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Calendar March 19, 2014 03/19/14 AuthorBy Subscription Box Mom Comments 1 Comment 1

Citrus Lane March 2014 – 2 Year Old Boy – Get Your 1st Box for $9.00

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I was really excited for my son’s Citrus Lane March 2014 box for my 2 year old boy.  I knew some of the items that could be in the box, because I found some great spoilers this month.  Citrus Lane sends 4-5 products for children from newborn to age five at $29.00 a month.  You can get discounts for buying longer subscription too.  For a limited time, I received a code get your first box for only $9.00!  That is an amazing deal and this code won’t work for long.  Just click HERE and use the the code SPRING20 to get your box for $9.00.

The Details:

Cost: Month to Month $29.00, 3 month subscription $24.00/mo,                                                 6 month subscription $21.00/mo, 1 year $19.00/mo

Coupons: Get your 1st box for $9.00 by clicking HERE and using the code SPRING20

For current or new customers who want a 3, 6, 12 plan:  Click HERE and use the code Mobile20 for $20.00 off your plan!

When am I charged? 1st week of the month

When will I get my box?  Boxes usually arrive between the 17-24th of the month

How do I cancel?  Click HERE to go to the cancellation form.

Website:  www.citruslane.com

Citrus Lane March 2014 2 Year Old Boy Subscription Box Review

Citrus Lane March 2014 2 Year Old Boy Subscription Box Review

Citrus Lane ships USPS, however Fedex took my box on the first half of it’s journey this month.

First Look

First Look

Every month, Citrus Lane offers some add ons that you can add to your box, without paying shipping.  I chose to get the Little Lamb board book.  It has a cute little sheep puppet inside.

Information Card

Information Card

 Citrus Lane always includes and information sheet with details of each product, along with discount codes.  There are also letters at the top.  These can be cut out and practiced with your child.  This month, the letters are L and S.

Medi Buddy

Medi Buddy

Medi Buddy First AId Kit to Go: $5.99: This includes (15) 3/4″ X 3″ assorted kid-friendly bandages, (1) 3″ knee & elbow bandage, (1) sting relief pad, (1) burn relief cream, (3) 5″ X 8″ antiseptic wipes (sting free), (1) burn relief cream, (4) 2″ X 2″ gauze pads (2-two packs) (2) antibiotic ointments, (12) kid-friendly fun stickers, and (1) carry anywhere case.

I  am putting this in the diaper bag for accidents.  I am quite clumsy, so it may be for me.  My little boys rarely need a band aid.

Eco Kids Eco Dough

Eco Kids Eco Dough

Eco Kids Eco Dough $6.20:  Eco-dough is an all natural alternative. It is made with plant, fruit and veggie extracts. No chemicals, artificial dyes or metals. The containers are made from cornstarch and 100% compostable. Also it doesn’t dry out like name brands. If it’s left out overnight just add a few drops of olive oil and it comes right back.

This dough is really soft and it doesn’t have a strong play dough like smell.  I also love that it doesn’t dry out!  This should last a long time in this house.

Petit Collage Beginner Puzzle Safari Babies

Petit Collage Beginner Puzzle Safari Babies

 Petit Collage Beginner Puzzle Safari Babies: $13.00 Progressive puzzles grow with kids. As preschoolers master the 3 piece puzzle, they then progress to the 4 piece, 5 piece and 6 piece puzzles. Four puzzles included in each set. Easy slide box allows for quick clean-up. Packaging and box made with 80-percent recycled content. Printed with vegetable based inks.

When I first saw this, I thought it looked too complicated for T.  Now that I realize that it is a set of progressive puzzles, I love it even more!  You child starts with the 3 piece puzzle and then works up to the 6 piece!

Weleda  Citrus Hydrating Body Lotion

Weleda Citrus Hydrating Body Lotion

Weleda Citrus Hydrating Body Lotion 6.8 OZ: $13.20: Citrus hydrating body lotion invigorates the skin and provides intensive moisture. Made with 88% organic ingredients including organic coconut oil, organic sesame seed oil and organic aloe leaf juice as well as organic lemons from Sicily, theis hydrating lotion will intensively moisturize and hydrate the skin, leaving it soft and supple. The zesty fragrance will awaken the senses and spirit.

This comes out in a pump and isn’t a super thick lotion, but it keeps my skin soft.  I love the citrus smell, but a little goes alone way.  If you use too much of this, you may smell like a lemon!

Citrus Lane March 2014 2 Year Old

Citrus Lane March 2014 2 Year Old

Final Thought: The total value of this box was $38.39.  The box is $29.00, so this isn’t a huge value, but I love everything in the box.  I know T will love the Eco Dough the most.  I loved the lotion the most.  Our family loves Citrus Lane and we get some great items in it.  If you want to try Citrus Lane, you can get your first box for $9.00!  Just click HERE and use the the code SPRING20.

To Get This Deal

1.  Click HERE.  Note: You will see a screen to save $10.00.  Just click “GET A BOX”.  The special coupon will save you $20.00.

2.  Choose your plan: 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, or 1 year.

3.  Fill out the details of your child.  When it is time to enter your payment information, Click to enter a promo code, and enter SPRING20

4.  Complete your order.  If you chose the 1 Month option, your first box will be $9.00!!

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1 Comment(s)

  1. Lana, March 19, 2014:

    I got almost the same box, and its for a 3 year old! Except instead of the lotion, I got sanitizing wipes, value $4.99. I am a bit dissapointed in this month, value wise. I wonder why the 2 and 3 year old boxes are the same…have you seen that before?