The total value of this box was $37.60, so more than double of what I paid for it. While the items add up to a substantial value, two of them were foil samples and the nail polish was worth $16 on its own. I really liked all of the items included, but something about this box did leave me wanting something more.
- Arbonne Lip Polish Sample Set ($12.20) - I'm not a fan of these lip glosses. They included six different colors to try, which was nice for variety's sake, but the informational card states that they "deliver superior shine without the stickiness," and I disagree. I found these to be incredibly sticky. I would still be interested in trying them out of a tube and not a packet, though.
- LVX 5-Free Nail Lacquer ($16) - This item had the highest value in the box. I received the shade "Dark Matter," which is a gray creme that reminds me of Zoya's Noot. It's an appropriate color for fall, but I would have preferred something with a little more flair.
- The Excellent Tea Company Superb Black Tea ($.90) - I haven't tried this tea yet, but I'm sure I'll like it because I haven't yet had a tea I didn't enjoy. This one is an African Black Tea that's from Rwanda and fair-trade certified.
- Neuma NeuSmooth Shampoo and Conditioner ($1.50) - Neuma is one of my favorite hair care brands so I was really happy to receive these to try. The sample includes a shampoo, conditioner, and deep conditioner. So far I've used the shampoo and conditioner and my hair felt so soft and moisturized after!
- Pura Botanica Natural Soap Bar ($7.00) - I love soaps and this one is the perfect for me! The scent is Chai Vanilla and it smells delicious. I love spicy scents like chai, and I liked that the scent on this was very subtle.
Bottom Line: While I sometimes wish Petit Vour included more items of lower value as opposed to four or five with a higher value, I continue to appreciate the fact that they send only cruelty-free products. This box is an excellent resource for anyone who is looking to convert to using only cruelty-free beauty!
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