Project B is a monthly subscription box suitable for ladies from week 12 of pregnancy. Each box has a theme, and contains a variety of different products, from pampering to super tasty, healthy snacks. The boxes also contain cards detailing expert advice for that period of your pregnancy.
I’ve loved working with Project B throughout my pregnancy – this is my seventh and final box, and has the theme of “Arrive”! You can read my previous reviews here. Although (as I write this) Master Peppercorn hasn’t made his entrance into the world yet, it was lovely to receive this box prior to his birth.
Halos’n’Horns Baby Moisturising Lotion (250ml): I’ve used this product previously when Busby was little and it’s lovely. It leaves the skin feeling super soft and smells yummy too.
Miowipes (sample): I’m really looking forward to trying these biodegradable natural baby wipes – I’ve read lots about them!
Seascape Les Petits (300ml): I’ve not heard of this range before, and I’m very much looking forward to using on myself and baby!
Bickiepegs – Teething Biscuits: I think we’re a little way off this at the moment, but I remember friends using these with their teething children when Busby was a baby.
Green People Nappy Cream (sample): I love Green People products, and I’m sure this nappy cream will be fab for sore bottoms!
Metanium Barrier Ointment (sample): I’ve used this previously with Busby and it has been great. A good handy-sized bottle to pop in the changing bag too.
WaterWipes (sample): Again, I’ve used these previously and have always been impressed with how gentle they are.
NUK First Choice+ Bottle: I’ve not come across NUK before so I’m curious to try this bottle. It’s only for formula feeding (according to the packaging) and I’m hoping to breastfeed and express so I’m not sure whether we’ll have a chance to try it.
Silgel™ (sample): Apparently the ideal product for c-section scarring.
Venture Family Photoshoot voucher: A very kind gift from Project B!
I was hoping to see a Baba & Boo cloth nappy in this box, as the Project B website includes it in the image. Also, something practical such as muslin squares or a baby hat would have been a great addition, and a bit more exciting than more wipes and creams. However, there are lots of lovely things to try – and everyone loves a good pamper!
The boxes cost £14 per month and you can sign up for your monthly Project B box online. I’ve really enjoyed receiving these boxes every month, and they would make a truly lovely, thoughtful gift for a friend or loved-one as they really take the Mama into consideration!