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 $27 per month, you'll receive 100% vegan and cruelty-free products, which include skincare, haircare, makeup, and other accessories.
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This month's box is "Dew Some Good," and I've been looking for a summer re-dew, so let's dig in!
Kinder Beauty recently changed the format of their boxes. They have embraced a "choose your own adventure" approach (yay!), so now Kinder offers 3 base or "foundation" products, and you can choose one product from each of two categories. Kinder was kind enough to send us each product in both categories so you can get a better look at this month's choices.
In the second choice category, you get to choose one of three products including Made by Kinder Dew-Gooder Hyaluronic Serum ($26 value), Sukin Revitalizing Face Scrub ($9.99 value), or Moonlit Skincare Silk Scrunchie ($10 value).
Well People Expressionist Volumizing Mascara - Retail Value - $20 value
Of course, I had to go with the mascara choice. I love trying new mascara formulas, especially when they promise you the moon, the stars, and a fab set of voluminous lashes. This is a dry, buildable formula that was very easy to apply. I've had some allergy issues recently, and this mascara didn't sting my eyes when I inevitably cried it off. I also didn't notice any flaking throughout the day, which makes this pick a total winner.
Made by Kinder Dew-Gooder Hyaluronic Serum - Retail Value - $26 value
When I saw that this was a choice, this pick was a total no-brainer. I was fortunate enough to review a trio of Made by Kinder's new serums (here is my review of all three serums), and I've been using them all ever since, not looking back. This serum is loaded with hyaluronic acid, a humectant holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water, which douses your skin with hydrating TLC. Niacinamide and lactic acid add anti-aging benefits to this serum and also aid in correcting uneven skin tone and texture. I alter this serum in the morning with the Vitamin C serum, and between the two working their magic, my face hasn't looked this good since I was in my 20's.
AllWell Beauty Botanical Hydrating Moisturizer - Retail Value - $54.00
I can never have too much moisturizer on hand, and is it weird that I am obsessed with this packaging? I can't tell you how many times I've sworn off my several favorites over the years because their jar packaging causes them to degrade so fast; this jar/pump hybrid is a hygienic and easy way to up your skincare game. Packaging aside, this is a hydrating moisturizer without a heavy or greasy feel. This has moisturizing ingredients like ceramides, antioxidant peptides, hyaluronic acid, and vegan collagen that also help to combat signs of aging and wrinkles.
Well People Revitalizing Dew Snow Mushroom Eye Gel-Cream - Retail Value - $18.00
Gel-cream consistencies usually never seem to quench my dry skin's needs, but this one takes the cake. Usually, I cake on eye creams, but one thin layer helped make my undereyes look refreshed and soothed. Its list of ingredients features heavy hitters like hyaluronic acid and broccoli seed oil, which helps to brighten and smooth textured skin.
Mudmasky Root Feeding Hair Mask - Retail Value - $19.00
Mudmasky is a fabulous brand that boasts pH-balanced, clean, and natural skincare products. I am always attracted to their bright, colorful packaging, but it is what's on the inside that really matters. The pro-vitamin b5 helps to eliminate dandruff as well as limit the amount of hair lost when brushing your hair. I loved the way this mask made my hair feel silky, smooth and way more nourished than from your average conditioner.
This month's Kinder Beauty Box sent out another winning collection of products this month. Honestly, it is hard for me to pick a favorite item because everything is so good! I will say that I am impressed with the range of products sent this month; my complexion, hair, and undereyes will be looking their best all summer long, thanks to the lovely folks at Kinder Beauty.
The element of surprise and experimentation that subscription boxes offer is still there with the three base products everyone receives, but choosing two things has made this subscription even dearer to me. This month’s box variation, including my two chosen products, has a retail value of $137, which is an excellent value for its cost of $27.
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Value – Was This Box Worth It?
The Cost: $27
Value Breakdown: This month's box has a retail value of $134.99, a great value for a $27 box. Alternatively, you are paying $5.40 for each of the 5 items in this box.
To Wrap Up
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