Petit Vour is — I’m fairly sure — the best cruelty-free and vegan subscription box available. For $15 a month for US residents, you can get your own selection of vegan goodies and deluxe samples shipped straight to your door every month. The cost for Canadian and International residents is a little more steep at $23 and $30 a month respectively. The benefit of Petit Vour is that it allows you to try a myriad of 100% vegan products that were hand-picked. Bluntly put: they’re less likely to suck!
First of all, let’s take a moment to swoon over how beautiful the box itself is. Something about receiving a bright pink package in the mail just makes it that much more special, and Petit Vour’s branding is fab. “Be bold, be kind” is a wonderful motto!
Now that we got that out of the way, shall we move onto the products? June’s box features goodies from 100% Pure, Meow Meow Tweet, Fior Minerals, and Jacq’s Organics. We have a facial cleanser, a face mask, a cleansing brush, and an eyeliner.
1. Meow Meow Tweet Face Cleanser. This to me is the star of the show. It’s my first product from Meow Meow Tweet, and I love it. The main ingredient is sunflower oil, which I LOVE in cleansers! It’s kind of an emulsified, creamy consistency that has a light, herbal scent and cleanses your face without stripping it. Be sure to keep the pretty glass bottle! It makes for the perfect travel size, and it has a PUMP.
2. Fior Minerals Organic Eyeliner. The color I got is Brown Sugar, which is a very deep brown. It’s extremely creamy and pigmented. I love the consistency and not-quite-black color. It also stays put on my lids. Here’s a quick swatch for your guys! I hope you can tell exactly how pigmented and smooth it is.
3. Jacq’s Organics Green Smoothie Scrub & Mask. This is a clay face mask that’s also packed with quite a few goodies such as Sea Kelp and Raw Cacao. I haven’t had the pleasure of trying it so far, but it’s a powdered mask that you simply mix with water. Sounds promising.
4. 100% Pure Facial Cleansing Brush. Now my skin is quite sensitive and can’t tolerate any type of scrubbing. I use a chemical exfoliator and remove my makeup with a muslin cloth, which is about as much as I can handle before turning tomato red. But if you’re a Clarisonic (beware: not cruelty-free!) user or don’t have super sensitive skin, this is a great travel buddy for you. For me, I would have preferred something different from 100% Pure, like their cool blackberry mascara. I still love you, 100% Pure!
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