Natural product convenience and selection are hitting new heights through subscription boxes. Here are our picks for the best natural subscription boxes for women.
Sifting through the hundreds of options out there is quite the task, but we’ve narrowed it down to our favorite monthly and quarterly subscriptions.
The Best Natural Subscription Boxes for Women
Finding monthly boxes for women that meet green standards and live up to a woman’s high hopes can be hard. Fortunately for you, I’m an Earth-conscious mama with a serious infatuation with monthly subscription boxes for women.
CAUSEBOX is a quarterly curated set of socially-conscious lifestyle items for women. Every box is filled with products that have a story to share and make a difference. The curated items from CAUSEBOX help provide jobs, meals, education, clean water, and more to countless individuals around the world.
What’s in the CAUSEBOX?
Each season, you receive a unique box (featuring original artwork) with 5 to 8 of the best ethical and sustainable products hand-curated for women. Items include jewelry, fashion, home decor, beauty products, artwork, and more… all from socially conscious companies.
The CAUSEBOX is $49.95, but each box contains $200+ worth of products.
CAUSEBOX Subscription Box Review
You can take a look online ahead of each shipment to find out what will be in the next box. We love that the CAUSEBOX really walks its talk when it comes to delivering better brands. Most of the items they include are vegan. With the introduction of CAUSEBOX Custom (the ability for Annual Members to customize their boxes), if they do include a non-vegan product in the future, they will provide an alternative choice for vegan members.
Would you love a seasonal subscription box for women minus the monthly shipment and commitments? Merkaela is what you’ve been looking for. Each season serves as the inspiration for the box’s theme, as well as the ingredients that will be used. All of the products are handcrafted by Merkaela’s team, using materials that are as ethical and sustainable as possible.
What’s in the Merkaela Box?
Each box includes an array of health and wellness products like bath salts, tea, body butter, soap, essential oil blends, exfoliators, incense, and crystal jewelry. And these aren’t your ordinary soap or body butters.
Merkaela’s mission is to cater to body plus the mind and soul. Products are designed with a special purpose in mind, and so they’re infused with specially selected essential oils, herbs, seasonal garden produce, and therapeutic ingredients known to nourish the skin and the soul.
Subscribers get Merkaela’s quarterly subscription box for a grand total of $58 a shipment. Our special code ALIVE15 will save you 15 percent off of your quarterly shipment and ALIVE20 will shave 20 percent off of the year subscription.
Merkaela Subscription Box Review
I’m obviously a sucker for natural products, but top-notch handcrafted products based on the season? That’s ambrosia for any green woman’s soul. Merkaela’s delightful allure goes even higher with a spiritual undertone.
Boxes include crystals for use in meditation or to promote high vibes. They also come with inspiration and soulful contemplation in the forms of empowering affirmation cards and a message card that shares profound thoughts and ideas to light up your heart and soul.
Merkaela helps people create and maintain a healthy body by feeding the skin and the soul. If you’re looking for all-natural goodies with a high-powered spiritual charge, Merkaela is your subscription box soul food.
One glance through this box or Earthlove’s website and you truly understand their reverence for Mother Nature. They source products that are ethically and environmentally responsible, including zero-waste packaging (or almost entirely zero-waste packaging), natural ingredients, organic and non-GMO, gluten-free, cruelty-free, beegan/vegan, and fair-trade. Earthlove also supports artisans, makers, and small businesses in the US & Canada.
What’s in the Earthlove box?
Earthlove’s gorgeous seasonally-themed box is filled with 6-8 full-sized eco-conscious items. Another thing we love – this natural subscription box always comes with a zero-waste swap for your home and a book!
You’ll also find products spanning categories such as tea, home decor, healthy snacks, jewelry, apothecary, apparel, accessories, and gardening. We also enjoy their lovely themed guides that share ideas and reminders to get closer to nature.
Ecocentric Mom offers six fantastic natural subscription box options.
From the pampering extravaganza that comes in the Ecocentric Mom Care Package to the First Trimester Pregnancy (and second and third trimesters) boxes to general Mom Subscription Box, there’s an amazingly curated set of natural products for your stage of motherhood.
What’s in the Ecocentric Mom Box?
Ecocentric Mom Boxes are monthly care packages to support well-being in motherhood. Every item in the box is free from chemicals and toxins, made by the very best small brands, and matched exactly to your stage of pregnancy or the age of your child from pregnancy through baby’s second birthday Get ready to transform your routine, head to (baby) toes!
You’ll find everything from organic snacks to baby gear to personal care products.
The Ecocentric Mom Care Package comes with 4-6 practical and pampering items just for her. This one isn’t a pregnancy or baby related box – it’s all about self-care for the busy mom. This natural subscription box includes beauty, bath, home, baby care, wellness, snack and lifestyle accessories.
Ecocentric Mom Subscription Box Review
The Green Child team tried our first Ecocentric Mom box back in 2014. It was great then, but they’ve only gotten better – probably because they’ve been doing it for such a long time. They have a variety of offerings for whatever your stage or motherhood (or your child’s stage of childhood!).
Moonbox by Gaia Collective
Are you hungry for ritual? Do you want to explore a deeper connection with energy, the planets, and the universe? Are you eager to discover daily tools and practices that will add meaning and fulfillment to your life? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a Moonbox subscription is just what the Soul Doctor ordered.
What’s in the Moonbox?
The Moonbox comes with three specially selected crystals, an essential oil blend, dried herbs or tea, a moon oracle card, an item from a featured artist, and supplies, which can be used for meditation or morning rituals. Gaia Collective offers both their monthly Moonbox and mini moonbox, for $29.50 or $12.50 respectively (plus $2 for shipping). Pay an extra $10, and you score a wearable gem in your monthly box (and who wouldn’t want that?).
Moonbox Subscription Box Review
My Moonbox came with Gaia Collective’s own roll-on essential oil blend and botanical tea blend, positivity soap by Frequency, a Thunder Moon oracle card, the New Moon in Leo journal, and three high quality crystals (tangerine quartz, pyrite, and a tumbled agate geode). The soap, essential oil roll-on, and tea treated my body to a lovely ritual of self-care. Using them left me feeling and looking healthier and beautified, and my body felt more like a temple than ever.
The astrological and metaphysical aspects of Moonbox may seem too “woo-woo” for some people, but I absolutely loved being exposed to the these ideas that have a sacred place in the spiritual traditions of times past and present. The journal provoked me to think about my life, and inspired me to set intentions based on the astrological energies in play. Overall, I felt more connected to my body, to the world, and to all the unknown mystical awesomeness. I also love Moonbox, because owner Paula Pavlova has developed a subscription business that involves a community of artists and crafters. And she’s always game for taking on new artisans! Subscription + Community = Serious Love.
Go Native Box by Mamalani
If you and your kids are as infatuated with Disney’s Moana as I am, then you’re going to be running for your wallet before I can finish this paragraph. Because (1) The Go Native box comes from Hawaii, (2) Everything is produced by Native Hawaiians who specialize in their craft, (3) Go Native is owned by Mela Kalama-Kingma — mother of three and a rockstar woman with a degree in Nutrition and a Master’s in Native Hawaiian and Indigenous Health, (4) According to Mele, “Go Native” means to live a simple and grounded life that involves connections with people as well as relationships with the plants, animals, waters, and skies which make our world.
What’s in the Go Native Box?
Each Go Native box has a different theme, with monthly inspirations like Hawaiian sea salt, Summer Essentials, and Hawaiian moon phases. Whatever the theme, you get three to six Hawaiian-crafted products like essential oil blends, tea, hydrosols, soap, natural beauty products, traditional Hawaiian herbal remedies, or even hunks of Hawaiian-grown turmeric. Boxes also include little tastes of Hawaiian culture — like with July’s moon phase journal Hilo ‘Ia A Pa’a (that’s Hawaiian for “Braiding A Tight Cord Of Knowledge”). The price tag for this Hawaiian beauty is $34.95 + $3 for shipping.
Go Native Subscription Box Review
Mele says she created the Go Native box with a mission to create and support Aloha (love for others) as well as Aloha Aina (love for the land). This energy and intention is so strong, I swear I could feel it just in opening the package. It got even stronger after opening because of products like the Pule essential oil blend. The Pule blend was created specifically for aiding meditation or prayer (Pule is Hawaiian for prayer) and the bottle includes simple instructions for how you can use it. And the moon phase journal … The cultural and traditional history included in that book made it feel like I was holding a holy book in my hands.
It exposed me to new ideas and provoked me to think about things in a way I have never considered before. That’s what’s so great about the Go Native box. Whether it’s a journal, a wound sealer, or an infused oil — you’re experiencing the traditions, plants, and ideas of a beautiful and unknown culture. You get to discover Hawaii’s famed plants, practices, and wisdom, and try these things out in your own life. It’s an experience that expands your mind, and there’s a dang good chance that it’ll expand your heart too.
The Little Light Box by Light, Love, And Spirit
The Little Light Box comes from Ashley Strong of Light, Love, And Spirit. Her blog started out as a place for her to talk about her spiritual journey and to document her new life embracing the psychic abilities she had long repressed.
What’s in the Little Light Box?
Each Little Light Box is a great example of natural subscription boxes for women. It includes a crystal or gemstone, a piece of gemstone or crystal jewelry, a channeled message for the month, an activity to boost self-love or one’s spiritual practice, and one last spiritual item inspired by the month’s box. All of the crystals and gemstones in the box come up with lovely little cards that describe their properties and offer simple spiritual practices you can do to glean from their mental/emotional/energetic benefits.
The box I received included a green aventurine bracelet, apple green calcite, peace potion spray from I Am Goddess Collective, and a channelled message inspired by the metaphysical revolving around the present month. All of this totaled up to $25 with shipping included.
Little Light Box Subscription Box Review
Compared to other boxes, the value doesn’t seem as high. However, that’s assuming that value comes in how many material things you score. However, when you look at value from a spiritual angle, it’s as high as the sky. With all of the items, the information, and the practices Ashley packs into her box, it’s basically like taking a Spirituality 101 class. She also makes it simple and positive as heck. This box may be little, but it is packed full of uplifting goods and energy.
Sage Woman by Honey + Sage Co.
Just a few years ago, Nova Cox was a busy midwifery apprentice, partner, and mother of two young boys. The 24/7 demands of home and work had her running on empty and despite all the do-ing, she felt unfulfilled and unhappy. So, she stepped away from the craziness so that she could put love into her family and — just as important — give love to herself.
One day, she was hit with a dream of sending packages to women so that they could experience the power of self-care that had given her so much balance and peace. Turning to her love of herbal medicine and healing remedies, Nova put together the Sage Woman package. A year later she joined forces with mama Sarah Carlock and together they plunged into the world of women’s health and wellness.
What’s in the Honey + Sage Box?
Honey + Sage offers two different subscriptions: the Holy Wellness Care Package and the Sage Woman Care Package. I received the Sage Woman package which regularly features two goods from the Honey + Sage’s Apothecary, a meditation card, and three to five goods that revolve around wellness, beauty, and/or ceremony.
Sage Woman Subscription Box Review
So, I knew that Honey + Sage had some high quality products, but I never imagined that they would lead to me having a higher quality life. The sugar scrub, body oil, skin serum I got had my body looking and feeling so amazing. I treasured these results, and I loved being able to treat my body with these delicious all-natural products. I hadn’t gotten so used to having “okay” skin and to making time and setting aside money for myself every once in a blue moon, and so I only ever felt okay.
Using these products daily or multiple times a week had me go from feeling okay to feeling amazing. And not only did I feel better, but I developed a whole new awareness of my body and had brand new standards. Feeling okay was no longer okay because I finally knew I could be feeling soft, radiant, and wonderful. I had never anticipated this kind of personal transformation, but it’s the honest truth. This box may be $55, but it’s money well spent. The products are so unique and offer so many wonderful benefits. Just try it.
TheraBox founder Ting Ting Jiang knows all about happiness and self-care. As a therapist, she saw patient after patient in desperate need of their own love and attention, and saw study after study on depression and unhappiness. As a working woman and overachiever, she knew how vital it was to make happiness a part of daily life. So, she compiled research on positive psychology and neuroscience, and sought out quality products that could be used for a regular happiness regimen — aka the TheraBox.
What’s in the TheraBox?
Each box includes four to six health and wellness products that meet quality standards, with many coming from TheraBox’s own Happy Shoppe. I got their silky sugar scrub, a plant-based candle scented naturally with essential oils, all-natural lip balms (stick and tub), and 3W Clinic sunblock. Boxes also include happiness-boosting activities and keepsakes. For the June box, that included a “Stay Humble, Work Hard, Be Kind” plaque, an adorably smiley flower, and a calendar full of activities to do each day to promote positivity and happiness.
TheraBox Subscription Box Review
The goal of TheraBox is to promote happiness, and my verdict is that it does exactly that. All of the products had a place in daily or regular self-care, whether that was using the amazing sugar scrub for beautiful feel-good skin, or lighting the aromatic candle for meditation or a soothing bath. I didn’t think products like these could make such a difference in my mood, but by having them and seeing them, I was naturally inclined to use them. And using them felt so good! Even better, they all score well with EWG’s Skin Deep database with the exception of the 3W Clinic SPF 50 sunblock, which had parabens. Aside from that, all the products have become a regular part of my lovely new self-care routine.
The activities Ting Ting packs into TheraBox also score big points. They’re put together thoughtfully and deliberately, drawing off of information from research and studies. TheraBox also scores community points. Ting Ting has an exclusive Facebook group for TheraBox subscribers to talk about the happiness activities and to share results. So, you don’t just get a subscription box, you get a whole new community of like-minded ladies. The happiness only gets laid down even thicker thanks to Ting Ting’s regular giveaways. If you want to be happier and feel better, then TheraBox is practically scientifically guaranteed to help with that. It’s so worth trying.
The Wild Medicine Box by Tamed Wild Apothecary
If you’ve got an itch for natural remedies, traditional medicine, and metaphysics, then Tamed Wild Apothecary’s Wild Medicine Box is the cure. Owner Shelby Bundy began Tamed Wild Apothecary as a way to share powerful old world herbal remedies that she used with her own family. After producing high quality herbal medicine inspired by ancient wisdom and metaphysics, the Wild Medicine Box came to be. And am I EVER glad!
What’s in the Wild Medicine Box?
Tamed Wild Apothecary offers both a Wild Medicine Box and Mini Wild Medicine Box. I received the full-sized $35 Wild Medicine Box. Each of these amazing boxes features five to seven items from their Apothecary including herbal remedies, teas, salves, infused oils, incense, and “Old World” goods like their amazing leather journals.
My Wild Medicine Box also included their Crystal Kit Upgrade, which gets subscribers two to four crystals or gemstones for another $20. My Wild Medicine Box featured an abalone shell, tea light, an herb oracle card, and a moon cycle calendar.
It also included the Apothecary’s handmade new moon temple oil, full moon charcoal soap, and new moon herbal tea. It also included a new moon tincture herbal blend that subscribers could turn into their very own moon-inspired elixir (instructions, dripper, and tincture bottle included). To top it off, it came with three crystals: desert rose, celestite, and a quartz sphere.
Wild Medicine Box Subscription Review
The Wild Medicine Box is a metaphysical mama’s dream come true! The box was full of information put together as gemstone cards, an herb oracle card, and their box information card. They were all packed with information on old world wisdom, healing properties, and how their products can be used in healing or spiritual practice. It felt like meeting with an indigenous grandmother who was sharing her ancient traditional secrets.
I also loved how Tamed Wild included a DIY elixir kit in their box so that I had everything I needed to make my very own herbal/spiritual medicine. The information alone was intoxicating, and the quality of the products made it even more intense. From the beautiful bottles the herbs come in, to the herbal products themselves — they were beautifully and wonderfully made.
With both convenience and all natural products combined, these natural subscription boxes for women offer the perfect touch to any home. If you’ve tried any of these monthly boxes for women, please share your experiences with us!