Love Goodly's Vegan Beauty Subscription Box: A Review
I unbox the April/May 2018 Love Goodly subscription box which features vegan and cruelty-free beauty products.
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Review: Love Goodly’s Vegan Beauty

Happy April and in turn, Happy Earth Month! With April 22 — AKA Earth Day — just around the corner, I’m super excited to share my unboxing of the April and May Love Goodly box. For those of you who may not know, Love Goodly is a subscription box of curated vegan, cruelty-free products. If you’d like to check out more unboxing posts of previous Love Goodly boxes, please check out June/July 2017 and April/May 2017.


It’s important to note here that everything in this month’s box is eco-friendly, non-toxic, vegan, cruelty-free, and presented with minimal packaging. For each box, Love Goodly features a charity partner to help curate each product and for this one, LG worked directly with PETA. (So you know that cruelty-free label is authentic!)



My favorites from this month’s box are definitely the cuticle oil and the facial bar. The reason I love the cuticle oil is so much is because I generally don’t pay a lot of attention to the care of my nails. I have horrible cuticles and am super guilty of picking and biting them. (Bad habit.) But using cuticle oil is a much better and healthier alternative to having some ratchet-looking cuticles hanging off my nail beds. The facial bar is great too because it’s the mini size. The super-small size is perfect for travel and since I’ve been on the go lately, it was the perfect facial cleanser to bring a long with me on a string of recent trips!

Additionally, I was so excited to see that Love Goodly had partnered with PETA for this box. Obviously, if you’re committing to vegan skincare and makeup products, PETA’s goals and message are likely one that’s important to you. I’m here for you both and I’ve loved seeing what can happen when these two dope cruelty-free brands work together.

In general, Love Goodly tends to curate four to five products per box. I tried out the April/May 2018 box, which featured the following products:


The April/May box is valued in total at $95. Keep reading to check out my in-detail, product-by-product review!


You & Oil—Acai, Fig, and Marula Antioxidants Complex

Acai, fig seed and Marula oil provide powerful antioxidants that help protect and repair free radical damage from pollution and sun exposure protection. This oil serum is being launched in our April/May Love Goodly box. Vegan, cruelty free, nontoxic, PETA Certified. You & Oil is based in Lithuania, and this is the first time this product will be offered in the United States!


Uniful—Organic Mascara

Launching with Love Goodly, this organic and vegan mascara is free of toxic ingredients and preservatives. Mild and long-wearing. Use for healthy eyelashes, enriched with organic oils and waxes. Organic, vegan, cruelty free, nontoxic, PETA Certified.


Ayr Skin Care—Mini Calm Facial Bar

Made for all skin types, this gentle and effective soap bar is safe for sensitive skin. Using a blend of organic avocado butter and castor oil to condition skin; ginger grass, lemongrass, rosemary, and chamomile to reduce fine lines; nettle and olive leaf for reduced inflammation; and pure sea clay and activated charcoal to naturally draw toxins from your skin. Vegan, cruelty free, nontoxic, Beauty without Bunnies certified.


Delia Organics—Nail & Cuticle Oil

Our hands are the #1 most used body part on our bodies and we often forget about their care. This cuticle oil is a blend of natural oils and essential oils that help hydrate and promote healthy nail growth. A blend of natural oils including Sweet Almond, Jojoba, and Rosehip. Vegan, cruelty free, nontoxic, PETA certified.




Steph Osmanski
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