April 2016 Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Review

May 5, 2016By 1 Comment

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box April 2016

Y’all it’s Vegan Cuts Beauty Box reveal day, and April’s box was chock-full of fancy, deluxe-sized goodies! If this is the first time you’re hearing about this rad subscription service, it’s a monthly beauty box ($22.95/month with free shipping) that delivers 4-7 vegan and cruelty-free items (ranging from unique cosmetics to luxurious skincare) right to your doorstep. It’s the easiest way to discover cruelty-free brands without committing to full-size products or prices. You can sign up for this beauty box here. You can also peep my past Vegan Cuts Beauty Box reviews here.

Vegan Cuts April 2016

April’s Vegan Cuts Beauty Box included:

Enfusia Coriander and Rosewood Fizz & Foam Bath Bomb, $2.50 – This bath bomb has a super sexy, earthy floral vibe going on, and I like the hot pink speckles. I always share my bath bombs with my 3-year-old, because he thinks they’re pretty magical (and he’s right… sans the duds with zero fizzification). This bath bomb is made without phthalates, silicon, SLS, or parabens, making it a safer option for bath time fun and/or relaxation.

Enfusia bath bomb

Eco Lips Bee Free Lip Balm in Sweet Mint, $3.49 – In a world of 175,345 lip balm flavors, I almost always opt for mint when given the option (read: score!). I tried a fruiter flavor from Eco Lips and awhile back, and it wasn’t quite for me (smelled a bit artificial), but this minty flavor is spot on. I love how it simply contains nourishing butters, oils, waxes, and essential oils. It’s also made in the USA – yay!

Eco Lips lip balm

Cocokind Organic Facial Repair Serum,* $14 – This is an oil-based serum/moisturizer, and it’s made with only 3 ingredients – organic avocado oil, coconut oil, and rosehip seed oil. Coconut oil does sometimes break me out, so I’ll have to give this a trial run before committing. Coconut oil can also solidify in cooler temps (obvs not a prob during these toasty months) – not a big deal but worth noting.

Cocokind facial serum

Joshik Polish in “254,”$12 – Yay, this shade is a lovely berry/beet pink, and I featured it for this week’s Mani Monday – go peep it here! It’s 5-free, made in the USA and it’s of course, vegan and cruelty-free. 

Joshik nail polish

Goddess Garden Facial Sunscreen,* $5 – Ooh, I’m feeling this! I have a ton of body SPF but not so many facial ones. I love that this sunscreen is made with organic ingredients and that it doesn’t leave any thick white residue. It actually has a clay coloring to it, out of the tube, and it blends without a trace. It also has a subtle floral scent that I really like.

Goddess Garden sunscreen

Routine Natural Deodorant, $2 – This clay-based deodorant smells like heaven (earthy, woodsy, sweet, floral) – SO gorg! I’m actually not sure which scent is is… subscribers either got lavender lovlieness, spicy earth goodness, or patchouli and vanilla. I’m guessing I have patchouli and vanilla? I’ve tried Routine in the past and was impressed with their formula. This particular sample seemed a bit liquidy/runny, but I was still able to apply it pretty easily. I would definitely but a full size version of this deodoro. Just wish I could confirm which scent this was as there was no label on it.

Routine vegan deodorant

Marrakesh Endz Split End Mender, $6 – This product is designed to tame frizzies, split ends, and help with static control. Dang, this smells GOOD! Just checked the ingredients though and it has some unnatural additives that I’m trying to steer clear of like PEG-40, parfum, C13-14 isoparaffin… I’m not a purist by any means when it comes to green beauty, but I like to avoid synthetics and chemicals whenever I can. A+ packaging, though. 🙂

Marrakesh EndzMarrakesh hair treatment

*faves from this month’s box

Overall impression: There’s a lot of bang for the buck in this month’s beauty box – there were seven items, and everything together was valued at $44! It was a lovely mix of familiar faves and new-to-me brands! Top picks from this month’s box include the pretty pink nail polish, facial sunscreen, facial serum, and clay-based deodorant. Good, good stuff.

Love what you see? Join the Vegan Cuts Beauty Box fun with me! You can sign up right here

Vegan Cuts provided this box for review. Post contains affiliate links.

About Sunny ()

Longtime vegan, hardcore compassionate beauty junkie, serious cake aficionado, and lover of all things floofy and sparkly! If there's something in particular you'd like me to review, drop me a line at Sunny@VeganBeautyReview.com. You can also find me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Google +.

Filed in: Subscription Box Tags:

Comments (1)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. I believe your Routine deodorant is the same one I received. It was really confusing, but I noticed the stickers on the caps were all different. The green bird matched up with Lucy in the Sky, which is the vanilla & patchouli. http://www.routinecream.com/#!product-page/z2ok8/336d74ed-2ece-d97d-45c8-67c562420f4d Great review! 🙂

Leave a Reply

Au Naturale
OSEA Malibu - Solutions for Every Skin Type
The New So Shiny Value Set at butter LONDON, $28 Value, Now $12! Shop Now and Save!