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.
For $26 per month, you'll receive 100% vegan and cruelty-free products, which include skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.
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Kinder Beauty is once again shipping a box guide with the contents of your box, but you can still 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 "Pamper Me Box" for November 2021.
What's Inside This Box
Bali Balm in Sweet Orange & Coconut - Retail Value $33
I can't think of any beauty product more essential than a hearty lip conditioner during the winter months. When I saw the value of this balm, my jaw dropped. $33 for a tube of lip balm?! I have never encountered a balm in this price range, so I was expecting some Christina Hendricks-level results, but alas, it is just another solid choice, no magical frills to go with that price tag. Admittedly, I am totally enjoying this product, but I would not choose this over a tube of Aquaphor to heal my lips. I do appreciate the subtle fragrance and all-natural ingredients, but I can't justify that price.
Superzero Shampoo Bar Mini - Retail Value $7
Much like all shampoo bars, this formula has a learning curve to get it to perform to your advantage. I love the waste-free lifestyle that comes with bar soap, but sometimes they can be a pain! You have to keep them away from running water to keep them from withering away, and sometimes it is hard to keep a hold of it while multitasking in the shower. I create a generous lather in my hands, then try to concentrate most of that at my roots. If I find that I lose too much product, sometimes I'll go back and apply directly to my strands, once again concentrating mostly on my roots. This bar is for normal/oily hair, so I followed up with a light conditioner at my ends, and I let my hair air dry. I was pleasantly surprised at how nicely my hair fell the next day, especially after my first time using this product. I'll definitely be using this one up.
Luxie Beauty Powder Contour Sponge - Retail Value $16
Once a Real Techniques and Beauty Blender loyalist, I am slowly accepting other makeup brand sponges into my everyday makeup routine. So many brands are finally getting it right, and I love trying out each and every one of them. This particular sponge felt really firm before I wet it, but it expanded to the perfect size and has ample give to apply liquid foundation and loose powder. It has the perfect amount of "squish-ability" and feels great, even when you have to press harder around the curves of the face. On a scale of one to Real Techniques, I give it an 8.
PURE'AM Authentic Barrier Cream Balm, 30ml - Retail Value $17
How did Kinder Beauty know I was looking for a moisturizer soulmate? I don't want to jinx myself because I am thoroughly enjoying this one, but this is the best moisturizer I've tried in the last year or so. I broke it off with Drunk Elephant at the beginning of the year due to inflated pricing and have been dramatically dry ever since. I hated it. After using this cream for 3 days, I've noticed a drastic difference in my complexion. It is brighter, less tight feeling, and feels so much smoother. This cream is loaded with vegan ceramides and glycerin that penetrate into the skin to hydrate and smooth while vitamin ingredients pamper your skin to appear brighter and just downright dewy. Based on the last few days, I'd absolutely recommend this product for anyone with dry skin.
Lotte Naturals Whipped Cocoa & Eucalyptus Foot Balm, 2oz - Retail Value $18
If there is one product that I am not picky about, it is going to be a moisturizer for the feet. I will slap anything on my feet to moisturize them; I've even been known to coat them in Vaseline to keep them baby soft during the winter, but this balm makes me feel like I am taking my foot care to a new level. When you rub this balm in, it creates an oily effect that makes your feet feel like a million bucks. Cocoa butter, shea butter, and olive oil put in the work while mint oils keep your feet smelling fresh. This balm makes an amazing foot massage oil as well! Lovely.
Vahdam Tea Lemon Ginger Green Tea, One Tea Sachet
Kinder included a sachet of tea to enjoy whilst pampering yourself with this month's featured products.
This lemon and ginger green tea was a nice, soothing blend.
November's Kinder Beauty Box was the perfect spa day box. I am especially excited about... everything! I loved this month's box! The moisturizer may be a game-changer, and I am stoked to have an awesome foot balm to pamper my lovely feet. Everything is going to be used up, and that is a rarity in the subscription box world. This month’s box has a retail value of $91, triple the box's cost of $26.
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Value – Was This Box Worth It?
The Cost: $26
- Bali Balm: $9.44
- Superzero Shampoo Bar Mini: $2
- Luxie Beauty Sponge: $4.58
- PURE'AM Authentic Barrier Cream Balm: $4.86
- Lotte Naturals Foot Balm: $5.12
- Vadham Tea Bag: N/A
This month's box has a retail value of $91, a great value for a $26 box.
Alternatively, you are paying $5.20 for each of the 5 items in this box.
To Wrap Up
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