If you regularly forget to stock up on sanitary products, leaving you short at that time of the month, then Pink Parcel is the subscription service for you. Priced at £10.50 per month this box delivers you a regular supply of tampons or sanitary towels, plus a bundle of treats, completely taking the hassle out of your period and making it a time to look forward to than one you dread.
September’s box arrived a couple of days ago containing a great selection of beauty and lifestyle goodies. The first of which is a gorgeous bronzer from New CID Cosmetics. The I-Glow Mini in Sarocco (RRP £16) is a baked shimmer powder that lends a warm healthy glow to the complexion, and can be used all over or just as a contour. The packaging is really nice and the addition of a mirror in the lid means it’s really easy to apply on the go.
The next full size product in the box is the AA Skincare Seaweed & Aloe Eye Gel (RRP £6.96). This is a product I’ve used before – see my review here – and it’s a great multi-tasking product as it can be used to remove eye makeup as well as a hydrating and soothing moisturiser for the delicate eye area. AA Skincare have a great range of reasonably priced, good quality natural skin, hair and body care products; I hope we’ll see more of the brand in future Pink Parcels.
During my period my body temperature seems to go up a little which always makes me sleep less soundly. The next product, a mini sized Cotswold Lavender Slumber Spray (full size RRP £7.25) is designed to help you get a better nights sleep and it’s a great addition to the box.
The final beauty products is a 50ml travel sized Schwarzkopf Bonacure Colour-Freeze Shampoo (full size RRP £12.20), which is sulphate free and promises to gently cleanse your hair without stripping the colour. I don’t colour my hair but I do try and avoid sulphates in my hair products so I’ll be looking forward to trying this shampoo.
Next week have a handful of indulgent treats including chocolate from Ombar, a coconut and cranberry tea from Cuppanut, a pack of oat crackers from Nairns and a pack of 4 lavender scented t-lights; the perfect lineup for a cosy night in when you’re feeling delicate!
Included in each month’s box is a selection of tampons or sanitary towels (you choose your product type and brand), which should be more than adequate to see you through your period, and a handful of panty liners.
This month’s Pink Parcel contains a great assortment of treats and at £10.50 I’m sure you’ll agree it is a complete bargain! If you’re always dashing to the 24 hour supermarket for sanitary products because you’ve run out why not give Pink Parcel a try?
Head over to the Pink Parcel website to find out more and get your first parcel for just £6.99!