MercoBox Review March 2014 – Utah Subscription Box

mercobox review march 2014

I love that so many companies showcasing local goods are forming. I never thought about Utah as having a lot of interesting goods, so when I heard that MercoBox showcased the best of Utah, I was excited to have them show just how nice their products are.

mercobox review march 2014

The Cost: $24.99

The Products: Each month, MercoBox finds the best locally made products to share with you.

The Concept: This box was created to help showcase some of the best local talent and products from Utah

mercobox review march 2014

 

mercobox review march 2014

Q Clothing Infinity Scarf - Retail Value $28

This scarf is so cute! I love the colors and received a ton of compliments on it already.

Edible Wilds Wildflower Brownie Mix - Retail Value $6.99

This brownie mix is gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free. I love that is it made from wildflower seeds and cannot wait to try it.

mercobox review march 2014

Sea Grape Relaxed Mama Tea – Retail Value $6.50

I was really glad to get this tea in my box. Lately, I’ve been drinking tea at night as a way to unwind and get ready for bed. Plus, I love the mix of lavender and chamomile. I’ve never tried anything with corn flowers, so I am really excited to try this flavor combination.

Raziehs Wrinkle Free Obsession Cream – Retail Value $4

I love that this cream is all organic with no chemicals or fillers. The sample size is enough to give me a few good test runs, so I am glad about that.

mercobox review march 2014

Heavenly Hygienics Cherub  Balm Lotion – Retail Value $3.99

MercoBox Keychain Free Gift

There were also gift cards to a few Utah-based companies including: Purse Dreams, The Wild Grape and Figaro Salon. Unfortunately, I don’t be able to use these gift cards, so I am not counting them toward the total value of the box.

Thoughts: I am really impressed with this box and I am impressed with how many great small businesses there are in Utah. The value is also really impressive at over $49.

What did you think about the March 2014 MercoBox?