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Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box Review + Coupon – January 2021

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakFeb 9, 2021 | 1 comment

Petit Vour
4 overall rating
88 Ratings | 16 Reviews

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 per month and the Petit Vour Plus box is $25.00 per month.

This is a review of the $18/month box.

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About this Natural Beauty Box

The Subscription Box: Petit Vour

The Cost: $18.00 per month (Canada is $23.00 per month, worldwide is $25.00 per month). Save with longer subscriptions.

COUPON: Use code FIRSTBOX to 25% Off First Box.

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

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

Delivered via: USPS

January 2021 Petit Vour Review

 

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

 

(Inkling Scents) Gossamer Perfume – Retail Value $15.00

Inkling Scents is a perfume and cologne brand that focuses on making formulas from 100% pure essential and perfume oils, to make scents that are less likely to trigger allergies and other sensitivities. This perfume was interesting because at first sniff all I smelled were floral notes, and it wasn’t for me. After letting it sit on my skin for a few minutes, the cedarwood and amber notes came through and added a ton of complexity to the fragrance. I would classify this as more of a traditionally feminine scent, but the added depth from the cedarwood and amber turned a basic floral scent into a more interesting one. Definitely don’t pick this up if you don’t like floral perfumes, but if you do this will be a break from the traditional floral notes while still smelling lovely.

 

Seraphine Botanicals Lychee + Gold Healthy Glow Blush – Retail Value $14.00

I’ve used this blush before and I am a fan! The soft pink color has a tiny bit of gold sparkle, and it reminds me a lot of Nars Orgasm. The formula is infused with Lychee and chamomile extracts, and the color can be applied subtly or built up for more pigment. I definitely have never been a fan of a strong blush look on my face, and I like how this gives me a soft boost of color while looking more natural.

 

The Seaweed Bath Co Exfoliating Detox Body Soap, 3.75 oz – Retail Value $7.99

The Seaweed Bath Co makes some great bath salts, so I was intrigued by this soap. The Petit Vour info sheet listed this Detox Facial Bar, but we received a body soap instead (and I am pretty happy with that). I’ll be honest- considering this soap prominently displays that it is made with Arabica coffee and cinnamon, I am pretty disappointed this didn’t smell more strongly of coffee and cinnamon (any scent it does have is very mild). This soap definitely has a grit to it- I liked using it on my thighs and legs, but it would be too harsh for me to use on thinner skin like my forearms or my stomach. This soap does have a lot of nourishing ingredients like coconut, kukui, and olive oil, but my skin was still thirsty for lotion when I stepped out of the bath after using this.

 

Evan Healy Oil + Water Balancing/Calming Ritual – Retail Value $9.95
I really loved this concept of this- using a toner and serum together felt a lot more like self-care when I thought about it as a ritual rather than a regular skincare routine, even though the only change was that I applied the toner and serum to the palm of my hand and pressed it into my face rather than applying it to my skin in layers. The serum is made with blue chamomile, lavender, and jojoba oil (this is really an oil rather than a traditional serum), and the toner is 100% organic lavender hydrosol. The mist had a very natural lavender scent that I enjoyed (the oil didn’t have a discernable scent), and this combo absorbed into my skin quickly with no greasy residue left behind.

Verdict: This was my first Petit Vour box, and I thought it was kind of awesome. I love that this is an under-$20 subscription box that focuses on vegan and natural beauty products, and I think the curation was great in sending a fragrance, makeup, skincare, and a body care item. Value-wise everything adds up to $46.94, and I honestly don’t have any complaints. 

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Your first box will likely be the February 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!

COUPON: Use code FIRSTBOX to 25% Off First Box.

Value Breakdown: At $18.00 for this box, here is what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Inkling Scents: $5.75
  • Seraphine Botanicals: $5.37
  • The Seaweed Bath Co: $3.06
  • Evan Healy: $3.82

Alternatively, each of the 4 items has an average cost of $4.50.

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

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What do you think of the January Petit Vour box? What was your favorite item in this box?

Petit Vour is a top-notch clean, vegan beauty box subscription that sends personalized beauty boxes every month. Boxes include 4-5 quality products that have been tested by our team of clean beauty enthusiasts and deemed worthy of the beauty box. Expect to see brands like OSEA, Rahua, Ere Perez, Fre... read more.
Jessica Hapak
Jessica Hapak
I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza and when I’m not working as a family law attorney I enjoy hiking the Louisiana trails (alligator sightings are a favorite!) or relaxing with Duchess, my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like.

Jessica Hapak
Jessica Hapak
I am a staunch believer that pineapple doesn’t belong on pizza and when I’m not working as a family law attorney I enjoy hiking the Louisiana trails (alligator sightings are a favorite!) or relaxing with Duchess, my cat. I’m a sucker for anything labeled a mystery box and I’ve never met a bath bomb I didn’t like.
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1 comment

Cindy Mae

Nice review, thank you. I like Evan Healy products a lot, what I have tried that is.

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