Mommy Mailbox Review, June 2017

Mommy Mailbox, $33.95 per month (free shipping to US; add $10.50 for shipping to Canada)

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These little buns just keep growing and growing! She won't fit in this box next month!

Mommy Mailbox is a monthly box of beauty products, home goods, and snacks.  Don't let the name scare you away -- this isn't just for moms!  The box reminds me a little bit of PopSugar in that it's more of a lifestyle box than a beauty box.  Each month, Mommy Mailbox has a different mom blogger curate the box.  All subscribers receive the same products

Mommy Mailbox sent me this box free of charge for review.

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Here's what came in the June Mommy Mailbox:

The June box was worth about $71.90.  I couldn't find the exact same beach coverup on La Leela's website, so I estimated the value by looking at the prices of similar products they sell.  I also couldn't find the luggage tag online as it was a Mommy Mailbox exclusive, so I estimated its value also.  I'm really happy with the value of the box!  We got a good mix of products.  This month's theme was Vacation and the curator was Lisa Fitch, who has a blog called That's So Darling.  

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First up, we have the La Leela Beach Coverup.  I couldn't find this particular coverup on the La Leela website, so it's possible this style was made exclusively for Mommy Mailbox.  The color is a pretty royal blue.  This has cute little pearl buttons on it.  It's made of polyester and it's somewhat transparent.  I wasn't sure what I thought of the design at first, but I liked it a lot when I wore it at the beach.  It's lightweight and dries quickly.

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Modish Polish in Malibu Sunset is such a gorgeous color!  It's a fun, sunny pale yellow, perfect for the summer!  This is the second bottle of Modish Polish I've gotten and I'm a fan.  The formula is vegan, cruelty-free, and 5-free.  It held up for a few days without chipping, which is really good for me.  

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We also got a luggage tag to go along with the vacation theme.  This is a good, sturdy tag.  It's something a little different that you don't see in boxes often.  

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I wasn't sure what I thought of the lariat necklace trend at first, but, now that I've gotten a few from boxes, I really like it.  The chain is delicate and pretty.  I recommend looping the end around the hoop to keep it from moving around too much when you wear it. 

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Swatch of LaRitzy Cosmetics Lip Pencil in Bare

Swatch of LaRitzy Cosmetics Lip Pencil in Bare

LaRitzy used to be a regular subscription box, but, last year, they started their own cosmetics company.  It doesn't look like they put out a subscription box anymore.  I've liked the LaRitzy products I've tried.  The lip pencil has great pigment, holds up all day, and keeps my lipstick from feathering.  I prefer clear lip liners, so I won't get too much use out of this, but I will use it on occasion when I want a colorful liner.

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The final product was McCrea's Black Lava Sea Salt Caramels.  I always love getting sweet treats in subscription boxes!  Sadly, I just had some dental work done and have a temporary crown, so I can't eat anything sticky until the permanent crown is put on at the end of the month. I tore off the teeniest piece so I could try it and loved the flavor.  It's a very creamy caramel with just a hint of salt.  I can't wait until I can eat these!

Mommy Mailbox knocked it out of the park again!  The Vacation theme was a lot of fun.  The coverup and necklace were probably my two favorite items, but I loved the nail polish, and liked the lip pencil and luggage tag, too.  I think I'll really love the caramels, but I'll know for sure in a couple of weeks.

What did you think of this month's Mommy Mailbox?