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Bump Boxes Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2020

Bump Boxes February 2020 box

Bump Boxes is a monthly subscription box for seasoned moms and moms-to-be. Celebrate your pregnancy each month with Bump Boxes, which guarantees to protect you and your baby by sending safe products that are natural, good-for-you, and don’t have any potentially harmful chemicals.

This is a review of a box you can expect for your second month of pregnancy.

Bump Boxes February 2020 info card

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.)

Bump Boxes February 2020 all items

About Bump Boxes

The Subscription: Bump Boxes

The Cost: $39.99/month. Save with longer subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code LOVEIT30 to save 30% off your first box with the purchase of a 6, 9, or 12 month subscription.

The Products: Safe and non-toxic products for moms and expectant moms.

Ships to: The US for free, select countries for $9.99

Good to Know: Bump Boxes has an extensive online shop on their website. The shop operates on a loyalty points system: Earn 1 Bump Box Point for every $1 spent and 10 for each product review. 100 Bump Box Points = $10 in the Bump Boxes Shop.

The Bump Boxes website also has other valuable resources like an ovulation calculator, due date calculator, and a detailed overview of each week of pregnancy. Once you’re signed up, you can opt-in for weekly e-mails full of bump-related content and articles.

Bump Boxes February 2020 Review


Each box comes with an info card detailing the items included and expressing the overall theme of the current month’s box.


Bump Life “Feelin’ Fly as a Mother” Water Bottle – Retail Value $13.99

Water is so essential while pregnant! And of course, when I’m breastfeeding it feels like I’m always thirsty so I never go without a water bottle near me. While this is a helpful item, I do feel like the value is a little inflated. I don’t think I would pay $14 for it because it feels made of cheaper plastic.

Bump Boxes February 2020 bag

Bump Life “Haute Mama” Zippered Cosmetic Pouch – Retail Value $12.99

For me, diaper bags can easily get jumbled together; pouches are helpful to keep things organized. This pouch would be a good way to keep your personal items easy-to-grab. It’s not lined, and it’s a little small, but it would work for basic necessities like keys, phone, chapstick, etc.


Hatch Mama Renew Aromatherapy Wellness Oil, 0.33 fl oz – Retail Value $26

This oil is infused with orange and ginger extracts to help with nausea. I like that it’s in an easy-to-apply rollerball you can keep in your pocket or by your bed. Bump Boxes always ensures the things they send are free of parabens, phthalates, dyes, and fragrance so there are no worries to be had about the ingredients.


Belli All Day Moisture Lotion, 6.5 fl oz- Retail Value $17

I love this body lotion! It feels very moisturizing, has safe ingredients, and it has a nice and subtle fragrance of lemons and chamomile. It feels quite calming and uplifting!


Pearhead Pregnancy Brain Notepad– Retail Value $4.99

The pregnancy brain can be so real. I love lists and notepads so I think this is cute.

Verdict: This month’s Bump Boxes contained all helpful and practical items, which I appreciate. My favorite items are the notepad and the body lotion! This box has a value of $74.97 according to the info card. I think the pouch and the water bottle retail values are a little high for what they are, but it’s still a decent deal for $39.99.

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 code LOVEIT30 to save 30% off your first box with the purchase of a 6, 9, or 12 month subscription.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $39.99 and has a retail value of $74.97; here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Water bottle: $7.46
  • Zipper pouch: $6.93
  • Aromatherapy oil: $13.87
  • Body lotion: $9.07
  • Notepad: $2.66

Alternatively, each of the 5 items in the box has an average cost of $8.

Check out all of our Bump Boxes reviews to learn more about this box, and be sure to swing by our list of the best pregnancy subscription boxes!

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

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Written by Haley Faye

Haley Faye

Haley Faye first discovered the wonderful world of subscription boxes in 2012 and began writing for MSA in 2014. Over the years, she has found many subscriptions to love. Now a mom of three, her favorite boxes are ones that dress her kids, help her get organized, feed her family, send her snacks, and offer educational fun for her children.

Posted in Bump Boxes Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Moms| Tags: bump boxes | 8 comments

Comments (8)

  1. I don’t want to be alarmist, and I know that the packaging of the aromatherapy oil says it contains essential oil at only a 1% concentration, but I have to agree with the concerns about eucalyptus oil. I’m Australian and grew up ‘in the bush’ so it’s drilled into us that eucalyptus oil is potentially toxic for anyone if ingested neat and should be used on the skin with caution. So I felt duty-bound to share this info. I checked the webmd dot com website to get more detail and it states that a 3.5 millilitre dose ingested can be fatal. ‘Natural’ doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe. The webmd site also mentions that even inhaling the oil neat it is ‘likely unsafe’ for children. This relates to the undiluted oil only, but I’d recommend that anyone with an interest in eucalyptus-related products do a little of their own research. As I first mentioned, this oil states that the essential oil content is at a 1% concentration, so it could be perfectly fine. My sharing of this info isn’t meant to alarm anyone about this box – it’s just a contribution to the discussion about the relative safety of eucalyptus oil. Apologies for the long post.

    • Yay, education! 🙂

  2. This looks like a nice box for mother’s! I didn’t know Eucalyptus oil was toxic to wee ones.
    What do I know though! I drank from a water hose growing up, used no hand sanitizer, ate dirt, played in a sandbox.
    I am 56 I suspect I may have did irreparable damage to my body LOL

    • Oh, so did I, and I think we’re better off for it 😉

      • Our immune systems certainly are!

  3. Yikes…eucalyptus is not baby safe! Be careful using that oil around your little ones!

    • Why is eucalyptus oil unsafe for kiddos?

      • It can irritate their respiratory tract, cause vomiting, ataxia…honestly, no oils are safe for babies, but eucalyptus and menthol are especially harsh.

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