Which Cruelty-Free & Vegan Beauty Subscription Box to Subscribe to?

Don't know which vegan beauty box to subscribe to?

Subscription boxes are a fabulous way to try and discover new products without having to do any work. The boxes are shipped directly to your doorstep periodically (usually once a month) where you’ll receive a thoughtfully curated box full of goodies just waiting for you to try! It’s that easy.

All that’s left for you to do is finding the right box to subscribe to! When it comes to both cruelty-free and vegan beauty boxes, there are 5 that are worth trying! Other boxes claim to contain beauty products that are not tested on animals however they may contain animal derived ingredients like carmine, lanolin, beeswax, and honey making them not vegan.

Vegan Beauty Subscription Boxes

discover amongst these top 5 vegan beauty box subscriptions!

These 5 beauty subscription boxes are 100% vegan and I highly recommend subscribing to one if you’re new or just switching over to vegan beauty products because this makes the process so much easier and enjoyable!

Finding the right vegan beauty box to subscribe to depends on what you want out of it. They all range in prices ($15-40) and carry a variety of different products. I recommend subscribing to just ONE of these vegan beauty boxes as there may be some cross-overs and you might end up getting duplicates.

5 Vegan Beauty Subscription Boxes

Petit Vour

Subscribe to Petit Vour if you want quality over quantity.

  • Monthly subscription
  • Price: $15 for US, $23 for Canada, $30 for International
  • Ships to: US, Canada, International (shipping cost included in prices)
  • Products Included: 4-5 products (all beauty products)
  • Average value ($) of products included in each box: $42

Petit Vour is the most affordable monthly subscription box out of the group starting at $15. You’ll receive 4-5 vegan luxury beauty products; 2 of which are full size, making the average value of a Petit Vour box ~$42. Petit Vour is perfect for someone who is looking for green, natural, eco, but luxurious vegan beauty products. This box is more about the quality of each product than the number of goodies included.


Vegan Cuts Beauty Box

Subscribe to Vegan Cuts Beauty Box if you want to receive more number of products.

  • Monthly subscription
  • Price: $22.95/month
  • Ships to: US (Free), Canada ($9), International ($15)
  • Products Included: 4-7 products (all beauty products)
  • Average value ($) of products included in each box: $52

Not to be confused with Vegan Cuts’ other subscription and specialty boxes, they have one exclusively for 100% vegan beauty products shipped to your doorstep every month. Vegan Cuts’ beauty box starts at $22.95 and includes about 4-7 products; 3-4 of which are full size or deluxe sample sizes. The average value of a Vegan Cuts beauty box is about $52. If you want more  products in each month’s box then Vegan Cuts is definitely the one to go with as they contain more number of samples than any of the other boxes. Also, brands included in a Vegan Cuts beauty box are more affordable and accessible (some of which you can get at your local drugstore) so if you end up loving something you tried from their box, there’s a chance you can find it locally.

*Update Oct 5, 2016: Vegan Cuts now offers a quarterly 100% Vegan MAKEUP beauty box! View details here

LaRitzy's December Vegan Beauty Box


Subscribe to LaRitzy if you want the most bang for your buck.

  • Monthly subscription
  • Price: $24.99/month, $14.99/month for mini-box
  • Ships to: US (Free), Canada ($5), International ($10)
  • Products Included: 4-5 products and 2-3 in the mini-box (all beauty products)
  • Average value ($) of products included in each box: $85

LaRitzy is the latest addition in the realm of vegan beauty subscription boxes! LaRitzy is in the mid-price range starting at $24.99 but they recently just launched a more affordable box, LaRitzy Mini that starts at $14.99 making it comparable to Petit Vour.

In each month’s LaRitzy vegan beauty box, you’ll get 4-5 products which are all either full size or deluxe sample sizes. This is what makes LaRitzy’s monthly boxes the highest valued , at about ~$85. If you want value, then LaRitzy box is the way to go! You are paying more than Petit Vour and Vegan Cuts but you make up for it in the total value of goods received in each month’s box.

Editor’s Note: LaRitzy announced they will be ending their monthly curated subscription boxes and will begin a new business venture of creating their own line of cruelty-free cosmetics. Starting August 2016, LaRitzy curated boxes will no longer be available.

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Love Goodly

Subscribe to Love Goodly if you’re in the US and want more than just beauty products.

  • Bi-monthly (every other month) subscription
  • Price: $39.95
  • Ships to: US only (Free)
  • Products Included: 5-7 products (beauty products, healthy snacks, and eco accessories)
  • Average value ($) of products included in each box: $85

Love Goodly is one I have heard of before but haven’t gotten my hands on it because they only ship within US. Love Goodly ships every other month and is the most expensive one out of the bunch at $39.95. What makes Love Goodly different from other vegan beauty boxes is that they just don’t include beauty products but also some healthy snacks and eco accessories. You’ll get 5-7 full size products in each box making the average value at ~$85. This box is perfect for you if you want more than just beauty products.

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The Vegan Kind

Subscribe to The Vegan Kind beauty box if you’re in the UK.

  • Quarterly (every 3 months) subscription
  • Price: £15
  • Ships to: UK only (£3.15)
  • Products Included: 4-6 products (beauty and lifestyle products)
  • Average value ($) of products included in each box: £30

The Vegan Kind is based in the UK and only ships within the UK so I haven’t personally tried it yet. The Vegan Kind beauty box (not their lifestyle box) starts at £15 and ships quarterly (every 3 months). Each box includes about 4-6 products and contains both vegan beauty and lifestyle products, the average value of The Vegan Kind beauty box is about £30. This box is perfect for you if you’re in the UK as it’s the most affordable international option in comparison to shipping Petit Vour, LaRitzy, or Vegan Cuts to the UK for around £21-25.

Final Words

As you can tell, no two vegan beauty subscription service is identical so I encourage you to explore your options and also know that if you subscribe to one and change your mind, you can cancel anytime. I’m telling ya, these boxes are completely hassle-free and worth the investment for finding,discovering, and loving vegan and cruelty-free beauty!

I wanna know, Which is your favourite vegan beauty subscription box and what makes it so amazing?

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Vicky Ly

I'm Vicky! I've been a vegan for 4 years and want to do my small part in making the world a kinder place. When I'm not on my laptop creating or designing, I enjoy running, vegan chocolate chip cookies + ice cream, and the occasional Simpsons marathon.

  • January 13, 2017

    Great point Vicky, these boxes are an excellent and affordable way to discover new brands and products, without having to do heaps of work. They make excellent gifts too – a great way to introduce friends and family to the world of cruelty-free beauty! Excellent post 🙂

  • Jillian Anderson
    January 4, 2017

    Have you tried Benevolent beauty box?

  • October 25, 2016

    What w0uld you recommend to someone who is deciding between Vegan Cuts and Petit Vour?? I am also very interested in the new Vegan Cuts Makeup box but I really want something monthly.

  • June 23, 2016

    Hey Vicky – I’m really big on all natural/organic/cruelty/free vegan products and I am able to incorporate all natural, organic and humanely sustained products in my food easily and same with bath and body products but it is harder to do with makeup,, I do it as much as I can but there’s not a lot of it readily available in makeup stores such as Sephora so I’m usually confined to just a couple makeup companies that are available online that I know are CF/V with their makeup as well as brushes because some companies may seem all natural/organic/CF/V but I do a lot of digging to ensure they are and a lot don’t make the cut, they just trick people because most probably wouldn’t check and with the couple I knew were legitimate I was confined to those brands so I’d never be able to try different companies and products all at once and for a great price as I could with a box that’s why then I saw this amazing post about beauty boxes – I always wanted to try one but the reason I did not is I did not want to be sent products that were not cruelty free or vegan as I didn’t want to support their business by even receiving samples. I’ve now gone and signed up for a Petit Vour box and it’s all thanks to you! I didn’t see a link as some reviewers have so you can receive your well deserved reward but I did mention this website when it asked how I heard about them!

  • March 14, 2016

    I wish I saw this post before now, haha. I just published something similar (great minds think alike, amiright). 🙂

  • March 10, 2016

    The UK really needs to get with it. We have virtually no options with regards to cruelty free beauty boxes. LaRitzy looks like a lovely subscription box!

  • March 10, 2016

    Great post!
    I’ve made the comparisons myself and ended up with LaRitzy and I have to say I am SUPER pleased. They were also the kindest on shipping expenses.
    About The Vegan Kind, Kelly from TheVeganTaff actually just wrote the other week about how she’s kind of disappointed with them…haven’t tried it personally though.

      • March 10, 2016

        Good question!
        They do have a beauty box in Italy but definitely not a cruelty free one . I also saw a review that said it was pretty bad.
        I found one in Sweden that looks organic and good but then LaRitzy starting sending to Europe and I think I’ll be staying with them for a while 🙂

        About TVK I agree. Plus because it’s a quarterly box I expected it to be super exciting but it seems otherwise. Again, haven’t tried it personally, just the impression I got from reading.

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