June 2018 Mommy Mailbox review time!
If you haven’t heard, Mommy Mailbox is a monthly subscription box filled with gifts to uplift and reward hardworking moms. Each box will be curated by a different guest blogger, who shares a piece of her style with you by featuring her favorite products. Items can include fashion accessories, gourmet food, fitness products, art, home décor, beauty items, and more. Every box will contain 4-6 items with an average retail value between $55-85.
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Let’s see what’s in the June 2018 Mommy Mailbox box!
Everything was shipped in a white box with the Mommy Mailbox logo on top.
A peek inside!
June’s box theme was “Unwind” and it was curated by Lindsey Willson, a food allergy advocate from Colorado.
An info card listed all of the items in the box, along with brief descriptions for each one.
This white ceramic candle holder features a shiny gold interior that reflects light beautifully when in use. It measures approximately 3.5″ x 3.5″ x 2.5″ and fits a small votive nicely. Mommy Mailbox even included a citronella candle so you can enjoy your holder right away, indoors or out.
HomArt Matches (~$3)
What a pretty box of matches! — The box itself is printed with an eye-catching blue agate design and inside are roughly fifty 4-inch matches with teal-colored tips. I burn candles daily, so these will certainly come in handy. 🙂
Henlie Agate Necklace ($38)
More agate! This 18-inch gold-plated necklace is adorned with a genuine agate slice. Its edges are also dipped in 14k gold and since it comes from nature, no two necklaces will be exactly the same. I personally would have preferred the silver version (available on their website), but this one is lovely nonetheless.
Makeup blenders are everywhere these days. Unlike the sponge variety, this one is made from silicone — making it easier to clean. To use, just place your makeup/skincare product onto the blender, dab onto your face, then blend outward in circular motions.