Monthly Cruelty-Free Discoveries
Every month, members from the Montreal SPCA’s staff sample products from the Petit Vour beauty box which includes cosmetics and body care items, all without animal ingredients and animal testing. Discover their reviews and personal favourites on the Compassion blog!
The Petit Vour box contains four products – for instance, body cream, exfoliator, lip balm and shampoo – in generous sample or standard formats. All to look good and feel great on your skin! For you… or to give as a gift!
All products are available online at petitvour.com, making it easy to find your favourite items!
A portion of the proceeds from the monthly box sales will be donated to the Montreal SPCA. To order, click here! *
November 2016 Box
Testers: Odette, Marie-Pier, Amélie and Elyse
Elate Cosmetics, Creamy Blush for Lips and Cheeks
“Very pleasant lip moisturizer, all while giving the lips a nice and discreet pink color.” – Odette
We Love Eyes, Tea Tree Eyelid & Eyelash Makeup Remover Oil
“The dropper cap allows the product to be applied without making a mess. The smell is subtle and pleasant, even early in the morning. We Love Eyes managed to remove even the most stubborn of mascaras. A great product to try!” – Marie-Pier
W3LL People, Realist Invisible Setting Powder
“The ultra-light powder absorbs the excess oils from the face, and yet is gentle on sensitive skins like mine.” – Amélie
“Though I found it to be a bit too rough to use on my face on a regular basis, I liked it to exfoliate my legs. It was very effective in preventing unpleasant ingrown hairs. The exfoliant contains nice oil that leaves the legs very soft. The product feels very nice, without feeling too strong. I enjoyed the sweet smell of citrus and chamomile. In short, I would have enjoyed a bigger pot!” – Elyse
Stay tuned for more discoveries in December’s box!
* The membership for the monthly box is 23$ CAD per month and can be cancelled at any time.
Marie-Noël Gingras works in the Department of Animal Advocacy at the Montreal SPCA. In the past few years, she has collaborated on numerous projects related to animal rights and welfare (the Vert et Fruité and Vegan Portraits blogs, the Montreal Vegan Festival), as well as collaborated with the Défi végane 21 jours book, published in spring 2016 (Éditions Trécarré). You can follow her on Facebook.