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Bump Boxes Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 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 third 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 March 2020 all items 2

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, a 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. This month, it’s all about being pampered.

Bump Boxes March 2020 notepad

BumpLife Mama’s Agenda Notepad – Listed Value $6.99

“Mama’s Agenda” – cute! I can always use another notepad.


Face It Cloth In A Box Makeup Remover Cloth – Retail Value $9.99

What a cute face cloth! This is made of material that, when wet, can remove your makeup – even waterproof mascara! Don’t ask me how; I’m pretty sure it’s magic. But anyway, the design is nice, being heart-shaped with little pockets for your hands.


Promise Hydrating Facial Cleanser, 4.8 – Retail Value $16, Listed Value $19.99

The listed value of this item is slightly inflated in comparison to what I found on Promise’s website. This cleanser was created specifically with pregnancy in mind, so it’s very clean and gentle. I love the ingredients like green tea, coconut oil, jojoba oil, aloe vera, and vitamin E. It smells fresh and citrus-y and left my (dry) skin feeling clean and pampered.


Glow Organics Balance Foot Soak, 8 oz – Retail Value $15.99

This foot soak smells amazing! And the ingredients are really clean: Epsom Salt Foot Soak, Himalayan Pink Salt, Dead Sea Salt, Organic Calendula Petals, Organic Lavender Buds, Organic White Grapefruit Essential Oil, Organic Lavender Essential Oil. I really enjoyed using this. It would work great as just a general bath soak, too, not just for feet! This was definitely relaxing, and I paired it with a face mask for a fantastic, totally-just-for-me break.


Stroller Blanket from Ah Goo Baby, Earth Pattern – Listed Value $24.95 (same product, different pattern found here for $16.15)

I couldn’t find this kind of blanket on Ah Goo Baby’s website, so I linked to an Amazon listing from Ah Goo Baby, which prices it at $16.15. The info card from Bump Boxes prices it at $24.95, though. I would believe this blanket selling at that price, but since the only place I can actually find this for sale lists it at the lower price, it’s the one I’m going with.

I think this blanket is a really nice, practical inclusion for this box! The fabric is water-repellent and the underside is a very soft minky material. It comes in a drawstring bag to toss into the stroller or car, and measures 41 x 30 inches. It would be great for tummy time at play dates or outside.

Verdict: This month’s Bump Boxes theme was being pampered, and I think they did this well! The blanket and notepad are nice practical items, and the face cloth, bath soak, and cleanser all felt like a luxurious treat. My favorite item is the bath soak! This box has a listed value of $77.91, according to the info card, but based on the retail values I could find items for items available for purchase from the brands themselves, this box has a value closer to $69.11. I’ve noticed the listed values tend to be inflated compared to the retail values offered directly from the brand. I’ve also felt on a few occasions that the value of proprietary or exclusive items is listed higher than what I personally feel it should be, though if it’s an exclusive item to Bump Boxes I suppose they have that right to price it how they like. The value inflation is a source of concern for me, but I did feel that the items were useful and matched the theme.

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 with a calculated retail value of $69.11; here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Notepad: $4.04
  • Face cloth: $5.78
  • Cleanser: $9.26
  • Foot soak: $9.25
  • Stroller blanket: $9.35

Alternatively, each of the 5 items in the box has an average cost of about $8.00.

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!

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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 | 10 comments

Comments (10)

  1. My point is that it’s awkward to ask someone if they’re pregnant and her reviewing a box for moms isn’t an invitation to inquire about something as personal as her pregnancy status.

    • Seems to me being kind and appropriate should concern us all.

      • I think both of them were out of line tbh

      • They were both out of line tbh

  2. Are you pregnant with #4?

    • Sandy, I am not! I just have a little experience with being pregnant!

    • “Bump Box is a monthly subscription box for seasoned moms and moms-to-be.” So it’s not just a pregnancy box.

    • Why is it awkward? It’s a review for a pregnancy box.

      • If you read the description of the box at the beginning of the review you’ll see it says “Bump Boxes is a monthly subscription box for seasoned moms and moms-to-be.”

      • What’s your point? It’s not like I asked her when she was due. Stop trying to stir up trouble where there is none.

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