March Kinder Beauty Box

Hello, everyone! I  ran to my mailbox this morning when I saw that my Kinder Beauty box had been delivered. No joke, this box is AMAZING. I think the first two boxes were great, but this box has such a relaxing vibe to it. So, without further ado, let’s see what’s in the March Kinder Beauty Box. And, keep in mind, if you sign up for your own Kinder Beauty box use code KAYLEEKINDER at checkout or click this link for a free bonus item in your first box!

The first thing in my box was a Botanical Steam from Franklin and Whitman. The mixture is chamomile flowers, peppermint leaf, hibiscus petals, calendula flowers, cornflowers, and lemon verbena leaf. You put 1-2 tbsp of the mixture into boiling water, let it cool, and lean over the bowl for about 10 minutes. It is supposed to deeply cleanse and dislodge dirt from pores. It retails for $22. I’m super excited to try this on a nice little spa night.


The next product in my March box is the Coconut Cream Shea Butter Hand Cream from Farmhouse Fresh. It contains jojoba and soybean oils. I used a little of this when I opened my box and it didn’t leave a greasy or oily feeling on my hands. It retails for $15.


I love taking baths, they are such a great time to destress and enjoy some alone time. And this next product is a Lavendar Bath Bomb from The Kind Poppy. It retails for $6.50. The smell of lavender is so relaxing on its own, so combined with a bath bomb is going to be the best relaxation tool.


I’m not going to lie, I opened my Kinder Beauty Box and had no clue what this was. It looked like a mini pile of firewood. Turns out, it is the Palo Santo Wood Stick Bundle from Soul Makes. The wood is considered “Holy wood” and is said to increase relaxation and bring joy and harmony into the home. You can light the sticks just as you would a smudge stick, or you can just place it around your home. I placed mine on my bookshelf near all of my crystals and I’m hoping it will provide a pleasant sugary scent, if nothing else. A package of 6 sticks retails for $4.50.


My favorite type of face mask is a sheet mask. I love to turn on Netflix, put on a sheet mask, and use my jade roller to roll out my face and help massage the sheet mask into my skin. I have been looking all over for a sheet mask that is cruelty-free, vegan, and won’t burn my sensitive skin. If you haven’t, read about my horrible sheet mask experience with Pacifica’s sheet masks here.

The mask I received is the Antioxidant Sheet Mask from Eve Hansen. The face mask claims to reduce redness, soothe sun damaged skin, and enhance overall skin nourishment. I haven’t tried out this face mask yet, but I will post an update at the end of this article once I do, to let you all know how it worked out for me. I only received a single face mask, but looking on the Eve Hansen website, a package of 5 face masks is about $21.


The final item in the box was the Maracuja Mascara from 100% Pure. It apparently gets its pigmentation from tea, cocoa, and coffee beans, which is pretty cool. Again, I haven’t tried this out, but once I do I will leave an update at the end of this article.


The thing I love most about beauty boxes is that I am able to  learn about so many different brands that I might’ve missed before. I am signed up for the 3 month subscription, $66, meaning that each box costs me about $22. Everything in my March Kinder Beauty Box totaled up to be $74. I highly recommend the Kinder Beauty Box, I love the products they include, the fact that they include smaller businesses, what they stand for, and the fact that they also donate to animal charities with a portion of their proceeds. Check out their website and use KAYLEEKINDER at checkout!


UPDATE: I tried the mascara and it smelled like chocolate! It worked out for a nice, natural look on my lashes, but I am in love with the fact that it smells like chocolate!

The face mask was SUPER goopy, but it was pretty relaxing and had some sort of cooling effect. It didn’t upset my sensitive skin. After I took of the sheet mask, I had to wipe some of the residue off, just because it was SO MUCH. The next day my skin was visibly less red and the acne that I had seemed to be a little smaller. I would definitely use again.

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