LittleEcoFootprint is a monthly subscription box that delivers hand-picked boxes filled with safe, non-toxic and eco-friendly products delivered to your doorstep. Every month you will receive a box with at least 5 high quality products recommended and reviewed by real moms. Products will range from cosmetics, personal care and wellness, organic foods, safe and non-toxic toys, natural home care and eco-living.
Cost: $29 / month
This subscription box is one of the few mom and baby boxes available to Canadians and I always look forward to receiving and reviewing it.
Bunchafarmers - Stain Remover
This potent and highly effective stain remover is made with all-natural, biodegradable ingredients and enhanced with borax to soften the water and aid the cleaning process. I believe I received in my very first LittleEcoFootprint box and was excited to try this considering it's such an eco-friendly product and I have a slight obsession with clean clothes. I found this worked alright, but it doesn't work on all tough stains, so this is something I could've done without.
Eucalan - Fine Fabric and Wool Wash
$5 / 3.3 fl oz
A convenient fine fabric wash which apparently you don't need to rinse out. Another repeat product. Don't get me wrong, I like this product, but seeing two repeat products in the box has me slightly disappointed. Show me something new, show me something different!
The Harminca Pocket - Apple Apple
A tender, melodic singer-songwriter album for families with kids. Winner of a Parents' Choice Gold Award. My boys love music! We always have a lot of fun singing and dancing, so the more music the better.
GAIA - Bath & Body Wash
$5.20 / 50 ml
This bath & body wash cares for baby's skin with gentle coconut derived cleansing agents, certified organic sweet orange pure essential oil and skin softening organic oils to keep your baby's skin soft, smooth and fresh. It has a very light scent and I'm always happy to try body washes of this type for my children.
Who Said Boo? - Little Simon
A silly mystery lift-the-flap book that's perfect for this time of year! I've come to realize you can usually expect to see a book in LittleEcoFootprint and they're always cute and fun.
I wish I had a more positive review to give since I really appreciate this subscription box, but it fell short for me. Two repeat products and essentially nothing new and different, I found this box a tad boring. Useful products, yes, but I'm not impressed with all the contents . However, I suppose if this were your first box from them you couldn't complain, so on that note it's a decent box from LittleEcoFootprint. Do you subscribe to LittleFootPrint? What do you think of this subscription box?