Kinder Beauty Box - January 2020 Review | Frankly Kiersten Reviews

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What is Kinder Beauty Box?: Kinder Beauty is a monthly subscription focusing on beauty products (makeup and skincare). I was started by Danielle Monet and Evanna Lynch, from Victorious and Harry Potter respectively. Each month guarantees a value of $165 with at least two full-size products. There is no specific item count requirement for this box.

How Much is Kinder Beauty Box?: Kinder Beauty is $25/month on a month-to-month basis, $24/month if you prepay for three months, and $23/month if you prepay for six months. The six month subscription comes with a $75 welcome gift (while supplies last, per the website). Use code BEKINDER for a free gift with your subscription.


I have to admit, I was pretty excited to try out this subscription. I'd seen it hyped across YouTube for a while now and finally gave in to said hype.


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Glove On the Go (Eco Packaging) ($12.99) - I have this for when I'm not wearing enough makeup to warrant using my Green Clean. I have quite a few of this style of makeup remover for those times and just wash them from time to time. It does a good job if you don't have a ton on, but it's not going to do a great job of removing a ton of eye makeup.

Dirty Lamb Tea Tree Wand ($42.00) - This reminds me of the Herbal Blemish Stick by Fortune Cookie Soap, but more expensive. I don't have a preference between the two but the Dirty Lamb one does seem to work better on my combo skin whereas the FCS one works better on husband's oily skin.

SFGlow Peeling Pad BerryGood ($3.00) - I've been loving peeling pads recently! This one did a good job but it's a little pricey compared to tubs of them and didn't do a lot more compared to the others I've tried. 


R+CO One Prep Spray ($12.00) - My current prep spray for my hair. I Just pulled it out of my bin of hair goodies and was like, yep, this is the one. I like it before I put on a heat protectant but after it's mostly dry. It seems to make a difference with smoothing when I do heat style.

Lotte Naturals Morgan Eye Serum ($17.00) - This is an awesome eye serum. My literal only complaint about this is the packaging. I had to keep it in the box for the longest just so I'd be able to remember what it was because there's NOTHING on the bottle to remind me.


This box was valued at $86.99, under the guaranteed value but I'm not sure when that guarantee when into effect as I found this info today versus when the box came in January. I loved this box based on the products and you can see the lipstick I received as a gift using the BEKINDER in this picture.

As always, let me know what you thought of this box in the comments below!


Frankly Kiersten
Frankly Kiersten

A lifestyle blog focusing on makeup, subscription boxes, and nail polish.

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