Petit Vour Review, March 2016

Petit Vour, $15 per month (US), $23 per month (Canada)

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Emmett is claiming the Petit Vour box!  Boy bunnies rub their chins on things to mark things as theirs.  He wants the bunnies on the box to know that this box is his!

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My sweet baby Emmett is growing up so fast!  Top left: one month; top right: two months; bottom left: 2.5 months; bottom right: 3.5 months.  I miss my teeny fluffball with triangle ears!  I wish he didn't have to grow up.

Petit Vour is a monthly vegan beauty box subscription.  Subscribers get four products per month.  It's a great way to discover high quality vegan and cruelty-free brands.  They always have great curation and a good mix of products.  Petit Vour also has an online store, so if there is something you love in your box, you'll be able to find it for sale in their shop.  They have great rewards, so their online store is definitely worth checking out.

Petit Vour sent me this box free of charge for review.

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The March Petit Vour contained the following items:

The March Petit Vour was worth $48.33.  That's more than three times the subscription box price, so it's a great value.

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First up, we have the Little Barn Apothecary Geranium and White Tea Beauty Mist.  This mist was made exclusively for Petit Vour.  It's not up on the Petit Vour site yet, but I'm sure it will be by the beginning of April.  You're supposed to spray it on your face after cleansing, so I am guessing it is most similar to a toner.  I was worried about the geranium scent because I've never liked how geranium smells, but this actually has a very light, pleasant scent to it.  Geranium helps with fighting signs of aging and healing your skin, so this mist has something for everyone in it.

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Next up is the Yarok Feed Your Moisture Shampoo.  I've tried Yarok hair products before and have always loved how they made my hair feel.  This is a pretty small sample, but the other items in the March box were full size or deluxe sample size and worth a lot, so I'm okay with that.  There was enough in the packet for two uses for me.  Even using it only twice, I saw a significant increase in moisture.  If your hair is really dry, this shampoo will get it back in shape.

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I love Lauren B nail polish, so I was excited when I saw the base and top coat was one of the March spoilers.  This is my favorite base and top coat ever!  It goes on smoothly, gives you a great protective base, and gives your nails some shine if you use it as a top coat.  It dried quickly, which is a huge plus for me!  I am so impatient when it comes to waiting for my nails to dry, so quick drying nail products are the best things ever, in my opinion.  While getting a colored nail polish can be a little more exciting, I'm glad I got this base and top coat because I will get way more use out of it than I would colored polish.

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Finally, there was the Suki Transformative Purifying Masque.  You can use this as a regular liquid mask that you apply to your whole face and wash off after twenty minutes, or you can use this as a spot treatment and leave it on overnight.  This is perfect for when your face is breaking out.  I haven't had the chance to use this as a full mask yet, but I have used it as a spot treatment a few nights and have seen amazing results.  I'm really impressed by this product and am so happy I have this in my arsenal when I am dealing with a breakout.  

I loved everything in the March Petit Vour!  The Suki Masque and Lauren B base and top coat were my favorites, but the Little Barn Apothecary mist and Yarok shampoo were also fabulous.  While there wasn't any makeup this month, there were two skincare items, a hair product, and a nail product, so there was a good mix.  It's the perfect box for getting your hair, skin, and nails back in shape for the spring!  I'm excited to see what Petit Vour has in store for us in April!