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They make only 200 of each design, so you’ll always have a unique way to cover your phone.
Raw Spice Bar seeks out unique spices and flavors from around the world and sends you three flavor kits with recipe ideas.
8. Presents for your dog from Bark Box.
Bark Box is filled with treats, toys, and chews for your dog (customized to their size, allergies, and other needs). If they end up really like a specific treat one month, you can find all the products ever included on the website. Plus, 10% of their proceeds go to shelters and rescues across the country, and they donate toys and treats to fundraisers and charities.
13. Organic and all-natural snacks from Love With Food.
Love With Food has three different organic, all-natural snack box options: Tasting, Deluxe, or Gluten-free. Plus, they donate one meal per box to hungry children in America (or two, if you get the deluxe or gluten-free). They’ve donated over 400,000 meals so far.
Price: Starting at $7.99/month
Homegrown Collective aims to help people be more self-sustaining and eco-consious by providing you with things you can grow (or make) that reflect the current season (for example, natural ingredients to make shower vapor discs during flu season).
Darby Smart is an online company with ideas, supplies, and products for anyone who enjoys crafting, including a monthly subscription crafting kit. Some of the past projects have been stamped jewelry, wood burned cutting boards, and ink blot coasters.
With Dollar Shave Club, you can either build your *own* box or select bundles, filling your gift box with razors and products for shaving, styling, moisturizing, and cleaning.
Price: Starts at $1/month
Color Me Monthly sends you a nail polish each month based on the current trends for the season. All the nail polishes are environmentally responsible (with no toxic chemicals and animal testing).