Nonabox: May

In the past, I've reviewed Nonabox's December, January, February, March and April editions. Each box seemed to get better and better but when May's box arrived, I must admit that I wasn't blown away.

The box came in its standard sturdy purple box with the contents wrapped in green tissue paper and fastened with a Nonabox sticker.

Inside May's box was:


1. Box Upon a Time Hat & Bib (RRP £6) - These are gorgeous. This is supposed to be a box tailored to my toddler so C wouldn't really get the use out of them. As I am expecting another baby, I'll keep them for her.

2. Berry White Organic Drink (RRP £1.69)

3. Shea Mooti Mama's Everything Body Balm 120ml (RRP £14.99) - This is the highest priced item in the box and I would never dream of spending that sort of money on a cream so it was a lovely little indulgence for me. The balm is meant to moisturise and soften itchy skin so I've been using it on my bump!

4. Aquaint Antibacterial Spray (RRP £2.80) - This is a cleansing water. C still has a dummy and has the tendency of throwing it on the ground when we're out. This has come in very handy to clean it when we aren't at home.

5. MabyLand Baby Wipe Box (RRP £3.99) - I've gone almost 2 years carrying a pack of wipes in my changing bag. I've never felt inconvenience so I don't really see the appeal of a wipe box. I probably won't use this. 

6.  My Name Tags (RRP £4) - I like the idea of these. Name tags to put on your childs' items. The box only included 8 stickers that said 'my baby'. I'd much prefer if they were personalised with your childs' name.

This box totals £33.47 so it is worth more than the box's £25 price tag. I can't argue with that. I just wasn't as excited by these items as I was by items in past boxes.

(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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