They recently had a special where you could get a box for free and just pay shipping. Of course I jumped on that offer.
I knew that there might be some items in the box that would not be useful to me since I'm not a Utah resident. I was interested enough to give it a try though since the price was right.
Regularly a monthly box is $19.99 and a 3-month subscription is $56.97
I paid just $9.92 which was the cost of shipping.
I thought this was a really nicely filled box. All of the items are interesting and of good quality. I'm not sure why the cost of shipping is so high. I would not like to pay that extra $10 over and above the cost of the box.
Razieh's Wrinkle Free Obsession Cream - $4
Razieh's skin care products do not contain any harmful ingredients. The cream is very unique in the sense that you only need one product to take care of fine lines, wrinkles, cellulite, stretch marks and scars all over the body.
This product is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients.
WELL - I hope this works! I will be young again.
A very nice assortment of discounts!
15% off at Raziehs
$5 at Edible Wilds
$15 at Seagrape
$5 at Heavenly Hygienics
$15 at The Wild Grape
$15 at Figaro Salon
$25 at Purse Dreams
$15 at Q Clothing
A rubber key chain that says
Make Local Habit
Heavenly Hygienics Cherub Balm Lotion Bar - $3.99
This has a delicious scent and is very soft to the touch. The bar itself has an imprint of angel wings on it.
Sea Grape Bath and Body Relaxed Mama Tea - $8.50
This is a nice sized package of herbal tea. I will add it to my growing collection.
Q Clothing Boutique Scarf - $28
Infinity scarf in a cute pattern. This is probably the main item of the box since it's the most expensive. It's a really nice item! I am not one of the few who can really pull off the scarf look so this will be gifted to my daughter.
This brownie mix is gluten-free, dairy free and nut free. The flour is made from native edible wildflower seeds. They harvest seeds from wildflowers from the valleys in Utah. Then they grind the seeds into a fine flour that delivers a rich, dark unique flavor.
I'm very interested in trying this out! I've been eating alot of gluten-free products that are mostly made from brown rice flour and we've been using almond and coconut flour for quite awhile now. I have never heard of making flour from wildflower seeds. Now I'm really curious to see what these will taste like. I think I need to check out this company's web site and maybe put that gift card to use!
If you would like to check out the Merco Box site, please visit www.mercobox.com
~~ Sharon ~~