Ecocentric Mom July 2014 Mom Box (Review)

As part of my partnership with Ecocentric Mom, I receive one of their bimonthly subscription boxes for review. Ecocentric Mom Box for July/August 2014

This is how it works: Ecocentric Mom is a natural/green health/home/beauty product discovery subscription service that gives you three different box options: Mom-to-be, Baby Box, or Mom Box. Boxes ship every-other-month (6 times per year). An every-other-month model makes boxes more affordable for all moms. Ecocentric Mom works hard to pack the very best of the best in each and every box… and they deliver (pun intended)!

I just received the July/August Mom Discovery Box and it was, again, full of products I would never have discovered on my own. It’s a great service to learn about healthier products that can reduce the amount of toxins in your household.

Here’s a look at the great products I received this month:

Cream Foundation from Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques ($27 full size) This SPF 28, lightweight, all-natural foundation is wonderful. It has zinc oxide (for sun protection), certified organic Argan Oil and extracts of green tea, passionflower and raspberry. I never wear foundation but tried it for this review and now I am a big fan of this product!

Before The Flow / After The Flow Herbal Supplement from BIORAY ($58 full size 4 oz bottle) BIORAY, the BIORAY, the Natural Detox CompanyNatural Detox Company, make liquid herbal supplements for adults and children that naturally remove toxins, support immunity and replenish strength and vitality to the body and mind. I’m really excited to try this product.

Lip Balm from Savannah Read ($2.99 per tube) This vegan friendly lip balm is made with natural and organic ingredients and comes in a variety of flavors.

Spices and Tea from The Natural Suburban ($7 “Summer Herb Garden Savory Spice” 6 oz, $9.50 “Need a Little Sunshine in My Day Tea” 20 oz) The Natural Suburban makes handcrafted all-organic spice blends and herbal teas. They are packaged beautifully and taste fantastic!

AROMAFLAGE Botanical Fragrance & Insect Repellent ($3.75 sample size, $30 8 ml) This time of year I am always on the lookout for a safe way to keep my family bite free. This product smells amazing and is free of synthetic fragrances, parabens and sodium larel sulfate.

Body Beanz Dietary Supplement ($57 for a 30 day supply) Most vitamin/supplement brands are synthetic, man made crystalline isolates, not organically whole vitamins you find in real food. They lack the enzymes, phytonutrients & trace minerals your body needs for maximum absorption and bio-availability. In contrast, Body Beanz is a organic and wildcrafted superfood supplement with no synthetic chemicals.

Yogavive Apple Chips ($4.49 40 g bag, chocolate) YUM! These apple chips were SO delicious, I was sad whenYogavive Apple Chips they were gone! They’re made from the highest quality USDA certified organic Fuji apples. They use a two part drying process where they oven bake and then pop the apples so give them a satisfying crunch.

Sample Personalized Cards and Stationary from eInvite (4.96+ per card) eInvite is an online retailer of invitations, announcements, gifts and personalized stationery. They offer a large selection of products that you have the option of customizing through their patented online personalization tool. The cards I received are adorable and I’ve already had an occasion to use one.

Disclosure: I am a part of the Ecocentric Mom Blogger Team and receive bimonthly subscription boxes for review. All the opinions expressed are completely my own. Affiliate links appear in this post.

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