Kinder Beauty Box is a vegan and cruelty-free subscription box that sends skincare, hair care, makeup, and accessories. Each month you will receive up to $165 worth of clean, vegan & cruelty-free skincare, makeup, hair-care and accessories and at least two of those products will be full-sized! The items are compassionately curated by Daniella Monet and Evanna Lynch. All Kinder Beauty Box products are guaranteed to be 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Kinder Beauty Box is $25 a month, with free shipping to the US, $5.95 elsewhere. Price drops to as low as $23 a box with a prepaid 6-month plan. A portion of all sales will go towards benefiting the founders favorite animal rights and environmental causes.
Every product that goes into a Kinder Beauty box is 100% vegan, and every brand we work with is completely cruelty-free. This means the products and ingredients are never tested on animals, the products aren’t sold in China or any other countries that mandate animal testing, and the brands aren’t owned by any parent companies that test on animals.
DEAL: Use coupon code HELLO5 for $5 off your first order!
I received a product information card.
The inside of the card listed each product and their MSRPs. Websites were also listed in case you want to order more products. There were a couple of variations so all possible items were shown.
Everything in my box!
Let’s see which variations I received for January’s box!
SF Peeling Pad Berry Good ($3) Peeling products can be fun as long as you realize that most of the “peeling” is product itself and not really your dead skin sloughing off in mass quantities.
Easy to use instructions were on the back of the pack. Use the pad on dry skin and rinse when finished. This was perfect for my teenager, she was so excited to try it because she is always worried about her pores.
Glov On The Go Make Up Remover ($11.73) I want to point out that this next product came in a bio-degradable bag that will dissolve over about 12 months, instead of lasting indefinitely in a landfill.
Insructions for the GLOV were on the back of the package.
Wet with water and use it to remove eye and/or face makeup. It doesn’t remove every trace for me, but it removes a good amount and saves my washcloths from getting stained.
It fits over all of the fingers with the exception of the thumb. It’s soft and can be reused again and again. They suggest washing with their special cleanser but I throw it in with my towels.
R+Co Trophy Shine + Texture Spray ($9.07) I am happy to have received this product and not the leave-in spray because this is better for my fine hair. It’s supposed to add texture, volume, and shine and has clay to absorb oil. You can use on towel dried hair and then style, or use it on dry hair. The scent is perfume-like but doesn’t hang around. I watched a video on the R+Co website and then tried it out on myself and I liked it. It didn’t give me the same results as the video but it did a decent job and wasn’t too hard to comb through while blow drying.
Tea Tree Wand Quick Blemish Relief ($42) My daughter claimed this right away but I did give it a try first!
It’s got witch hazel, cinnamon, tea tree, lavender, and spearmint plus some jojoba oil.
The jojoba oil keeps the skin from drying out by mimicking the oil on the face.
Unfortunately, the rollerball is faulty and the product leaked when I used it. I had a look on Instagram and discovered that I wasn’t the only one with this problem. Dirty Lamb responded to my comment and said sorry and that they were working to improve the packaging but didn’t offer to replace the product. Kinder also commented and said to reach out to their team so they could take care of it. I’m not sure why the product is so pricey, the ingredients are easily found and inexpensive, but it worked well and mostly smelled like spearmint. But maybe wait until they change the packaging or your $42 will literally go down the drain.
Lotte Naturals Morgan Eye Serum ($17) I need all the under eye help I can get so I am always happy to see eye products in a subscription box!
A full list of ingredients wasn’t on the box but the website listed sweet almond oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, frankincense, lavender, roasted coffee oil, green coffee oil, elderberry, and vitamin E.
Roll on under eyes and gently pat the oil into the skin. The caffeine is supposed to depuff while the frankincense is said to reduce inflammation. The product mostly smells like lavender. Apply once per day
I was well pleased with the January Kinder Beauty Box! The GLOV will be used again and again, my older daughter loves her tea tree wand, and my younger daughter enjoyed the peeling pad. I think the eye serum is my favorite, and the hair product was perfect for my fine hair. All of the items in my box found a loving home and that makes me very happy. The value for the January box was around $82.80!
What do you think of Kinder Beauty Box?