Ecocentric Mom Subscription Box Review – April 2017

Disclosure: I received product in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
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I love subscription boxes, especially those designed specifically with moms in mind. When I heard about Ecocentric Mom and how they curate their boxes to help moms achieve healthier lifestyles, I HAD to try it out, and it surely did not disappoint!

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I received a complimentary April 2017 box from Ecocentric Mom, and I was thoroughly impressed with not only the quantity of goodies I received, but also the QUALITY! I noticed a few brands that I was familiar with, as well as some I never heard of but was excited to discover.

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dr.brite mouth rinse

To start, I received a generous sample size of Dr.Brite’s Cleansing Mouth Rinse with Vitamin C. I’ve been seriously slacking on the dental hygiene lately, but this mouth rinse is just what I needed to get back into the routine. The minty flavor is refreshing without being overwhelming, and my mouth honestly feels super clean after every rinse. I haven’t noticed a whiter smile yet, however – I believe with continued usage, I will.

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essential wipes

Another item I received was these Essential Wipes, which are essential oil bamboo towelettes. All you have to do is add water and unroll the towelette before wiping your face, arms, etc. Since I’ll be pregnant during the scorching summer months (yes…even NYC gets hotter than Hades in August), these towelettes will really come in handy.

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happy mama prenatal oat bar

HappyFamily is one of the brands that I was familiar with, yet I had no idea that they offered prenatal yum-yums! I was kindly sent a Soft-Baked Oat Bar with carrot, raisin and cinnamon that is packed with vital nutrients that will help baby’s brain and eye develop. This oat bar is an ideal snack for pregnant and post-partum moms alike, and it doesn’t taste too bad either! As a matter of fact, it’s pretty good!

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itzy-ritzy-snack-bag

One of my favorite items in my box was this Itzy Ritzy Snack & Everything Bag. It’s the perfect size to safely store all kinds of things, such as pacifiers, a sandwich, crayons, small electronics, and travel-sized toiletries. I personally can’t wait to use this for the baby’s snacks when we’re out and about.

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parakito-mosquito-repellent

Another item that is much-needed for pregnant ladies during the summer is Parakito Mosquito Repellent. While I get bit by waaay more mosquitos down in Tennessee, New York isn’t exempt from those pesky flying nuisances. Getting bit a dozen times on every limb is no fun, particularly when you can’t even bend over or lift up your leg to scratch it.

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south of france

 I’m a sucker for soap, so it’s no wonder that I fell in love with South of France bar soap. I received two different scents – almond gourmande and climbing wild rose, both smell absolutely spectacular. They’re made with organic shea butter that left my skin feeling silky smooth once I stepped out of the shower. I want to get my hands on more!

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st-tropica-coconut-hot-oil-hair-mask

Hair during pregnancy can go one of two ways – you’re either blessed with longer, fuller, healthier locks…or your hair is dull and lifeless. I’m one of the unlucky ones dealing with hair issues during pregnancy. It’s become so difficult to style my hair that I just give up and throw it in a bun. Last night, I tried out St.Tropica Organic Coconut Hot Oil Hair Mask, and I cannot speak highly enough about it. My hair was given back it’s life!

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zahler-prenatal

Last, but not least, April’s Ecocentric Mom box included Zahler Prenatal + DHA supplements. They supplied 10 softgels so you can get the gist of it before purchasing a larger quantity. I’m extremely picky about my prenatals, and unfortunately, these were just too big for me to comfortably continue using throughout the rest of my pregnancy. If you have no problems with bigger pills, this might be an option for you.

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The awesome thing about Ecocentric Mom subscription boxes is that there’s a box for every stage of motherhood – the pregnancy box (what I received), the mom & baby box and the mom box. Regardless of box type, you can expect 5-9 full size products at a minimum retail value of $40.

The Pregnancy Box starts off at $24.99 for monthly plans, but the best value is the 6 month subscription plan at $140.99.

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