Petit Vour is the first subscription box that really lured me in. It’s a vegan beauty box, and I like that it’s only $15 a month. This is the third box I’ve gotten and I’ve been pretty happy with it so far. The art work is super cute. I have the card from August on my desk, and I think I’m going to frame it.
This month has a face cleanser, eye oil, sleep oil, and nail polish.
I haven’t used the face wash yet. Actually, the last two boxes also came with face wash, and I’m still working on them. I have a face wash I normally use that’s for our hard water, so these are kind of accumulating.
The eye oil smells nice and isn’t heavy. I’ve been using it once a day for the past few days.
This sleep oil has essential oils of lavender, marjoram, cedarwood and ylang/ylang. It smells great and I’ve been putting it on my pillow the past two nights. I really like it and I wish they would’ve included a bigger sample.
I didn’t think I was going to like the nail polish shade, Disco, but it turned out great. I has great coverage and dries super quick. I don’t know about the myrrh actually having any benefits since I put my go-to base coat (Zoya) down like it said to. I really really like how the polish went on, and I didn’t use a top coat or any fast drying oil and it hasn’t chipped yet. I think this would be my new favorite nail polish brand if it wasn’t $18…yes $18 a bottle.
Value of the box
I’ve been happy with the value of Petit Vour boxes. My biggest fear with subscription boxes is wasting money on things you don’t like or that don’t work for you. I’m especially cautious with beauty boxes because coconut oil makes me break out and it seems like coconut oil is in every beauty product. So far, I’ve been able use everything. Petit Vour has mostly high end products, which is nice because you can try out a premium product for cheap, but at the same time, if you like it, you’re hooked on a pricey product.