Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Eco Emi Bonus Box - Feb 2012

I couldn't help myself... when another round of Eco Emi bonus boxes were for sale last week, I nabbed one. :) The contents were slightly different than the last one, and I ended up getting some things from previous boxes that I really wanted. I did receive a couple of repeats, but I think it's nice to have a couple of travel-sized things on hand. Also, sometimes one sample packet isn't enough to determine if you really like something.


Eco Emi is a subscription service that provides natural, organic, and green samples once a month. It costs $15 per month for those with a shipping address in the United States and $30 per month for international customer ( price includes shipping). The boxes ship at the end of each month and subscribers get at least five samples per box. Every once in a while, bonus boxes made up of extra items from previous items go on sale. An announcement gets sent out via email to current subscribers and also gets posted on their facebook page.

Contents of beige bag

Contents of entire bonus box

In this box I received:
  • AuraCacia Soothing Organic Milk & Oat Bath
  • Neuma hair styling products (blow dry lotion, smoothing creme, and style texturizer)
  • Neuma hair renew shampoo & conditioner
  • Soul Flower pin
  • Big Dipper Wax Works candle in Rejuvenation
  • Artisana Raw Coconut Oil
  • PB Peach Blossom oolong tea
  • Eden Organic Small Vegetable Shells (pasta)
  • Dr. Hauschka Lemon Body Wash 
  • Organic Hojicha Chai Roasted Green Tea with Spices
  • naturally it's clean Floors by Enzyme Fresh Home
  • Gabriel Organics Seaweed Revitalizing Bath & Shower Gel
  • Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques lip moisturizer
  • Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques eye shadow in  Sandalwood
  • SheaTerra Organics Rose Hips Black Soap Deep Pore Facial Soap & Mask
  • JR WatkinsHand & Body Lotion in Aloe & Green Tea
  • small candy cane

This should be my last package from Eco Emi for at least a little while!


~ Susan

3 comments:

  1. How cool is Eco Emi! XD Me in Indonesia doesn't have something like that. :(

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    1. You should start your own green subscription service! You'd be the first :)

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    2. Hahahaaa..A nice suggestion,Susan!:) Hope I can do it!(fyi,me and ningrum are blogger friends here in Indonesia^^.With the same interest of green products;))

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