Mommy Mailbox is a women’s lifestyle subscription box with 3-5 surprise items. Although the name is catchy – it’s really not limited to moms at all.
Each monthly Mommy Mailbox edition has been curated by a different guest blogger – this month it was curated by Angelica Castaneda!
DEAL: Take $5 off the first box with a month-to-month subscription Use coupon code HELLO5.
The information card gives bite-sized details on each item in the box!
Everything in the January Box!
Henlie Statement Necklace
I love when Mommy Mailbox sends a statement necklace!
I think this is a great pick for seasoned statement necklace wearers and newbies too!
Sailor Paper Company Coasters
Coasters are one of my favorite items to receive in a subscription box. These were packaged so prettily!
And the coasters themselves are gorgeous! I love all the patterns and designs. They are relatively thin and won’t last forever, but they’re super fun.
Sugar Dunk MiniDunk Sampler ($25) These minis are the cutest little scrubs ever and look good enough to eat!
Moon Salt, Pretty ‘N’ Pink, Morning Glory, Mud Pie. They each have a different delicious scent and are made with turbinado and muscovado sugars, essential oils, shea butter, and coconut oil (exact ingredients depend on the scrub!). And then of course, there’s 1 salt scrub with dead sea salt. I thought this mini sampler was so much fun and really a great item for exfoliating and pampering dry and sad winter skin.
Rabbit Creek Gourmet Caramel Apple Cheeseball Mix ($4.10) Just add cream cheese!
I couldn’t resist this one, and it’s super delicious. If you’re not entertaining you can also use it as a delicious bagel spread!
Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques Highlighter ($11 full-size) This highlighter is amazing – all natural and nearly all organic, it came in the neutral “glow” for a creamy highlighter finish.
The highlighter is buildable and blendable, plus it has vitamin C, argan oil, and jojoba to refresh and moisturize your skin.
I loved all the items in this month’s box and they all went along great with the “entertain” theme – which I thought was a bit odd for a January box, but these would be great Valentine’s (or Galentine’s) prep items, so then it made sense to me. I couldn’t get an exact retail value for this box but I estimate it around $75+!
What do you think of Mommy Mailbox for this month?!