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I discovered another set of wonderful natural products with the March/April Ecocentric Mom Box. If you’ve read my reviews of Ecocentric Mom Boxes, you’ll know that the thing that most impresses me about this subscription service is the VALUE. This month’s box included 11 great products retailing over $50, a $10 off coupon, and a wealth of coupon codes. Check out the Ecocentric Mom Box review for March/April:
March/April Ecocentric Mom Box Contents:
Impatience by Bach Original Flower Remedies ($20) “…for patience when dealing with a day of stress…”
Eco-Friendly Organic Acai Seed Bead Hair Barrette by Terri Jean’s Adornments ($5) Check out this shop for a large assortment of handmade jewelry.
2 Degrees Food Bar ($1.99/bar–not pictured) This delicious bar didn’t make the photo because it had already been devoured. ‘Nuff said.
Treefort Naturals Comfrey Salve($8/2 oz) I really love every product I’ve received from this company. At this posting, the travel-sized tin I received with my Ecocentric Mom box is completely gone, having been used on my son’s eczema. Great stuff.
Brew Leaf Organic Caffeine-Free Roman Provence Rooibos Tea ($6.99/2 oz bag) I’m a HUGE fan of all types of tea, and I’m becoming a bit of a snob about it. This tea from Brew Leaf is clean, smooth, and delightful. I’ll be purchasing more.
Homespun Northwest Oatmeal Grapefruit Face Wash Powder($3.50/travel size) I’m intrigued by this face wash powder; I’ve always heard good things about using grain powders for cleansing the skin.
Bluapple ($9.99/2 pack) This product absorbs ethylene gas, which produce emits as is ripens. Bluapple “prolongs produce freshness,” allowing produce to last “up to three times longer.”
House Blend Organics Coconut Body Wash ($14.95/8 oz). This wash smells like a tropical drink or a bottle of tanning lotion. Just lovely. We used it in our son’s bath and it definitely helped his dry skin.
MarieNatie All-Natural Lip Gloss I’ve been using this gloss every day. It’s not sticky, leaves a gorgeous shine, and I love the natural ingredients and light scent.
Sport Suds Laundry Detergent ($20.95/400g jar) I’m probably most excited about this product, since Hubs and I both go through workout clothing on the daily. If this can get out those locked-in deodorant scents, I’m sold.
ESSIO $10 Gift Card Ten dollars off a purchase from ESSIO, “the world’s first aromatherapy diffuser for the shower.”
How It Works
Ecocentric Mom is an exclusive service! Boxes ship every-other-month (6 times per year), instead of every month. According to Ecocentric Mom, “We feel the additional time between boxes will give you the opportunity to discover & enjoy the products more and to take full advantage of the “exclusive offers” for Ecocentric Mom members.” An every-other-month model makes boxes more affordable for all moms. Ecocentric Mom works hard to curate the very best of the best in each and every box.
I look forward to my box each month; the Ecocentric Mom service is really the best subscription service out there, and the exclusive status means it will continue to be awesome. This would make the perfect gift for that chick in your life who appreciates a really special opportunity. Ecocentric Mom subscriptions are $24/month (every-other-month) and always pay for themselves and then some. You’re getting quality, organic and natural products from brands you can trust.
I’m a member of the Ecocentric Mom Blogger Team, so I receive these boxes gratis. All opinions, of course, are my own! If you’d like to discover more products via my past reviews you can see them all listed HERE.