LaRitzy is a subscription box that sends you an assortment of cruelty free vegan beauty products every month.
Each box will contain 4 to 5 full and “luxury size” products. Items can include anything from hair care, to body lotion, to nail polish, and everything in between.
Subscriptions are $24.99/month, or less with multi-month commitments. Shipping is free to the US, $5 to Canada.
Let’s see what’s in the October 2015 LaRitzy box!
A look inside.
October’s box recognized Breast Cancer Awareness month and the info card listed all of the items found inside.
Juice Beauty Green Apple Age Defy Hand Cream – I first discovered this hand cream in a different subscription box and it’s quite nice. It has a great apple-y citrus scent and contains aloe, peptides, jojoba and shea butters to help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. It’s also both organic and vegan.
Strange Invisible Perfumes Body Wash – Two different scents of body wash were included — Lavender & Vetiver and Sage & Rose. Both are made with certified organic cleansing ingredients as well as real essential oils. I’m kind of addicted to natural bar soaps, but these would be great for travel.
Yarok Hair Feed Your Ends Leave-In Conditioner – This cruelty-free leave-in conditioning spray protects your hair from the damage of blowdrying and heat styling. It contains vitamins, minerals, and essential oils to help nourish your hair as well.
Zak Body Unscented Detox Deodorant – A 100% natural, aluminum-free deodorant. It offers up to 24 hours of odor protection and is also paraben-free. I honestly haven’t had the best luck with natural deodorants, but I’m willing to give this one a go. (Especially since it’s cooler out now and I won’t be super sweaty. 😉 )
Strange Impossible Magazine Street Eau de Parfum – This wasn’t listed on the info card, so I’m guessing it’s just an extra bonus item. “Magazine Street” features a blend of all natural vanilla, vetiver, magnolia, and botanical musk essences.
I wasn’t 100% sure what to expect, since this was my first LaRitzy box, but I was pleased with the curation. I love that all of the products were vegan-friendly and that I didn’t have to read all of the labels to check. While I didn’t do a cost breakdown, I think the value was totally there too. (The lotion and deodorant alone both go for over $10 each on Amazon.) Definitely a great subscription box for anyone looking to discover new natural/vegan beauty products!
What do the stars mean?
★ = Crummy ★★ = Just Okay ★★★ = Good ★★★★ = Awesome ★★★★★ = Extraordinarily Awesome