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Petit Vour Vegan Beauty Box October 2022 Review

Jessica Hapak
ByJessica HapakOct 31, 2022 | 3 comments

Petit Vour
3.9 overall rating
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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 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 our editorial guidelines 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.

 

Each month comes with an info sheet, and the other side of the info sheet always features a new art print.

The Breakdown - What's Inside My October 2022 Petit Vour Box

Eye of Horus Lash Lift Mascara - Retail Value $29

 

I love the branding of this mascara- I think the name of the brand is fun and I like the sleek black packaging with gold accents. Plus, I love mascaras that give my lashes a good curl, and this does exactly that. It didn't give me crazy volume, but my eyes definitely looked wide awake and my lashes long.

Ellis Brooklyn Myth, 1 mL - Estimated Value $3.20 (buy the 10 mL version for $32)

I love Ellis Brooklyn perfumes, so I get excited when I see the brand featured inside my subscriptions. Myth has notes of jasmine petals and tiger orchid, with musk and white cedar wood. It smells like my skin, but sexier and surrounded by flowers. This perfume had good staying power, and while it smelled delicious, it wasn't overpowering to those around me.

Ursa Major Golden Hour Recovery Cream, 0.5 oz  - Retail Value $20

 

Oh, this cream was lovely. I knew I was in for a treat when I saw the words "nourish" and "soothe" printed on the side of the jar, and I was not disappointed when I applied the light yellow moisturizer to my face. It has a midnight texture that's hydrating but not super heavy, and my skin absolutely soaked it up. The first ingredient on the list is aloe, and this also has sea buckthorn, black currant, calendula, rose, and sandalwood. It has a pleasant herbal scent that reminds me of a Lush product that I've previously smelled (though I can't tell which one) and the scent is a mix of sweet neroli, sour rose, and spicy sandalwood. I'm going to use this entire jar up, and this is the kind of cream I would love to one day own in the full-size.

John Masters Organics Daily Nourishing Shampoo, 2 oz - Retail Value $11

Shampoos are a product that do not spark joy when I see them in subscription boxes, but this one was actually pretty decent. It smelled fantastic thanks to the lavender and rosemary, and it didn't leave my hair feeling super dry the way a lot shampoos do. It won't replace the shampoo I currently use, but I could see a lot of people enjoying this.

Value - Was This Box Worth It?

The Cost: $18

Cost Breakdown: 

  • Eye of Horus: $29 → $8.26
  • Ellis Brooklyn: $3.20 → $0.91
  • Ursa Major: $20 → $5.79
  • John Masters: $11 → $3.13

Everything in the box adds up to $63.20, which is great for an $18 box that sends exclusively vegan beauty products. Alternatively, each of the 4 items has an average cost of $4.50.

Key Takeaways

This month's box from Petit Vour was a great fit for me. The only product that didn't feel like a good fit for me was the shampoo- and even then, the performance of the shampoo was nice. The mascara and moisturizer (the two products with highest values in this box) were both wonderful, and I can see that Ursa Major cream especially becoming a favorite in the future. Petit Vour does a good job of sending out well-rounded boxes with nice values for under $20, and I appreciate the effort they put in each month (it never feels like filler products have been put in my box the way it can with other subscriptions). 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.

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Other Things You Should Know

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

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!

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

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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

Jean

Hi Jessica. I really enjoy your reviews. I don’t know if you can post your answer on here but I have semi-curly (dry, mature, over-colored) hair. I am not coloring it anymore. I was wondering what shampoo/conditioner you use. You have beautiful hair and I am working on hydrating my hair (don’t like oils tho). If you can pass along what you use on your hair, that’d be helpful to me. Thank you.

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Jessica Hapak

Hi Jean!
For hydration I’ve really been loving the hydro rush shampoo and conditioner from Amika! I also like the shampoo and conditioner from Pattern (the line from tracee ellis Ross). Those would be the two true shampoos and conditioners I use, I also will use a clarifying scalp scrub (as needed) and deep conditioning masks (frequently).

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rachel

Great review, as always, Jessica. I know you’re going to give us your honest feedback on products.

I like reading your reviews for this reason– and why the new “sponsored” posts on MSA are so grating. Not to mince words, but I hate them. If I wanted fake glowing reviews, I’d be on social media. No chance to comment on those posts, for some reason….

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