Pink Parcel Review

PinkParcel is a premium monthly subscription service which provides tampons and pads, alongside a beauty and pamper box which consists of a fab selection of products from makeup to speciality tea. 

Pink Parcels priority is making women feel their absolute best even when that time of the month rolls around. With essentials for now, for night and for later, as well as amazing treats, all you need to do is sit back and indulge.

I have actually seen a few promotions for this on Facebook before I was contacted to review it and I was curious about what it was.

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There are so many subscription services available in this day and age but I haven’t seen one like this before.

I think it’s such a great idea especially for introducing young girls to the wonders of their body. Girls and woman alike can look forward to receiving their monthly Pink Parcel full of handy products and lovely treats. What better way of showing girls that puberty needn’t be scary or something to worry about.

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When selecting your box you go through a number of screens which allow you to choose exactly what you want included in your parcel. From tampons, pads or both, you can then select your preferred brands and absorbency and the date you would like to receive your parcel each month.

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What’s in the box?

All items in the box are packaged in individual boxes and there is even a handy cute mini drawstring bag in which you can keep your sanitary products together in your handbag.

As well as the sanitary pads which included day, night and spare pads my Pink Parcel contained; 

  • Chocolate and Orange mini chocolate
  • English Laundry Signature Eau De Toilette 10ml
  • The Beauty Crop Shady Trio of Eyeshadows
  • So Susan Black Eyeliner Pen
  • Whittard Earl Grey Tea (1 bag)
  •  Maggie Anne Nail Polish
  • Sanatio Naturals Sweet Orange Essential Oil
  • Snowflake Earrings

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This really is a lovely box and it far exceeded my expectations. The contents alone are worth more than the £12.99 a month subscription fee, and I can honestly say that I will use all of the products included.