I love receiving monthly subscription boxes and have now tried out quite a few. If you're toying with the idea of subscribing to one, click on the links to check out my reviews first. Plus, you can use my promotional codes to get a discount! P.S. I haven't been compensated for any of these reviews. I just write about them as a service to readers of my blog who might be interested in trying out some of these products. I paid for all of them with my own money. 

                                                                      Julep Maven

Julep Maven is a monthly subscription box that sends you nail polish and other nail care products from the Seattle-based company Julep. You take a style quiz when you join and they tailor your box's contents based on your style profile. The program sends you an e-mail previewing your upcoming Julep Maven Box on the 20th of each month. Love what they've chosen for you? Do nothing and your box is on its way. Want to try a new style, send your box to a friend or skip the month (and the bill)? Just log into your account between the 20th and the 24th to submit your request. They ship boxes on the 27th of the month. I love Julep! You can also check out my review of my first monthly box here


Wittlebee is a monthly subscription service that puts your children's clothing on autopilot. You receive a certain number of clothing items per month (currently six) for $39.99. I have only received one box so far, so I'm reserving my final judgment on Wittlebee until I get a couple more boxes. My first box was a bit of a disappointment, but I have a feeling after leaving more detailed notes for my stylist this time that my next box will be better. Update: I have received two more boxes from Wittlebee and I don't think I will continue this service because I have not received many items that I've been really happy with. 

Citrus Lane

Citrus Lane is a monthly subscription box that introduces mothers of children ages newborn to 3 to new products. The boxes are tailored to your child's age and gender and include four to five full-size items per month along with promotional codes for many of the companies whose products are inside the box. I am impressed! If you want to give it a try, click the link on the right side of my blog and use my promo code! 

Conscious Box

Conscious Box is a monthly subscription box  that introduces customers to green, eco-friendly, and sustainable products. For $19 a month, customers receive tons of samples each month, including foods, beauty products, cleaning products, and more. This box comes packed! Check out my most recent review of Conscious Box here.

For the Makers is a monthly subscription box for craft lovers. Sign up and every month you’ll receive supplies for several craft projects. For $29, they source the materials for four crafts and deliver them to your door, letting you skip straight to the fun part: crafting! Then go to their website to see walkthroughs (including a multitude of step-by-step photos) for each project.

Umba Box

Umba Box is a monthly curated box of handmade items. Each month you receive between one and three homemade goods for $25, plus $5 for shipping (on the month-by-month plan). If you order a six-month subscription, you will get free shipping. A year subscription saves you subscription costs and the cost of one box. They have offered a special edition Mother's Day Box three month subscription and may have similar offers in the future. Boxes typically include jewelry, stationary, accessories, and bath products. Each box also includes a note introducing the artists who made the products in the box.

The Honest Company

The Honest Company is your trusted source for safe, natural, non-toxic, eco-friendly baby diapers and biodegradable wipes, organic bath/skin care and green cleaning products. They offer a monthly subscription service to receive all of your necessities on a monthly basis so you don't have to think or worry about it!