(Note: This is not a sponsored post. It’s just something I wanted to write about.)
I first heard of Petit Vour about a month ago while reading Cruelty-Free Kitty. I figured it would be a good way for me to be introduced to cruelty-free brands and products as I make my switch over, since every product they sell is cruelty-free and 100% vegan.
I’ve never had a monthly box subscription, but I knew as soon as I saw it that I wanted to try it out, so Deacon got me a three-month subscription as my gift for Valentine’s Day. The subscription is $15 a month and features about four products (typically 1 color item, 1 hair care item or fragrance, 1 skincare item, and 1 body care item), with some full sizes and some samples. You can subscribe here.
This is a full-size product, and mine is in the color Mist. I haven’t really worn it yet, but I like it. The color is very light, but I like my makeup to be subtle (and it is able to be built up). It’s pretty glittery, but I like that in this case. (I tried to swatch it for a picture, but it didn’t show up with my lighting.)
Retail price: $22
I haven’t used this yet, but I’m pretty excited about it because I’ve heard good things from Youtubers. The card says it’s actually a konjac potato? You just add water and use it to exfoliate with and without cleanser. It’s safe to use around the eyes an can be used to remove water-based makeup.
Retail price: $12
I’m actually trying this out as I type! It’s supposed to help give you stronger, thicker, luminous hair. You microwave it for a few seconds and then apply to dry hair, let it sit for 20 minutes (though the package says use overnight for best results), and then shampoo twice.
I’m a big fan of coconut scent, so I’ve been really excited to try this. I thought it would be thicker than it actually was, but it is definitely more oil than gel (as you might gather from its name). I was a little confused on whether to use the whole package for one use or not. It seemed like quite a lot, but I have relatively short hair. I might have been able to get two uses out of it, but I went ahead and used the whole thing. The package says to repeat weekly.
Retail price: $5
I haven’t used this yet (because I haven’t had my nails painted) but I’m looking forward to it. I’ve been worried about finding a cruelty-free nail polish remover. This says it’s pure argan oil and is supposed to be a healthier alternative to traditional polish removers.
Retail price: $1 (or pack of 10 for $9)
(4 fl oz. for $22)