I love receiving our Nonabox deliveries each month. Have you heard of Nanobox yet? It’s a subscription service that follows you through pregnancy and until your baby turns two. Each box is tailored to your stage in pregnancy or your baby’s age and costs a maximum of £25 per month including delivery – this gets cheaper if you subscribe for a longer period up front.
The Nonabox review boxes that we are sent showcase the brands that Nonabox offer rather than being tailored to us as a family and are usually a really good way to get an insight into the Nonabox concept. This month’s box arrived in the lovely Nonabox packaging and gift box. Inside there was:
- Cloud B Lavender Sheep Pillow – RRP £16
- Childs Farm Bath and Body Wash 50ml – Sample Size, no RRP available.
- Palmers Skin Therapy Oil – RRP £9.99
- 5 x Ella’s Kitchen Orange Ones – RRP £3.25
- Ella’s Kitchen Mangoes, Mangoes, Mangoes – RRP £0.79
- Ella’s Kitchen Raisin and Prune Baby Brekkie – RRP £1.09
- Ella’s Kitchen Bananas, Blueberries and Baby Rice – RRP £0.99
This month’s box was very baby food heavy and it didn’t feel like it had that much in it because of this. A wider variety of products would have been better but most boxes are usually a lot more varied than this month’s box. It’s also a shame that the Childs Farm was a sample size product as the standard 100ml product would have fit in the box and only costs £2.50, this would have felt like we were getting a bit more than having a sample product included.
Overall the brands included in the box are all fantastic quality and ones I am aware of from previous Nonabox boxes and having bought products from the brands myself in the past. I think this would have been a great box if the variety in it had been better but even so I am in no way disappointed. I love the Nonabox concept and getting a box of surprise to my door every month and the value is always more than the subscription price.
Disclosure: We were sent the above products for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.