The Vegan Kind Beauty Box is my bi-monthly treat to myself with makeup and skincare goodies that are cruelty-free and vegan. I signed up for the 6-month subscription back in February and loved the products in the February box so much that I wrote a review about it (beauty box Feb). The VeganKind beauty box April and May editions arrived a few weeks ago, so I’ve had some time to try out the products and gather my thoughts on each.
So here we go with my TheVeganKind beauty box review for April and May.
What’s Inside The Box?
I’m always happy to discover new brands in each TheVeganKind Beauty Box. This box was full of new discoveries and packed with a ton of kindness.
Skin Radiance Retinol Moisturiser Cream (RRP £14.99)
I love a good moisturiser and this one from the Scottish brand Skin Radiance is lovely and full-size. The Retinol Moisturiser Cream contains Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, and Premium Retinol, which is good for anti-aging, wrinkles, and hyperpigmentation. This cream is suitable for all skin types and hasn’t irritated my sensitive skin. Win-win!
Official B. Fan Brush (RRP £6.99)
I’ve spoken about my love for Offical B. skincare products before, but I haven’t tried their make up yet. So I was happy to see a Fan Brush from the brand in this beauty box edition. Fan brushes are great for gently applying setting powders, blushers, bronzers, and highlighters. A great brush for multiple uses.
SHOBU Indulgence Bath Bomb For The Shower (RRP £3)
Everyone loves bath bombs (even my nephew). They look and smell amazing, but I’ve always been a little jealous because I’m unable to get in and out of the bath. Roll-in showers are more my kind of thing. However, I’ve recently discovered shower bombs! I got a few LUSH shower bombs for Christmas from Allan, which I really liked. So I was happy to find a SHOBU Indulgence Bath Bomb for the shower in this beauty box. The shower bomb is infused with an aromatic blend of Chamomile, Clove and Cardamon which is perfect for a relaxing shower. The LUSH shower bombs I’ve tried can be placed underwater and then applied to your skin. With the SHOBU shower bomb, just place it on the shower floor and enjoy the relaxing aroma. Your own at-home spa experience I haven’t actually tried this yet, but I look forward to it.
PHB Ethical Beauty Superfood Brightening Serum (RRP £1.20)
From British brand, PHB Ethical Beauty, this superfood brightening serum “deeply penetrates the skin to help plump, firm and brighten”. It came in a little sachet sample, which gave me a few day’s worth of use. It’s made to be easily absorbed into the skin and packed with vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. It will plump, brighten, and firm up. What is not to love about that?
CODE Beautiful SSL Soft Smooth Lip Liner (RRP £18)
I’ve never heard of CODE Beautiful before so I was excited to try their soft smooth lip liner. It’s a 3-in-1 lip liner, lipstick and lip plumper and it has super clever self-sharpening technology. How cool is that? Especially as I’m unable to sharpen regular lip/eye pencils due to my muscle weakness. So I love that it will sharpen for me. The lip liner is a lovely soft blush shade and is great to apply and blend. It just glides on, which again makes it easier for me to use. LOVE IT!
BYBI Beauty Prime Time Facial Polish (RRP £24)
The most expensive product in this beauty box, worth £24, is this full-size Prime Time Facial Polish from BYBI Beauty which is amazing. This face scrub cleanses, exfoliates and preps the skin as well as removing dirt, and dead skin cells while being suitable for all skin types. Each time I use this, my skin feels super clean and fresh. Thumbs up from me!
TheVeganKind Beauty Box Review | April 2019
The total value of products in TheVeganKind beauty box April edition adds up to over £65. I spent £14.95 per box, so that works out to be a blooming awesome saving. I’ve loved trying all six products and will likely repurchase BYBI Beauty Prime Time Facial Polish, Skin Radiance Retinol Moisturiser Cream and the CODE Beautiful lip liner.
20p from every box sold is donated to Animal Free Research UK, which is a charity working on ways to replace animal product testing. TheVeganKind also has lifestyle boxes with vegan food, drinks, treats and a lifestyle product.
Are you interested in subscription boxes? Do you have a subscription box?