Cruelty-Free Beauty Boxes

I’ve been #blessed with trying out the 3 most popular cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes for the past few months.

Subscription boxes are a great way to find new cruelty-free brands and products, not to mention they’re a really sweet surprise delivered straight to your mailbox every month.

So let’s see what each box has to offer!

Cruelty-Free Beauty Boxes

All 3 of the boxes above are the February boxes. We have Petit Vour, Vegan Cuts, and LaRitzy. Note: As of August 2016, LaRitzy no longer offers a subscription box.

Cruelty-Free Beauty Boxes

Petit Vour

4 items


4-5 items

Vegan Cuts

4-7 items

Cruelty-Free Beauty Boxes

Petit Vour


Click here to subscribe to Petit Vour.

I’ve personally had very good luck with Petit Vour’s boxes. They offer the best value (only $15 a month) and always include products from brands I love. I find that they’re really good at curating their boxes. The 4 products you’ll find in every box are generally deluxe samples, but they throw in full-size items occasionally as well.

They focus on luxury beauty, and you can mostly expect to receive makeup and skincare products. Everything is 100% vegan and cruelty-free, of course.

Another cool thing about Petit Vour is their beautiful online store, where you can purchase full-size products of the samples you love. They offer a 20% discount every time you shop through them! And their website is seriously gorgeous.

A monthly box is $15 shipped to the USA. For Canadians, the total cost is $23 a month. For international readers, unfortunately I don’t believe they ship worldwide yet.

Petit Vour is for you if…

You’re a beauty junkie looking for an affordable cruelty-free box.

Take a look at my previous Petit Vour box reviews:

Vegan Cuts


Click here to subscribe to Vegan Cuts.

What I like about this box is the nice variety of products they offer. They’re not limited to makeup and skincare, and I’ve even received vegan toothpaste in the December box above. This month, the box featured a makeup item, a skincare item, a hair item, and a fragrance.

If you like variety and you’re willing to spend a little bit more, it’s a great vegan box. They generally include 4 to 7 items per box, and everything is 100% vegan.

For US residents, this subscription costs $22.95 a month. For Canada, add $9. They do ship internationally for extra $15 per box.

Vegan Cuts is for you if…

You want a practical vegan box with a variety of products.

Take a look at my last Vegan Box review:



Click here to subscribe to LaRitzy. Sorry guys, LaRitzy no longer offers subscription boxes!

LaRitzy is a relatively new vegan box in the game. They were initially an all-natural subscription box and they quickly upgraded to also being a 100% vegan beauty box.

At $24.99 per box, the price point is a little bit more steep comapred to other boxes. They generally include 4-5 items in every box, most of them being skin and body care items in my experience. The cool part is that they sometime sneak in a full-size item! For instance, I’ve received 2 full-size natural deodorants from LaRitzy recently.

They include a lot of lesser known brands, but I’ve also received some nice products from established brands like Juice Beauty, Strange Invisible, and Trust Fund Beauty.

LaRitzy is for you if…

You love natural vegan products and don’t mind to splurge.

Which box is your favorite?

  • These all look great boxes but I’ve recently discovered another one Love Lula

  • Thank you for comparing these! I have been considering trying out a box like this!

  • Ah this is so helpful, thanks!

  • I love that there is a selection of cruelty-free boxes now. It’s so great to promote and share vegan products. Thanks for reviewing them all together so I can see the differences and compare.


  • moxiereviews

    The only box that I haven’t tried is LaRitzy, which sounds great. Thank you for the review of this! xo

  • Brianna

    Suzi, i applaud you for your diligent work in promoting crueltyfree & vegan products. As i am a crueltyfree vegan trainsitioning from mainstream cosmetics to cf/v i am finding the entire process overwhelming. For instance, in my online researching i keep seeing that the brand e.l.f. is cf/v however while at Walmart this week, i picked up an e.l.f. product and in tiny print on the back of the package it says MADE IN CHINA! China’s laws insist on animal testing so how can e.l.f. claim to be cf/v? … i definitely want to buy MADE IN USA products, it’s the third component of cf/v/usa for me, not only because of China’s laws on animal testing, but also i want products made in my own country, to ensure quality ingredients, and jobs for my own neighbors and countrymen. …. i am FED UP with ‘made in china’. Perhaps in your future reviews you could clue us in to WHERE the companies & products you are promoting come from?

  • Molly

    This is great. I was just looking at Vegan Cuts online but couldn’t remember the other cosmetic subscription service names… I don’t have an issue with a product being non-vegan though… I like Petit Vour and I think I will try it. I think I will also order a discounted prior month Vegan Cuts box…and maybe subscribe to another, if I find one. I’m going to look up the other two mentioned in the comments.

  • Francesca Michetti Keltner

    Hi Suzi – I found a new a new vegan subscription…Love Goodly!