March 2015 Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Review + Coupon
Disclosure: This box was received free for review. This post contains affiliate links
The March 2015 Vegan Cuts Beauty Box arrived on my door and I was excited to check it out. I had seen some spoilers and they all sounded great. Vegan Cuts Beauty Box is $19.95/month and each box contains 4-7 full size and deluxe size beauty products. Every product is cruelty free and is mostly organic and natural.
Shipping: Vegan Cuts ships anywhere! APO addresses (US Military) are no extra charge. They ship to Canada & Mexico for $8 extra, and to any other country for $15 extra. Since Canadian, Mexican, or military postal services are involved, it takes considerably longer to receive your subscription boxes, ranging from 2-4 weeks.
What’s in the box? Each month you’ll receive a delivery of 4-7 new products to try, ranging from unique cosmetics to luxurious skin care.
When am I billed? You’ll be billed for your first subscription box the moment you first sign up. After your first box, you’ll automatically be billed on the 10th of each month.
How do I cancel? Log into your account to cancel
Vegan Cuts ships in a little brown box and ships by USPS.
Cult Cosmetics Nail Polish: $12.00 I have received Cult Cosmetics nail polish in previous subscription boxes, and I am a fan. This polish is 5 free and made in California. I have always been pleased with Cult polish’s formula, so I am looking forward to using this. I love the pretty lavender shade, it’s perfect for spring.
Petal Fresh Scalp Treatment Shampoo $1.92 This shampoo has Tea Tree and Babassu Oil. This has a fantastic smell, that really wakes up your senses. This shampoo is great for dry, damaged hair. I tried this out and my hair looked healthier the next day. I am going to add this into my hair care routine, at least once a week.
Shea Terra Organics Bourbon Vanilla Whipped Shea Butter $2.00 I love shea butter, and it is the one ingredient I love in my lotion. This is a hydrating body butter, that is great for those rough places.
Kaia Bamboo Tapioca Exfoliating Beads There wasn’t a size printed on the package, so I couldn’t determine the retail value. This powder is made with bamboo exfoliating beads, white clay, tapioca powder, chick pea powder and coconut fatty acid. You can use this powder in many different ways. I tried this as a cleanser/exfoliate. To use, you put 1/4 tsp in your wet balm and mix with your finger. My skin felt clean and smooth after using this. This is one of my new favorite skin care products, and I will be buying the full size of this. You can also use this as a mask, makeup remover, antioxidant boost and more.
Azalia Spa Goods Mystical Juniper Oil I don’t know the size of this, so I couldn’t get the retail value. I am still pretty new to oils, so I would love to learn more ways to use this. This really smells like juniper berries and can be used to moisturize and soothe your skin.
Cult Cosmetics 3 Brush Set. This set is designed to be used on your nails, but I might use the fan brush to apply highlighter. This set was a free bonus to the first 500 subscribers in March.
Final Thought: This was a great Vegan Cuts box. I didn’t get a full retail value, but I feel this box was worth the cost. I love Cult Cosmetics and getting a full size polish was great. The Bamboo Tapioca Beads was one of the best new beauty/skin care products I have reviewed this year. The beads are a fantastic product and I am excited to try them out in different ways. I enjoyed learning about new products in this box and I appreciate that everything was cruelty free. If you want to try Vegan Cuts, you can check them out at this link.
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