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Spring into the March 2016 Vegan Cuts Beauty Box!

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Spring is finally here!  The days are getting longer, the grass greener and the Vegan Cuts beauty box is even smelling a little sweeter!  That is of course with the help of Pacifica's Tunisian Jasmine Lime perfume and October Fields's chamomile and clover candle...yummy!  Those scents will sure give the spring flowers some competition.  See what other fresh finds have sprung up in the March 2016 Vegan Cuts beauty box!

March 2016 Vegan Cuts beauty box

The March 2016 Vegan Cuts beauty box in full bloom!

Earthlab Cosmetics Eyeliner ($20 Value)

I always love me a great eyeliner and this one does not fall short.  Advertised as animal-friendly, eco-friendly and people-friendly, this eyeliner is a triple threat.  It glides on smoothly and easily; there is no annoying tugging at your eyelid.  One of the main ingredients is jojoba oil which is nourishing and hydrating to delicate eyelid skin.  It is free of chemicals and parabens and full of vegan-friendly minerals.  It washes off easily so you do not wake up with the ever-so-lovely raccoon eyes (as much as I love raccoons, I can't pull off their look quite as well as they can.)  Plus! This eyeliner pairs perfectly with their mascara, which I also reviewed in this blog post.

earthlab cosmetics vegan eyeliner mineral pencil        

 

Shea Radiance Body Soap ($5 Value)

 Although it labels itself as a body soap, you can actually use it on your face and hair as well...talk about continuing with the theme of a triple threat!  This cleanser contains shea butter and colloidal oatmeal which are highly moisturizing and detoxifying.  I've been using this primarily as a face wash and I am amazed by it; it leaves my skin feeling so fresh and rejuvenated.  With traditional African black soap being one of the ingredients, you can be assured it is deeply purifying.  With scents of pink grapefruit, lavender and spearmint, it is sure to awaken the senses and give you a little extra pep in your step.  Shea Radiance has yet to disappoint with their products. Additionally, you can read about their conditioning hair spritz here.

Shea radiance black soap vegan and cruelty free body cleanser

 

Dermorganic 8 Way Thermal Spray ($10 Value)

Because I am not naturally blessed with perfect beach waves, I gotta make them somehow...case and point, my precious curling irons.  Although I try to limit the amount of heat exposure my hair endures, I'm still a junkie for styling tools.  But now thanks to the 8 Way Thermal Spray from Dermorganic, I need not feel as guilty.  I've tried many heat protectant sprays before and I honestly felt like they either didn't work or actually dried my hair out...what good is that?  However, I could feel this spray working.  Prior to styling, I applied it to my damp hair and even when combing it through, my hair felt silky and free of tangles.  The supple feeling remained even once my hair was dry and styled.  It protects hair from temperatures up to 450°F.

vegan and cruelty free thermal heat spray

 

Pacifica Tunisian Jasmine Lime Roll-On Perfume ($12 Value)

If "unicorn" had a designated scent, this might be it.  This is unlike any perfume I had smelled before, in a good way of course!  It is a little fruity, a tad sweet and reminiscent of a summer day.  This fun roll-on is packed with limes, oranges and jasmine to give it a vibrant, fresh scent that can be worn well into the cooler months. The initial notes of fruitiness mellow out a bit on the skin and the floral characteristic comes through a little bit more, so I don't have to fret about being mistaken for a fruit salad.  If you're not a fan of overpowering, traditional perfumes and you dodge the dreaded department store perfume ladies like the plague, this delightful, colorful fragrance could be for you!

Pacifica vegan and cruelty free roll-on perfume

 

October Fields Tea-Lite Candle ($1 Value)

Keep that sense of smell heightened with this next product!  This candle smells absolutely amazing.  The chamomile and clover provide such a clean, crisp, refreshing smell.  It kind of reminds me of clean laundry on a summer day (can you tell I'm ready for summer?).  It just makes you feel good when you take a whiff...take it from me, as I sit here zoning out with a candle practically stuffed up my nose.  Not only do they make amazing soy candles but they also have nourishing, plant-based lip balms; one of them was actually included in past Vegan Cuts box, you can read more about that here.

October Fields chamomile and clover tea-lite soy candle

 

Everclen Eye Cream ($20 Value)

If you could use a little pick-me-up around the eye area (and with the hustle of everyday life, who couldn't?) this eye cream is sure to do the trick.  It is slightly thick (in a good way!), feels luxurious and sinks into the skin, helping to hydrate the delicate eye area while reducing the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines (hallelujah!).  This cream is gentle enough for even those with the most sensitive skin; it is hypoallergenic, fragrance free and non-comedogenic.  It is formulated without any junk like parabens, petroleum, colors, DEA's, phthalates and sodium lauryl sulfate.

Everclen eye cream for sensitive skin    

    

Useful links:

To sign up for your own Vegan Cuts Beauty Box, follow this link: http://caurl.co/r/ekkqp/g2r8

Vegan Cuts also has a Snack Box that I have not tried yet but sounds equally awesome: http://caurl.co/r/ekkqp/gd1g

You can also check out their marketplace which features a variety of vegan and cruelty-free items: http://caurl.co/r/ekkqp/g6lg

Editor’s Note: Please note that this post contains some affiliate links in which I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. A portion of commission earned is donated to animal rescues and organizations.  All reviews are 100% honest; I would not promote products nor companies that I do not believe in.♥  

        

       



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