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.
July’s edition of Pink Parcel does not disappoint and I think I will definitely get use out of all the products. First up in the parcel there was some really sweet floral and pink packaged products including a pair of tweezers from The Vintage Cosmetics Company. A few days before I received this package I was thinking I needed some new tweezers as I must of had mine for years now and then these land on my door step and even better they’re rose gold. Another one of these pretty packaged products was a tube of Cranberries and cream hand cream, I have tons of hand creams dotted around my house, in my car and various handbags so receiving little tubes like this is always really handy to keep in my stash.
The beauty products in this months box are lovely. When I saw the Jelly Pong Pong Supercharged Eyeshadow it reminded me of a lovely gift my bestfriend Zoe bought me for my 16th birthday. The colours look really pigmented and intense, I’m looking forward to incorporating them into a make up look soon. The next beauty product I received was Lottie London Nail Polish in the shade Blogger Babe, I love that Pink Parcel have included this brand in their last couple of boxes as the products seem really good quality. The brush I received in May was really soft and a really useful size. Bellapierre seems to be a firm favourite with the ladies over at Pink Parcel and their products don’t ever disappoint so I was happy to receive the Gel Eyeliner in the shade Ebony. The last beauty product included is the Freeman Beauty Foot Scrub Lotion which will be great for summer to keep my feet in tip top condition for wearing sandals and flip flops.
The two food/ drink products included this month were a La Via Del Te Tisana Sweet Relax tea bag and a small packet of Bahlsen Choco Leibniz Biscuits. In the booklet Pink Parcel provide about the products it says for a box of the tea it is £34.95 for a box of 27 of these tea bags at Harrods!!!! I’m looking forward to trying both of these products. I think it was last month that Pink Parcel stopped including the feminine hygiene products due to feedback from their customers so there was none included this time.
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