Vertue Box – Beauty Review
Just before my blogging break I was sent a review sample of Vertue Box, a health and beauty subscription that gives you the opportunity to try the best of natural products. They feature well-known, award-winning products alongside new independent brands. Their brand partners have been rigorously tested and chosen based on their values and ethics.
Vertue Box’s ethos is “Live Green. Live Good.” They offer a clean, green and cruelty-free health and beauty subscription box, and you can also buy the products featured in the box individually if you enjoy your experience of them!
Vertue Box was founded by a former Makeup Artist, Laila Sanderson, who after being diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder, started to lead a healthier, greener lifestyle, inside and out. The subscription is bi-monthly (in the one box every two months kind of way!) delivered at the end of February, April, June, August, October and December and costs £37.
As a green business through and through, Vertue Box choose the most ethical and natural brands and packaging, and also donate 10% of profits to charity.
What Was Inside My Vertue Box?
I must say that if I had bought the box for £30 I would be incredibly impressed with the contents!
One product I had tried before and love: Madara Multi-Action Micellar Water with Hyaluronic Acid RRP £14
The rest were all on my radar but I had not yet tried:
Madara Become Organic Exfoliating Oil-To-Milk Scrub – sample size 12.5ml (60ml full size RRP £24 so for the purpose of this size let’s say this sample is worth £5)
Madara Time Miracle Trial Set – £1
Nailberry Oxygenated Nail Lacquer in Silver Lining – RRP £17
Au Naturale Powder Shadow in Black Ice – RRP £12
Wild Nutrition Food-Grown Vitamin D – £10 (Wild Nutrition have since reformulated to have the 1000iu dose in one capsule)
That’s a total value of £59! For £30, which represents a 50% reduction.
For more information, or to subscribe to your Vertue Box, click here.