it says to promote cell tissue regeneration. Even though I have way more oils and lotions for my growing belly than I need, I’m excited to use this one towards the end of my pregnancy when my skin is most distressed. I also love how quickly it absorbed into my skin.
ErbaOrganics Mommy-To-Be Stretch Mark Oil, 0.14 oz. – Value $0.55
Another body oil, though this one is specific for stretch mark care. I luckily haven’t noticed any stretch marks yet, but I’m glad to have this on hand just in case! However, I would have preferred to receive something other than another oil. It’s also worth noting that I found the full size of this product to be discontinued in my online digging.
Verdict: My first experience with 21 Bundles was really terrific! I did notice that all of my products centered around self-care. As awesome as that is (and SO important during pregnancy), it would have been cool to receive some items for baby. I’m curious to see how the assortment of my bundle will change month to month. And at a calculated value of $63.34, the $42.99 monthly price tag ($39.99 + $3 US shipping) is pretty great considering all of the generous product sizes.
What do you think about 21 Bundles?