Pink Parcel – March Unboxing


Just when I think Pink Parcel can’t get any better they pull another stonker out of the bag. Our favourite subscription service, devoted to the delivery of essentials for that time of the month, have brought us yet another fantastic line-up for March’s box, jam-packed with treats that guarantee to make our monthlies something to look forward to instead of dread.

Inside this month’s parcel are some amazing brands and hardworking products, designed to make you look good inside and out, so without further ado let’s delve into the box and explore the goodies!


The first treat in this month’s box is an OPI Nail Lacquer in I Sing In Colour (RRP £11.95). From the Gwen Stefani collection this polish is a vampy burgundy colour with a quick drying crème gloss finish. I really love these deep shades and OPI is a fabulous, salon quality brand so there are no complaints from me to find this here!

Next up is actually a product I’ve eyeing up in Boots recently; PapayaGold Paw Paw Moisturising Balm (RRP £5.99). PapayaGold is a multi-tasking balm, enriched with Bio Active Manuka Honey 20+, Bees Wax and Paw Paw extract, which soothes, relieves and moisturises dry, sensitive, and irritated skin and dry chapped lips. I’m never without a multi-purpose balm in my handbag as they have so many uses and are perfect for all the family, so this will be a great extra and i’m looking forward to using it.

The third treat is from another brand I’ve lusted after. The Bubble T Hibiscus & Acai Berry Tea Bath Bombs (RRP £6) are paraben and SLS-free and packed with a restoring fragrance to help ease tired minds. Their gentle formula leaves skin feeling hydrated and cared for.


The treats in this box just keep coming and our fourth product is a one week supply of Perfectil Skin Hair & Nails (value £1.50). Perfectil Original Formula is the UK’s No.1 skin, hair and nails formula and is based on 40 years of scientific research into the benefits of targeted optimal nutrition. Each of these tablets contains micronutrients including Vitamins B2, B3 and biotin which contribute to the maintenance of normal skin, and selenium and zinc which contribute to the maintenance of normal hair and nails. I’m a huge fan of supplements and these are from a really respected brand so they’ll definitely be added into my morning routine.

Finally we have a pack of Bandzee Hair Bands (RRP £4.95); fashion-forward hair elastics which support any hairstyle without tugging on hair or leaving dents when you take your hair down. The slim and sleek Bandzees supplied in a multitude of colours and patterns they can even be worn as wristbands. My hair isn’t quite long enough to tie up yet, although I am growing it, so for now these will be stashed away.


As usual we have a little chocolate bar to satiate our cravings and this month it is a fairly traded bar of Divine White Chocolate (RRP £2), and a teapigs Chocolate Flake Tea Temple, always welcome additions, especially when feeling a little delicate.

As well as the beauty products you get 25 tampons in each box as standard (you can select sanitary towels if that’s your preference) and Pink Parcel allows you to choose the brand as well as selecting when and how long your cycle is. The tampons also come with a cute black pouch to keep in your bag.

Pink Parcel is the perfect subscription box, combining the reliable delivery of sanitary products with an array of wonderful beauty treats, and each month I look forward to it immensely. At £9.95 per month (or £5.95 for your first month) including postage this box is incredible value, and if you sign up on 8th March, which is International Women’s Day, your first Pink Parcel is free!

Are you a Pink Parcel subscriber? What do you think to this month’s selection?

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