Review & Giveaway: Petit Vour Luxury Beauty Box

Subscription boxes are all the rage right now, and it seems there are numerous options to choose from these days. The most recent one to catch my attention is Petit Vour, luxury vegan beauty products tailored to your preferences and delivered right to your door in a pretty pink box! Petit Vour was generous enough to offer one lucky reader a chance to win their very own May box, so read on for the review and enter to win!

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Petit Vour is dedicated to finding the most luxurious, ethical beauty products out there. When my April box arrived, I was tickled pink (pun intended) by the pink and black box that appeared in the mail – I knew this wasn’t going to be your ordinary beauty box. When I opened it up, I squealed with joy at the beautiful products inside. These are good sized samples, not little tiny packets of product, which allow you to really give them a try so you can decide if you want to add them to your daily routine.

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The April box included a Pressed Mineral Eyeshadow quad from Lily Lolo in the most amazingly gorgeous earth shades (perfect for my skin tone), a Creamy Cleanser face wash from Kimberly Parry SeaOrganics, Jane Scrivner Rose Gold Ultimate Facial Serum and Harvey Prince Yogini Eau de Parfum (which smells DIVINE – I have it on right now and I keep inhaling my wrist). They weren’t kidding when they said these items would be luxurious and for $15 a month, you really can’t go wrong!

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You guys know how much I love supporting vegan companies and I am definitely a huge fan of Petit Vour! You can tell the amount of love and compassion that went into putting this collection together. If you want to win a beauty box of your own and discover how great it is, enter in the rafflecopter widget below (your box will contain different items from the ones shown above)!  Open to U.S. & Canada residents – contest ends May 9th!

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27 thoughts on “Review & Giveaway: Petit Vour Luxury Beauty Box

  1. Ashley Mauceri

    With all of the awesome products on the market right now, there is no excuse for animals to suffer for me to look pretty! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

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  2. Nixx

    Cruelty-free….FTW!!! There is no need to test on animals or use them as ingredients…looks like an awesome company!!

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  3. Camille

    Wow! What an amazing service. Vegan beauty products are just as important to me as vegan foods! And if you have to test it on an animal to ensure its safety, I don’t want it on my body, anyway!

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  4. Cadry

    What a fun box! This looks like a lot of great stuff. In answer to the question, cruelty free products are important to me, because I care about animals and don’t want them to suffer.

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  5. Mahdi Martin

    Cruelty-free beauty is important to me because animals have no choice in the matter. It is up to us humans to make the right choice and respect Mother Nature!

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  6. Cee

    I choose cruelty free because I’d hate to think that anything I’m wearing would contribute to the suffering of animals. It’s unnecessary.

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  8. Amanda T.

    It’s really important to me that animals not suffer for the sake of us looking and feeling beautiful.

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  9. sa collins

    The suffering of animals just to test a products safety for human use is not only inhumane but unnecessary. If you have to test it on animals I do not want it.

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  10. Carolsue

    I love animals and can’t bear the thought of them suffering so we can have makeup and other products to use. If that is the case, I don’t need those products.

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  11. Katy

    there’s no good reason to still be testing on animals or using animal products to make quality products!

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