The 7 Best Vegan and Cruelty-Free Beauty Subscription Sets to Give for Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is a time to spend time with mom and shower her with gifts, flowers, and an extra touch of appreciation. Whether or not your vegan lifestyle matches hers, all moms can appreciate a high-quality gift that happens to be cruelty-free. Finding the perfect gift can be almost effortless if you know where to look for these hidden gems, and a subscription to a vegan and cruelty-free beauty box is one of our favorite items to show mom how much she means to us. Not only are they an easy and ethical option, but many offer flexibility in pricing, products, and frequency. From the beauty obsessive to the self-care enthusiast, these seven vegan beauty box subscriptions will bring joy to all moms.

Kinder Beauty

1 Kinder Beauty Box ($23-$26/month)

The Kinder Beauty box has skyrocketed into subscription box stardom since its launch in early 2019. The popular cruelty-free company was co-founded by former PETA executive Andrew Bernstein and actresses Daniella Monet and Evanna Lynch. Each Kinder Beauty Box provides between $85 and $165 worth of vegan skincare and makeup. Kinder Beauty boxes typically contain five products with at least two full-size beauty products per month. Plus, a portion of all proceeds are donated to charities that champion animal rights and environmental causes. Not only that, but the eco-friendly packaging makes Kinder one of the most sustainable vegan subscription boxes available. Gifting a subscription is super easy with prepaid or monthly plans. Your mom will always have something to be grateful for all year round.
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2 Petit Vour ($15 – $25/month)

Petit Vour is perhaps one of the best-known and oldest vegan beauty boxes on the market. This vegan subscription box is expertly vetted, adhering to strict clean beauty standards. The basic subscription box contains four products with a total value of $50 to $85. For the most premium monthly option, the PV Plus Box will offer your loved ones five to seven full-featured, travel-size products worth over $100. Each month, Petit Vour subscribers can also earn PV points for free gifts when they rate their items.
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3 VeganCuts ($24.95/month)

You may know VeganCuts for its popular vegan snack subscription box, but did you know the brand also offers a vegan beauty box? Each month, your recipient will receive between at least four full-size vegan beauty products worth between $60 and $110 collectively. Subscribers can expect a range of products from many small, emerging independent beauty brands. VeganCuts beauty sets tend to lean more on the skincare side, making them an ideal subscription set for people less interested in cosmetics and more passionate about healthy skin. Boxes start from $24.95 per month and are also available in several prepaid subscription options.
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4 Likes ($34.95 – $48.95/month)

Speaking of the future, Love Goodly is another vegan beauty box to keep on your gift radar. This small business is woman owned, cruelty free and of course, 100% vegan. The fortnightly beauty subscription sets include a wide range of products, including makeup, skincare, haircare, and even the occasional vegan lifestyle product (hello, soothing candle). Buyers have two options when it comes to box size. The Essentials box contains four to five full-size products worth $75 or more. For even more well-being, the VIP beauty box contains five to six products worth more than $100. Pay as you go and prepaid options are available.
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5 Nourish Beauty Box ($29.95/month)

The Nourish Beauty Box is another relatively new vegan beauty subscription box that is gaining momentum. Each month, your gift will discover four large-format vegan beauty products that are good for him and the planet. All products are cruelty-free and paraben-free, perfect for the health-conscious beauty lover in your life. Each box has a value between $100 and $150, which means you’ll get what you pay for with the Nourish Beauty Box. For a little more buying power, the brand offers old boxes for sale as well as a custom box for $39.95. Is your mother abroad? Feed ships around the world!
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6 Beauty Pie ($15/month – $59/year)

Are you looking for a Beauty Box subscription with the most flexibility? Enter Beauty Pie, a members-only beauty subscription box. A Beauty Pie membership allows shoppers to purchase luxury beauty products at a fraction of competitor prices. There is no obligation to purchase monthly products and members can curate their own vegan beauty boxes as they see fit. All Beauty Pie products clearly state whether they are vegan or not, and each product is cruelty-free. Beauty Pie also sells more than beauty. Members will find a growing number of vegan wellness and lifestyle products available, such as clean multivitamins and scrunchies. For the best freebie option, go for the $59 per year plan. Your mom will love the flexibility offered by this beauty bag.
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7Medusa Makeup ($17.95/month – $22.95/year)

For moms who love a pop of color, Medusa’s Makeup subscription boxes are the way to go. Each box is curated by the beauty professionals of this vegan and cruelty-free makeup brand and contains a blend of five vegan beauty and skincare products. Not only will mom love the high-quality beauty finds, but you can choose to add her favorite supplements for as little as $1. Additionally, the company donates to an animal sanctuary with every subscription. Payment plans range from $17.95 to $22.95 per month. For moms craving a little more skincare, The Skincare Box offers three products from Love Byrd delivered right to her door every three months for $49 per box.
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To learn more about vegan beauty, read:
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Sarah Kelly is a freelance beauty writer and founder of think mango where she writes about cruelty-free and vegan beauty products.

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