MOMBOX – Should We Review It?


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MOMBOX is not a recurring subscription but a company that offers boxes for postpartum care:

At MOMBOX we’re on a mission to take better care of new moms. We pick, pack, and ship a box full of postpartum care items (the really good stuff) directly to Mom at home, so she doesn’t have to run to the store after giving birth.

Here’s a look at the boxes they offer:

The Box: MOMBOX

The Cost: $99

The Products: 

  • Rael Organic Cotton Overnight Pads (8 pads)
  • Fridababy, Fridet the MomWasher
  • Perineal ice pack with reusable cover
  • Brief Transitions, Post Pregnancy Panties (two pair)
  • Motherlove Organic Nipple Cream
  • Earth Mama Organic Herbal Sitz Bath
  • Calm-a-Mama Herbal Supplement, Calm Drops
  • Motherlove Sitz Bath Spray
  • Special discount codes for future postpartum recovery purchases

The Box: C-Section MOMBOX

Perfect for moms who have just given birth via c-section, or who have a c-section scheduled in the weeks ahead.

The Cost: $99

The Products: 

  • Rael Organic Cotton Overnight Pads
  • Zoe Organics Belly Oil for scar massage
  • 100% Postpartum Periodic Tea
  • Brief Transition Post Pregnancy Panties
  • Calm-a-Mama Herbal Supplement, Immune Drops
  • Tiny Moon Hot & Cold Therapeutic Pack
  • Motherlove Organic Nipple Cream
  • $30 off the UpSpring C-Panty, to aid in abdominal support, mobility, and comfort throughout recovery

The Box: Pregnancy Pack

This care kit is perfect for expecting moms. It’s curated with safe and organic products tailored toward reducing the pain points of common pregnancies. Morning sickness? Nausea? Melasma? Pregnancy insomnia? Stretch marks? Hormonal acne? We’ve spent nearly two years testing and sourcing amazing products to help combat the toughest days of pregnancy.

The Cost: $99

The Products: 

  • Mighty Patch Blemish Helpers
  • Hello Bello Prenatal Vitamins with DHA
  • Motion sickness wrist bands
  • Fresh Crushed Peppermint Tummy Drops
  • Simply Gum in Natural Ginger
  • Zoe Organics Belly Oil
  • Erbose Bedtime Oil
  • Cocokind Turmeric Stick
  • Inna Organics clean-ingredient face mask (safe for pregnancy)
  • Promptly Childhood History Journal: This is a prompted journal that helps a parent to easily document a complete childhood history for their child. It covers from when the mother is pregnant, until the child is 18 years old.

The Box: Deluxe MOMBOX

A little bit of everything! No matter what type of birth (C-section or vaginal), rest assured any new mama will be well taken care of with this carefully curated combination box, featuring:

The Cost: $179

The Products: 

  • Rael Organic Cotton Overnight Pads (8 pads)
  • Fridababy, Fridet the MomWasher
  • Brief Transitions, Post Pregnancy Panties (2 pair)
  • Perineal Ice Pack with Reusable Sleeve
  • 100% Organic Sitz Bath
  • Motherlove Organic Nipple Cream
  • Calm-a-Mama Herbal Supplement, Calm Drops
  • Earth Mama Organics Bottom Spray
  • Zoe Organics Belly Oil
  • 100% Postpartum Periodic Tea
  • Calm-a-Mama Herbal Supplement, Immune Drops
  • Tiny Moon Hot & Cold Therapeutic Pack
  • $30 off the UpSpring C-Panty, to aid in abdominal support, mobility, and comfort throughout recovery

What do you think of these boxes? Would you like to see any of them reviewed? 

Written by MSA

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14 Comments

  1. This seems very expensive for what you get. So that’s a no from me.

  2. I wish I’ve learned more about this box a few months ago when I delivered my baby. I have bought a lot of the products mentioned here, but still agree that the price for this box is a bit high. Would still love to see it reviewed though and if it’s ever on a discount, I may grab one as a gift for a pregnant friend or my future baby #2!

  3. This is absolutely insane as far as price point! 9/10 we get a squirt bottle from the hospital and a ton of pads. They could weave those out and provide more options for mom. I dont even think a review would be worth it.

  4. This would be like a one-time box gift for a new mother. For that price range, I’d expect a box of diapers and loads else All of these boxes being reviewed or potentially for review are so expensive. I’m not a cheapskate, but these companies also need to be relatable to their clientele unless their clientele is consistently only buying high end stuff (and the only high end things I buy are skincare items… and those usually last a while).

  5. I wouldn’t mind a review but I’m guessing it’s going to say “some great products in here but to me it isn’t worth the price.”

  6. I’d be interested to see one reviewed. I think it might be nice to give as a gift although my friends are all aging out of the pregnancy phase of life.

  7. You are paying for convenience only. The cost is way too high for the items included.

    • $6.50 pads
      $7.00 for 2 briefs
      $15 mom washer
      Approx $12 reusable perineal ice pack
      $11 motherlove nipple cream
      $12 for 6pk sitz bath
      $17 calm drops
      $11 sutz bath spray

      About $85 worth of stuff, not counting coupons. Most you can get on Amazon, possibly bundling for free shipping. It’s not a bad idea, but it is overpriced.

      Also, I’ve had three kids and about the only thing I’d be interested in trying from the above is the sitz bath stuff. The hospital sends underwear and pads and witchhazel and a squirter and lanolin.

  8. Why is every new subscription you guys offer to review now expensive as hell? Stay relatable guys!

    • Wow that’s a little harsh. I’m sure there is a wide arrange of people that subscribe to this site from all different walks of life. They are very relatable and reviewing this box would not change that. You don’t have to read the review…just read the ones that are RELATABLE to you. Wow…problem solved.

      • Well said Kristine. Idk why some folks think that all subs need to cater to EVERYONE. There are always going to be subs out of reach for me, and that’s ok. I still like the reviews.

    • Unfortunately, a lot of subscription boxes are ridiculously priced. No fault of MSA. That’s why they are asking if they should even bother reviewing it.

  9. Oh good God, no.

  10. I actually received a MOMBOX after the birth of my second child. It was helpful!

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