There were a few different options for this box, but here's what I received in mine:
Root Science Face Scrub (Sample Value ±$16)
Root Science is a new brand for me, but a quick look at their website was all it took to get me interested. Products are concentrated - made without water or fillers - and contain only high quality, potent, healing, natural ingredients. There were a few different products sent out in this month's box, but as soon as unboxings started showing up in my Instagram feed, I knew this scrub was what I most wanted to try. It didn't even make it 24 hours before I was slapping this on my face! Made of baking soda, clay, almond meal, and soothing herbs, it's an exfoliating powder that gently buffs without stripping or drying your skin. The 1.5 ounce sample is also a really decent size, considering you only use 1/2-1 teaspoon per use.
Lily Lolo Vanilla Shimmer Mineral Eye Shadow ($12)
I have a Lily Lolo highlighter that I love, but I haven't used their eye shadows before, so I'm eager to give this one a try. Vanilla Shimmer is a cream colour that I'd imagine is universally flattering on just about anyone. Light, shimmery neutrals are my default eye look, so I'm betting I'll get a lot of use out of this one.
Ellovi Tinted Lip Butter ($5)
I've heard tons of good things about Ellovi, and based off the lip butter, I'd wager it's all well deserved. Made of only six ingredients - and no waxes - the lip butter is incredibly smooth and creamy and just melts into your lips like - if you'll excuse the pun - butter. It smells faintly like coconut oil and leaves behind a subtle red tint, courtesy of Mediterranean alkanet root.
Yarok Feed Your Ends Leave-In Conditioner ($13.20)
I've previously used a mini of this leave-in conditioner and I've had it in the back of my mind to buy it again, so I'm stoked to receive it in this box. As a leave-in, it conditions your hair without leaving it greasy or weighed down, and it smells lovely - sweet, lemony and never overpowering. I don't use much heat on my hair, but you can also use Feed Your Ends as a heat protectant before heat styling.
The Bottom Line
This month had a great mix of skincare, haircare, and makep, and I'm really happy with everything that was included! I got one product I already know I love, two I've wanted to try, and one I'd never heard of but am super impressed with after even just one use.
From a purely numbers point of view, Petit Vour's boxes are always worth the cost too. This month's box rings in at roughly $46.
Petit Vour boxes retail for $15 (US) / $23 (Canada) / $30 (International) and individual products can also be bought in the Petit Vour shop.
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