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Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box Review + Coupon – August 2020

Megan K.
ByMegan K.Sep 14, 2020 | 11 comments

Petit Vour August 2020 vegan subscription box review

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Petit Vour is a monthly vegan beauty subscription box. It’s a great box if you’re looking to try out new vegan and/or natural beauty products.

There are two subscription options to choose from. The base Petit Vour box is $18.00/month and the Petit Vour Plus box is $25.00/month.

This is a review of the $18.00 box.

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About this Natural Beauty Box

The Subscription Box: Petit Vour

The Cost: $18/month (Canada $23/month, worldwide $25/month). Save with longer subscriptions.

The Products: Vegan and cruelty-free makeup and beauty minis.

Ships to: The US + worldwide for free! If you're outside the US, contact Petit Vour for a free shipping code.

Delivered via: USPS

August 2020 Petit Vour Review


Each box comes with a card detailing the items included, and the prices of the full-size versions.

Let's dive in!


Harvest Natural Beauty Lengthening Organic Mascara in 'Black', 0.25 oz - Retail Value $18.00

Ok, I am about black mascara'ed out at this point. At least I have tons to give to friends? I will say that since everything went nuts this spring, I really haven't been wearing mascara often and I have noticed my normal brands kind of annoy my eyes when I do wear them. I hope I haven't become extra sensitive! I decided to push aside my mild annoyance at another black mascara and give this a shot. I was pleasantly surprised at how the formula and brush easily coated my lashes and my eyes were much less irritated by the end of the day. It also stayed put really well, though admittedly my office lifestyle isn't super demanding on makeup these days. I will warn you that this is not a drama sort of mascara. Instead, it provides a nice volume and length boost without being super dramatic. Most days I am already dramatic enough anyways!


Akar Skin Balance Toning Mist, 0.5 fl oz - Retail Value $15.00

I like the Akar brand and I like this balancing mist! I mean, sure, I tend to love most mists. Something about that fine sheen of hydration on my face really does it for me. This is a smaller travel size and, sure, the nozzle isn't as fine as I would like, but my skin really loved this formula. Inside the cute bottle is a pretty simple blend of rose water, neroli water, saffron extract, and willow bark. It's great for my dry skin but I bet most any skin type would drink this up.


Eir NYC Tough Love, 0.5 oz - Retail Value $12.00

I like to keep a beauty balm of some kind on my person at all times and this one is familiar to me. It has a great lavender and geranium scent and it is really rich because of all the shea and coconut oil inside. A word of warning: Don't leave this in your car. My car smells great now, but wow was that a mess. Before I killed it with the sun, I enjoyed it on my cuticles the most, though it's also great for elbows and dry knees. I do still have enough inside to use for a long time!


Kahina Giving Beauty Oil Cleanser, 11 mL - Estimated Value $6.49 (Buy 100 mL for $59.00)

Kahina Giving Beauty is one of my favorite brands. Their formulas are always super nourishing to my dry skin and smell like a pricy spa experience. This cleansing oil is delightful and my only complaint is that the sample isn't bigger. I try to double cleanse most days and I like to start with an oil cleanser like this on my dry skin. I give my face a nice massage before rinsing with water. You can stop after this step, but I love to follow up with a cream cleanser. I will mention that if your skin is sensitive to essential oils, this is maybe something to try with a little caution. Totally unrelated to how this is meant to be used, but I also like to add a little of this to the ends of my hair if I am super frizzy.


Andalou Naturals Kukui Cocoa Nourishing Body Butter, 1.7 fl oz - Retail Value $3.00

Our final item is a little tube of body butter that is perfect for your purse. I have really sensitive calves that I usually just use oil on after showering because most lotions break them out. I found this butter to be really soothing and hydrating without causing those pesky red bumps! Sure, this stuff isn't loud or filled with bells and whistles, but I am pleased with how it makes my legs feel. And that's a big compliment from these finicky gams!

Verdict: This month's Petit Vour box was a winner for me. Sure, the overall value of $54.49 wasn't jaw-dropping for the price of the box, but the stuff inside was all quality and it met their advertised $50 threshold with some to spare. I loved these formulas (even the mascara!) and I will use all of these items happily. And any box that delivers Kahina Living Beauty is already a winner for me!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Your first box will likely be the September box. I recommend reaching out to Petit Vour to confirm! This box also has variants based on your beauty profile, so yours might be totally different than mine!

Value Breakdown: At $18 for this box, here is what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Mascara $5.95
  • Mist $4.96
  • Balm $3.96
  • Cleanser $2.14
  • Body Butter $0.99

Alternatively, each of the 5 items has an average cost of $3.60.

Check out all of our Petit Vour reviews and check out some of our other fave specialty beauty subscriptions!

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Megan K.
Megan K.
I love natural/vegan beauty products, Korean skincare, unique jewelry, and weird candies from far away places. When I am not waiting for my next exciting box you can find me painting or taking photographs of interesting people. I never leave home without pug hair somewhere on my shirt and a bold lipstick on my smile.

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Thanks Luna for offering just a helpful and comprehensive insight into those two clean brands! I’ve done a deep dive into clean subs and could not for the life of me find a clear distinction between the 2! Only the similarities and it’s important to understand both! I actually signed up for VC BeaUty last night and feel I’ve made the right decision which makes me even more excited! I’m still at the “discovery” phase of my subscription box journey. I ordered my first one the last week of this past June. By the second week of July I had 8 haha.
I may actually try out the PV this month as well. Sooner or later I would have hit up both and reading your response got me exited to pull the trigger!
You really are the best person to talk subs with!!

Thanks Luna!!

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That body lotion smells so gross to me. I really liked everything else though,

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Lol! The lotion was my favorite item! But my husband didn’t like the smell either!

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Mary GT

These are all things they have sent me before (longtime subscriber) so I’ll probably be getting a completely different box, but I wouldn’t mind getting any of these again (especially the mascara, cleansing oil, and the balm).

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I noticed that too. I even thought these items were all in a same prior box, but after checking a few older months (back in 2019) it looks like they were spread out in different boxes… I stopped looking only after the first few months so I can only vouch that a few were featured over a year ago, not sure about the others. I keep thinking I’d like to re-sub to Petit Vour after the holidays, but I’ll keep an eye out on future boxes to see if they include new products instead. FWIW, at least they give enough time to use up a sample (assuming one were to use it soon after receiving it) before featuring it again, lol.

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I just noticed that this month’s PV had 5 products, so maybe they changed up how many products they used to send. 🙂


Oh! One other thing to mention is that now PV does variations whereas VC does not. Just thought I’d mention in case that matters to you. 🙂


Hi Liz! 🙂
I’ve subbed to both boxes for extended periods of time (although right now I’m not subbed to either), and I truly enjoyed both boxes. They both have the same feel in that they both send mostly samples and cover a nice range of products that cover most facets of beauty. While they both have included nail color and fragrance, it’s not often when both boxes include those, but I think they tend to send other products that cover skincare, makeup, haircare, & bodycare. On occasion, both boxes will include full size products, but they tend to be smaller (in size) full-size products like lip/eye liners, lip balms/chapsticks, a brush, etc.

Where I feel the differences are is that VC tends to send more products than PV. VC usually sends around 5 to 6 products whereas PV tends to stick to 4 products. What I like about VC is that they offer a wide range of brands that are both well-known and not-so-well-known to me which lends to a nice discovery experience. They also seem to feature a wide variety of brands from etsy-style to “drugstore” to higher-end brands, which I think is really fun. PV seems to send mostly well known brands that range from “drugstore” to luxe. A plus to PV, is that they have a reward program where you’ll get $1 (or it might be $2) to spend in their store for every review you post about the products you receive in their box, so you get $4 (or it might be $8) every month added to your account. When I was subbed, I was pretty good at doing reviews, and that money added up fast. 🙂

If I had to only pick one out of the two to sub too, I would pick PV, but that’s because I think it would feed my desire to get well-known high-end to luxe products more than VC could (their rewards program is a plus for me too 🙂 ). HOWEVER, if I was in the mood for a fun “discovery” box (which can sometimes win out when I want to sub to something new or I haven’t subbed to a particular box in a while), then I would pick VC because of the range of products & brands they include… plus they include more products to sample. 🙂


Hi Luna!
You were so helpful with my question about advent calendars so I was wondering if you had a preference between Petit Vour (reg) and Veggiecuts Beauty? I’m looking to add a vegan box to my list of monthly subs. I know Kinder is supposed to be good too but I wanted one in this price range.
TIA! 😊


Good to know 🙂 I guess it’s hard to tell what one would be getting since they now do variations.

Megan K.

Hey Mary GT and Luna! I recently started a new Petit Vour account (within the last couple of months!) so any duplicates might be stemming from that rather than PV actually sending dupes! Just a heads up ♥️