Mommy Mailbox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – June 2018
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).
About Mommy Mailbox
The Subscription Box: Mommy Mailbox
The Cost: $33.95 a month + free U.S. shipping
The Products: Each box contains 4-6 surprise gifts that change each month.
Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $10.50
Mommy Mailbox June 2018 Review
Each box comes with a card detailing the month’s products and brands. The theme this month is “Unwind” and the box was curated by featured blogger, Lindsey Willson.
HomArt Candle Holder – Estimated Value $5.00
The first item in the box this month was this votive candle holder. The outside is a matte white while the inside is a nice, shiny gold. I recently redid my bathroom with gold accents so this will go perfectly on my shelf! While it came with this little yellow candle (which smells a little like lemon to me, but I really think is unscented), I think I might use it to store jewelry and other accessories in instead.
HomArt Decorative Geode Matches– Estimated Value $4.00
To go along with our candle we received this pretty pack of decorative matches. These are great to have on hand and this packaging is so pretty. I also love the blue color of the matches!
Henlie Agate Stone Necklace – Retail Value $38
This necklace is plated in 14k gold and features a rather large agate stone. This is a little bit larger than the necklaces I like to wear, but it’s pretty and very unique. It is on the shorter side at 18 inches. This definitely isn’t my usual style, but it’s a fun occasional piece!
Laritzy Makeup Blender – Retail Value $14.00
I have a silicone makeup blender already and while I only use it to apply my under eye concealer, I like that it doesn’t waste any of the product. Instead of the way a sponge always retains a little bit of your makeup, this applicator ensures that it only ends up on your face. It also washes clean very easily with just some soap and water.
Derma E Therapeutic Scar Gel 0.05 oz. – Estimated Value $4.99 (Full size is 2 oz for $19.95)
This gel has a pretty strong scent and is very light. It reminds me of the aloe vera gel you use on sunburn. In fact, in addition to scars, they recommend that it be used on sunburns, so it might be fairly similar. I was happy to see that it can be used on stretch marks since I am about 2 months postpartum and could use some help in that area. Fingers crossed that it works!
Hammond’s Candies Lemon Drops, 4 oz – Retail Value $9.95
What Mommy Mailbox would be complete without a sweet treat? This month we received this bag of lemon drops. They are not too tart at all, but instead are sweet and taste just like old fashioned hard candies. They are delicious and even better, they are all natural. The bag had a decent amount inside too, so these will last me quite awhile!
Verdict: This month’s Mommy Mailbox theme of Unwind is fitting for any mama! The votive and matches were a great way to encourage that, however, I’m not sure how well everything else fit the theme. While not everything fit the theme perfectly, I think it was still a good mix of items. Home items, jewelry, makeup items and a sweet treat are all things that I can appreciate! The total retail value of the box this month came to $75.94 and I think that’s a great value for a box that costs $33.95!
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you will receive the July box. From Mommy Mailbox:
Your monthly box will ship the first week of every month and will arrive in 3-5 business days.
Coupon – Use coupon code TAKE5 to save $5 off your first box!
Value Breakdown: This box cost me $33.95, including free shipping, so here is what you are paying approximately per item:
- Votive: $2.24
- Matches: $1.79
- Necklace: $16.99
- Makeup blender: $6.25
- Scar gel: $2.23
- Candy: $4.45
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