My Ecocentric Mom Box arrived on Saturday just before nap time, so I actually had time to open it before worrying about my little one running away with the contents. I really like my Ecocentric Mom subscription because Ecocentric Mom is a company run by eco-conscientious moms and they often include items that I don’t even realize I need until they arrive. The most you will pay for an Ecocentric Mom subscription is $21 a month, but you can find coupon codes and they discount subscriptions. I pay $18 a month. They offer baby, mom, and mom-to-be boxes. I have tried out the baby and the mom boxes, and this month I got a mom box.
As most of you know, I am a school teacher, so I am just getting over my first cold of the school year. I am so happy that Ecocentric Mom included many different germ fighting products in the September box. The first one is a four-day sample of Allimax garlic capsules. Garlic is a great immune system booster. To keep hands clean there is a container of Eve Organics “Dirty Hands” Hand Sanitizer ($6.95). It is the perfect size to keep in a diaper bag, purse, or desk draw. There are also two 2 oz. containers of Tru All-Natural Multi-Purpose Cleaner ($1.99 each). One is living in my desk at school and the other one has made it home in the diaper bag. I really like that this cleaner is 100% natural (for real), so I put it in the diaper bag to use on tables, high chairs, and toys. The last germ buster in the box is a FruitSpritz by SpritzBlitz ($5.99). It is a spray for fruits and veggies that cleans them without needing water. I am not sure how frequently we will be using this, but it is a neat concept.
This month’s box also has a bunch of pampering products in it. Unlike last month, most of this month’s products are sample size. There are two samples of Eve Organics Balancing Moisturizer and a “travel” size sample of Real Pure Lipstick. I am okay with these two products being sample size because the likely hood of me using either of these items is small. However, there is a great full size lip balm by Bella Organics ($3.50). It is crisp apple and it smells fallish. I am a huge lip balm person and this is made of all natural and organic ingredients.
There are also two bags of Beanfields Bean and Rice Tortilla Chips ($1.49 each) in the box. They are so tasty. My favorite item is a Hang-It-Up Eco Friendly Bamboo Hanger ($9.98). It is not for clothes; it is for scarves and other items that came be slipped though the elastic loops that run along both sides of it. It is perfect for organizing odd-shaped/sized items.
In addition to all these goodies there are three special offers included in the box. Two are discount codes for products and the third is a code for seven free prints from PostalPix ($7.58). I am always taking pictures on my iPhone, so I will be using this deal soon.
Ecocentric Mom once again did a great job picking items for their mom box. I am signed up to get an Ecocentric Mom baby mystery box and a mom mystery box next week, so I will keep you all posted. If you are interested in Ecocentric Mom you can find them at http://www.ecocentricmom.com.