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Best Vegan and Cruelty-Free Beauty Subscription Boxes

We give you a selection of the best beauty subscription boxes that provide vegan and cruelty-free products

 

Editor’s Pick – The Vegan Kind Beauty Box — £18.15 for one box (including p&p)

vegan cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes

The Vegan Kind Beauty Box is not a monthly subscription box and therefore you pay per box. You can subscribe for one box, two boxes or four boxes. The latest Beauty Box contained a Chirp Hair Mask, Zerreau Bodywash Foam 70ml and Figs and Rouge Hydra-Activ 3 in 1 Hero Cream 80ml. The Beauty Box, unlike the Lifestyle Box, is only available for delivery in the UK and is delivered in February, May, August and November.

 

thevegankind.com

 

 

Orglamix Beauty Box — £29 (excluding tax and shipping)

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Orglamix actually create the products which go into their vegan and cruelty-free beauty boxes. The products are handcrafted in Chicago and for every box sold, the company gives money to orphaned children in need. You will receive between four and six products per month and past products include eye crème, bath bombs, perfume and eyeshadow.

 

orglamix.com

 

 

Full of Kindness — £17.99 (free p&p to UK)

vegan cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes

Full of Kindness is still relatively small compared to other beauty boxes, but don’t let this put you off. Each of these boxes contains up to five vegan and cruelty-free items with a variety of new brands exhibited every month. 50p from each purchase is donated to an animal friendly charity. To date twelve lucky charities have received donations from Full of Kindness. Each product is tested by the team before being dispatched to make sure that you receive the highest quality make up.

 

fullofkindness.com

 

 

The Pip Box – £14.99 a month (plud £3.35 p&p to UK)

vegan cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes

The Pip Box brings you five vegan, cruelty-free products every month, which is a mix of full and travel sized products. Named after the founder’s dog Pippa, their mission is to end cosmetic testing on animals by informing people about the cruelty of the cosmetic industry. Additionally, 50p from every Pip Box is made to Animal Free Research UK. Recent delights have included self-heating eye masks, M lip balms and Kitenest Organic Dry Shampoo.

 

thepipbox.co.uk

 

 

Beauty12 — £15 a month (plus £2.90 p&p to UK)

vegan cruelty-free beauty subscription boxes

This new subscription box was the brainchild of two inspirational vegans who struggled to find replacements for their favourite beauty products. The main problem they encountered was finding out about the testing policies of brands and their parent companies and thus Beauty12 was founded. Recent products include Ve Liquid Matte Lipstick, Raw Passion Skin and Bath Melts in vanilla and Lime and Medusas Makeup Deluxe False Eyelashes.

 

Beauty12.com

 

 

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