The niche box: Glowing Beets
The new kid in town: Esthoriabox
Box from shops: Botanika by Alice & White, LoveLula, Naturisimo and The Detox Market
Green beauty shops also offer a curated box of goodies, from brands they are stocking. Here are 4 of them.
Botanika by Alice & White: Limited edition. Beautifully wrapped with a little skincare menu sheet, Botanika by eco-luxe shop Alice & White, features a lovely selection of 5-6 deluxe samples, but full-sizes can pop in as well, as pictured (here). Shipping is free for Sweden, but they ship internationally. Customer service is amazing.
Lovelula Beauty box: Lovelula has one of the widest brand selection, so for £12.50, you have the possibility to discover many new brands. (international options available)
Naturisimo Discovery box: On several occasions, Naturismo sells a cute discovery box (see the content of the radiance box here) for an affordable price. I’ve ordered a few of them, and I was really happy, as they were a good value for money. Subscribe to their newsletter to be informed for the upcoming one. Shipping internationally.
The Detox Market : For special occasions, The Detox market also offers a fantastic box. Right now, it’s The Detox Your Beauty Spring Box (in collaboration with Café gratitude). You get 8 best-selling products valued at over $230, for the price of $129.
The vegan chic boxes : Petit Vour, LaRitzy and Lovegoodly
Petit Vour: It was one of the first boxes I subscribed to, but the international option was temporarily removed. Recognizable because of its super cute pink box, Petit Vour selects popular niche cruelty-free brands. Subscriptions options for US and Canada can be found (here), but it seems like there’s still a possibility to get it shipped elsewhere, you’d have to contact the PV team for more info.
LaRitzy: Starting at $14.99/month, you get a mix of full and travel sizes from natural and cruelty-free brands. Their previous boxes had a lovely mix of indie makeup and artisan skincare. The April box is already sold out, but suscriptions are still open for the next box.
Lovegoodly: For $39.95, you get 5-7 full-sized premium products, the April-May box is curated by Alicia Silverstone and every purchase supports a cause, and a part of the profits go to charity. For now, they only ship to the US but they plan on shipping internationally, so that’s exciting!
The pioneer one: VeganCuts
Launched in 2006, VeganCuts was the first green box I had heard about, and it’s still up to this day one of the most popular boxes. The Beauty Box costs $22.95 each month and offers a mix of samples from indie and more luxury vegan brands. Shipping internationally.
The wanderlust box: Pearlesque box
Pearlesque box introduces each month, fro $39.99, to a skincare brand coming from a specific geographic location. Featuring a new place every month, the past one one was about Malibu. Free shipping for US but international shipping available.
Artisan beauty boxes:
Kloverbox: For 25$, this US box is mixing cruelty-free organic beauty, accessories and snacks from indie brands.
Terra Bella Box: Handmade artisan bath and beauty brands. They also offer the possibility to order a “lite” version, featuring only 2-3 samples, which I think is a good idea if you feel like you’re collecting too many samples.
The Boxwalla: a cool concept offering 4 different boxes: beauty, food, literature and film. April’s beauty box ($49.95) is sold out, but you can order the June box. Free US shipping, but international shipping options are available. Worth checking out: their clever artisan map.
Artibox collective: a Canadian box, featuring new and upcoming local brands. They are no longer offering monthly boxes, and will instead work on themed gift boxes.
Amor Naturals: a very pretty quarterly box with handmade products in NYC for $19.99. Free shipping on your first order with the code (FREESHIP15).
The blogger boxes:
Boxes from all over the world:
Vegan-box: Featuring popular vegan and organic brands, vegan-box comes every two month, and is shipped for free in Germany. They both offer both snack and beauty boxes; the beauty one retails for 24.90 Eur.
Fairybox: starting at Eur.19.90, Fairybox guarantees eco brands that are never tested on animals and includes in the mix the newest product launches.
Puritybag (by Spatacular): A curated eco-chic box, featuring full-sized products (Ilia, Organic Pharmacy, Und Gretel to name a few) Costing Eur. 53.99, you can customize to a certain extend your box, so that it matches your personal taste and needs as close as possible.
France: Nuoo is a French organic beauty box featuring fresh eco brands from all over the world. There’s 10% off with code “WELCOME” if you pick a 3,6, or 12-month subscription. Shipping to France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland.
Switzerland: Etyka is a beautiful eco-luxe box, featuring only full-sized products. In each box, you get a mix of wellness, lifestyle, culture beauty and food + a magazine. Shipping to Switzerland and in the rest of Europe.
Naturalbox: For Eur 29 each month, Naturalbox is rotating snacks, beauty, and health. They currently sell a snack box, but beauty box pop up on certain occasions too. Free shipping worldwide.
Purebox: The website is only in Swedish, but from what I understood, they offer fair-trade and natural beauty products.
Bob & Boxy is a personalized eco box with 5 beauty products, the packaging is produced and designed in Denmark made from recycled materials and all recyclable.
Green Mind Set vegan beauty box: A new service offered by a Danish green store. 5 deluxe samples mixing haircare and skincare, from indie brands to more established ones.
Hong Kong: Naturally better box is a cruelty-free and eco subscription box, international shipping options available if you contact them.
Pure Natural Box: A quarterly organic beauty box featuring at least 6 products from top UK brands (Bodhi & Birch, Organic Surge, Weleda, Angela Landford, Mitchell & Peach) brands for £25.
Australia: Launched by a naturopath, the vegan box is a monthly box mixing full/travel/samples-sized products. Everything is palm oil-free, and they ship internationally. Cost: $49.95
Coming soon: Purebox (currently rebranding.)
The wellness boxes
Goodbeing: Formerly Goodebox, Goodbeing is a fantastic customizable green beauty and wellness box with multiple subscriptions options, starting at $19. (international shipping possiblities)
Buddhibox: Entirely dedicated to Yoga, mixing essetnial oils, yoga mat spray, jewelry, eco-freindly snack puches. a monthly box costs $32.95
Yuzenbox: With a particular focus on products that provide relaxation, Yuzen comes every three months, and offers a mixture of beauty and lifestyle.
The concept box:
RosePost Box: (US) In honor of one magical ingredient – rose. Rosepost box is a quarterly subscription for discovering the best in rose-infused beauty. Brands are green and cruelty-free and products are full-size. The inaugural Fall box shipped in November, the Winter box will ship in February.
I hope you enjoyed this little overview of the different types of eco and green boxes available. Now there are probably companies I’ve forgotten/or that am not aware of, so if you are subscribed to a beauty box, feel free to let me know and I’ll update the post <3
What is your favorite subscription box?