15 Sustainable Subscription Boxes To Give & Get

Get everything from zero waste essentials to skincare and home goods delivered straight to your door with these sustainable subscription boxes. When you order one of these eco-friendly subscription boxes, you're getting mindfully curated boxes made for green living. What a great way to discover new eco-friendly products! And they make the perfect gift idea too!

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Best Sustainable Subscription Boxes

1. Let’s Go Eco

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Passion is what you will find at Let’s Go Eco, this company loves the environment and wants to make it last for generations to come. They bring you the best eco-conscious products in one subscription box! All the items are selected based on their commitment to sustainability, low waste, minimal to no plastic, and ethical practices.

You can also shop for eco-friendly items right from their site if a subscription box isn’t for you, or you want to buy more of the products you have received in the box.

The box itself is thoughtfully packaged as all the orders come with carbon-free shipping and are shipped 100% plastic free. The boxes are seasonally (every 3 months) ordered and are filled with items that line up with the season so you will absolutely love everything that you get.

Also, love the fact that you can purchase past boxes, take a look at the Summer 2022 box, it's well worth it! Let's Go Eco was voted the best eco-friendly box of 2022. Boxes are worth $150-$200 and offer savings of 30-60% off regular retail prices.

what's in the box?

  • Between 7 – 10 Items 
  • A variety of items ranging from kitchen to personal care
  • At least one food or beverage item 
  • At least one fashion item 

2. The Good Lane

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We love homegrown companies so it’s no wonder that The Good Lane made the list! Based out of Cochrane Alberta, Canada this new company will quickly become your next favorite subscription box.

Born from a simple idea in 2020 to support small businesses that have a focus on eco-friendly materials, Brenna, the founder, has created a company that is earth-friendly, gives back, and supports small businesses who are prioritizing people and the planet.

On The Good Lane you'll find products from companies who are fair trade, B-corp certified and more — ranging from home goods and accessories like jewelry, hair ties, tote bags, and scarves to personal wellness items like bath salts and reusable facial pads to name a few.

Want to shop for items by a specific value, you can select one of the many categories they have and find individual items featured in boxes for purchase. Use code THEECOHUB for 10% off.

what's in the box?

  • 5-8 products that have sustainability in mind 
  • Each box contains a feature from a Canadian artist 
  • One eco-friendly swap to a product you likely already have 
  • A mix of home goods, jewelry, beauty, and more

3. Package Free Shop

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This company provides the most sustainable versions of products that are used in our daily lives. The Package Free Shop features products that are either zero or minimal packaging so they can eliminate single-use plastic from everyday life. Everything sold here is created to encourage daily changes and support our planet. 

Everything is sourced from brands that are committed to real change in our environment, and all the brands that they use must adhere to their Package Free standard. You will find that all the products can be reused, refilled, composted, or recycled and are shipped to you 100% plastic free. 

Thier sustainable box subscription, which is mailed out monthly, works differently than a traditional subscription box, you can choose whatever products you want, choose the frequency, and how many items you want. This box makes the perfect zero-waste gift for someone who is just starting thier eco journey.

You will save 15% off each order and you can set it and forget it with auto-ship. If you want to add or remove items from your subscription you just go to your preferences and adjust the order, you can also skip orders if you don’t need anything.

what's in the box?

  • Completely customizable 
  • Choose from laundry items 
  • Home cleaning 
  • Dental care 
  • Personal hygiene
  • Cosmetics 

4. Conscious Step

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Conscious Step is on a mission on embracing slow fashion and giving you a chance to buy better long-lasting clothing. They sell sustainably made socks, and yes you can get this in a subscription! I think one of the best parts about this company is they have given back over $800,000 to non-profit partners.

The socks sold here are organic, Fair Trade-certified cotton, and vegan certified as well, the paper tags and boxes are made from recycled materials, so their impact is incredibly low. They are also certified with GOTS, 1% for the planet, and OEKO-Tex. 

When you subscribe to Conscious Step you get a preselected style of sock that is aligned with the highlighted cause each month. However monthly subscriptions are able to pick out the style they receive by managing their subscription. The subscription plan can come every month for either a 6- or 12-month period and start at $78 (current pricing).

What’s in the box

  • A pair of socks that will come every month for 6 to 12 months 
  • Each month will feature a pair of socks that support a specific cause like childhood cancer, plant trees, and protect endangered animals.

5. Life Without Plastic

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Founded in 2006 Life Without Plastic aims to do exactly what its name says by producing non-plastic products and raising awareness about the environmental issues we face caused by fossil-fuel-derived plastics.

Owners Jay and Chantal have always had the ambition of reducing plastic in the world, the creation of their company came from searching for an alternative to plastic baby bottles, and when they could only find one company that could do that but only in bulk, they knew they had to do something about the gap in the market. 

The eco subscription box is filled with high-quality plastic-free items that range from personal care to home goods, be on the lookout because some items are exclusives and you’ll be among the first to try them!

The boxes come in one-time purchases or seasonally, you can customize each box but make sure you do this before the payment for your box comes out (every three months).

what's in the box?

  • One focal point of the box 
  • Two products from a list of essential items 
  • Two seasonal items 

6. Try The World

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The concept of this box is to bring other countries right to your home, Try The World offers you a box of chef-curated international foods that have recipes and cultural items like stories to give you the best cultural experience.

The items found in the box are sourced from the originating country and the brand makes the best effort it can to only work with small and family-owned companies. They want to make the boxes as authentic as possible, using sustainable practices. 

You can choose from two types of boxes, world countries or snacks, each with the option of shipping monthly, quarterly, bi-annually, or yearly. You can also choose to gift a box to a loved one! A great idea for a holiday gift, or for an upcoming birthday. The box starts at $29 for snacks and $49 for countries.

What’s in the box?

  • A curated selection of gourmet food from around the world 
  • 5-8 products in each box 
  • All-natural products 
  • The snack box contains products that are both salty and sweet

7. Wearwell

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Founded by two friends over dinner, Wearwell is on a mission to change the way we shop so that we can change the way our clothing is made. Wearwell only works with brands that have workers’ rights and the environment in mind, they carefully select brands that bare certifications like Fair Trade, GOTS Certified, OEKO-TEX standard 100, and are a B-corp.

This company embodies its values and has made sure its partners are size inclusive, cares about racial and social justice, and maintains ethical and sustainable sourcing

What Wearwell does differently is that they don’t necessarily offer you a box but rather a subscription to the best and most sustainable fashion, jewelry, accessories, and home brands.

They have a really unique platform and offer three types of memberships, non-member which only gives you access to ethical and sustainable brands, monthly gives you a lot more perks like 10% off all purchases and rewards for shopping, and the annual gives you all the monthly benefits plus first access to new products and $70 in perks.

what's in the box?

  • 10% off purchases 
  • Free shipping
  • Access to sustainable brands
  • Exclusive discounts 
  • Rewards for shopping 
  • Free styling session 

8. Lofttan

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Lofttan is an Indigenous, female-owned company with headquarters in the heart of the Niagara region on traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishnaabe people.

The Holiday BlingBOX includes pieces from their convertible, multi-wear jewelry line which uses traditional Indigenous (and high-vibe) materials, you can choose gold or silver.

Every single piece is unique and absolutely stunning. Lofttan is a love project for founder April Mitchell-Boudreau. Each box is curated with sustainability in mind, with a portion of the sales from each box going to the Lydia Ruth Fund, which provides scholarships in the Arts for Indigenous students. Spreading a little sparkle is always the goal at Lofttan!

What's most exciting is that this box will also include exclusive and limited edition pieces that you are sure to fall in love with!

what's in the box?

  • Petite Neleigha oval champagne crystal strand
  • Detachable oval crystal pendant
  • 18” stainless herringbone chain (gold or silver)
  • 24” delicate stainless chain (gold or silver)
  • 25mm pendant  8 Fold path 24k gold or Sterling silver plated

9. Earthlove

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The Earthlove sustainable and eco-friendly subscription box is all about living better while loving the earth. You will find 6-8 full-size products in every seasonal, beautifully curated box, and one really good book!

You can choose from a variety of categories like wellness, beauty, gardening, apparel, home decor, and more.

Boxes will arrive at your door in 100% biodegradable and sustainable packaging. Even their inks are algae-based, which is much better for the environment. Each season's sustainable subscription box offers a range that is sustainably made and sourced from fair trade, ethical, cruelty-free, and vegan brands.

Earthlove also supports makers, artisans, and small businesses in Canada and the USA, along with eco-initiatives around the world. They are a member of 1% for the Planet too.

A subscription costs $94.95 (on sale when this blog was originally published). The items listed below are from the

what's in the box?

  • Books of the season
  • Organic Microgreens Growing Kit by Urban Leaf 
  • Set of Organic Produce Bags by Lotus Sustainables
  • Upcycled Scuba Necklace by Gogh Jewelry
  • Seasonal Food Art Print by Spirit Wild Farm 
  • Sage Stick by Juniper Ridge 
  • Daily Superfood Blend by STAMBA
  • Pearl Rose Lip & Cheek Tint by Sea Witch Botanicals

10. Ecocentric Mom

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If you are a new mom or know someone who is expecting, the Ecocentric Mom sustainable subscription box is simply superb. Every month you will get a selection of eco-friendly products that are matched to your stage of motherhood.

Mama can expect 4-6 products each month. 2-3 items are to pamper mom (think beauty & wellness!) and 2-3 of the items are pregnancy or baby-specific. You can look forward to items like cleansing towelettes, journals, bath soaks, nipple ointment, travel mugs, and so much more.

Each box is curated with care. Food and snacks are always GMO-free, the beauty items are always natural and free from harsh chemicals, and the products are always cruelty-free and mostly vegan. Kids' clothing is almost always organic. The cost of the box is $34.99, available at Cratejoy.

They are also a proud member of 1% for the Planet.

what's in the box?

  • EVERY box includes: 1 happiness activity plus 7 self-care wellness products (i.e., aromatherapy, natural/organic bath, body, skincare products, and other lifestyle goodies!)

11. Plant Subscription Box

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These are the best sustainable subscription boxes for the gardener! Choose from a wide variety of plant companies all delivering plants, cacti, and succulents to your door!

What an excellent way to spread plant joy! I am thinking this is a perfect eco-friendly gift idea, and Mother's Day is just around the corner! They even have boxes that offer plants that are safe for pets.

Prices start as low as $15 per month. Sign me up!

what's in the box?

  • Unique and quirky succulent of the month
  • Chosen container to pair with your succulent

12. Nomadik Camping Subscription Box

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Nomadik offers subscription boxes for outdoor camping enthusiasts. I wanted to include this box because it's geared toward getting you more inspired to be in nature with a monthly challenge—which we all need more than ever right now. It's packed full of goodies to make your next camping trip a breeze! Adventure experts (how do you get that job?) work hard to find the latest gear!

Each month you will discover epic gear. Get new gear that's seasonally tailored to your interests. Boxes start at $29.99, and Nomadik says you are guaranteed to save at least $50 compared to retail prices. You can choose from three subscriptions: one month, 6 months, or 12 months.

Hey, if you love camping, make sure you check out the Ultimate Zero Waste Camping Guide!

what's in the box?

  • Depends on the box
  • Cooling Towel
  • Bug Defense Wipes
  • Hurricane Matches
  • Hammock + Straps

13. Sitti

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“Sitti” [Si'-TEE], which means “my grandma” in Arabic, is a social enterprise that aims to empower and restore hope to refugee communities through the making of olive oil soap and an expanded line of consciously crafted lifestyle products inspired by the traditions of the community. 

Sitti is a certified women-owned, and purpose-driven brand committed to the self-reliance of refugee and displaced communities providing long-term income-generating opportunities and skill development training empowered by an inclusive global economy.

Sitti was co-founded in 2014 by local Toronto resident, Noora Sharrab, CEO of Sitti and co-founder and the Middle East regional director of Hopes for Women in Education, an international NGO, and American Jacqueline Sofia, CCO/CIO of Sitti.  The two co-founders partnered with several skilled female artisans in the Jerash Refugee Camp community in Jordan to create Sitti.

The Sitti product line, which began with a signature square bar of handmade, cold-pressed olive oil soap, has since grown to a line of 21+ popular lifestyle products, including curated products through partnerships with mission-driven brand names.

Their subscription boxes have different themes, from women-owned brands to World Refugee Day to farm-to-face products. Below is what's included in the Woman-Owned box.

what's in the box?

  • Nomz, Paume
  • Keep Leaf
  • This Bag Helps
  • Three Ships Beauty
  • Tease Tea
  • Bogobrush
  • JingWell + Sitti Product

14. Get The Bag

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Get The Bag's Boss Lady Boxes are inspired by Black-owned businesses from the past and present. They are curated by tastemakers for today's Black women business owners. These subscription boxes provide essential visibility to Black women business owners. The box is packed full of goodies as well as professional self-development tools.

Each box comes with some pretty awesome stuff like yummy munchies for that snack attack. A drink like coffee or tea. A self-care book, office swag to keep you organized, self-care products, and subscriber-only access to webinars and education on how to be your own BOSS. The price is $69.99!

Each box will deliver a new theme of 4-6 high-quality products. Founder Gloria Ware says, "My mission is to aspiring and existing Black women business owners the financial information and funding resources they need to be successful in business and to promote their goods and services to increase sales."

what's in the box?

  • An exclusive learning opportunity to power up your finances
  • Snacks
  • Tea, coffee, or a supplement mix
  • A business, leadership, or self-care book
  • Office or work-from-home swag to keep you organized
  • A self-care item
  • Subscriber-only access to webinars

15. The Good Newspaper

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The Goodnewspaper is a wonderful way to brighten up your day! Full of good news stories carefully curated to leave you feeling hopeful, the Goodnewspaper also makes a great eco friendly gift for the holidays. 

Developed by a team of artists, activists, and journalists, every issue also contains practical action steps to help readers find easy ways to make a difference and get involved, as well as beautiful art including a fold-out centerfold poster illustrated by guest artists, featuring an inspiring quote.

Past guest artists include the likes of Danielle Coke (@ohhappydani), Carra Sykes, and Morgan Harper Nichols. 

Subscribe for yourself or gift a 3, 6, or 12-month subscription, and when you are done reading your copy, share it with friends and family, leave it at a local coffee shop or recycle it in your blue bin.

Since it is printed on recycled paper using soy-based inks you can easily shred it up and toss it into your compost bin, or maybe repurpose it to clean windows first. 

Whatever you choose to do with it when you are finished with it, you can rest assured that the people behind The Goodnewspaper are doing their part to give back too!

Good Good Good is a proud 1% for the Planet member and a founding member of Climate Neutral. As such they account for and offset 100% of their carbon footprint while working to reduce total emissions. 

With the support of subscribers, they have donated over 35,000 copies of the Goodnewspaper to hospitals and classrooms across the United States so far. 

There is so much to love here and don’t forget to check out their free newsletter for good news emails right to your inbox!

Why consider eco-friendly and sustainable subscription boxes?

With COVID, it's so hard to go out and shop. I am not a huge shopper, but I do like to browse every once in a while and I have not done that in over a year! So with social distancing, subscription boxes can be a very practical way to get something fun delivered to your door safely.

Eco-friendly subscription boxes also make really great gifts. I mean, let's be honest: who doesn't love getting mail and opening a treasure box?

These small businesses all provide useful products that you might not have been exposed to before. Each of them is curated specifically based on your needs and lifestyle. I really love that! I chose a wide range of boxes, so I hope you can find something you love.

A subscription service that sends its boxes directly to the consumer is cutting out the middleman, eliminating an entire stage of transport, as well as cutting back on the resources needed to stock something in a storefront location.

If you’re having items shipped in bulk, you’re also saving the gas you might use on repeated shopping trips, as well as the materials needed to package items for non-bulk sales in the store.

Do you have a favorite sustainable subscription box? Drop their name in the comments below.

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