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Kinder Beauty Box “Silver Lining” Review + Coupon – June 2021

Abby Holsinger
ByAbby HolsingerJun 29, 2021 | 8 comments

Kinder Beauty Box
4.8 overall rating
20 Ratings | 11 Reviews

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: $26 per month + free U.S. 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, which includes skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.

Ships to: The U.S. for free and worldwide for $5.95

Kinder Beauty Box “Silver Lining” June 2021 Review

Kinder Beauty will no longer be shipping a box guide with the contents of your box. Instead, visit kinderbeauty.com/mybox to see each product as well as tips and tricks on how to use your new products.

Kinder Beauty sends out two box variations each month. This is a review of the “Silver Lining” box.

 

Pacifica Coconut Probiotic Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30, 6oz – Retail Value $16.00

Mineral sunscreen is a tough subject! I love to use a more natural sunscreen for my face, but when it comes to zinc oxide on the body, it can be a real mess. Sadly, I’ve ruined dark bathing suits with zinc, and I’ve had white streaks running down my arms and legs after jumping in the pool, not pretty! I tried this on a very humid day, both in the water and sweating outside of the water. I was generally impressed, considering this is totally zinc-based. The white base wasn’t extreme, and the texture after drying was matte, although I could still feel it sitting on my skin. I will keep using this for my face, but it is a little too thick for the body.

 

Kadalys Thirst-Quenching Eye Masque, .7fl oz – Listed Value $40.00

Being the mom of a zany, wall-climbing toddler is exhausting work. I can visibly see my under-eyes darken as the day goes on, which is sad, but also pretty amazing to witness. I am just blowing through eye creams and treatments like crazy, and I just can’t seem to beat the fatigued look; however, this masque is looking promising. After applying a thick layer, I left this on for 15 minutes then removed the excess product. This is quite moisturizing for a gel base, and the bio-active green banana and red algae components temporarily brighten the eye contours.

Elikya Beauty Illuminator in Silver, .52fl oz – Listed Value $17.50

I am liquid and cream highlighter obsessed, always! Not just in the summer when it looks especially great. When I learned this highlighter was a cool silver tone I was hesitant to try it, but after using this for a few days, I am in love. It’s so different than the tones I usually love, and the shine makes my complexion look radiant. Liquid highlight is so easy, and you only need a tiny amount to make a huge impact. I love this high on my cheekbones and above my upper lip.

Here is a swatch of the Elikya highlighter (blended at the top) and the Kadalis Eye Masque.

I am wearing the eye masque under my eyes and I topped my makeup look off with a thin layer of the Elikya’s silver illuminator.

 

Pure Sol Charcoal Body Konjac Sponge – Retail Value $15.99

I’ve always loved Konjac sponges for my face, but I never used one for the body. This sponge has the same texture as my face sponge, but it is bigger with maybe a little more grit. It is made with 100% vegetable fiber and bamboo charcoal to help gently polish and exfoliate your skin. I’ve been using oily sugar scrubs for too long, and this Konjac was exactly what I needed to change up my routine. The charcoal purifies the pores while the sponge lifts away dead skin cells without damaging the skin.

 

Zion Health Ancient Clay Soap with Rosemary Lavender – Estimated Value $1.00 (Buy 60z for $5.52)

This adorably small bar of soap is gentle on the skin and smells lovely. It is 100% clay and vegetable-based and full of skin-loving minerals that moisturize and nourish the skin. Its subtle fragrance of lavender and rosemary doesn’t linger on the skin, but it is just enough to relax and soothe the senses in the shower. I really liked this sample, but it definitely went too quickly.

 

Verdict: June’s Kinder Beauty Box was a fab mix of products to kickstart summer! I love to dabble in different SPF formulas, so the Pacifica sunscreen was awesome to try (even if it wasn’t a complete win). I am loving using the Kadalys Eye Masque, and I can’t get enough of the Elikya Illuminator. This month’s box has a retail value of $90.49, an awesome value for a $26 box.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Sign up today and receive the Kinder Beauty Faves box for your first month.

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

Value Breakdown: At $26 for this box, here’s what you are paying approximately per item:

  • Pacifica Mineral Sunscreen: $4.60
  • Kadalys Banana Eye Cream: $11.49
  • Elikya Beauty Illuminator: $5.03
  • Pure Sol Konjac Sponge: $4.59
  • Zion Health Ancient Clay Soap: $0.29

Alternatively, you are paying $5.20 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 2021, as recommended by our readers!

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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.

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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8 comments

Carol

I love that highlighter (and I can’t believe there is a highlighter shade that I don’t have lol)!

Abby Holsinger

I can totally relate! Silver was a happy, unexpected treat 🙂

Denise

I always giggle when I read about people hi-lighting above the Cupid’s bow. My Italian mustache (or stubble depending on the day) needs no highlights lol. I wish I could like others but everytime I think of it on me it makes me laugh. I really loved this review and have been interested in switching to this box and this might have put me right over the edge. Thanks

Abby Holsinger

Thank you for reading! I like to highlight the middle of my lips, sometimes, too, which could be a fun alternative to the cupid’s bow 🙂 There is nothing wrong with a twinkling ‘stache, either! Haha

echo

You’re not alone with that mustache! My half Italian/half Irish combo gives me the palest skin you will ever see but hair so dark it’s a just a fraction lighter than black. Highlighting my cupid’s bow is something I avoid! LOL

Abby Holsinger

LOL This mustache talk is cracking me up! It brings me back to junior high when I sported a bleached upper lip because I was convinced I had a mustache. All through high school I waxed, but after college, I decided to embrace the ‘stache!

Snow

The Cupid’s bow is such a small spot that I don’t quite understand how highlighting it can make such a difference. Most likely on me someone would say I have something above my lip. What I do like to highlight is my nose and it does make quite a difference! I have pared down my make up a lot and try to use bare minimum now. It’s really freeing in a different sort of way.

Abby Holsinger

It is more of an after thought highlight spot, but I like it because it defines my upper lip and gives it a little light (especially when I wear a darker lip–I love the contrast). I totally avoid highlighting my schnoz–it is already hard to miss 😉 Thanks for reading, Snow; I always enjoy reading your comments!

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