Freedom Mallows Choc Dip (Full Size)
Fit Bites Maca Mantra (Full Size)
White Rabbit Skincare Toning Eye Cream (Full Size)
Eat Real Quinoa Chips (Full Size)
Supernutrients Banana Powder (Full Size)
Beyond Skin 25% Discount Code
Total Value: £18.58
February’s The VeganKind box has been rather fantastic, I must say! At nearly £20 total value, it’s certainly worth the cost, and I feel like the products were really creative this time.
When the box arrived, I was completing the Tone It Up 7 Day Slim Down, so I had to work very hard to not eat the Freedom Mallows immediately! When I did treat myself to them on Saturday morning, they were heavenly. I did learn the hard way that the chocolate sauce isn’t really a good thing to eat while wearing a white top though, so consider yourselves warned. While I didn’t really like the FitBites at all, I adored the quinoa crisps. I’ve purchased these a few times before, and they’ve managed to get the vegan Sour Cream flavour spot on! I have yet to try the banana powder, though. I’m somewhat at a loss about what to do with it… if you have any suggestions, please let me know in the comments!
My favourite item is the White Rabbit Skincare eye cream. I’ve been feeling quite tired recently and my eyes have really been showing it. Having tested the cream for a few days in a row, I have to admit that it’s really effective and I now love it! I’ll be repurchasing when it’s empty.
Did you receive this month’s TheVeganKind box? What’s your opinion on it? And what are you doing with the banana powder?
Disclaimer: I receive a 50% blogging discount on my TheVeganKind subscription. This does not affect the honesty of my review in any way. If I don’t like something, I’ll be sure to let you know!