The total value for August's box added up to $46.41. One thing I really like about Petit Vour is that they include the exact item values for each product on the informational card, so you don't have to bother with figuring out the sample's value based off of the full-sized price. Plus, this box only costs $15, so I definitely got my money's worth yet again.
The first product I noticed was the Enfusia Dead Sea Bath Salts ($2.99) because I could smell them right away. The scent is Gardenia, which is not something I would normally choose for myself, but these actually smell wonderful. I don't often take baths, but I could see how these would be perfect for a relaxing soak at the end of the day. According to the informational card, they're full of natural calcium and magnesium and are enriched with ocean proteins and essential oils.
Next up are the Shorganics Lavender Lemon Lip Balm and Unscented Body Lotion ($4). I love getting lip balms, and this one smells great and is nice and smooth. It's smells more strongly of lavender than lemon, but I really like it nonetheless. The lotion is also very nice. I like getting lotion samples because they're perfect for sticking in my purse. The Kroma Makeup Botanical Lipstick ($29) is a full-sized product and the most expensive item in the box. The shade I received was "Margarita," and it's similar to the color of my lips so this is a nice nude shade. I like it better than most lipsticks because it's nice and moisturizing. Also, this brand is not to be confused with the Khroma line by the Kardashian sisters (it's much better).
The Bodyography Veil Foundation Primer ($10) is my favorite item this month! I'm currently using benefit's The Porefessional as a primer, but I recently learned that they aren't actually a cruelty-free brand, so once I use up the tube I won't be buying more. Bodyography's primer arrived at the perfect time, and is pretty comparable to benefit's. It's a little less thick, but does the job just as well. Petit Vour also included a packet of Kelapo 100% Virgin Coconut Oil ($.42). The last time I received one of these I didn't know what to do with it, and a lot of people suggested that I use it in my hair. I did, and now I love using it! It leaves my hair feeling so rich and moisturized, so this packet will definitely go to good use. It can also be used for cooking.
Bottom Line: Petit Vour has been doing an excellent job of sending cruelty-free and vegan samples each month. I highly suggest subscribing! They are also now shipping to Canada for only $25 a month.
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