Vegan Cuts + Leaping Bunny Beauty Box Review
What’s better than getting hand-picked cruelty-free and vegan beauty products delivered right to your door step? Why having a box full of goodies from Vegan Cuts that was specially hand-picked with the help of Leaping Bunny, the gold standard for certified cruelty-free cosmetics and household products!! =)
What You Need To Know About Vegan Cuts Beauty Box
Vegan Cuts is a 100% vegan monthly subscription box
Includes 4-7 vegan + cruelty-free beauty products
Beauty Box costs $22.95/month
Free shipping within U.S., $9 to Canada, $15 Internationally
*Prices updated: Oct 5, 2016
December Vegan Cuts Box
Concrete Minerals – Mineral Eyeshadow in SMUT ($8.00)
I was a bit apprehensive when I opened the lid of this mineral eyeshadow. Since the jar it came in is black, the color wasn’t really coming through. I could see there was some shimmer but it looked more like a charcoal color than it does on their website. When I swatched it, it looks like its in between a grey and purple shimmery eyeshadow. I can see myself using this to create more of a smoke eye.
Crazy Rumors – Cinnamon Bun Lip Balm ($3.50)
I have heard of Crazy Rumors since the beginning of my vegan journey almost 4 years ago but haven’t got my hands on one of their lip balms yet! and boy have I been missing out cause Crazy Rumors vegan balms have easily moved up to be one of my top must-haves now! Other vegan balms can’t compare to Crazy Rumors’ flavors and delectable scents!!! This cinnamon bun one is the real deal though. Seriously.
Auromère – Mint Toothpaste ($1.00)
I have heard great things about this brand of Ayurvedic toothpaste before and it’s probably something I wouldn’t have bought on my own so it was a nice treat to see it in this month’s box! This mint toothpaste by Auromère features 23 botanical extracts, the flavor and texture takes a little bit of getting used to.
Demes – Cleansing Oil and Makeup Remover ($6.00)
And yet another brand I’ve heard of before but haven’t had the chance of trying! Demes is a family owned and operated Canadian business and out of all their products, I am so happy I get to try their cleansing oil made with only 4 ingredients: castor oil, olive oil, tea tree oil, and geranium oil. It does a great job of removing all of my face and eye makeup and leaves my face feeling super soft, smooth, and cleansed!
Lauren Brooke Cosmetiques – Pressed Blush ($14.00)
I got this blush in my last month’s LaRitzy beauty box in the exact same shade, ‘Sweet Sixteen’ but this one came pressed. It’s extremely pigmented yet blendable so you only need a little but I find that the color is a bit too dark for my skin tone since I’m way lighter during this time of year.
Acure Organics – Cell Stimulating Facial Mask ($7.00)
I have been dying to try some of Acure Organics products. I’ve emailed them before asking for a list of their Canadian retailers/distributors but they have yet to expand across the border so I was excited to see their ‘cell stimulating facial mask’ in this month’s Vegan Cuts box! What I like about this mask is that it goes on smoothly and doesn’t dry or crack like other face masks and it’s super easy to rinse off. Leaves my skin feeling soft and refreshed!
Final Thoughts on Vegan Cuts December Box
The total value of this month’s Vegan Cuts beauty box is $39.50 and it came with a fabulous variety of lip products, skincare, color cosmetics, and even a toothpaste! and it was an added bonus that this box was specially curated to include 100% Leaping Bunny certified products!
This box was very interesting because I always say that these subscription boxes are great for discovering new cruelty-free + vegan brands and products. However I’ve already heard of most of these brands before yet I haven’t tried any of their products before receiving my Vegan Cuts box! So, major thumbs up on this month’s box!
What do you think of the vegan beauty products included in Vegan Cut’s December Beauty Box? Tried any of these products before or would you want to try any of them?
Disclaimer: I received samples in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are always 100% my own. This post contains affiliate links.