Our mission is to provide access to the best animal-free products and make kindness the standard in the luxury beauty market because we believe that animals shouldn’t have to sacrifice their lives for our pursuit of beauty. – Petit Vour
Loved it/bought it since ★★★★ • Good stuff ★★★ • Not for me ★★ • Hated it ★
My experience with Vegan Cuts has been so good, I wanted to try another vegan and cruelty-free subscription box! Petit Vour is $15 and they ship monthly.
The theme for April is Boheme Beauty—unconventional, feminine, pure—
Lily Lolo – Eye Shadow Quad, Smoky Rose – ★★★★
Description: Color your world with Lily Lolo’s Limited Edition Eye Shadow Quad. Contour, create a smoky effect, or use as eyeliner for a look that oozes with feminine, sophisticated glamour. Silky smooth texture and a gentle natural formula make these long-lasting shadows extremely versatile. The colors are very subtle, but build up brilliantly for a more dramatic look.
A new to me brand! Lily Lolo is a vegan and cruelty-free makeup brand based out of the UK and now available in the U.S. and Canada. This quad features a pearl white, smoky rose, soft mocha, and dark mocha colors. I think the soft mocha will be my go-to.
Harvey Prince – Yogini Fragrance – ★★★
Description: Get whisked away by Yogini, the fragrance that calms the mind, soothes the soul, and frees the spirit. Sandalwood purifies, grapefruit elevates, and Egyptian Myrrh add a touch of sensuality and serenity. Think of it as nature’s antidote to stress. Roll on first thing in the morning and whenever you need a fragrance mood boost.
I’ll be honest I hated Yogini at first. Hated. But it’s growing on my quickly. It seemed really department store-y at first like when you completely avoid that entrance, because of all the smells mixed into one. But a little time with it and I love the subtle musky notes. I’m glad I gave this another chance! The small size is perfect for keeping in a pocket or the car for a quick freshen up.
Kimberly Parry Organics – Creamy Cleanser – ★★★★
Description: High in sea minerals and vitamins, this coconut argan cleanser helps skin look and feel soft and silky. Use 1-2 pumps of cleanser and apply to wet skin in a gentle circular motion; rinse with cool to lukewarm water.
Ingredients: BioMarine complex, glycerin, decyl glucoside, sodium cocyl isethionate, glyceryl stearate SE, glycol stearate, citrus grandi (grapefruit) peel oil*, aniba roseodora (rosewood) oil, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil*, limanthes alba (meadowfoam) seed oil, argania spinosa (argan) kernal oil*, punica granatum (pomegranite) seed oil*, aloe barbadensis Leaf Juice*, tocopheryl acetatel, caprylic/capric triglyceride, lethicin, lactic acid, xanthum gum, leuconostoc/radish root ferment filtrate.
Consider this cleanser gone. It’s so gone I couldn’t even show you a picture. If you go to their site I received a bottle similar in shape to what is listed, but smaller in size. It’s a smooth creamy cleanser that rubs into the skin nicely. Rinsing was easy and it left my face and neck feeling smooth, but not dry.
Jane Scrivner – Intense – ★★★
Description: A ‘night’ oil for fine lines and wrinkles. Moisturizing, soothing, and incredibly absorbent. Organic oils combine to increase luminescence and improve elasticity.
Ingredients: 100%, Organic, cold pressed, Rosa Mosqueta oil.
It’s never to early to get into a serum routine and a mix of healthy oils seems just perfect. I can’t find their stance on whether all of their products are vegan so double-check the ingredients. They seem to be a UK based company so shipping is quite a bit extra for U.S. residents.
I look forward to future Petit Vours!
Interested in the Petit Vour sub box? “Inside your box, you’ll find 4 personalized beauty products for you to apply, blend, buff, lather, soak, and spray. The samples are generously sized (and sometimes full-sized!), with enough product for you to figure out if it’s right for you.” [more info here]