Finally, a subscription box for the Animal Lover
*PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS BOX WAS ORIGINALLY CALLED THE “BUNNY BEAUTY BOX.”
Hello, beautiful classmates! It feels like a wave of change is coming to the world of the beauty-obsessed. Consumers are more and more expressing their desire for brands to be cruelty-free and vegan. While I am personally not a cruelty-free crusader, I would like to begin making more ethically-conscious decisions when it comes to what I put on my face. After all, it seems unnecessary that an animal would have to suffer so that my lips could look red, y’know? That’s why I thought it might be fun to try a subscription to Kyut Box.
Kyut Box is a monthly subscription service that focuses on cruelty-free and vegan beauty products. The boxes contain four to six full sized items. Similar to other subscription services, the items and shades you get are a surprise (but foundation and concealer are never in the box, so you don’t have to worry about color matches!)
I signed up for Kyut Box in August, so the first box I got was shipped out at the end of the month and arrived at the beginning of September. The August box contained five items – all from brands I was unfamiliar with prior to receiving the package. I haven’t yet tested all of the products, so I won’t do a review, but if you look in the photo below you can see the descriptions of every item.
There are three different payment options for the Kyut Box – monthly, three months prepaid and six months prepaid. The prepaid options include a bit of a discount. I
f you use the code “FIRSTLOVE,” you can get 30% off your first box, too! It’s worth noting that a portion of each sale goes to the Rescue + Freedom Project, a non-profit organization that has been freeing survivors from laboratory experiments, senior and special needs animals from shelters, and animal victims of horrific abuse from around the world.
It is approximately two years since I initially posted this review of the “Bunny Beauty Box.” In that time I received an amazing array of cruelty free beauty products. Please note that I did cancel my subscription after about 18 months, but that had more to do with personal finances than my satisfaction with the subscription service. Upon revisiting the Kyut Box page, I notice that all of the boxes are “sold out.” Hopefully they will be available to purchase again soon!