Ecocentric Mom time again!
If you’re unaware, Ecocentric Mom is a unique subscription box that features mom & baby products that are eco-friendly, natural, organic, and often vegan-friendly. There are 3 different box options to choose from. I (still) subscribe to the “Mom & Baby” box, but they also offer a “Mom-to-Be Box” and just a plain ol’ “Mom” box. They also offer an “Ecocentric Box” for women in general (moms and non-moms alike!).
Subscriptions are $24.95/month, or less with multi-month commitments. You can choose to receive boxes monthly or every-other-month. Shipping is free.
Let’s see what’s in the November/December 2015 Ecocentric Mom “Mom & Baby” Box!
As always, everything was tucked beneath a layer of their signature pink tissue paper.
A look inside.
The 2-sided info card lists all of the items in the box, along with a brief description of each one. Exclusive discounts are also included to use on future purchases.
Babo Botanicals Lavender Meadowsweet 3 in 1 Wash ($2) – I’ve used Babo Botanicals products a few times and I’m definitely a fan. This 3-in-1 product can be used as a bubble bath, shampoo, and body wash. It’s made with plant-based ingredients, is paraben/phthalate-free, and vegan friendly.
Parragon Stroller Book Set ($9.99) – I love these little board books! We had a set for the girls when they were babies that I kept on a shelf in their nursery. These two — “Words” and “Animals” — feature adorable illustrations that almost make me want to keep them for the girls (even though they’re way beyond them). They also have built-in (and removable) velcro straps to attach to your stroller to keep baby occupied on the go.
Angel Face Botanicals Cucumber Depuffer Under-Eye Serum ($24) – If I had a dollar for every eye serum I’ve received in subscription boxes over the past year… It’s a good thing I actually use ’em! This one is all natural and infused with cucumber, aloe vera, & cranberry to hydrate and tone your skin. It also helps to reduce puffiness and lesson the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Bee Naturals Baby Balm ($6.97) – While my girls are needing less and less diapers these days (finally!!), they still wear them at night and occasionally get irritated skin. This all natural balm can be used for not only diaper rash, but also other minor skin irritations as well as chapped skin.
Amara Organic Dried Baby Food in Banana ($1.69) – I feel like I’ve gotten this in just about every Ecocentric Mom box I’ve received. Different flavors, but same basic item. Thankfully, they make great additions to my daily smoothies. 😉
Essence of Vali Sleep Soothing Mist ($24) – I’ve gotten a small vial of this oil blend once before, but I think I used too much and ended up feeling like I was sleeping on a bed of pine needles (scent-wise). Hopefully this diluted mist won’t be quite as strong. It’s made with distilled water, essential oils of lavender flowers, cedar wood, marjoram leaves, and ylang-ylang petals.
Frontier Bites in Macadamia Pineapple Coconut ($1.79) – These healthy snack bites are made with just 8 ingredients: macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds, brown rice syrup, honey, puffed millet, puffed rice, pineapple, and coconut.
See Spot Sing ($9.99) – A voucher for one free month (5 original songs) of See Spot Sing was also included in the box.
I was very impressed by the nice assortment of items in the November/December Ecocentric Mom box. It kinda made me wish they had a “Mom & Toddler” version for older children. 😉 As always, the value of everything way exceeded the cost of the subscription and I received some great natural/eco-friendly products for both myself and my “baby”. Now that Citrus Lane is gone, this is definitely a nice (and more “green”) alternative!
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.