Petit Vour costs $15 a month and is available to the 48 contiguous states (they don't ship to APO or FPO boxes). You can also purchase a three month subscription for $43 or six months for $82. Both of these options are one-time charges. The only added fee is for residents of Texas; you'll have to pay tax (I feel your pain, Texans--I have to pay NYS tax on some of the other services I subscribe to). Currently you have to request an invite to join, and since I received this box to review I am not sure how long the wait period is on becoming a member. I do know that once you are able to purchase a subscription you fill out a beauty profile so that Petit Vour can tailor products to your preferences.
I really liked the branding on their box. Rabbits are my favorite animals, so I really like the theme they have going here. They also have "Be Bold, Be Kind" written on the other side of the box, which I didn't take a picture of. I really like that because I think it definitely sums up what they're all about!
The first item I noticed when I opened the box was the nail polish, because I love nail polish! I thought it was a Scotch Naturals polish but it ended up being a different brand (not that that's a disappointment). The box contained five items total, most of which were sample-sized. I believe the nail polish is full-sized.
So here's what was in the May Petit Vour box!
- Acure 100% Organic Hair Care - This shampoo and conditioner set is vegan, fair-trade certified, and Leaping Bunny certified, all three of which I love. I'm not sure what the volume of these samples is because there is no measurement written on the bottle, but they're a good size for sampling. The informational card says that Acure uses "cutting-edge plant stem cell technology." I'm definitely curious to see how my hair reacts to this.
- Misa Three-Free Nail Lacquer - I'm not sure if everyone got the same shade, but mine is a pretty pink called "First Kiss." It's a .5 oz bottle, which is the standard size for nail polishes, so I'm fairly certain that this is full-sized. It has a slightly fuchsia sheen, so I think it's going to look really nice for summer.
- Tsi-La 100% Natural Organic Eau de Parfum - I think the name of this is "Fiori D'Arancio." I'm not the biggest fan of perfume samples, but I'm willing to give them a try. This one has notes of orange blossoms, tangerines, and neroli flowers, with vanilla orchids and honey. Based on that description I thought I was going to love it, but it's just okay to me.
- Odacite 10-Day Skin Treatment - The products weren't actually in the box, but we were provided with a gift certificate with a coupon code to order them. The certificate is good for a skin consultation via email, personalized skin routine, and seven freshly made products. What a great deal!
- Go Raw 100% Organic Spirulina Energy Bar - I've had spirulina products before, maybe even the Go Raw brand (I don't entirely remember), and I do like them. I'm going to take this to work tomorrow to have as a snack
- Learn more about Petit Vour and request an invite to join
- Connect with them on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Pinterest
Bottom Line: Overall I am very impressed with Petit Vour! I'm going to support any company that's cruelty-free, and the ones featured in this box are even better because a lot of them are vegan, organic, and/or fair trade certified as well. I think this box is an excellent option for any beauty enthusiast, and is a great introduction to how wonderful cruelty-free beauty can be for those who might not be as familiar with it.
*Disclaimer: I received a box from Petit Vour to facilitate my review. I was not monetarily compensated and the honest opinions here are entirely my own.