Nonabox is a monthly subscription box that allows expecting and new mums to sign up and receive a box full of goodies each month. The Nonabox accompanies you through your pregnancy and your baby´s first two years – every month you are sent a box full of specially selected products that reflect your stage of motherhood, from pregnancy and through your baby’s first two years. This box is unique as it is tailored to your babies age, they know what stage of pregnancy you are at or the month your baby was born.
We were lucky enough to be sent one of Nonabox's first ever monthly subscription box's and will also be receiving another box for the next two months so keep an eye out for that! When I heard about Nonabox a few months back I was rather excited to see that they were coming to the UK!
I have come across many beauty subscription boxes but none of them have ever appealed to me personally as I'm not really into my make up however I love the idea of a monthly box for mums or children as of course, being a parent I love to find out what new baby products there are on the market.
The Nonabox arrives beautifully packaged in a purple box assembled with ribbon which I think adds a lovely touch and also great to keep the box for storage. The subscription for the box is only £25 per month which includes postage and packaging and you get products up to a retail price of approx £40-50. Which in my opinion is a pretty good deal! There will also be special themed boxes throughout the year!
Each box comes with 7-10 products all tailored to your babies age. Amelia is 17 months old and we were sent products targeted at her age group. Inside the box we received the following:
Water Wipes - I have used these wipes previously and love them! The 2 sample packs we received are the perfect size for a changing bag or for out and about in the car. I will definitely be buying some more as I think they are great.
Ella's Kitchen Meal - We are huge fans of Ella's Kitchen and having never tried this type of meal pot before it was a change from the pouches Amelia was used to. To begin with she wouldn't eat it but that's only because she is a fussy baby. She is now eating from the meal pots which is great!
Beaba Spoon - This is an interesting spoon, it claims to turn 360 degrees so your baby/toddler can feed themselves. You can also lock it too which is great for use after they have learnt how to eat on their own. The spoon is pretty deep too which is good.
Baby Cup - I have never come across this product before and was rather intrigued so couldn't wait to use it. Amelia has gone through a number of beakers and sippy cups since she started drinking from them around 10 months and will also drink from a glass when needed. Looking forward to testing this out.
MAM Toothbrush (RRP £3.50)- We love MAM products and were excited to try out their toothbrush. We did already have one for her but we needed a new one so that was great. She loves brushing her teeth so looking forward to using this. This is suitable from birth.
Gumi Gem teething necklace - Having reviewed Gumi Gem products in the past I can safely say this is a must for any teething baby. You will wish you had one sooner. Amelia constantly chews on ours. I am looking forward to testing out this one too.
I wish Nonabox had launched in the UK before I fell pregnant as this is a service I definitely see myself using next time round. The good thing about this subscription box is the fact that you can cancel it at any time you wish, unlike some others I've seen where you have to sign up for a minimum of 3 months for example. I would however like to see more girly products but that's only because I like buying girly products for Amelia. Perhaps including a few more in the box would be great and asking for gender at the ordering process.
I think this box would make a lovely gift for a new or expecting mum and also help them find out new products on the market for their little ones. Some may think that the box is rather pricey at £25 per month however you are getting much more for your money! Also you aren't forced to purchase every month so thumbs up all round. You can find out more about Nonabox and also sign up for your own box here.
What do you think of the Nonabox? Would you sign up to this or something similar?
Disclaimer - We have been sent the Nonabox to review for a period of three months and will be sharing out thoughts and experiences.