Wednesday, 21 October 2015

PINK PARCEL: The Monthly Subscription With A Difference!

A few weeks ago I was lucky enough to receive a 'Pink Parcel' subscription box* to try out. It's a service which I was not familiar with, but immediately LOVED the idea.. and the box! 

The Pink Parcel monthly box is estimated to arrive when us ladies need it most.. *ahem* that time of the month.... Okay.. when you get your period. Just so we're all on the same page. 

It costs £12.99, so about the same price as most subscription boxes, although you can get your first one to try it out for just £7.95 through their website! 

The box contains 5 sub-boxes. The first being a little box of 'pick me ups', a little pouch featuring sanitary protection of your choice, two extra boxes to get you through the week and a final box for keeping things in good working order... 

I was so impressed with the 'For You' box. It's probably as good as any other beauty subscription box, if not better. There was a full size OPI nail polish and L'Oreal mascara in there which would total at least £20 on their own already! I love the mix of beauty a lifestyle bits, which you don't usually get in subscription boxes. The box featured a deluxe Elizabeth Arden sample, some rather fancy chocolate, a Bellapierre eyeshadow, a Skin Hair and Nails sample, some Pukka tea, a cute lip balm, a necklace and some adorable Bandzee hair bands - a good haul! 

A great feature about the box is that you can cater it to your preference in terms of which tampons / pads you use and what kind of absorption you need - amazing! 

Finally, this months box contained a 'Sass' intimate cleanser - not the most glamorous of things, but useful none the less and why not treat your downstairs to something a little bit fancier than Femfresh once in a while?! Also, this looks pretty subtle in your bathroom too! 

I absolutely love the Pink Parcel box, and will definitely be signing up to get one next month! Realistically, a couple of boxes of tampons a month will set you back at least £5-£6 anyway, so why not spend an extra few pounds to get the hassle taken out, plus a few extras! 

What do you think of this service?


*This post contains a PR sample which I was gifted*



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