As part of my partnership with Ecocentric Mom, I receive one of their monthly subscription boxes for review. It’s so amazing getting this box in the mail every month. I just received the August Mom Discovery Box and it was full of great products that I had never tried before. It seriously seems like these boxes are more incredible every month. How do they do it?
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Here’s what was in this month’s box:
Pure + Remedy Gentle Hydrating Facial Moisturizer & Vitamin C Concentrate Facial Moisturizer ($3.50-$4 for travel size, $20-$24 for full size) Safe, non-toxic holistic skin care. The gentle hydrating moisturizer promises to provide long-lasting hydration and the Vitamin C moisturizer is supposed to reduce age spots and skin blotches. Magic in a bottle.
Possum Hollow Farm Soap ($5.50 full size bar) I’m a soap lover from way back and, I have to tell you, I couldn’t get enough of this soap. It smells like heaven and is very moisturizing. The heavenly soap is hand made in small batches by a family-owned business, Possum Hollow Farm Soaps are all natural and developed to be gentle on all skin types.
Suncoat Sugar Based Natural Mascara ($14.99 full size) and Suncoat Girl Nail Polish ($8.99) If you’re looking for a mascara free of synthetics, fragrance, parabens and alcohol, look no further. It’s non-toxic and works! The nail polish is the first water-based ordorless eco-friendly, peelaway polish featuring natural colors and mineral pigments instead of synthetics. My favorite part, no nail polish remover needed and my girls love it!
Moontime Tea’s Organic Fertility Blend ($19.99 for 30 tea bags) Red raspberry, nettles, red clover and peppermint (all organic) blended into a caffeine-free tea that has been used since ancient time to support reproductive function.
ips All Natural Chips ($1.59-$1.99 per bag) The world’s first snack chips made with egg white protein. A combination of non-GMO corn, egg whites, and other natural ingredients, these crunchy chips have 7 grams of protein per serving, half the fat of fried chips and fewer carbs than baked chips. They are also gluten-free. The family favorite was the aged white cheddar.
Untrash Compostable Bags ($4.99-$6.99 per box, $24.99 for a Compost Can) Untrash’s mission is to rid the world of plastics and unnecessary waste with YOU and Mother Nature in mind. These bags are really awesome!
Truebar by Bakery on Main ($1.89 per bar) Gluten-free, non-GMO, kosher, dairy and casein-free, these bars have nothing to hide. Made with low-glycemic ingredients and 5% chia seeds, these are a great bar to stick in your bag for a mid-day snack. Yum!
MacroLife Naturals Coco Greens and Berri Reds Nutrient Rich Super-Foods ($22.99 7oz 32-Day canister) A powdered supplement you can mix into milk or water for children’s supplementation. This products is full of vitamins and probiotics and doesn’t contain common allergens or other harsh ingredients.
$10 Gift Card for The Keeper or The Moon Cup – Innovative internal feminine hygiene products.
$5 Instagrad Gift – A college savings plan for your kids that is easy to share with family and friends.
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Disclosure: I am a part of the Ecocentric Mom Blogger Team and receive monthly subscription boxes for review. All the opinions expressed are completely my own. Affiliate links appear in this post.