Unlike many other beauty bloggers, I have not yet subscribed to any natural Beauty boxes existing on the market. There are a few available, and well, choosing the right one at the right price does not sound too easy.
I came across Vegan Cuts, a US company that appears like a big marketplace for all the vegan lovers: clothing, beauty, accessories, food…you can search and find quite a lot! They offer monthly Beauty boxes and healthy Snack boxes...all Vegan too, and needless to say, I saw some pretty amazing deals too!
The beauty box curator Danielle kindly sent me the October beauty box to test (oops, I received it much later due to postal error) and here is what's inside:
Lotus Wei Quiet mind serum
Perfect timing for this serum which aims at relaxing body and mind thanks to a subtle blend of safflower oil with hand-collected flowers essences, harmonising essential oils and gem essence of kyanite. This is my favorite product of the box! Looking foward to trying it!
I got a few skincare samples of this brand. I am still not sure whether this brand is 100% natural, so will have to look it up before I can say more.
Floss Gloss Pro nail lacquer
I got the Picnic colour which is a sort of dark plum/burgundy colour. Perfect for fall/winter. Have yet to try it.
Lovinah coffee bean-illa energizing body scrub
This hand-crafted body scrub contains a pretty awesome blend that is aiming at giving you a brand new and smooth skin. It includes some nice exotic ingredients such as Ethiopian coffee, Malawi raw cane sugar mixed with a touch of Madagascar vanilla beans. I am pretty eager to try it, and although I am not a coffee drinker, I really love the smell of a good coffee aroma!
Overall, I love the idea of receiving a curated natural beauty box at home. Vegan Cuts beauty boxes are a fanstastic way to explore the green beauty world: you test before purchasing full size, you don't overspend and no commitment at all. Retailing at less than 20 dollars/month and free shipping for all US residents (and for an additional 15$, shipping internationally).
What do you think? Do you receive any beauty boxes?