My July Petit Vour box finally arrived on July 31st. I often show my Petit Vour box on my InstaGram, but here on the blog you will get the unboxing AND first impressions. Full reviews to follow once I’ve had a chance to test things out. [info in italics is taken from the Petit Vour website]
Petit Vour is a cruelty-free and vegan monthly subscription box with four (occasionally five) products. The subscription is $18 USD a month in the US, $23 USD for Canada, and $25 USD for the rest of the world. With the exchange rate @1.3408 my box cost me $30.84 CAD this month.
Let’s take a closer look at what was in this month’s Petit Vour box:
Tere Mère Smudge-Proof Anti-Aging Eye Shadow Base (full size $36 USD)
A creamy lightweight primer that glides on seamlessly, creating a waterproof canvas for cream and powder eye color, so your make-up stays fresh, vibrant and crease-free all day. The primer contains miniscule optical blurring pigments which diffuse light, giving your skin tone a flawless finish. The innovative anti-aging formula brightens and hydrates the skin, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and improving elasticity.
Perfect timing, my current shadow primer is pretty old and nearly used up. This one sounds great!
Kalos After Hours Soothing Night Cream (full size 1.7oz $44 USD , sample size 0.5oz $11 USD)
A soothing pH balanced crème for vulnerable skin. Natural oils and botanicals gently hydrate and soothe the skin while Vitamin C & E provide antioxidant protection. Nightly use helps irritated and stressed skin quickly regain glow and vibrancy.
This night cream sounds perfect for me!
French Girl Organics Lait de Rose Vitamin C Polishing Wash (full size 1.35oz $40 USD, sample size 0.85oz $15 USD)
Lait De Rose is a facial exfoliant rich in Vitamin-C. The powder-based polishing wash is waterless, as to be mindful of our environmental impact, and promotes healthy aging by increasing collagen production and helping to repair damaged skin. Plus, it looks, feels, and smells amazing.
Lait De Rose is hand-made with all-natural ingredients. Kakadu Plum, a superfruit that contains the highest known Vitamin-C levels of any natural food source in the world, works with Watermelon Powder to brighten skin by stimulating collagen production and cell regeneration. White Willow Bark Extract acts as an enzymatic exfoliator removing impurities on the cellular level, while finely-milled Bamboo and Pomegranate Enzyme Powders act as gentle physical exfoliators. Coconut Milk Powder, from which the luxurious product gets its name, softens and deeply nourishes skin. Suitable for all skin types.
I love skincare products, and this one sounds pretty gentle, I can’t wait to try it!
Ursa Major Bright & Easy 3-Minute Flash Mask (full size 1.7oz $44 USD, sample size size approx 0.25oz $6 USD)
This gentle but oh-so-effective “flash” enzyme face treatment quickly exfoliates dead surface skin while accelerating turnover to enhance the appearance of skin’s tone, elasticity, luminosity and firmness – all without the irritation associated with harsh scrubs or chemical peels. If the texture and aroma don’t knock your socks off, the results definitely will!
- AHAs, BHAs and enzymes clarify and
- Boosts the appearance of skin’s firmness
- Evens the look of skin tone and texture
- Easy to use and rinses clean
- Works (wonders) for all skin types,
even with sensitive skin
Aroma: A breezy, tropical blend with hints of pineapple, coffee and orange.
The plant-derived enzyme complex is infused with probiotics to improve the formula’s potency and stability.
Facial masks are one of my absolute favourite skincare products. Hopefully this will be ok for my sensitive skin.
This month’s box is worth $68 USD which works out to $91.17 CAD! I really think this month’s box looks really great and I cannot wait to try everything out and let you know what I think of it all. Reviews to follow as soon as I test everything out.
What do you think of this month’s Petit Vour box?
Thanks for reading
Disclosure: I pay for this monthly subscription box.