Posts in Vegan Cuts

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box August

I recently published a review of my first Vegan Cuts beauty box, which is a beauty box subscription service that helps people to discover vegan and cruelty-free beauty. The great thing about this box is that it helps you to discover beauty products you would never have known exist otherwise. If you like indie beauty brands, bespoke and boutique beauty, this is the box for you.

See my unboxing video and read my review of each product.  Continue Reading

Vegan Cuts Beauty Box Review

I recently published a review of my beloved Vegan Cuts snack box where I highlighted that when people find out I’m vegan they question me about food. Well, on the flip side to that there is the questions I get from other vegans when they find out I’m a beauty writer. For new vegans they often find it hard to learn about which beauty products there are to suit their new lifestyle but it doesn’t have to be. There are numerous resources to discover vegan and cruelty-free beauty but Vegan Cuts make this discovery process a lot more enjoyable with their Beauty Box subscription service.

This is the first Vegan Cuts beauty box I’ve ever received but I’ve been a long time subscriber of the snack box. Would this one win me my heart too? I’ve reviewed this one for you and even put it into a video! Continue Reading

Vegan Cuts May Snack Box

When people find out that I’m vegan there is one question I am asked more than any other question …. “what DO you eat?”. I never know how to answer it because there is just so much I do eat. The list of what I don’t eat is much shorter, and most people don’t even realise that many things they already eat are vegan. With this constant question in mind and the continued interest from all of you to learn more about a truly cruelty-free lifestyle I thought I would do a few posts touching on vegan food.

People generally assume that eating vegan food instantly means it’s health food. That isn’t always the case because there are lots of unhealthy ingredients that don’t come from animals, i.e. sugar. However, in general vegan ‘junk food’ is naturally healthier than the animal-ingredient alternatives because it doesn’t have the trans fat and all the nasty chemicals/hormones that farmers feed the animals. So my point is, vegan food isn’t always a ‘health food’ but it is always more healthy than non-vegan food.

Why the long spiel, you ask? Today’s post is to introduce you to a service I’ve been using since starting my cruelty-free lifestyle. Vegan Cuts is a subscription box service that offers two monthly boxes, a Snack box and a Beauty box. The snack box has been invaluable with helping me discover just how delicious veganism is, and how many amazing products the world has to offer. This review is of the most recent snack box for May.  Continue Reading