Petit Vour Beauty Box is a vegan, non-toxic, cruelty free monthly subscription box. It costs $15 per month and contains mostly deluxe sized samples and some full sized products. Petit Vour is the second beauty box I subscribed to and I’ve been receiving it since November 2015. I’ve gotten some pretty cool products in past boxes and have even added some of them to my beauty routine.
In April’s box I received:
100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Satin Eye Shadow in Belize- RV $25
Ursa Major Fortifying Face Balm- RV $9.50 (Full size, $36)
Kumari River Bath & Body Oil- RV $8.50 (Full size, $34)
Juara Hand & Nail Balm- RV $2.50 (Full size, $25)
I was so excited when I opened April’s box and saw that I am now the proud owner of a second 100% Pure product. They create makeup without using chemical preservatives, artificial fragrances, and synthetic chemicals and use fruits and veggies to pigment their products. This eye shadow is such a wonderful shimmery rose gold colour. I love the smooth the texture of this product and how easily it blends. I would recommend using a primer as it creased a bit when I wore it without one. This is my favourite item in the box. Swatched in natural sunlight on the left and my warm kitchen lighting on the right.
The Ursa Major Face Balm has such a unique scent. It’s very herbaceous and floral. The product squeezes out of the tube a watery, milky sort of colour and feels slightly tacky right after application, but it absorbs quickly and dries matte. This face balm is very lightweight and moisturizing.
I’m really trying to give oils a chance now that I’ve realized that not everything is going to clog my pores and make me break out. I tried the Kumari River Bath & Body Oil after a shower and was happy with the product. Like other body oils I’ve used, it takes a bit of time to absorb into the skin. This oil smells of a mix of flowers and herbs. It left my skin feeling very soft and hydrated.
I really enjoy the Juara Hand & Nail Balm. It smells like coconut tanning oil and makes my hands feel soft and smooth immediately. It absorbs very fast and dries with a slightly velvety feel. The product card that comes with the box boasts this product’s anti-aging and age correcting properties which I don’t expect to see from such a small sample of the product, but might show from long term use.
Overall, I like the Petit Vour Beauty Box. It’s the cheapest beauty box I subscribe to and I get to try four new luxury products in each box. They have a wonderful website and stock the full sized products that subscribers sample in the boxes along with many other vegan and non-toxic beauty and makeup products. They also offer rewards points for reviewing products and for non-subscription purchases. Petit Vour runs a monthly photo contest to win $50 to the PV Store. You can enter as many photos as you like by uploading the photos to Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and tagging #PetitVour and #veganbeauty
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I am not affiliated with Petit Vour. These are just my thoughts on April’s box.