Ecocentric Mom November 2015 Review
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Ecocentric Mom is an eco-friendly subscription just for moms. Boxes are $24.95/month and you choose between three boxes when you sign up, pregnancy, mom, mom and baby box and the mom box. Regardless of the box you choose, every box contains 5-9 deluxe eco-friendly products.
Pregnancy box is for mom expecting a baby. The mom and baby box is best for moms of a newborn through 18 months. If you child is a little older, the mom box is great for mom of children up through age 13. The nice thing about Ecocentric Mom is you can switch between boxes in your account. You can also choose to get your box monthly, or bimonthly.
Cost: $24.94/month or bimonthly, $23.50/month for 3 months, $23.00/month for 6 months, $22.00/month for 12 months.
What’s in the box. Choose between the pregnancy box, mom & baby box and the mom box, then you will get 5-9 deluxe eco-friendly products.
Ecocentric Mom ships in a brown box and ships by USPS.
There was a colorful two-sided information card with a list of everything in the box, the retail value and a description of what’s in the box.
This is the back of the information card.
Essence of Vali Sleep Soothing Mist & Sleep Concentrate Mini $8.50 (2 oz spray), $1.00 ( .02 oz vile) These products are all natural and made with lavender flowers, marjoram leaves, cedar wood , ylang/ylang petals and distilled water. The lavender really stands out, which is my favorite scent. You can put this on your pillow case or a tissue by your pillow to help you sleep.
Eir NYC Fresh EIR & Uplifting Butter $20.00 (2 oz spray), $10.00 (.5 oz tin) These products were made for a man or woman. There are a variety of scents in each, but you can mainly smell the coffee oil and rosemary. The spray can be used as a deodorant and the butter can be used as a hand sanitizer or on your sports gear to eliminate odor. I am going to save this for my yoga mat and free weights. The butter can also fight cellulite, water retention and improve circulation
Loqi Tote Bag $10.90 I love tote bags, the more the merrier. The nice thing about this bag is it fits in this little pouch. The company’s slogan is “Strong like a man, loyal like a dog, eco-friendly, chemical-free, long lasting, washable. And extremely good looking.”
This is the tote bag, very roomy. There is also a little snap on the side of the bag for your keys or maybe some hand sanitizer.
The Dandy Cat Apothecary Tonic No. 2 $2.00 This is a mix of 100% naturally derived vegetable, fruit, plant oils. You can use this to clean, moisturize and cleanse your face. You can even use it on your body for added moisture.
Christophe Pourny Studio Cutting Board Tonic $2.75 This cleans and moisturizes your wooden surfaces in your kitchen. You don’t have to worry about the ingredients, because the tonic is made with food safe ingredients.
Frontier Snack Bites $1.79 These little granola bites are made with macadamia nut, pineapple and my dreaded coconut. This is pretty healthy since it’s made with natural ingredients, but I will end up giving it to my dad.
Sliced Tigernut Raw Snacks $I.20 had never heard of a tigernut before this box. They have as much iron as red meat and as much potassium as coconut water. The nut has a nice meaty texture with a slightly sweet taste.
Speakaboos Digital Storybook subscription $4.99 Ecomom included a 1 month subscription to Speakaboos, which is a digital book subscription for kids. My 6 year has an ipod and this will be a great new app to try out.
Final Thought: This box had a total value of $63.13. This box was really packed with some great products. I have received a couple of boxes now and I am really impressed with Ecocentric Mom! If you want to subscribe, use this link to check them out.
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