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When I started using cloth diapers on my babies back in 2009 my motivation was to save money; what I didn’t anticipate was how aware I would be when it came to the cleaning products that I use and what I put on my family’s skin. I call myself semi-crunchy, as in a mix a little Western medicine in with my essential oils and will use when it’s needed (disinfecting purposes) but when it comes to cleaning products, I’d rather use brands that aren’t filled with chemicals. Since we shop for groceries primarily at Aldi and Costco, I have to make an extra trip to Target to buy my cleaning supplies and soaps. I hate going to the grocery store and buying everyday, non-fun products. It’s boring and when you’ve got a business to run, a household to manage and kids to care for I do not have the time. So I usually wait until the very last minute and then there’s a mad dash to Target to buy my Mrs Meyer’s, Seventh Generation or Method dish soap. Then, I met Grove Collaborative.
What is Grove Collaborative?
Grove Collaborative is kind of like a subscription service but for natural and eco-friendly products. I can purchase a lot of my favorite brands through Grove Collaborative and because of their flexible shipping schedule I can adjust it to my needs. Plus, their prices are competitive with Target’s and the other random store I frequent. Another reason why I like Grove Collaborative is because of their mission statement,
We work in collaboration with partner brands that share our values and vision. Everything you’ll find here meets the Grove Standard:
- Uncompromisingly healthy.
- Beautifully effective.
- Sustainably minded.
- Amazingly affordable.
Some of the brands that I love to use and are on Grove Collaborative are:
- Mrs. Meyer’s
- Seventh Generation
- Zarbee’s Naturals
- Dr. Bronner’s
- Yes To
- SMARTY PANTS
And many more where that came from!
Aside from selling products that I trust and their status as a B-Corp (remember, Stonyfield’s a B-Corp) Grove also really knows how to pamper their customers. This month is just as good as any! Click here to get the kit FREE when you sign up for Grove and place your first order of $20. Here’s what’s in the set:
How does Grove Collaborative work?
It’s pretty simple to sign up and use Grove Collaborative.
Sign up for Grove Collaborative here. You will receive the Method Essentials Kit for free when you sign up! Existing customers will receive a free set of Grove walnut scrubber sponges.
To receive this offer, your order needs to be a minimum of $20. Choose the combination of products and scents you love and receive your first box within a few days.
You made it! Click Finish & Pay and place your order.
You will receive an email before your next shipment is scheduled so you can make adjustments or change your scheduling preferences.
What’s a VIP at Grove Collaborative?
Thankfully, with this offer you’ll receive 60 days of VIP perks for free. I recently signed up as a VIP and I’m so excited to save money on shipping! Along with the free shipping, VIPs get free gifts, price-matching, and exclusive service. Like I said, I already bought my VIP membership without the 60 day trial, although, maybe I should’ve waited…Nope, too impulsive and I don’t regret it one bit.
I don’t know, maybe I’ve been a mom for too long where the little things in life like cleaning products that smell good and look pretty mean so much to me? Or maybe I’m this money saving genius? Whatever the case I have been really impressed with the customer service and products at Grove Collaborative. Check out their site and watch the Facebook Live I did with the kids when we opened our first Grove Collaborative box. As always, let me know if you have questions!
The offer ends at midnight this Sunday, June 11th!
Bert Anderson is a blogger and social media manager mom of three living outside of the Twin Cities in Minnesota. She’s the author behind the blog First Time Mom, where she honestly chronicles the peaks and valleys of parenting. Even though she has more than one child, Bert maintains that whether you have one child or 19, there’s a first time for everything. She’s a lover of coffee, conversations, pop culture, healthy living and fitness.