Pink Parcel is a subscription box designed especially for us ladies to make that time of the month a little more bearable. The service is designed so that you receive sanitary products that you have chosen on the Pink Parcel website just in time for when you need them. The box also always includes beauty and lifestyle items too. I love the idea behind this box and feel it is up there with the ones that offer the best value for money.
I received May’s Pink Parcel this morning and ripped the package open straight away. Firstly I got the sanitary items which I haven’t pictured as I’m sure you can know what they look like. Pink Parcel supply you with more than enough of your chosen option and if like me you become a regular subscriber you are sure to never run out. Anyway onto the exciting part…
This months box again is an impressive one and all of the items included are definitely things I will use. Firstly I was happy to see another True Brit Nail Enamel this month and this time it is in a lovely light grey shade named “It’s a monthly thing”, this shade is perfect for me as it will go with so many things I wear. The Lottie London Conceal It Brush is a welcomed addition to my collection and this brand is one I’ve been wanting to try for a while but have heard mixed reviews so hadn’t decided to buy yet. I usually blend my concealer with my fingers so I’m interested to see if this brush makes a difference. I love Simple as a brand so was happy to see this toner in the box as I know I can use it with no risk of my skin breaking out as it does with some new brands I use. The Badger Sleep Balm is the kind of product I enjoy trying out, its 100% organic and cruelty free and I’d much prefer to use something like this when struggling to sleep rather than medication. The final beauty product this month is Cougar Perfect Pout Lip Plumper which claims to improve hydration and softness of the lips whilst also plumping them. This product sounds ideal for me as I’m always struggling with dry chapped lips and also they aren’t the fullest so it’ll be nice to see if this makes a difference.
The treats this month sound like they’re going to be extremely delicious. I’m especially looking forward to trying the Fudge Kitchen White Chocolate and Raspberry Cube. There was also an English Tea Shop Organic Chocolare, Rooibos and Vanilla Tea and Rococo Mini Bee Bar in Honeycomb Crunch included.
Last year Pink Parcel started to include a feminine hygiene product and this month it was a small pack of Femfresh wipes.
Pink Parcel costs £12.99 a month and there is a choice of three delivery dates for you to choose from in order to ensure your box arrives in time.I think this service is well worth the money as previously I would regularly run out, I also enjoy receiving a gift from myself to myself at this time of the month. Its great how the parcel includes products in order to allow you to pamper yourself when your feeling particularly rubbish.
To subscribe and find out more visit www.pinkparcel.co.uk