KINDER BEAUTY BOX | A REVIEW

The new kid on the block in terms of subscription boxes is Kinder beauty Box. a vegan & cruelty free box filled with beauty + skincare items. The boxes are curated by actresses Evanna Lynch, (who played my favorite Harry potter character) Daniella Monet, and Andrew Bernstein. Advocating a plant based lifestyle and that is reflected in the title. Why not live a kinder life with the products that you use. 

This is an honest review of the January Kinder beauty Box box, which is unfortunately sold out, but a peek of what’s to come in their upcoming boxes. A monthly plan starts at $24. Each box will contain 3-4 full-sized products and samples that are 100% vegan, cruelty-free, and palm oil-free. The box and contents made from 100% recycled materials and is also biodegradable. A portion of all sales benefits animal rights charities. It’s wonderful that they are choosing products that are palm oil free because elevates the products in terms of social consciousness but also doing the work for you. 

I really appreciate that this is a consciously created box. There are many subscription boxes but you can truly see the effort and thought that was put into curating the boxes. The value of the Kinder beauty Box box exceeded my expectations with brands I love. Here are January’s selections

100% Pure Caffeine Eye Cream | contains green tea, coffee extract, rosehip oil for the delicate under eye area. Recommended for those days that dark circles or puffiness occurs.

Andalou Naturals Turmeric + C Enlighten Serum | I was so excited to see this product because I have not tried a vitamin C product, they are quite pricey and this one values at $25 but that’s almost the prince of the subscription box.  This contains turmeric, fruit stem cells, vitamin C to brighten your complexion  

INKA Organic Loose mineral eye shadow in Coco Motion | This is a new to me brand but I love the color and the ingredients are mineral based. 

Honeybee Gardens Eyeliner In Belgian Chocolate | Another makeup line I respect and love (their setting powders are wonderful!) this eyeliner is smooth and creamy in a universally flattering shade. 

Juara Rice Milk Cleanser | Another new brand for me, this was so welcomed because I love cleansers, seriously I really don’t like sleeping with makeup on so cleansing is like a ritual for me. I’m still trying to find a cleanser that is suitable for my skin (I’m other super dry or oily) so this is a treat. Made with rice bran, candlenut oil, and botanicals – I am excited to see how my skin reacts to this cleanser.

There was an extra goody in January’s box. Pure Vegan Vitamin B12 spray! Whether you eat plant based or not, it’s really important to get vitamin B12 and this is a quality supplement you can carry anywhere or on days you don’t have nutritional yeast. Here’s a good article on getting your vitamin B12.

I was genuinely impressed with Kinder Beauty Box . You receive plenty of full sized products which is always the payoff for me. The company wants to invite people to experience true cruelty free beauty. I appreciate showing that vegan products can rise above and beyond expectations. Honest thoughts? I have subscribed to previous vegan beauty boxes in the past but Kinder Beauty Box  is getting my seal of approval due to the: variety and quality of the products and price point. 

The January Kinder Beauty Box was kindly provided to I, all thoughts and opinions are our own.

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