Sunday Shoutout | Marleys Monsters


This week’s recommendation is a company based on family and sustainability.

Marley’s Monsters, which was established by the Marley’s mom in Oregon, specialises in creating gorgeous re-usable household, childcare and beauty items, including facial rounds, towels, nursing pads and baby bibs.

Think about it beauties – how many facial wipes do you go through per month, and how much cheaper AND more eco-friendly would it be if you could just wash them out and reuse them again and again? Now parents, consider all your baby needs that could save you a lot of cash if you could get multiple uses from them? Well, here’s a company that caters to that. Let’s face it – parenting costs enough as it is! They also have a range of gorgeous gift sets that are perfect for any upcoming baby showers or birthdays!

Here’s a brief selection of items they offer on their website and etsy store (all links below).

face wipes

Re-Usable Facial Wipes (20 / €12)


Make your own lotions & potions in these bottles – BPA free HDPE plastic. Choose your own design (€6.46)

nursing pads

Re-Usable nursing pads – print of your choice! (10/ €20.31)


Nursing Mama Gift Set: Mug, Nursing Pads & Mama’s Tea


Wet Bag With Snaps – Print of your choice!

What product are you loving on their site?

* I am in no way affiliated with this company. I am not receiving any form of compensation for this review.

Marley’s Monsters Website

Marley’s Monsters Etsy

Marley’s Monsters Facebook

Marley’s Monsters Instagram


3 thoughts on “Sunday Shoutout | Marleys Monsters

  1. Nena says:

    Love the reusable facial wipes! I have seen that in another blog and thought about doing them, but still not very handy with sewing:p It is great to support a company like this and buy from them. Thanks for sharing the info:)

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    • mirrorthelove says:

      Thank you so much for your comment!! This company really seems excellent – plus I love supporting independent eco-friendly business people! I understand totally about sewing. Have you tried by hand or on a machine? I actually find by hand can be a LOT easier for some projects, especially when they’re smaller and more finicky. Xx

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