CRUELTY FREE MAKEUP – KINDLOOK SUBSCRIPTION
Kindlook is a cruelty free and vegan makeup and beauty box subscription, trying to help end all forms of animal exploitation. The team at Kindlook decided to band together to support the cruelty-free movement by getting customers to vote with their purses, giving independent brands more exposure and big brands more demand.
I received their last super September box, with items reaching nearly £100 in value! There were some pleasant surprises inside and all full sized items! The monthly beauty subscription costs £19.99 a month, and it ships on the 10th of the month. Each box will contain 5+ beauty items with a worth between £60 – £100. The Kindlook subscription has no contract, and no commitment and all of their products will be vegan-friendly and cruelty-free.
The items in my box included the Thesis – facemask rrp £26.99 in Raw Cacao – a Chocolatiers gift! This facemask is great for oily, blemished and acne prone skin types like mine that require gentle, yet effective care. This fantastic smelling facemask powder will stretch a long way. Great for calming inflammation and soothing my troubled skin through organic seaweeds, essential minerals, and french green clay.
Chobs UK – Centella Asiatica serum rrp £46.00. A lightweight moisturiser to give your skin nourishment for youthful, healthy and glamorous skin. This serum is a combination of herbal ointments – organic Centella Asiatica leaves, chamomile flower water and houttuynia cordata. A great way to calm your skin from any redness.
Zao nail polish 657 rrp £11.50 is organic, vegan-friendly and gluten-free. Not a shade I would usually go for, but it can be nice to be pushed out of your comfort zone with beauty boxes! Unfortunately this polish chips so easily!
Pure Papayacare papaya lips rrp £5.99 is a nourishing vegan-friendly lip balm that has been fantastic for my lips with this recent cold weather. Flawless blending brush rrp £6.99. Designed to work for both concealers and eyeshadows.