Try Healthy, Natural Products with Ecocentric Mom


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Let’s face it, there are lots of intriguing eco, health and wellness products out there but you’re not likely to try them unless they’ve been recommended to you in some way – either through a friend, a magazine or a blog. Am I right?

So a subscription box might be the perfect solution. Plus who doesn’t love to get a box full of surprises delivered to your door every once in a while?

Bi-Monthly Subscription Box

Note: I am a member of the Ecocentric Mom affiliate program and will receive a commission if you purchase a subscription through my link. Thank you!

When you join Ecocentric Mom you get a box full of intriguing new natural products to try, ranging from personal care to food to supplements to useful home goods. The cost is reasonable ($24/box) plus you get coupons and discount codes should you decide to purchase more of a product. Ecocentric Mom boxes are delivered every other month – or 6 times per year. Choose from the Mom Box, the Pregnancy Box or the Mom & Baby Box.

A peek inside the September/October box

This particular box isn’t available anymore – but it gives you an idea of the types of products you might receive in your own box. Some of the sweet product discounts are still valid though – so be sure to read the descriptions below!

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BioRay – Following Traditional Chinese Medicine principles, After the Flow herbal supplement nourishes and strengthens the blood and body after a woman’s menstrual cycle. Regular users note improvement of absentmindedness – now that’s something I could use! DISCOUNT: Use code ecocentricmom for $10 off through Dec 31, 2014

Eco Ditty – One can never have too many reusable sandwich and snack bags. I happen to love this particular organic cotton fabric – I even made my own pillowcases out of it! DISCOUNT: 20% off entire order – use code ECOCENTRIC at check out. Valid through Nov. 15th, 2014.

Jillian Wright Skincare – Breakout Buster. a non-irritating, non-drying clarifying serum that helps reduce redness and fight acne for those with congested, inflamed, oily, or problematic skin. I used it under my daily moisturizer.

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7th Heaven – Who doesn’t love a mud mask? This Miracle Mud deep pore cleansing mask made with mud from the dead sea, goes on thick and creamy but as it dries you can just feel it pulling toxins out of your skin. DISCOUNT: Use code ECOMOM2 for a 20% discount until 12/31/14.

Bioterra Herbs – This clean & honest herbal dietary supplement will help you get some zzzzzz’s naturally. Non-GMO Project verified, naturally gluten-free and vegan. DISCOUNT: 15% off order using code ecocentricmom valid through 11/20/14.

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Arora Creations – Prepare healthy, delicious Indian dishes in minutes with these authentic Indian spice blends from Arora Creations. Certified USDA Organic, low in sodium and 100% vegetarian.

PureProC Silk Skincare – Silk protein delivers nourishing, natural ingredients to the skin, without synthetic fillers or chemical additives. Samples included Silk Smoothing Gel and Silk Hydrating Serum.

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WooBamboo – Unlike plastic toothbrushes, these toothbrushes made with eco-friendly bamboo will biodegrade in the landfill (and the nylon bristles can be recycled if you pull them out).  My son snagged this one – now I need to buy one for myself! DISCOUNT: 20% off using code ECOCENTRIC at checkout – valid through 12/31/14.

Annie’s Organic Cheddar Snack Mix – Bunny shaped, certified organic snacks? Yes please! Individual snack packs are great for on-the-go but this healthy mix is available in larger boxes too.

Ready to sign up? I think you deserve it! An Ecocentric Mom subscription would make a great gift too. Sign up here and you can  cross a gift or two off your list!

Have you joined the subscription box movement yet?

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(Disclosure: I received a free Ecocentric Mom box in exchange for my honest opinion.)

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