Saturday 4 October 2014

Nonabox **REVIEW** our first box!

As you may have noticed I really like subscription boxes! I look the fact they get you trying new products and products you may not have seen or tried before! 

So when we were give the opportunity to try out Nonabox I couldn't wait! 

Nonabox is delivered monthly straight to you door and each box will contain between 6 and 9 high quality products. Nonabox guides you through with monthly boxes from pregnancy right through the first 2 years of babies life. 
Here is what was inside our box this month - 

MAM feeding spoons.
These will definitely come in handy as we will soon be starting to introduce food to Peanut! I really like the bright colours they come in and love the spoon cover! What a great idea! I remember with James trying to clean off spoons with wipes when we were out and about after feeding so my bag didn't get covered and now this solves that problem! RRP £5.99.

Snooze Baby - Natural brown sweet dreaming comfort toy.
As you can see this was a favourite for Peanut. This was lovely and soft and was in a unisex pattern so would make a lovely gift. The taggies on it are in all shapes, sizes and colours and peanut loves running her fingers over them. Snooze Baby comfort toy is made from velours and 100% organic cotton jersey. RRP £12.95.

Green People Toothpaste
The Green People toothpaste is great for babies gums and milk teeth, It is made from Mandarin, Aloe Vera, Orange & Myrrh. Designed specially for young children and babies this toothpaste contains 100% natural ingredients and is free from SLS and flouride.
, With a great taste to encourage them to clean their teeth. We have been rubbing a little on Peanuts gums and she doesn't seemed phased by the flavour so must be a good sign. RRP £3.50

Shea Mooti - Mamas Everything body balm.
This body balm is a blend of ethically sourced virgin Shea Butter, infused with Cocoa Butter and nourishing Omega enriched oils which contribute to maintaining a healthy skin.
It is fragranced with soothing Lavender Oil and skin rejuvenating Mandarin Oil, this scrumptious blend helps to moisturise and soften dry itchy skin and improve elasticity. The cream applies easily and smells amazing! It has definitely left my skin feeling much softer! RRP £16.99

Ella's Kitchen Baby food pouches. 
Ella's kitchen make natural, healthy and oraganic food for babies and childrens in handy pouches that can be used at home or whilst out and about. The Blueberry and Pear brekkie is for babies 6 months+ and so peanuts not quite old enough yet. However the Carrots, peas and Pears is from 4 months and so im sure she will enjoy tucking in to this very soon! I think the pouches are great for on the go too. RRP 99p-£1.09 each.

PaperShaker postcard.
PaperShaker are dedicated to helping you create unique and stylish cards to celebrate and share life’s most memorable moments. Their boutique collections provide traditional, modern and vintage inspired designs for lots of occasions. Unfortunutly this came a little late for us as peanut is almost 4 months old so we no need for a birth announcement. However I think these would make a lovely little idea for those expecting soon and looking for a lovely way to announce details to family members who perhaps live a little further away! RRP £3.0 for 1 or £14.90 for 10.

Overall we loved our first Nonabox! There was only 1 item we could not use but this has been passed to a friend who will make good use of it. Its lovely to be sent a box full of new brands as I would not of known about a lot of these without trying Nonabox. 

You can order your own Nonabox now on their website here - www.nonabox.co.uk

Or stay up to date with all the latest news, offers and updates from Nonabox on one of their social media pages here - 

Make sure you keep an eye out for the contents of next months box too!


* I was not paid for this review. All opinions given are my own.
* If you would like me to review your product or service, please email me on xJessLegresleyx@hotmail.com.


  1. I love subscription boxes too this one looks good x

  2. It's a nice idea but I am too selfish for this - I like subscription boxes full of things for meeeee.....
    Looks like it would make a good gift for a new mum though.