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Ecocentric Mom Subscription Review + Coupon – August 2020

Haley Faye
ByHaley FayeSep 19, 2020 | 2 comments

Ecocentric Moms Box August 2020 box

Ecocentric Mom
3.6 overall rating
8 Ratings | 2 Reviews

Ecocentric Mom is a monthly eco-friendly subscription box for women, moms, and moms-to-be. They aim to only send products that are pure, healthy, useful, and fun. And, they customize each box based on your child's age or your due date!

This review is of the Ecocentric Mom Box with preferences set for a 9-month-old girl, $36.99 a month.

Ecocentric Moms Box August 2020 inside box

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.)

Ecocentric Moms Box August 2020 all items

About Ecocentric Mom

The Subscription Box: Ecocentric Mom

The Cost: $36.99 a month + free shipping in the continental U.S.

ACTIVE DEAL: Save $5 off your subscription!

The Products: Green, organic, and otherwise eco-friendly and eco-conscious beauty, health, house, and baby products.

Ships to: The U.S. for free & Canada for $7.00

Ecocentric Mom August 2020 Review

Active Skin Repair Hydrogel, 4 oz - Retail Value $29.99

This gel is a medical-grade treatment for the everyday wound and skin repair. It's designed to It also has no added fragrance, no alcohol, no petroleum, and no harsh chemicals. It's natural, non-toxic, and great for burns, cuts, scrapes, rashes, insect bites, and more. This will be staying on hand for those little bumps and bruises my kids get!

Plui Brush Sunny Sensory Toy - Retail Value $7.99

This an interesting little thing. It's really just a brush, but it's made to look like a sun. The packaging says you can spin it or fidget with it, and the bristles are good for sensory play. I think this is cute, but my kids (10 months, 3, and 5) all lost interest after a few minutes. However, I have been keeping it on hand to pass my baby in the car or to tickle her with the bristles, so it's okay. It's not exactly a toy that has open-ended play options, you know?

Kid O Mini Airplane - Retail Value $4.99

(It looks like maybe this specific toy design has been retired in lieu of Kid O's other/bigger toy planes, but I found an old sold-out listing of this plane for $4.99 so that's where I got the retail price.)

This little toy plane is small and simple but my kids have enjoyed playing with it! It's a good size to throw in a diaper bag or tote to take to a restaurant or grandparents' house or somewhere!

Woo Bam Boo Eco-Awesome Toothpaste, .5 oz each - Estimated Retail Value $1.49 for both

This natural toothpaste formula includes bamboo and green tea extracts and is also fluoride-free and cruelty-free. One is marshmallow flavored and the other is a kid's version and a "bubble berry" flavor. These are actually pretty great! They clean gently and both my kids & I actually think they taste really good!

Mavi Bandz Adjustable Non-Slip Headband, Slithering Snakeskin Print - Retail Value $14.99 (on sale for $12.99)

I can always use another headband! I like the black-and-white print on this headband, and the inside (the black part) is made with a non-slip material that feels a little velvety. I wore this for a day and it stayed put well, with adjusting and re-doing just a couple times.

Knork Eco Asterik Plant-Base Cutlery - Retail Value $7.99

These are cool! The box contains 3 forks and 3 spoons, all made out of plant-based material. They are dishwasher safe but if you have to toss them, they compost in 2 years. These are adult-sized cutlery, and they feel lightweight and seem really useful, especially for packed lunches or to use in place of plastic ones for takeout.

Verdict: This month's Ecocentric Mom was a good one! We have already been using everything! The retail value of this box reaches $67.44, which is actually on the low end of what I'm used to from this sub, but we're using everything so we're getting the full value out of it. I'm happy for a $36.99 (plus free shipping) box.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. If you sign up now, your first box will most likely be the September box. From Ecocentric Mom:

"Your first box/ shop order will be packed and shipped within 2 business days. It will be sent by USPS Priority Mail and will arrive to US destinations within 1-3 business days of shipment date. You will receive a tracking number when the box is shipped."

ACTIVE DEAL: Save $5 off your subscription!

Value Breakdown: This box costs $36.99 + free shipping and the retail value totals $67.44. Here's how that breaks down into what you're paying for each item:

  • Hydrogel: $16.44
  • Sun brush: $4.38
  • Plane: $2.74
  • Toothpaste: $0.82
  • Headband: $8.22
  • Utensils: $4.38

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Ecocentric Mom is a monthly eco-friendly subscription box for women, moms, and moms-to-be. They aim to only send products that are pure, healthy, useful, and fun. They have a number of subscription options: Woman/Mom Only, Pregnancy, Mom & Baby (for ages 0-18 months), Mom & Toddler (18 mo... read more.

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.

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When my son was 3 he had speech delay and hyper-sensitivity issues (still has this a bit), his occupational therapist recommended dry brushing his arms and legs to help. He’s 22 now and working on his master’s in math education, so I don’t know…..there may be something in that.

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Haley Faye

Lisa, that’s amazing! I guess I overlooked the part where I get involved with that toy and do the sensory activity for them by brushing it on their skin! For some reason I thought it was something that they would mostly use themselves (in which case, they got bored poking it and spinning it) but I bet my kids would love laying still and letting me brush their arms and legs with it. Thanks so much for your input!

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