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Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box Review + Coupon – July 2021

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakAug 17, 2021 | 3 comments

Petit Vour
4 overall rating
87 Ratings | 15 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 $18.00 per month box.

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.)

First Impressions

When you open the box the first thing you find is the information sheet, which lists the products included, their values, and a quick blurb about what they do. After that, you can always expect to find four products safely nestled inside the box waiting for you to enjoy. Right off the bat, I was drawn to the glass packaging of the peppermint lava salt soap with the black liquid inside- I knew immediately that would be the first product I try.

The Breakdown

 

Sappho Skin Perfecting Primer, 1 oz – Retail Value $36.00

I love that this $18 monthly box sent us a full-size product that retails for double the cost of the box- I definitely feel like the value is there. This primer is lightweight and free of silicones, so it felt like it was absorbed by my skin rather than sit on top of it. I tried this out under my standard concealer, and I appreciated how it created a smooth base for my concealer to go on top of seamlessly. I don’t need a ton of this, either, which means this tube should last me a while.

 

John Masters Organics Scalp Stimulating Shampoo, 2 oz – Retail Value $14.00

This shampoo is ideal for those with an oily scalp, and that is the exact opposite of what I’m working with up top. I really loved the refreshingly minty scent of this shampoo thanks to the spearmint and peppermint oils, and this also has eucalyptus oil and meadowsweet extract to gently exfoliate and balance your scalp’s oil production. I had my boyfriend try this out since his scalp is nowhere near as dry as mine, and he thought it did a good job of leaving his hair and scalp feeling clean while the peppermint oil felt cooling. In fact, he liked this enough to claim it as his own shampoo, even though he’s usually ambivalent to body and hair care products.

 

Moon Rivers Naturals Peppermint Lava Salt Soap, 2 oz – Estimated Value $5.00 (buy the 8oz version for $20.00)

I really wanted to love this soap, but it just wasn’t for me. I found the glass packaging to be really elegant while the black color of the soap was edgy, and I am a big fan of peppermint-scented body products so I really expected to love this. Alas, I don’t know if it’s the detoxifying charcoal or the black lava salt, but this was just way too drying on my skin. I think in a pinch I could make this work as a hand soap, but when I tried this out as a body soap on my arms and chest my skin was left feeling uncomfortably tight.

 

Goldfaden MD Pure Start Cleanser, 0.68 oz – Estimated Value $4.76 (buy the 5oz version for $35.00)

I really liked this cleanser- nothing about it stood out to me specifically, and yet I appreciate how it did the job without being drying or irritating to my skin. I can be weird about the textures of cleansers, but this was a lightweight gel that glided across my skin with ease. Plus, once I was done massaging it in I was able to rinse it away easily without any residue being left behind. Ingredients-wise this has some fun things like seaweed extract and grapefruit oil, and it left my face feeling clean while also feeling refreshed. To me, it’s a basic cleanser that just does its job very, very well.

Value – Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $18

COUPON: Use code FIRSTBOX to save 25% off your first box!

Value Breakdown: 

  • Sappho: $8.97
  • John Masters: $3.48
  • Moon Rivers Naturals: $2.24
  • Goldfaden MD: $3.33

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

Key Takeaways

I always look forward to my monthly Petit Vour delivery, so even this month had a product I really didn’t like, I still enjoyed experiencing new-to-me vegan products. The primer was definitely the star of the box, and the cleanser was a close runner-up for my favorite item. Everything in the box adds up to $59.76, which is an awesome value for an $18 box that sends exclusively vegan beauty products. If you try to focus on vegan beauty products (or have a friend who does), this is definitely a box you want to check out.

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

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Other Things You Should Know

Shipping: This monthly box ships via USPS to both US and international addresses for free. If you’re outside of the US, contact Petit Vour for a free shipping code!

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, order now to receive the August box. This box also has variants based on your beauty profile, so yours might be totally different than mine.

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

Elevate or recreate your beauty routine with a subscription to Petit Vour's luxury-curated, cruelty-free beauty box. Each month you'll receive 4 products (always valued over $50) of non-toxic and plant-based beauty, curated to your beauty profile for as low as $15/box. Plus, get $4 back each month i... 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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3 comments

JMM

Jessica, I’m glad your still here doing reviews!
That black lava soap is horrible! It leaves a film on skin and surfaces. After using it as a hand soap for two days my sink started running very slow and I had to clear it out.

Jessica Hapak

Hi JMM- I’m not going anywhere 🙂
If you think you’ve missed some of my past reviews, you can always click my link and see them. There have been some fun boxes/ curated sets that I’ve been able to review.
Also, yeah- that lava soap is a bummer. It happens though, they can’t all be winners.

Charlotte G.

I’m always impressed by this box. Thinking about canceling Ipsy and subbing to it instead.

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