ePantry is an eco-friendly subscription service that allows you to quickly pick your favorite high quality cleaning and household supplies and set up a customized schedule for their shipment to you. If you’re like me, you hate shopping for cleaning and healthcare products at the grocery store (it’s just too much!). I love this service because I can do all “that” shopping not at the store.
You’ll pay the cost of the products (you can see the details on every product on the ePantry site), plus a $2.99 shipping charge. They carbon-offset all their shipping, too! I select new products every month, in part because we have varying needs and they are a growing company and adding new products, but also because we posts reviews – we like to show you what’s there. You’ll notice that some products are the same every month and some are new, but we use everything we purchase. ePantry has an automatic shipment feature plus a system to calculate exactly how much you need.
For $39.99 you can join the VIP program and get free shipping for the year plus a free gift every quarter. This quarter I received a lip balm (which I reviewed here!).
ePantry is a B corporation and they carbon offset all their shipping and uses recycled materials wherever possible. We love that everything is packaged to ensure it doesn’t leak. When you start with ePantry all you need to do is take a super quick quiz so they can create a suggested bundle for you, but you can customize it as much as you’d like.
ePantry carries a variety of brands including Method, Mrs. Meyers, Seventh Generation, Preserve, and more. They just added Dr. Bronner’s products, more on that below.
Seventh Generation Overnight Diapers
Yes to Baby Carrots Shampoo & Body Wash
Dr. Bronner’s Baby Castile Soap
Bobble Water Bottle.
I wanted to try out these diapers (I don’t think they’re any better than the Honest regular diapers!) and this was a good way to pick up a pack (you have to buy 4 packs on Amazon). I’ll stick with Honest diapers, just wanted to test them out!
My bonus gift for the VIP program was the lip balm. I do really like the formulation of it.
I was really excited about this Bobble water bottle. I have to drink filtered water because the taste drives me crazy if I don’t! I mistakenly picked up the filters last time and no bottle, so I was happy for my delivery. I am keeping it in my office and now I don’t have to go downstairs to refill. And it tastes great!
I didn’t care for the smell of the baby wash we’ve been using, so I got more of this. One of the plusses – my big kids can’t spill it all over the place! And I love the smell.
The Dr. Bronner’s is “baby” because it’s totally unscented and replaces it with double the olive oil. FYI – Castile soap is not tear-free and can be extremely drying, so I wouldn’t actually use this to wash a baby. Dr. Bronner’s is also a concentrated soap and needs diluted. I will probably use this for a household soap, because I’m just a little uncertain about using it on other things. Castile soap seems very complicated to me but they have it now if it’s something you’re interested in. I thought I would check it out!
All the prices have been very reasonable and most are below MSRP and it makes our lives a lot easier.
Visit ePantry to check it out and personalize your own subscription, or see all our ePantry Reviews. FYI you can get a free $10 credit plus a free Mrs. Meyer’s hand soap when you sign up. Find more Home & Household subscription boxes in the directory.
The Description: Flexible household product subscription service. Choose from Method, Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day, Seventh Generation cleaning products and add on TP, paper towels, and trash bags.
The Price: Varies
The Coupon: Get $10 off your first order when you sign up plus a free bonus item! Use this link to activate!