Bump Boxes Subscription Box Review + Coupon – September 2017
BumpBoxes is a monthly subscription box for mothers and expecting mothers. They guarantee to protect you and your baby by sending safe products that are natural, good-for-you, or don’t have any potentially harmful chemicals.
(This is a review of the box of $39.99 a month box of full-sized products)
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: BumpBoxes
The Cost: $39.99 for a month-to-month subscription box of full-sized products, customized to your specific due date. $114 for 3 months, $216 for 6 months, and $309 for 9 months.
COUPON: Use code LOVEIT30 to save 30% off your first box with the purchase of a 6, 9, or 12 month subscription.
The Products: Either samples or full-size items (depending on your subscription options) of safe, non-toxic products for moms and expectant moms.
Ships to: US
Check out all of our Bump Boxes reviews to learn more about this box!
Each BumpBox has a focus or theme that’s introduced by an info card.
For me, this month is all about relaxing, pampering and self-care.
BumpBoxes also has an extension online shop on their website. The shop operates on a reward points system, so you have the option of collecting points with each order or item that you review. Earn 1 Bump Boxes Point for every $1 spent. 100 Bump Boxes Points = $10 in the Bump Boxes Shop.
The BumpBoxes website also has other valuable resources like an ovulation calculator, due date calculator, and extensive overview of each week of pregnancy.
BumpLife Feelin’ Fly as a Mother Water Bottle – Value $13.99
I love that this bottle is BPA free! The flip straw is also a nice feature to make drinking easy and preventing spills. The bottle comes with a regular plastic straw as well, and it has a small handle attached to its lid. It’s tough to give an exact value to the amount that this bottle holds without that information included in the box or on the BumpBoxes site, but I’d guess that it’s around 24 oz. Pretty generous. The phrase depicted is a bit cheesy for me, but it’s still cute!
SUREFOOT Foot Rubz Massage Ball – Value $5.99
Ah, this is so nice for relieving sore feet. It seems like it may be a little gimmicky or overly simple, but it does the trick. Just roll it along the soles of the feet to apply the perfect amount of pressure, relieve tension, and improve circulation. I found that it felt better while wearing socks versus with bare feet, but either way works.
Glow Organics Foot Soak – Value $15.99
All about balance, this natural foot soak features white grapefruit and lavender essential oils. The scent is lovely and pleasantly intense — not at all overpowering, but it was apparent upon opening this box. I’ve been loving using Epsom salt in my evening baths, and salt foot soaks are no exception. Used with the massage ball above, this duo is a perfect recipe for relieving the achy, tired feet that are at their worst in the third trimester.
Bella B Tummy to Toes, 6 oz. – Value $7.99
More love for your feet! This cooling leg and foot cream has a wonderfully fresh and revitalizing mint scent. It sort of reminded me of toothpaste… in a good way! It absorbs into the skin well and isn’t greasy. I loved the tingling sensation and cooling effect that it provides. My only issue with this product is that my container seems to be slightly faulty, and the lid is pretty difficult to flip in order to dispense the lotion.
Pieces To Peaces Pink Headband – Value $9.99
This soft headband is comprised of a pinky-coral jersey material and features a unique knot design. It’s super comfortable to wear, and I could see it coming in really handy in the coming months that will inevitably be filled with days of unwashed hair.
EcoTools Pure Complexion Luxurious Spa Cloth – Value $5.99
This 6″x5″ organic cotton cloth is intended for use in the bath or shower to cleanse the skin. I found it be very gentle while also providing enough stimulation to create an invigorating glow. It could also be used to exfoliate the face since it’s not overly abrasive on the skin.
Verdict: This is my first box from BumpBoxes, and I’m really happy with the assortment I received. It catered to where I am in my pregnancy pretty accurately (31 weeks), and I love that it focused on self-care essentials to get me through the third trimester. The value came out to be $59.94 which is pretty good considering the $39.99 box cost!
What do you think about BumpBoxes?