NOTE: This review was originally published as a Mighty Body review. Whoops! We have made relevant corrections and updated the review.
Mighty Fix is a monthly subscription from Mighty Nest that sends one item designed to help your family lead a healthy lifestyle. Subscriptions cost $10 a month or $99 a year, and products sent will retail for over $10.
US Shipping is free and add-on items ship free, too. 15% of the cost of the subscription will be donated to the school of your choice. FYI – when you subscribe you may receive one of the past items that we’ve reviewed.
This month’s item is packed with cornstarch pieces.
FYI – if you also ordered this subscription in may not have come in a long box – they also sent a replacement item for our last Mighty Fix! I totally love their environmentally conscious shipping practices.
It’s well sealed by The Gripper to prevent liquid leaks.
Everything in the box!
The box comes with an information card.
It contains information about why this month’s featured product is so mighty!
Elemental Herbs All Good Lavender Body Lotion ($15.99) Made with an organic formula, this body lotion promises to nourish and rejuvenate your skin without making it greasy or icky. Ingredients include calendula, which promotes the growth of healthy skin cells, and cocoa butter, which is deeply moisturizing. It’s vegan, non-GMO, and gluten-free too!
Another notable ingredient is rosehip oil, known for its anti-aging properties. You can apply this liberally right after bath for best results. The formula wasn’t heavy on the skin and really helped my dry skin to keep up with the weather. To top it off, the lotion smells so wonderful because of lavender!
This month’s featured body care product is a keeper for me! I have dry skin and I am always on the lookout for hydrating products to help me with my skin concerns. This one didn’t fail me, as it kept my skin smooth and hydrated for a long time. Aside from the fact that it’s effective, I just love knowing that it’s made with safe and natural ingredients too. Mighty Fix costs $10 a month, and it’s not bad because it lets you discover new home products for a low price. My subscription now excludes body items starting with the next month, because I am also subscribing to Mighty Body, so I updated my profile.
What do you think of this month’s Mighty Fix?