I always enjoy sharing subscription boxes I’ve discovered with you. At first, it was all the beauty boxes (for a while there I was subscribed to three or four of them – holy cow! haha), but these last couple years I’ve been leaning towards finding more natural and self-care type boxes to share, so today I’m delighted to be telling you about Simply Earth.
The folks at Simply Earth contacted me a month or so ago to tell me about their subscription box and asked if I would be interested in reviewing it on my blog. Because I love both subscription boxes and essential oils, it was an easy yes! Before I get into the subscription itself, let me tell you a bit more about Simply Earth and their company philosophy:
Simply Earth is a purpose-driven company. Our motto here is Love & Serve! We sell the same 100% pure essential oils that you’re used to at more economical prices. We could make more money but we care about serving our customers and our environment just a little bit more. We also pride ourselves on being able to donate 13% of all our profits to help end human trafficking. People are more important. The love we share with our family and friends, to be honest, sometimes we take for granted and for those who may never see their loved one again we hope that what we do makes a difference.
Not all essential oils are created equal, and it’s nice to know that they are dedicated to bringing high quality oils to the public in a way that makes it affordable to for everyone to start learning how much of an impact cleaner, simplier ingrediants can make in their lives and health.
Each month, Simply Earth chooses a theme for their recipe box, and then provides subscribers with four bottles of essential oils, recipe cards and materials to make some of the products on the cards.
The theme for April was “Spring Cleaning” so the box I recieved included oils, reciepes and products to help me get things clean (and smelling wonderful!).
For a closer look, inside were bottles of lemon, cinnamon, tea tree and balsam fir essential oils, two spary bottles, three cleaning cloths, two small sets of labels (for my spray bottles) and an assortment of recipe cards.
I was quite excited about the oil selection as I didn’t already have cinnamon or balsam fir so they were a nice addition to my collection. And I go through so much lemon and tea tree you can never have too much!
What is particularly nice about this box is that not only do you get the oils, but you get the supplies and instructions to start using your oils right away.
I was able to make a lovely room spray (instead of using those chemical filled air fresheners), and a homemade furniture polish using the items in my kit along with some household staples (vinegar and olive oil).
Previous months have included supplies to make soap and lip balm which is super fun!
When you learn how easy anf fun making your own products is at home – not to mention how you get to control what goes into your products, and in the long run save money it become quite addictive. But if you are like many people it can be a little overwhelming at first, which is why a recipe box like Simply Earth might be just right for you!
How To Subscribe
If you’d like to check out a Simply Earth Subscription for yourself, or a friend there are a few different options.
You can purchase:
- Just this month’s box for $49 USD
- A 3-Month Subscription fo $45USD/month
- Monthly Subscription box for $39USD/month
You can pause or cancel your subscription at anytime and shipping is always free on US orders ($9.99USD shipping & handling fee applies to Canadian boxes).
Other Subscription Boxes I’ve Reviewed:
Disclosure: I was provided with the April box free of charge in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own. This post contains affiliate links.