littleecofootprint: march box of eco products has arrived! spring is here!

This month LittleEcoFootprint featured two variations in boxes that shipped to members. Brands featured include Carre Jaune, John Masters Organics, Mum 2 Mum, First Food Organics, ecojot, Bunchafarmers, Boske Kids and Crayon Rocks. Check out what was inside below:



$10 Gift Card for Boské Kids: Boské Kids is a Canadian clothing company for children ages newborn to 6 years. Their clothing and accessories are made from high-quality, all-natural fibers from Peru and low-impact eco-friendly dyes. As an environmentally conscious company, they are committed to making a low impact on the environment. Designed in Canada – Made in Peru, Fair Trade.


Buncha Farmers Stain Remover: Buncha Farmers put a lot of thought and care into developing their products so that their customers can benefit and truly appreciate their efforts. Their Stain Remover is made with all-natural, biodegradable ingredients, and enhanced with borax to soften the water and aid in the cleaning process. A stain remover that is safe, and really works. Great for cloth diapers too!


Carré jaune Foam Wash Sample: Carré jaune is a refreshing collection of skincare products designed especially for children by someone who has their best interest in mind: a mother. Sylvie Lafave, mom of two, created the line when she couldn’t find nontoxic products she wanted to use on her kids. As clean and delightful as its fresh logo and packaging, the carré jaune collection is comprised of 100% natural ingredients, and none of the products contain essential oils. Instead carré jaune relies on fruit extracts such as apricot, in order to provide the softest care possible — in addition to other soothing ingredients such as vitamin E, calendula oil, and shea butter — which all work to keep your kiddo’s skin protected and/or to help it heal.


Crayon Rocks – Sample Crayons (Bonus Inclusion): Crayon Rocks are all natural soy wax crayons made from USA grown soybeans, coloured with mineral pigments and manufactured in rural Kentucky. The colours are vibrant and creamy. Designed to strengthen the tripod grip muscles, the shape allows small fingers to colour in large, wide strokes creating pictures rich in colour.


ecojot – Giraffes Growth Chart: ecojot creates inspirational and whimsical journals, sketchbooks, cards, gift wrap and more! All made in Canada from 100% post consumer recycled waste.


First Food Organics – Full Size Banana Munch Mix and Sample Yogurt Yums (Based on Age): First Food Organics is a Canadian company that focuses on providing healthy, organic food for your baby. They are very proud to have recently introduced a new line of Organic Infant Cereals and Toddler Snacks, now available at retailers across Canada!


John Masters Organics – 1oz Blood Orange & Vanilla Body Wash: John Masters Organics brings you and your family the best in safe, eco-friendly hair, skin, and body care. Created with the mildest botanically-based surfactants, our Blood Orange & Vanilla Body Wash foams into a creamy, rich, sulfate-free lather that gently removes dirt and oil – leaving skin soft and smooth.


Mum 2 Mum – 3 Pack Face Washers (Based on Age): Mum 2 Mum is an award-winning company and makes your life easier with specialty bibs, swaddling, change mats, burp cloths, hooded towels and more.

Do you want to discover healthy, organic and Eco-friendly products each month? The next box ships April 15th. Sign-up Today!


About Amanda

Amanda Robinson is the eco-chic, green living, fitness loving mom behind Natural Mommie. Since 2009, Amanda Robinson has been the source for moms to learn how to bring more balanced green beauty, eco-friendly, sustainable, organic products into their homes without being too “crunchy” or “granola”. Amanda is passionate about design, wellness and inspiring moms to make more eco-friendly and healthy choices without having to trade in their stilettos for Birkenstocks. In addition to Natural Mommie, Amanda is also the owner and designer behind Top Knot Style - a beautiful collection of handmade oversized luxury knitwear.

6 thoughts on “littleecofootprint: march box of eco products has arrived! spring is here!

  1. Sounds like a really good mix of products! I’d be interested to hear how you find the stain remover works once you’ve tried it (and that. i’m sure, will be soon with two boys hah;-) )

    1. I thought I was going to get lots of use out of it with the warm wheather and puddle jumping plans, but then it went and got cold again! I find mud once of the most difficult stains to remove so looking forward to trying it for that soon!

  2. I love all of this!! I had no idea this existed… It would be such a great gift idea too! – I cleaned out my fridge yesterday and felt so crappy about what comes in and goes out of our house. I literally threw away a garbage bag full stuff that went bad and I know that a lot of it could have been avoided. Our family needs to make a more conscious effort to not waste so much. I love that there’s products like this to give you that push to find something better for you and your family.

    1. I just cleaned out our fridge last night too and I’m kicking myself for not keeping on top of it like I usually do. I typically do a good clean weekly, but slacked a little bit and ended up throwing out a ton of vegetables that were gone bad!

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