Review: Our Final Project-B Box 7

On Tuesday I received my last Project-B box in the post. I have really enjoyed and looked forward to receiving my Project-B monthly boxes and they have been a fun edition to my pregnancy. I was always surprised how quickly each month flew past as I was always prompted by the arrival of my boxes. Project-B is a monthly pregnancy subscription service that you can sign up to once you are three months pregnant and each box is tailored to the stage of your pregnancy you are in.



Over the past four months I have had a wide range of products sent to me in my Project-B boxes: Eisberg Alcohol free wine, scented candle, method surface spray and barefoot SOS moisturiser to name a few. Each box has a different theme and then the contents are revolved around that:


Box 1 – Nurture
Box 2 – Blossom
Box 3 – Energise
Box 4 – Relax
Box 5 – Prepare
Box 6 – Nest
Box 7 – Arrive


This months box was ‘Arrive’ and came in the post the day after Archie was born so was excellent timing! In this months box was:


Halos N Horns baby moisturising lotion – RRP £4.07
Baba + Boo reusable nappy – RRP £9.25
The Nordic reusable baby wipes – RRP £? (shop under construction)
Sudocrem care and protect – £1.99
Aquaint natural sanitising water – RRP £2.49
NUK First Choice + bottle – RRP £5.49
Waterwipes sample packet
Metanium barrier ointment cream sample
Organic babies nappy  cream baby balm sample
Baby-D drops sample
 A voucher to have a family photo session and a 5×7 print at Venture Studios worth £245


As you can see this months box was full to the brim with goodies totalling way over the monthly subscription price.




The voucher for the family photo session is fantastic and we are booked in next week at Venture Studios. I will write another review about this after we have been.


The Halos N Horns baby moisturising lotion smells amazing and is gentle and hypo-allergenic. The lotion itself absorbs easily and isn’t greasy at all. Archie had a bit of dry skin on his stomach and this lotion cleared it up completely in just a few days.




Baba + Boo sell stylish reusable nappies that help to keep your baby’s bottom rash free. Using reusable nappies can also help to save you a lot of money and is much better for the environment. They have a huge range of lovely designs.




The Nordic wipes are new reusable baby wipes where you simply just add water to the wipes and use them. Again these will save you a lot of money over the couple of years your baby will be in nappies and need to use wipes.



Sudocrem care and protect offers triple protection against the causes of nappy rash. Sudocrem has been around for years so is a brand you can really trust to look after your baby’s delicate skin.


As always in the box was some information cards with information on being 40+ weeks or baby has arrived, staying active, shopping ideas and a eating well recipe card.


NUk first choice + bottles are clinically proven for an optimal combination of breast and bottle feeding should you choose to do so. These bottles feature the original NUK orthodontic shaped teat with special, super soft zone which adapts perfectly to your baby’s palate. I haven’t used these bottles before so I will be interested to see how Archie gets on with it if and when we start to use a bottle in the future.






My Project-B boxes have been a fantastic addition to my pregnancy and I couldn’t recommend subscribing during your pregnancy any higher. The subscription would also make a great gift for a close family member or friend who is expecting. I have loved receiving these each month and will miss my monthly parcels of goodies in the post.






Disclaimer: I have been sent my monthly Project B boxes for the purpose of reviewing them. However all opinions are completely honest and my own.






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