I’ve mentioned in some of my previous posts that The VeganKind had introduced a new subscription to their brand: A beauty box that will be sent out every three months! If you read my blog, you probably know I’m a bit of a beauty junkie and I really enjoy trying new products. With this box, I’ll have a few new items to try every couple of months!
I did take all of these photos in the evening, so they aren’t great. For all my fellow bloggers – how do you solve that problem? Evenings are the only time I have to photograph and I don’t really want to wait until the weekend every time…
The first item in the box was Organic Surge Million Dollar Anywhere Balm. I haven’t used this yet, but it looks perfect for my dry skin problems in the winter, so I think I’ll be popping this in my handbag and carrying it around with me for cracked skin emergencies. I’m really hoping to try a few more Organic Surge prodcuts in the future. They’ve been in the TVK boxes several times now and I’ve always loved their items!
Next up were two Freya Luna products, a Skin Support facial steam bath and a Happy Feet foot bath. Again, this brand has been featured before and I really loved it. I haven’t tried these two baths before, but I love facial steams and I’ll certainly be ordering these again if my skin reacts well!
I’ve mentioned Fairypants on the blog several times now. Alongside their incredible cute jewellery range, they produce sweet- and cocktail-scented lipbalms, eyeshadows and nail varnishes. All their products are cruelty-free and vegan, and their lip balms smell incredible. This one is no exception. I love christmas-themed cosmetics, so I think I’ll be using this balm a lot! The only thing I don’t really like about it is the texture. I previously used the Key Lime Pie balm, which was a solid balm, like most you would buy in a shop. This Candy Cane version is much softer, more like a cream, and I find it a little bit messy to apply. The smell more than makes up for it though!
Last up was a B. Vibrant Lip & Cheek Tint. I don’t need to tell you any more about how much I love B., do I? Easily available on the high street, completely vegan and full of beautiful products and shades, I have yet to purchase a product I don’t like. This is no exception. It blends easily onto the cheeks for a subtle blush, but I love it more as a lipstick. This will definitely become a staple item!
Overall, this box was worth £32.57, and I’ll be using every single product. I can’t wait to see what February’s box contains!
Did you buy The VeganKind’s Beauty Box? What did you think?