I was going to do a reveal post when I got my Petit Vour March Beauty Box but I decided instead to try everything and do a reveal and review! Here's what March's box came with:
-Lauren B. Beauty's Dual Base and Top Coat $22 (full size)
-Yarok Feed Your Moisture Shampoo $1
-Little Barn Apothecary Geranium + White Tea Beauty Mist $8
-Suki Transformative Purifying Masque $17
-Full value of this box: $57
I was the most excited for this out of everything. I've been wanting to try Lauren B. Beauty nail polish for literally ever. But their polish is super expensive, as you can see by the $22 price tag. My other base/top coat was at that old stage where it's getting goopy and stringy so I needed a new one, and this couldn't have come at a better time. I've used it twice already and I love it. It leaves a really natural shine on your nails if you wear it plain. And if you use it with color it does help to seal in your polish really well. It lasts awhile too, coming from someone who washes their hands constantly! In addition to creating a smooth canvas for polish, it also helps your prevent drying, peeling, cracking, and staining of your nails!
Next up, Feed Your Moisture Shampoo by Yarok.
I'm gonna be super honest with you, this teeny tiny sample was hardly enough for me to judge whether or not I liked this product. It wasn't even enough for one wash, I had to mix it with my Pacifica shampoo. I can say that it smelled really nice. This shampoo is infused with the organic essential oils of orange, ylang ylang, and rosemary. It's made with organic fair trade African Black Soap as well. The coconut, Argan, and hemp seed oil deliver moisture where you need it! The brand itself it all about being good for the earth, for the environment, and for the animals! There's different types of products to meet each hair need. This moisture shampoo comes in 3 different sizes with 3 different price tags: 2 oz for $12, 12 oz for $39, and 32 for $74.
Next up, the beauty mist.
First, I just wanna say how much I love this glass bottle. It just feels fancy and it adds a level of luxury to this beauty mist. The scent of this is really light and soft. It smells really nice. It's not overly floral, it has a nice balance. It doesn't sting my face and hasn't caused any irritation. It made my skin feel really soft too. The Geranium oil in this is used for a few purposes. It's an astringent, so it tightens skin to reduce the look of wrinkles. It also increases blood flow to the skin, which will help to heal spots left behind from acne. Also, geranium is known for its mood enhancing and stress reliever properties. The white tea is full of antioxidants, with combined with the geranium oil, this mist is a plant based powerhouse for your skin. I've been spraying it on my fingertips and massaging it into place. I figured spraying it on my fingers first I could have better control of how much I applied to my face. This bottle was $8, and the full size is $16. You can find it on the Petit Vour website.
Lastly, the Suki face mask.
I was pretty stoked for this. This brand has so many great products to offer, and this one is no different. Nothing works miracles, of course, but for some troubled spots you can use it overnight as a spot treatment or as a whole face mask overnight. If you don't want to use it overnight, 20 minutes then removing it with a damp warm cloth is sufficient as well. It smells good, makes my face soft and helped to reduce some redness. It's super expensive for the full size ($49 for a 1 oz bottle), so I don't know if I would buy the full size. I'll finish this sample and make my full verdict.
Overall, another great box by Petit Vour! I can't wait to see the hopefully Spring themed goodies April's box brings!