Kinder Beauty Box March 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!

I found a second card in my box.

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

My items were tucked into white paper squiggles and one item was held in bubble wrap.

Looking good!

Everything in my box!

It looks like we have a mostly skin-care focused box this month!

ESW Beauty Sheet Mask ($6) A mask can be a great way to relax at the end of the day. This one is a “raw juice” mask and they made sure to state on the back that this is for external use only, don’t try to drink it!

Ingredients include water, glycerin, and hyaluronic acid. Broccoli, spinach, and apple extracts are in the middle of the list. There are citrus essential oils near the bottom. I would suggest using this in the evening since those essential oils can leave skin sensitive to the sun. Apply the mask to clean, toned skin and leave on for 15-20 minutes. After removing the mask, rub the remaining essence into skin.

Glaminizers Renew + Dew Mist ($22) The idea of this product is that if you spritz onto the face after doing your makeup, it will help “melt powders and makeup into the skin, creating dewiness on the high points of the face and leaving your makeup flawless!” You can also use it as a toner. There wasn’t any info on the bottle but the ingredients include distilled water, rose water, witch hazel, aloe, and essential oils. I would prefer it to not have citrus essential oils but the scent isn’t very strong. Make sure to wear sunscreen! Note that there are two metal balls in the bottle to help mix the product so give it a shake before using.

Willing Beauty Do Over Cleanser ($18) Lately I have been using the Drunk Elephant Beste Jelly Cleanser before bed and my first thought is that this is very similar!

The ingredients aren’t 100% the same but I did see some similarities. This cleanser starts as a gel and then turns white and gives some decent sudsing action. It removed all of my makeup in one go and I was really happy with this new-to-me brand. The HY+5 Complex includes hyaluronic acid to keep skin moist while apple extract helps remove dead skin cells.

Opagee Rosehip Beauty Oil Blend ($21) I really enjoy using facial oils but I have a hard time finding products without essential oils, especially citrus oils (which I am worried will cause me to get sunburned). Luckily this one is free of any essential oils!

Rosehip, grapeseed, apricot seed, and sunflower seed oils plus Vitamin E are the only ingredients and I love to see a short ingredient list.

Rosehip oil is supposed to provide anti-aging benefits to the skin thanks to its fatty acids.

The oil doesn’t have much scent and I applied a couple of drops to my clean, damp face and then massaged it in. I am so happy to add this to my collection!

Medusa’s Makeup Eye Dust in Penny Wise ($8) Our only non-skincare item this month was an eyeshadow!

Or, as the company calls it, Eye Dust. This one is made of mica, titanium dioxide, and (according to their website) iron oxide.

This has a sifter on top so you can gently shake out product into the lid.

There was a piece of plastic tape over the top so you may need to remove that with tweezers first. Be careful, a little of this stuff goes a long way.

Here it is swatched in indoor light. I wiped it on my arm, then wiped the rest on top. I used my finger here but when I applied to my eyes I used a brush.

Here’s what it looks like in full sun. Lots of glimmer! I used a light base color on my eyes and then used this in the crease and outside corner of my lid and was pretty happy with the shade!

I found a lot of skincare in my March Kinder Beauty Box! I was especially happy with the cleanser and face oil, these are going to get a lot of use in my routine. The spritz didn’t do much for me but others might have better luck. The mask is perfect for me-time and the eye shadow is stunning. The value for the March box is around $75!

What do you think of Kinder Beauty Box?


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