Thursday 10 July 2014

Nonabox - June

I love receiving my Nonabox subscription boxes (you can read my past reviews here). I love the anticipation of what's going to be inside and I'm usually pleasantly surprised. This month's box was no different.

It arrived in it's usual sturdy purple box with the items wrapped in tissue paper.

And inside we have:

1. Advertorial leaflet on Ella's Kitchen's Big Book of Baking with a free Roly Poly cake recipe. I have to be honest and say that I usually stick these types of additions in the recycling bin but C loves strawberries and the recipe looks really yummy so we'll be giving it a try during the summer.

2. Weleda booklet

3. WaterWipes Make Up Removal Wipes (RRP £2.99) - I love the baby wipe version of WaterWipes so I was really pleased to see these. I'm in the midst of packing my hospital bag for when I go into labour so I will definitely be including these.

4. Weleda Calendula Baby Oil (£9.50) - I've heard a lot about the Weleda brand (all positive) so seeing a full sized product was fab. I don't usually use baby oil but I will be trying this out.

5. Ella's Kitchen banana, apricot & baby rice pouch (RRP £0.99)

6. Ella's Kitchen big red one pouch (RRP £0.79) - Although these are 4mth+, C loves sucking on these as a snack when we're out and about so his little face lit up when he saw them.

7. Weleda Nursing Oil (RRP £7.95) - I'd never heard of this oil before but as I'm planning on breastfeeding the baby when she arrives (and the fact that I'm already worried about milk supply due to my last breastfeeding experience) it's sounds great. It claims to stimulate milk supply and can be used from 38 weeks pregnant. I will definitely be using it.

8. Weleda Shampoo & Body Wash (£6.95) - Again, really happy to see a full sized good branded product. 

9. Magic Inkless Print Kit (RRP £11.99) - When C was a newborn, Chris actually used one of these before and got C's footprint on a charm bracelet for me. I think I'll save this to do something similar with the new baby.

This box totals around £41.16 and the Nonabox only costs £25 so this is a fantastic surplus! I am so pleased with every single product that I received.

You can find out more about Nonabox at their website, Facebook and Twitter.

(Disclaimer: I received this box free of charge in exchange for an open and honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)

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