Interested in learning more about the Ecocentric Mom Box for pregnant women? Here’s an Ecocentric Mom Box review from a mom expecting twins, who already has five kids.
The older I get, the more I care about the products I put in and on my body. This is even more true when I am pregnant.
For example, when I am pregnant, I try to be that good pregnant momma and avoid things like hot tubs, unheated deli meats, soft cheeses, medicine, and more. I also make sure I take my vitamins every day, get rest, eat somewhat better, and so on.
But, I’m not really all that great about beauty and body products. I don’t know what to try out, nor do I always love the expense of these items.
That’s why I was excited to try out Ecocentric Mom during my current twin pregnancy, even though I am definitely NOT a first-time mom.
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What is Ecocentric Mom?
Every item in the box is free of chemicals and toxins, made by the very best small brands, and matched exactly to your stage of pregnancy or the age of your child.
These boxes are designed for moms or moms-to-be with an interest in being green, living more sustainably, and going toxin-free in all aspects of life – especially when it comes to your family.
Each pregnancy box contains something for you as a mom like lotion, makeup, or other self-care products, an eco-friendly product or two for bump/baby, a “green home care item” for your house, and a snack made without GMOs for you and baby. It’s a mix of healthy stuff!
If you love discovering unique brands and products, value small-batch, organic and handmade products, have been known to scour Etsy, and to #shopsmall in order to find something really special for yourself, or for a gift, this is a subscription box for babies and for moms that is likely right up your alley!
This pregnancy monthly box is great for pregnant moms and their babies and goes up to preschool-aged children.
Ecocentric Mom Box Review
In my first Ecocentric Mom Box I received the following 5 items in my plain brown box:
- Little Luminary Velvet Pregnancy Lotion
- All Good Goop Handcrafted Balm – $13.99
- Sincerely Different Scar & Stretch Salve
- jD Bath Co. Rosey B Organic Glow Oil
- jD Bath Co. Organic Soap
The velvet lotion is pretty nice and smells like peppermint. It goes on thick, but smooth. I haven’t tried out the other products yet, but am excited to give them a whirl, especially the goop balm, as it’s supposed to be so multi-purpose!
Have you ever heard of these companies, by the way? I am new to all of them, but love that they are free of toxins and harmful chemicals.
Cost of EcoCentric Mom Box
The Ecocentric Mom Box is a great way to discover new eco-friendly products that you didn’t know about before and you get to Treat. Yo. Self.
With a subscription, Ecocentric Mom costs between $26-40 per box and they ship to the US and Canada. Shipping is free to US destinations and is $7.00/box for Canadian destinations.
You pay less if you prepay for your subscription. You can choose the subscription length!
- Month-to-month: $39.99
- 3 boxes: $116.97 or $38.99/box
- 6 boxes: 221.94 or $36.99/box
- 12 boxes: $395.88 or $32.99/box
Though delivered monthly you can “skip a shipment” if you want, or buy a trimester pregnancy gift box for someone for $54.99 (1st and 3rd trimesters) or $49.99 (2nd trimester) if you don’t want a subscription.
Use Ecocentric Mom promo code FAGAN10 on Cratejoy for 10% off your order! Ends May 28, 2020!
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