Review: Gourmet Body Treats Beauty Box

If you love to try new beauty products, monthly subscription boxes can be a fun way to get new samples on a regular basis. Fortunately, there are vegan boxes as well. Gourmet Body Treats recently started offering a monthly beauty box filled with vegan cosmetics and skin care products.

Pros:
  • Vegan and gluten-free
  • Gentle ingredients
  • Made in the USA
  • Variety beyond cosmetics
  • Comes with a website discount
  • Good value
Cons:
  • Limited to one brand
Summary:
This beauty box is unique in that it isn't limited to just vegan cosmetics. It also contained several bath and body products, such as a face wash and a hand and foot scrub. I received the July 2014 box, which had a "Hand and Foot Treatments" theme and included the following items:
So far, my favorite items have been the hand and foot cream, the hand and foot scrub, the lemon mint cleanser, and the lipstick. The cream is a fast-absorbing lotion, and I have been enjoying using the scrub in the shower. The cleanser seems to work well on my combination skin, and the orchid color worked really well for me. I love how Gourmet Body Treats is both vegan and gluten-free. Even better, they strive to use really gentle ingredients, even avoiding those such as FD&C dyes (which are the subject of debate and used in some "natural" products). (The products from this line are currently listed in the gentle 0-3 range on the EWG Skin Deep database.)

I love that the company is also eco-friendly and makes their products in the U.S. Although I listed the brand limitation as a con (simply due to a more limited pool of products), but it could also be a pro if you really love this brand (and there are many reasons to do so). For $19.99 (including U.S. shipping), this beauty box is quite a bargain. If you want gentle vegan and gluten-free products for face and body, this is a great way to sample Gourmet Body Treats' selection.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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