Monday, 27 August 2012

Review: Nurture Box

 Nurture Box is a brand new monthly box delivered to your door filled with products for your child and a lovely treat for mum(or dad!).

It came about when Alice and Eddie (awaiting the arrival of their first baby) began looking for baby products. As we all know there is so much out there, it can be hard to know which items to choose for the best. So they decided to set up a monthly box where you receive lovely products that have been tried, tested and recommended by other parents. You won't find products in these boxes where companies have paid to have them included, they are all hand picked by their parenting panel.
These are also age specific so that you receive items that are suitable for your child.
Me and Seb were contacted by Nurture Box recently and asked if we would like to review their first box. I accepted and we eagerly awaited the arrival of our parcel. It arrived last week in a nice sized box and the items inside were wrapped in fab bright orange tissue paper(i'm a sucker for nice presentation!)
The theme of the first box is Happy Holidays and it contained...
  • Green Baby Organic blue and white striped beach towel- gorgeous and soft on the skin
  • Piccalilly reversible sunhat- a lovely soft hat made from organic cotton
  • Green People Organic Sunscreen- a natural product to protect your little person from the sun
  • Organic Mandarin Body Lotion- another natural product with a gorgeous gentle scent perfect for after the bath
  • Green People Travel Cleanser and Moisturiser for me!! 
  • Pamphlet with information on the products and hints and tips to fit in with the theme of the box. I like the idea of the pamphlet, its always good to have extra information on the products you are using. 
We put the towel to use straight away, it came swimming with us, the hat and sunscreen are in the change bag ready to use when the sun makes an appearance, the body lotion is being used to keep Seb's skin supersoft and the cleanser and moisturiser are in my hospital bag ready and waiting. 

I really like the concept of this box, it's a great way to find out about products which parents genuinely love but that you may not have heard of before. If you're anything like me you'll love the idea of receiving something lovely in the post each month, especially when there is a treat inside for yourself too.

To sign up for Nurture Box you simply need to visit the website. Subscriptions are from £19-£22 per month with free postage, the contents in the box are worth between £35 and £45 per month so its great value. You can even sign up to it as a gift for someone else.

My readers are currently being offered a massive 20% discount on any new subscription order*. Just sign up before 1st October and enter Nurture1 when you place your order. 

*Nurture10 offer valid for new subscriptions only. For monthly subscriptions, 20% discount is applied to first month only. Offer not valid for previous purchases. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. Other restrictions apply.

As well as all of this, for each Nurture Box that is sold a meal is donated to a hungry child through United Nations World Food Programme, a worthy cause as i'm sure you'll agree.

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