I’m back with another The Vegan Kind box review… but sadly it will be my last for now. I am having to be more careful with money as I’m still on long-term sick leave so sadly most of my beauty boxes will have to go for now. It is definitely no reflection on the company as they are great and I’ve really enjoyed the boxes!
Rather than being monthly, like most beauty box subscriptions, this box is quarterly. You receive a box every 3 months, in February, May, August and November. The box £15 plus P&P every 3 months (ie you only pay on the months you will be receiving a box). You can find out more details on this post.
This is actually November’s box but I haven’t got round to reviewing and blogging it until now… sorry!
Emani Vegan Cosmetics – Soulmate Lipshine (£11)
This is a new brand to me but their cosmetics are vegan and cruelty free, which is always good! This is a lipgloss which contains Vitamin E, seed oil and jojoba, making it conditioning and hydrating. I have not tested it out as I don’t really wear gloss at the moment, so I will probably gift it to a friend. However it does look like a lovely product, it’s just my personal preference for matte liquid lipsticks at the moment!
Spectrum Collections Concealer & Eyeshadow Brush (£4.99)
I was so pleased when I saw this! Not just because it’s pink and pretty but because I have a bit of a makeup brush obsession. I didn’t realise until this year how much good brushes can improve the finish of your makeup. You don’t receive them in beauty boxes often, so it’s always a treat when you do. I haven’t heard of this brand before but it feels lovely – soft, but stiff enough to be effective. Of course, it is made from synthetic fibres not animal hairs (you’d be surprised how many brushes are still made of animal hair).
Discount code: use VEGANKIND10 when purchasing online, for 10% off.
Green People – Intensive Repair Shampoo (30ml trial size)
Another thing I was really pleased to receive! I mostly stopped using hair products that contain SLS this year. Not because I particularly had an issue with SLS, but I used shampoo and conditioner that didn’t contain it for a good few months (as it was a gift) and then realised how much healthier my hair looked and felt. I am not saying everyone should avoid it, but my hair does seem happier! This Green People shampoo is SLS free, and contains nutrients and proteins which strenghten and repair damaged hair.
This shampoo would also be good for you if you colour your hair, as it has an active ‘Colour Lock’ system. It smells quite botanical and herbal but not unpleasant.
Discount code: VEGAN20 for 20% off online.
Cocoyou – Coconut Oil (£5.99)
Unless you’ve been hiding on Mars, I’m sure you’ll have heard people raving about using coconut oil for beauty purposes – on the hair, as a cleanser, as a moisturiser…the list goes on! I have used it before, but only to make a homemade body scrub and lip scrub.
This Cocoyou product is 100% virgin coconut oil which can be used however you choose. They suggest using it as a face mask, cuticle softener, on the lips or through the ends of your hair to tame flyaways. You can even use it to clean your teeth, although I think I might dodge that one personally! Apparently it also has anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and anti-oxidant properties! Is there nothing it can’t do? I’m personally hoping it’s good at cleaning laptop keyboards, as I’ve just spilt it all over mine…. One thing to note is that if it’s warm in your house, it will go VERY runny!
Human + Kind – Hand, Elbow and Foot Cream (£6)
Isn’t this packaging gorgeous? It will look so pretty on my bedside table. The leaflet tells me that Human + Kind have “created a pared down approach to skincare, developing products capable of multi-functioning and benefiting all skin types and ages”. This moisturising cream can be used on the hands, feet and elbows (if you hadn’t already guessed by the name..!)
It contains shea butter, seed butter and avocado oil, making it super nourishing. It has a gentle, slightly menthol scent. It genuinely does leave dry skin super soft – I’ve used it on my extremely dry elbows and even one use has left them feeling nicer!
Vegan Compact Mirror
The final item in November’s box is this cute, fuchsia pink Vegan bunny mirror. As you can see, it has a design on one side – when you turn it over, it’s a handy compact mirror. I love the colour, very me, but I’m not totally sure if I’ll keep it or give it away as a gift yet. Although I like it, I’m personally not a vegan. I’m a vegetarian (and prefer cruelty free products wherever possible), so it feels a bit wrong to use it! I’ll have a think about it.
So what did you think of my last Vegan Kind review? Have I tempted you to give them a go? Let me know in the comments!Never miss another post from me! Click below to follow me on Bloglovin. If RSS or social media are more your style, check out my sidebar! Follow