Ecocentric Mom January 2018 Subscription Box Review + Coupon

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Ecocentric Mom is a monthly subscription box that delivers curated goodies for mom & baby – or pregnancy or mom & toddler or just mom! Each month you will receive 5 full size / lifestyle products perfect for a green & gorgeous lifestyle with a mix of practical and pampering and a mix of items. Depending on your box type, your product categories will include beauty, bath, home, pregnancy/baby care, wellness, snack and lifestyle accessories.

The theme for January 2018 is 2018 Fresh Start Collection.

DEALUse code 5HELLO to get $5 off your first month. Also applies to gift subscriptions.

This box is packed!

Everything in my box! All products in Ecocentric Mom boxes are eco-conscious. They may include products for one’s home, health, beauty, and baby.

Saffron Road Chickbean Crisps In Sea Salt ($3.93) Yay for baked snacks! These chickbean crisps are much healthier than fried snacks, but just as crunchy and tasty. They are gluten-free and non-GMO too.

Ingredients include milled chick peas and real vegetables bits that you can actually see baked in the crisps. These crisps are full of flavor, and I think it would be great with dips and cheeses.

Saffron Road Crunchy Chick Peas In Sea Salt ($1.59) We received another yummy sea salt flavored snack in the box! These crunchy chickpeas are low-fat, high-protein and gluten-free, making for a healthier alternative to popcorn.

The chickpeas used in this snack are organic, while its saffron flavor is just so addicting. It has the right crunch with a spice that bursts in the mouth!

There is also a coupon for $1 discount on any Saffron Road snack product.

Loba Mane Color Vibrante Transformative Mask ($10) Ideal for dry and damaged hair, this formula is packed with coconut, buriti, tucuma, argan and avocado that helps in bringing the tresses back to its healthy state.

It works best with wet hair. The smooth and creamy mask should be massaged from roots to ends and then left for 3-10 minutes before rinsing. It doesn’t just prevent breakage and split ends, it leaves the hair smooth and shiny too!

Z Skin Age Defying Face Lift Lotion ($21) This anti-aging face lotion with SPF 45 is 100% organic, all natural and vegan. It makes the skin feel firmer and tighter as it also leaves a youthful glow, and I totally understand why it is called face lift in a bottle! Ingredients include cinnamon, hibiscus, almond, avocado, baobab, and moringa.

Nature’s Baby Organics Conditioner & Detangler ($9.07) Both mommy and baby can use this conditioner to keep the hair smooth and moisturized for easy combing. You can leave it in or rinse it out, plus it doesn’t have any synthetic chemicals nor does it borrow ingredients from animals. It is scented with vanilla tangerine, which is just so refreshing!

Puracy Natural Washroom Spray ($9.99) Lavender and vanilla are great in removing bad odors and this spray proves that! You can spray it on the toilet 4-6 times, do your business, and then flush without worrying about leaving a bad smell for the next person who will use the washroom. It’s pretty effective, plus it doesn’t contain any harsh chemicals or sulfates. It’s also safe to use with any brand or type of toilet as it’s biodegradable and septic-safe.

Yorba Organics Surface Sanitizer ($9.95) This natural surface sanitizer is useful for removing germs and disinfecting without all the harsh chemicals. It can be used at home, in the car, and you can even bring it during travels. It smells fresh, thanks to aloe vera extract!

Ecocentric Mom is a great subscription for moms, as they deliver both treats and practical items in every box. I love trying out organic and natural products, so this is definitely a win for me. Also, I can’t get enough of the snacks they sent me this month! The rest of the items are highly usable, my favorite is definitely the washroom spray and the hair mask!

Have you tried Ecocentric Mom? What do you think about the box?

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