Kinder Beauty Box February 2020 Review + Coupon!

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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!

First look!

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. I didn’t see any variations this month!

Looking good, I like the assortment this month!

I found a second card in my box.

This card had discount codes from each of the vendors found in the February box.

Everything in my box!

100% Pure Bright Eyes Mask ($7) I had a long weekend with little sleep and by the time Sunday rolled around I had bags under my eyes. I knew it was time to treat my eyes with these masks!

Aloe gel, green tea, hyaluronic acid, and cucumber hydrogel were some of the ingredients that help reduce puffiness while hydrating that delicate area. I thought they smelled a bit like rose water, although that wasn’t one of the ingredients. They felt nice and cool under my eyes and I think I did see a slight reduction in those bags, although the darkness remained. I’m still pleased and enjoyed the relaxing feeling while wearing my masks!

LXMI Nilotica Melt ($28) This product used to come in a glass jar with a copper wand for applying, and now it’s in this adorable tube that has a smaller carbon footprint.

The only ingredient is 100% organic Nilotica Reserve shea butter. It has a lot of moisturizing uses, such as on the face and under eyes, on elbows and heels, on lips and hands, on hair, etc. You can even use it for cooking!

The shea comes out solid, probably because it’s still winter, but it quickly melts and I feel like it won’t be wasted this way. I am going to concetrate on using it under my eyes and on my lips and cuticles before bed. It has a very faint nutty scent and I really like this product!

bellápierre Mini Kabuki Brush ($20) I frequently receive products from this brand in subscription boxes. This brush is supposed to be good for applying mineral makeup, but I think face powder might be a better product to use with this fluffy brush.

The bristles are synthetic and I did find a few loose ones, but overall this brush worked well and I used it with the following product.

bellápierre Mineral “Desert Rose” Blush ($20) I am loving this blush, it was perfect for my coloring and brightens my face in the best way!

It’s made with mica and titanium dioxide and provides some SPF.

The color is a great blend of cool and warm, pink and peach. I have light skin so this worked well for my coloring.

There was a plastic pull tab over the sifter in the lid.

I gave a little shake into the lid, dipped the kabuki brush in there, then tapped it before applying to my cheeks. It blended well and looked natural, plus it was buildable. This is going to be my go-to blush for a while, and I must say this is the best bellápierre product I’ve ever tried! Swatched below.

Evio Beauty Lip-spo Liner “Val” Pencil ($11) is from a new-to-me company and this liner doubles as a lipstick. The shade is described as a neutral nude but I am seeing some pinkiness in the color. It is very soft, I don’t think it works well as a liner for me, but it did work well as an all over color and I even applied a lipstick over top. Swatched below.

Swatched on top is the blush, and on the bottom is the lip liner.

Little Moon Essentials Passion Mist ($3.15) is a body or meditation spray that can be used on face, body, or surroundings. It is supposed to energize your mind, body, and soul.

It is made of distilled water and a few essential oils: tangerine, cinnamon, ylang ylang, nutmeg, patchouli, and cardamom. It is sweet and spicy! It is also very fleeting and won’t replace your perfume, but it’s not really supposed to. It is supposed to instantly get you in a sensual mood, and I really like the scent.

The February Kinder Beauty Box was my most favorite box from them yet! I was interested in all of these items, and the makeup colors worked well for me. The blush will last for a long time, and the eye patches helped me through a rough weekend. The Nilotica melt will help me combat dryness as winter nears its end, and the other items were hits with me too. The value for the February box was around $89.15, and I was happy to see discount codes so I can stock up on my favorites (or try some other products from these brands!).

What do you think of Kinder Beauty Box?

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