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Kinder Beauty Box Review + Coupon – April 2020

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.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

About Kinder Beauty Box

The Subscription Box: Kinder Beauty Box

The Cost: $25 a month + free US shipping. Save with longer subscriptions. 

COUPON: Use code MSA5 to get $5 off your subscription!

The Products: Up to $165 value of 100% vegan and cruelty-free products including skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.

Ships to: The US for free & worldwide for $5.95

Kinder Beauty Box Natural Beauty April 2020 Review

Each box comes with an info card that has each product pictured with a short description and listed value, so you know what each product is worth. Each brand featured this month is offering an online discount for subscribers; Kinder Beauty Box provided a second sheet this month listing featured brand’s websites and promo codes to save on each site.

Inkling Scents Roll-On Perfume in Unify – Retail Value $25

Mmm there is a tart note in this perfume that is making my mouth water! This is a sparkling fragrance that fills the air with positive vibes and gives off such great energy; it is my new spring essential. The main notes are black currant, grapefruit, cedarwood, and lily of the valley. Unify is a unisex fragrance that is light and cheerful; I don’t think my husband would wear it because of its sweet notes, but I wouldn’t mind if he did!

 

Fleur & Bee Eyes Eyes Baby Anti-Aging Eye Cream – Retail Value $22

I have never paid full retail price for one single eye cream, thanks to subscription boxes! Every person on the planet has a very sensitive eye area, so it is not a great place to use anything with perfume or fragrance in the ingredients. Unfortunately, this eye cream has lavender oil, which I love to smell but can’t enjoy on my complexion. I gave this cream a shot, applying under my eyes and above my lips (a new anti-aging trick I just read about). I really loved the creamy texture and hydration it provided my skin, but I woke up with a few blemishes in those areas. My skin tends to be really reactive to essential oils and added fragrance, so this wasn’t a great fit for me.

 

Ellovi Lip Butter – Retail Value $5.00

Since I am required to wear a face mask at work, I have been going through lip balm like crazy! I feel like my mask sucks all of the moisture out of my face and especially my lips, so I was thrilled to receive a new lip butter to try out. This glides on so smoothly, instantly hydrating and plumping my dry lips. I love the buttery texture, which is neither waxy nor oily. This balm is made with 6 food-grade ingredients to ensure a safe and healthy boost of hydration.

Delia Organics Nail & Cuticle Oil, 10 mL – Retail Value $15.99

Our hands are the most used (and abused) parts of our bodies, so it makes sense to treat them with a little TLC every once in a while. My cuticles are suffering the most from the constant hand washing and sanitizing on the job, and now, I can hydrate dry cuticles and fortify my nails all in one swipe thanks to this handy roll-on. I love the convenience, plus the light peppermint scent is very pleasant.

KVoss Travel-size Bronzing Potion Glow Cream, 0.34 fl oz – Estimated Value $16.32 (Buy 1 fl oz for $48)

I was thrilled to see this bronzer in my box! Kinder Beauty sent a variation of two KVoss products this month, so subscribers either received this or the NYC Fairy Dust. I received the highlighter in an Ipsy bag a few months back (and I love it), so I had high expectations for this cream bronzer. KVoss nailed it! It is a cream to powder formula that sheers out beautifully without accentuating pores or fine lines. It is the perfect bronzing shade for my paler complexion, and I love its shimmering finish.

Verdict: April’s Kinder Beauty Box was one of my favorite curations yet! I really love all of the products sent out this month, and I definitely found a few new favorites I’ll be repurchasing in the future. The value of this March’s box came to $84.31, a great value – over triple the cost of the box!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? If the current month’s box is still available, it will ship soon after you sign up. Otherwise, you’ll be added to the top of the list for the next month’s shipment.

COUPON: Use code MSA5 to get $5 off your subscription!

Value Breakdown: At $25 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Inkling Scents Unify Roll-On Perfume in Unify: $6.41
  • Fleur & Bee Eyes Eyes Baby Anti-Aging Eye Cream: $6.52
  • Ellovi Lip Butter: $1.48
  • Delia Organics Nail & Cuticle Oil: $4.74
  • KVoss Travel-size Bronzing Potion Glow Cream: $4.81

Alternatively, you are paying $5 for each of the 5 items in this box.

Check out all of our Kinder Beauty Box reviews and the best beauty subscription boxes of 2020, as recommended by our readers!

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Written by Abby Holsinger

Abby Holsinger

Abby has been a box enthusiast since July 2011, finding her calling with Birchbox. That was the start of a new era for Abby, because she is now hooked on the subscription box life; she loves the idea of receiving (several) thoughtful treats from genius curators such as Lisa Sugar and Rachel Zoe. A few other loves of hers would be her dog named Bill Murray, Bill Murray and chocolate babka.

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Comments (21)

  1. So according to their most recent email, I was supposed to get the Faves box, but I did not. That’s ok, really, as I do like their “regular” box for the most part – my issue is that my free welcome gift was a matte lipstick that was in addition to the lipstick that was part of the box. I would have preferred if they gave me something else that was not already included. This is my first month with them, so will see how the next few months stack up.

  2. If I wasn’t overwhelmed with beauty products, I would sub in a heartbeat.

    Agreed about essential oils though. I got huge scabs on my scalp because I didn’t realize a shampoo had essential oils in it. A lot of essential oils are terrible for skin.

    • Re: essential oils. Another perspective is it could be allergies. I’ve found I have new allergies after age 40: palm and pine oils. After a horrible hives/respiratory experience on Palm Sunday and hives from essential oils from a well-meaning consultant, I looked up the ingredients on the essential oil bottles. Many of them have a pine oil base. Some have palm oil. I’ve always been allergic to macadamia nuts and pine trees–can’t have a live Christmas tree. It makes “sense” that essential oils with similar bases could cause allergic reactions, at least for me. My doctor said it is more about the oils surrounding pine, palm and macadamias. I can still use essential oils but have to look for ones that have no pine or palm oil.

  3. What other clean skincare boxes do people subscribe to?
    Any boxes not listed here on MSA?

    • There are so many! Boxwalla, Beauty Heroes, Pearlesque, Detox Box, Laurel & Reed, Petit Vour, See New Skincare, Organic Bunny, Vegan Cuts, British Beauty Box, Mintd, Bombay & Cedar, and a few others I know I’m forgetting, but I’m sure others will fill in the blanks 🙂 The only box listed that I don’t think MSA reviews or post spoilers for is See New Skincare.

      • Ok Luna here is what I got so far with your help
        Looking for some new skincare (full size) subscription boxes, what do you subscribe too? Here is what I’ve found so far, what am I missing?
        -Beauty Fix
        -Beauty Heroes
        -Boxwalla
        -British Beauty Box
        -Facetory Lux Plus
        -Kleverpark
        -Laurel & Reed
        -Love Lula
        -Margot Elena
        -Mintd
        -Organic Bunny
        -Pearlesque
        -Petit Vour
        -PinkSeoul
        -See New Skincare
        -The Clean beauty box
        -Vegan Cuts

      • Ugh, I tried to reply with a slightly rambling message, but it didn’t post because I forgot to include my name (doh!). Here’s a “shorter” version 😉 …
        I’m currently subbed to the following clean beauty boxes:
        Bombay & Cedar Beauty Box (not in your list 🙂 )
        Detox Box (not in your list too)
        Organic Bunny
        See New Skincare
        Vegan Cuts

        I did get Beauty Fix’s May box, but that’s been cancelled since I only sub to it based on spoilers, and I did buy a one-time Laurel & Reed box for May too.

        If you want only full size products I know British Beauty Box and See New Skincare only include full size products. I think Margot Elena does too, but I could be mistaken. And, I think Boxwalla has been featuring only full size products for a while. While some of the other clean beauty boxes will always feature at least one full size product (with a decent number of months being all full size products), they don’t always exclusively feature only full size products.

      • A box I forgot to mention is Naturisimo. They have monthly beauty boxes, but they’re one-time purchases, and not a subscription. They’re more of a sample box though (usually with one full size item thrown in), but it’s still a great box to get exposure to a nice range of clean beauty brands/products. The only thing is that they’re not exclusively a skincare box since they tend to include a nice range of products covering all facets of beauty. 🙂

    • Oh! And how can I forget the obvious one… The Clean Beauty Box! 😀 They’re formerly known as Art of Organics.

      • Thank you Luna, I added them to my list, I can’t believe I forgot the Detox box. I also added Fabfitfun, temporarily. I noticed they have 1-2 full size skincare products in each of their categories for summer. I don’t know if it was you or another commenter who told me about See New. I sent them an email about reaching out to MSA, they should be on this site. I ended up signing up for a year subscription with them over detox and boxwalla.

      • You’re welcome 🙂 It could have been me you first hear about See New Skincare box from, but it definitely could have been someone else because I know that a lot of other people have also mentioned it on MSA in comments for unrelated posts too since MSA has never posted about it. I hope MSA is willing to pick it up sometime soon, because it’s a really great box, and it has quickly become one of my favorite boxes. Were you able to get your annual subscription using a discount code? There was a 25% (or maybe even 30%) discount code floating around recently, so hopefully you were able to take advantage of it. I started my annual last year with a 25% discount. It’s still a great deal even at full price, but saving a few extra bucks is always nice too. 🙂

      • I did! They had a 30% off back in March so I signed up. I’m still looking for another box since I don’t buy skincare any other way. I have not found another box that I like as much as See New. I keep going back and forth between Detox, Boxwalla, and The Clean beauty box. I find a lot of their products aren’t super useful. Lip oils and face mists are nice to have but I want a solid skincare routine from my subscriptions. I’m getting my first FFF box next month and choose all skincare. I’ll wait and see how much product I have after See New and FFF. Glad to hear you go with Detox, their May box looked really good.

    • … and Love Lula. I knew I was going to start remembering others right after I posted my comment, lol.

      • Ohhhh…. I’ve never heard of this one but I looked at it and it is tempting. Have you tried it and if so what are your thoughts?

      • Hi Jo! I did sub to Love Lula for around 6 months two or three years ago, and I really enjoyed it. 🙂 I liked that they included brands that you don’t always see in sub boxes, so I feel like I got some good exposure to brands that were off my radar; however, they also do include brands you’d see in other boxes, primarily other UK beauty boxes. The only thing that may be off putting to some potential subscribers is that they do tend to repeat brands in their monthly boxes… but never products. I personally didn’t mind this because it gave me exposure to a brand’s product line. 🙂

    • I like Nourish Beauty Box. It’s not just skincare, but has makeup too … I have only bought a couple of boxes from the shop, never fully subscribed, but I think you can “build your own box” instead of getting the month’s box, and they often have sales on their full shop. MSA does spoilers/reviews for them sometimes, but it doesn’t seem consistent.

  4. I received that eye cream from another sub. I was surprised at how perfume-y it was. I eventually discarded it, it wasn’t a great formula and way over-scented, more like a hair product! The rest looks nice, though.

  5. I love it. I’m so torn between subscribing to Kinder Box, Petit Vour or Beauty Fix!

    • There’s also Petit Vour Plus in that price range!

  6. This was a really nice box. Thank you for your review.

    • Thank you for reading 🙂

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