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Kinder Beauty Box July 2019 FULL Spoilers + Coupon!

We have full spoilers for the July 2019 Kinder Beauty Box! If you sign up now, this will be your first box.

Kinder Beauty Box is a box dedicated to delivering 100% vegan and cruelty-free products straight to your door each month. It is compassionately curated by Evanna Lynch and Daniella Monet, two animal lovers who also advocate for healthier beauty choices. Every detail of this subscription is eco-conscious from its 100% recyclable and biodegradable box to the eco-friendly soy-based ink used on the packaging.

Each July box includes:

  • Scentuals Sleep Well Mist Spray – $10.63
  • Dr. Botanicals Pomegranate Superfood Regenerating Sleeping Mask – $18.99
  • Bamboo Toothbrush from Koha Beauty – $3.80
  • ClayBrite White Non-Fluoride Toothpaste from Zion Health – $7.49
  • Timeless Organics CoQ10 Age Defying Lotion – $19.99
  • Folly Fire Lipstick in Full House – $15

The Subscription Box: Kinder Beauty Box

The Cost: $24.00 a month + free US shipping, $22/month for a 3 month subscription, $19.95/month for a 6 month subscription.

Coupon: Use code MSA_KINDER to get a free bonus item with your first box!

The Products: Over $65 value of 100% Vegan and Cruelty-free products including skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.

Ships to: US & Worldwide

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Comments (13)

  1. I cannot say enough of how much I’m loving this lipstick. It feels so soft on my lips like nothing is on them. I just tried it on and I don’t know how long it’ll last, but it is definitely a win in my book. I can’t wait to see what other colors they have! In regards to the toothpaste, I cannot use conventional toothpastes, i.e. Crest, Colgate, etc. Since I have changed to an all natural toothpaste, I have found that I have less cavities and my breath is much better. Also, many city water departments do add fluoride into the water treatment, so I’d look into if you already are getting the fluoride you need. This box has actually impressed me the most so far (I’ve only received 3) and I cannot wait to try the sleep mask–in my fridge now!–the toothbrush and the pillow and linen spray. I’ve used similar ones and they do help me sleep. It’ll be interesting to see the difference.

  2. This is a great box!

    Fluoride free toothpaste is not new. It has been around for ages. Fluoride has been linked to several health issues like thyroid dysfunction, bone cancer, osteoarthritis, neurological issues etc. I try to avoid it because I have severe thyroid disease and don’t need it to become even worse, but I think it comes down to being a personal preference or avoiding because you have health concerns or disease that may be worsened by fluoride

  3. We spit our flouride out though. More worried about the trace pharmaceuticals in out water supply as well as dangerous bacteria often found through testing.

  4. Does anyone know what the free bonus item is with a new subscription?

    • In mine, it was a full-size spray bottle of B-12 vitamin.

  5. Wow! As a current subscriber, I give this 👍👍. I love that the products are practical and useful…most excited about the sleep mist and 💄.
    I feel like the sleep mask might be overkill for me personally (my skin is balanced and acne), but I think my mom would love it.

  6. Can someone explain why this new “Non-Fluoride” toothpaste has turned into such a thing? It seems like we would WANT that in there, not lacking it. I don’t understand. What’s the benefit of not including it?

    • Fluoride is more dangerous than plutonium. There are studies on it since WWll. It is a terrible chemical the cause neurological problems, breaks down dna, decays your organs and can kill you in high doses.

      • high doses being the key word though.

      • go to snopes dot com, a fact checking website, and search for fluoride toxicity or flouride poisoning and you will find the article about how flouride became thought as of a neurotoxin. It is not true.

        In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency maintains a list of chemicals approved as non-toxic under the Toxic Substances Control Act, and they regulate standards for levels of human-made and natural contaminants in water under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Many of the approved chemicals taken in high doses will become a neurotoxin. Drinking too much water all at once can kill you too.

        It is easy to see how this idea that flouride is a neurotoxin can be believed. It was published on many websites people trust. But it is still misinformation. Read the snopes analysis and you can see the errors, all fact checked with the supporting evidence linked, and see how this theory spread.

        Snopes is a great tool for keeping a handle on what information you’re getting is true, possible or false, which is important in the world we live in today.

      • Broccoli has enough arsenic to kill you in high doses.
        Increased national health over the past 65 years has been directly linked to adding fluoride to our drinking water and dental hygiene. Either way toothpaste gets spit out. Nobody is EATING 18 pounds of toothpaste in a 24 hour period and if they are, I posit that they have other issues to contend with.
        Rant over.

    • Not sure but I never thought I’d have to be so careful when trying to choose a toothpaste. As someone with thinning of the enamel (before age 40) the one thing my dentist tells me every visit is fluoride fluoride fluoride. When I ask her what the deal is with this trend she just shrugs and shakes her head….

  7. I received Timeless Organics’ CoQ10 Age Defying Lotion once from Kloverbox and it’s now my go-to every day morning moisturizer — it’s an excellent product!

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