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Petit Vour June 2017 Subscription Box Review

Better late than never! Here is my Petit Vour June 2017 Subscription Box Review.
Petit Vour June Subscription Box
I just received this box on July 1st. I received it late because I didn’t subscribe until mid-month. I wasn’t sure I’d get a June box at all and was pretty excited to see it when it showed up on my doorstep.

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The Petit Vour Break Down:

Petit Vour is a non-toxic, vegan, and cruelty free monthly beauty subscription box. Petit Vour is known as “the crème de la cruelty free.” According to their FAQ:

Petit Vour (peh-tee vohr) is a Frenglish word derived from the French confectionary, “petit four.” A petit vour is a small, cruelty-free luxury—non-toxic, vegan, and ethically made. Petit Vour boxes contain a selection of such things and are curated for the modern, ethical woman.

The products in this beauty box are large enough to thoroughly try out in your normal beauty routine. By the time you’ve finished the sample, you should have an idea of whether you’d like to buy the full size product or not. Sometimes full size products are included in the box. Once you subscribe to this box, you complete a beauty profile to receive skin, body, makeup, and hair care products tailored to your preferences.

Cost:

  • $15.00 per month in the USA.
  • $23.00 per month in Canada.
  • $25.00 per month World Wide.

Value: $36.50

Shipping: Boxes ship out in batches on a monthly basis between the 10th and 20th of the month. However, in my case for example, new subscribers may have their boxes shipped outside of this window depending on inventory.

Cancellation: If you want to cancel your box after subscribing, you can do so by e-mailing Petit Vour at cancel@petitvour.com.


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Inside my June 2017 Petit Vour box, I found the following products:

  • Modern Minerals Lip Crème Tint ($20 Value, Full Size),
  • Mai Couture Skincare Blotting Paper ($10 Value, Full Size),
  • Niu Body Coconut Oil Makeup Remover Wipes ($4 Value, Sample), and
  • My Daughter Fragrances Bloom 23 Perfume ($2.50 Value, Sample).

In addition to these products, there was a postcard that had a cute illustration on one side and info. on all of the included products on the other.

the creme de la cruelty free


Modern Minerals Lip Creme Tint
The first product I pulled out and immediately put on was the Modern Minerals Lip Crème Tint. This creamy lip tint goes on smooth and has a summery, semi-sheer look. The spherical container is perfectly sized to pop in your bag and go. As a bonus, each tint is infused with Lotus Wei flower essence and gemstone energy. Interesting!
Mai Couture Skincare Blotting Paper
The next product I was curious about was the Mai Couture Skincare Blotting Paper. These papers are infused with skin-nourishing ingredients, like Vitamins C and E.
Vitamin C Blotting Paper
The travel-friendly papers blot away facial oil and can safely be used over your makeup. Don’t worry they won’t disturb, smudge, or streak it.
Niu Body Makeup Remover Wipes
I next reached for the Niu Body Coconut Oil Makeup Remover Wipes. These natural makeup remover wipes are blended with pure coconut oil and organic essential oils. I was eager to try these, but they were a little dry. I don’t know if they dried out in transit, but this unfortunately made them difficult to use.
My Daughter Fragrance bloom 23
The fragrance sample was the last product I took out of the box. I’ve got to be honest, I was disappointed to see this. Fragrance samples are given away and thrown into carts and bags as free gifts ALL the time. If this was a bonus product in the box, I’d be okay with it, but to be one of the 4 main products received, meh. At least it smells good! I really do like the clean and light gardenia flower and vanilla scent.

Bottom Line:  You do save a bit of money with this box in comparison to buying these products individually, but this box isn’t even close to having the great value many other beauty boxes have. Being one of the few cruelty free beauty boxes out there, I’d really like to see it improve!

Have you tried Petit Vour?

If so, what did you think? If not, would you like to?

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