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Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box August 2020 Spoiler #1 + Coupon!

We have a spoiler for the August 2020 Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box subscription!

For a limited time, use coupon code GIMME15 to save 15% off your first box! (Regularly $16.95)

The August box will include:

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The Subscription Box: Medusa’s Make-Up Beauty Box

The Cost: $16.95 (Free shipping for US, $4 USD for International)

The Products: Each month you will receive 3-5 vegan products to try.

Ships to: Worldwide

Good to know: Orders ship out within 3 business days of your payment. You can cancel anytime.

Check out our Medusa’s Makeup Beauty Box reviews to see what you can expect from this subscription!

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Posted in Medusas Makeup Box Spoilers, Subscription Box Spoilers| Tags: medusas makeup | 7 comments

Comments (7)

  1. This box just keeps going downhill. Glad I unsubscribed when I did.

  2. Thanks for the information Rose I appreciate it. The reasonnwju iliked thisnbrand because theyvare vegan and cruelty free..

    • Same here, and I really liked their Disco Queen lip glosses (which are now in a landfill). Thankfully, I have a tons of cruelty-free lip products, so other brands are getting used now. It disappoints me to no end when companies choose profits over not testing on animals.

  3. This brand collab definitely makes more sense than Wet n Wild.

    • I contacted Medusa’s Makeup to let them know that Wet n Wild was no longer cruelty free. Rather than remove the offending brand from their box (which I thought would be the most logical action for a brand that claims to be “vegan and cruelty-free), they went on to tell me that they are a small, women-owned company!?! What has that got to do with them pushing a brand that is no longer cruelty-free? Being small, or women-owned, doesn’t excuse them from promoting a brand that has chosen the option to test on animals in order to capitalize on the Chinese market. I’ve dumped all of their products, and really believe that the company is run by a pack of hypocrites.

      • Ooh. That is really good information to have. I’m in a makeup group with thousands of women online. We’re always looking for new/different options to try. Now that everyone is morally opposed to j.Starr, Medusa was raised as an option for a less morally corrupt purchase. But, I stand with bunnies. I’ll be passing your story along. Thanks for the tell!

  4. Had this in the recent test tube. Was not impressed. I used the base coat, nail color and top coat and nail polish still peeled within 2 days.

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