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February 2018 Ecocentric Mom review time!
If you haven’t heard, Ecocentric Mom is a unique subscription box that features mom & baby products that are eco-friendly, natural, organic, and often vegan-friendly. Each box will include 5-7 products ranging from practical to pampering items for both you and your child. It will be tailored to your exact due date / baby’s birthdate all the way up to age four, after which point your products will “mom only”. You can expect to receive items such as organic accessories, wooden/sustainable toys, handcrafted baby care products, natural skincare/cosmetics items, healthy snacks, and more.
Subscriptions are $27.95/month, or less with multi-month commitments. Shipping is free. — For a limited time, you can save $10 on your first box with coupon code “ROSEBUD10“!
Let’s see what’s in the February 2018 Ecocentric Mom Box!
Everything was shipped in a blue/green box with the Ecocentric Mom logo on top.
A peek inside!
A little envelope was sealed with a sticker that included my child’s age (my girls are actually 5, but the box only goes up to 4).
Inside the envelope were 5 separate info cards that revealed each item in the box with brief descriptions and retail values for each one.
This nourishing hand cream is made with beeswax from Bee Lovely Botanicals’ own naturally treated hives. It also includes organic extra virgin coconut oil, USP grade lanolin, cocoa butter, and other hydrating ingredients that work together to seal cracks in the skin and protect your hands from further damage. It has a light, citrusy scent that features coconut, lime, and verbena.
Hyland’s 4 Kids Oral Pain Relief ($9.49, Amazon)
I didn’t receive an info card for this item, so I’m not sure if they just left it out or if it was a bonus product. Either way, I’m happy to have it! These quick-dissolving tablets are made with gentle homeopathic ingredients that are formulated for children ages 2-12. They help to temporarily relieve the symptoms of gum or tooth sensitivity, swelling of gums, tooth/oral pain, and discomfort. My girls haven’t really had any teeth/gum issues yet, but I’ll be happy to have these on hand when the time comes.
An aluminum-free deodorant stick made with non-GMO ingredients including organic coconut oil, organic beeswax, lavender oil, and tea tree oil. It also contains cornstarch, which absorbs perspiration & odor causing bacteria, as well as baking soda to eliminating odors.
Eco Kids Eco Dough ($10)
An eco-friendly alternative to Play-Doh, this dough is made with all natural ingredients including flour, essential oils, and fruit & vegetable extracts. We’ve used this in the past and the girls love any kind of play dough, so I’m glad to have more.
Made from 100% organic soapberries, this detergent not only cleans, but also has natural fabric softening capabilities. It’s HE and standard machine capable, hypoallergenic, chemical-free, and safe for the whole family.
I’m used to most protein bars containing whey/dairy, so I was pleasantly surprised to see that this bar was plant-based and vegan friendly. It’s made with clean ingredients and contains no GMOs, gluten, soy, dairy, or artificial sweeteners. I decided to try it while writing this review, and while I did enjoy it, I thought it was a little too sweet. Good though!
I really enjoyed February’s selection of earth-friendly items from Ecocentric Mom! My favorite items this time were the Eco Dough, Hyland’s oral pain relief tablets, Tru Women protein bar, and Stinkbug deodorant. The retail value of February’s box was just over $50! 🙂 — Remember, for a limited time you can save $10 on your first box with coupon code “ROSEBUD10“!