Bump Boxes Subscription Box Review + Coupon – April 2018


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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.

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This is a review of the $39.99 box of 4-8 healthy, full-sized products tailored to your due date/baby’s age.

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This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

Bump Box Feed Box April 2018_1

Bump Box Feed Box April 2018_1

About BumpBoxes

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 promo code LoveIt30 to get 40% off your first monthly box + free shipping when you purchase the $39.99 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

BumpBoxes April 2018 Review

Each BumpBox has a focus or theme that’s introduced by an info card. For me, this month is all about how to ‘feed.’ My baby is 6.5 months, so we’re right in the thick of introducing new foods, exploring different flavors and feeding techniques, and establishing mealtime routines.

BumpBoxes also has an extensive 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 detailed overview of each week of pregnancy.

Berkley Green Baby Bottle, Toy, and Dish Wash, 16.5 oz – Retail Value $3.99

Safely formulated to remove breast milk, food, and other grime from bottles, toys, pump parts – you name it, this wash is super versatile. I love how gentle it is! The formula is also biocompatible, biodegradable, & harvested from renewable sources. This Free & Clear variety is completely unscented and incredibly concentrated. A little goes a long way. I found it to cut through grease and milk easily without leaving any residue. Just perfect!

 

Green Sprouts Fresh Baby Food Glass Cubes – Retail Value $16.00

These practical storage cubes make mealtime easy! Their tempered glass is perfect for the fridge and freezer, and the leak-proof, crack-resistant lids ensure freshness. I wound up making a batch of baby food to fill each cube, stuck them all in the freezer, and then removed one at a time to thaw on the counter. I also love that they’re dishwater safe, durable, and stackable.

Green Sprouts Infant Spoons (6 Pack) – Retail Value $5.00

This set of six spoons features curved handles and tiny spoon tips that are perfect for little mouths. They’re super lightweight and narrow — ideal for these first few months of feedings. We are currently in the midst of incorporating some Baby-Led Weaning principles, and I even feel comfortable with allowing my babe to handle these spoons on his own.

Neat Cheeks Flavored Face Wipes – Retail Value $4.99

Flavored with Stevia, these wipes leave a light, naturally sweet flavor behind. Love the concept. My baby already tends to squirm and pull away a bit when I wipe his face after meal times, and I’d imagine that these will come in even more handy the older he gets. I must admit that it feels a bit off to me to be cleaning baby’s face with a sweetened wipe, but these are effective and clean up messes with ease.

Earth’s Best Organic Banana Blueberry Baby Food Puree, 4 oz – Retail Value $1.29

This puree blend contains a mix of organic bananas and organic blueberries only. My little guy loved it! The blend also comes in a pouch, so its extremely easy to transport when you want to take food outside of your home.

Yorba Organics Baby Lotion, 10 oz – Retail Value $11.95 (Out of Stock Online)

This completely natural lotion is rich, creamy, and gentle. It’s made with Wild Harvested Kalahari Melon Seed Oil, Coconut Oil, and Baobab Fruit Extract to moisturize delicate skin. I’ve tried many products from Yorba throughout my pregnancy, and now, and I consistently find them to be top-quality. I love that this formula is thick and moisturizing without being greasy.

Verdict: This feed-themed box from BumpBoxes offered a really wonderful and perfectly-timed assortment. They really covered all the bases of this stage from food storage, utensils, clean-up, and the food itself. I’m just loving that everything is organic, all-natural, and perfectly safe for my lil’ guy. The full-sized products are really nice to receive too. As much as a I appreciate trying out a new product with sample sizes, full-sized items are always preferred.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Your box may look different than mine depending on how far along you are in your pregnancy journey.

Coupon – Use promo code LoveIt30 to get 40% off your first monthly box + free shipping when you purchase the $39.99 subscription

Value Breakdown: At $42.99 for the box + shipping, each full-sized item averages out to a value of $7.17.

Check out all of our Bump Boxes reviews to learn more about this box!

Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!

What do you think about BumpBoxes?

Written by Jess Cole Payne

Jess Cole Payne

Jess’s love for subscription boxes began with a makeup and skincare fixation. She’s looking forward to broadening her horizons in discovering new products within the lifestyle and food world of subscription boxes.

Posted in Bump Boxes Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Moms| Tags: bump boxes | 1 comment

1 Comment

  1. It looks like the items in the box come out to about $43. Is it typical for the box to be about curation/item discovery, not any extra value over box cost?

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