Pink Parcel are a subscription service with a difference; instead of simply delivering indulgent beauty and lifestyle treats to your door they also ensure your monthly needs are met with the reliable supply of sanitary items. With a choice of 3 delivery dates Pink Parcel really take the worry out of ‘that’ time of the month and ensure that no matter when your cycle falls, your parcel will arrive just in time!
My March box has just arrived so let’s delve inside and see what is in this month’s box.
The first product out of the bag is a travel sized Native Unearthed Natural Deodorant (full size RRP £5.39), a 100% natural, vegan and cruelty-free deodorant that utilises aloe and volcanic crystals to prevent odour and care for the skin. I’ve recently switched to natural deodorants so i’m really looking forward to using this one.
Next up is a product which Pink Parcel have sent subscribers before. Papayagold PawPaw Balm (RRP £5.99) is a highly nourishing, multi purpose balm featuring papaya and manuka honey. It’s a great product but I do wish that Pink Parcel could avoid sending duplicated products to subscribers that have been with them a while.
I’m always happy to get a face mask in my beauty boxes so this next product, the Montagne Jeunesse Cucumber Peel-Off Mask (RRP £1), is a welcome addition. Refreshing, cleansing and softening this mask is designed to soothe away all your skincare woes.
I must admit I tend to use traditional emery boards when filing my nails, even though I know it it a big no-no. Crystal nail files are supposed to gently file the nail edge without snagging or causing damage so the Mylee Crystal Nail File (RRP £4.89) will really come in useful.
To round off the beauty treats is a Pink Parcel branded Hello Gorgeous Pouch in which you can stash your favourite lippie.
The lifestyle extras this month include the beautifully scented Simple Candle Co Wax Melt in Damson Noir (RRP £2), a pack of delicious Sweet Virtues Baobab and Vanilla Truffles (£7.50 x 3 packs) and a Teafields Ginger & Pineapple Green Tea teabag.
As usual Pink Parcel also promise subscribers an ample selection of sanitary items including your choice of tampons or sanitary towels, a handful of panty liners and a SASS feminine hygiene product. This month I recieved the SASS pH Balanced Serum (RRP £12) which helps to restore natural pH levels and combat irritation.
Pink Parcel costs £12.99 per month and I would definitely say it’s worth the money, especially if like me you’re always doing an emergency dash to the chemist for supplies when you’ve forgotten to restock! This month’s box contains some gems, namely the Native Unearthed Natural Deodorant and Simple Candle Co Wax Melt, however i’ve noticed a few duplicates beginning to appear which is a little disappointing if you have been a loyal subscriber to Pink Parcel since the early days.
Take a look at Pink Parcel website to find out more or sign up to your very own Pink Parcel.