Most women have periods every single month and while they’re definitely not the nicest of occurences, they are incredibly natural. With the help of Pink Parcel*, I’d like to try and help change people’s perspectives on periods and make them seem more “normal”.
Pink Parcel is a monthly subscription service that aims to “unite periods and pampering” with the hope and intention of making it a much more manageable and *enjoyable* time of the month. The Pink Parcel comes in a discreet, slim grey box that can fit through most letter boxes for your ease and convenience. The pink and grey colour scheme is actually one of my favourite things about the Pink Parcel box – it’s simple but elegant and I’d honestly be proud to have this showcased in my bedroom, instead of hidden away in secret.
All of your period essentials are covered in the Pink Parcel; whether you prefer tampons, pads or a mixture of both, you can tailor your subscription box to suit your needs so that’s it’s perfect for you. I love the personal element of this box and how you can truly make sure that it fits to your needs and your lifestyle. You can choose your delivery date so that you receive your box exactly when you need it.
As well as all the necessary essentials that you require during ~that~ time of the month, Pink Parcel also contains a number of different goodies to help you out along the way. From chocolate delights to the essential items needed for a pamper evening, PP ensures that you won’t go without anything during ‘leak week’.
In my November subscription box I received plenty of tampons and pads, more than enough to last the whole week of the “shark attack”. The discreet and somewhat stylish boxes that they come in are great for storing the pads and tampons in and I love the personalised element of the boxes.
I also received a little bag that’s ideal for carrying your sanitary products around with you. The little black bag is the perfect accessory as it’s discreet and extremely cute, with gorgeous little bows decorating it.
I was thoroughly impressed with the selection of pampering goodies that came in the Pink Parcel box. From a nail care set, to a face mask as well as a quirky tube of sanitising spray, Pink Parcel really have thought of everything when it comes to self care during your time of the month. The ginger and tumeric teabag is perfect for soothing those horrendous period pains and the little block of chocolate is the ideal pick-me-up for when you’re not feeling so great.
Another great feature of the Pink Parcel is that I received a number of discount codes for various online shops which I thought was a fantastic thing to include as we all need a little pick-me-up when we’re not feeling so great.
Get your own personalised Pink Parcel subscription box* from only £12.99 a month!
Have you ever tried the Pink Parcel Subscription box? Would you consider giving it a try? Let me know in the comments or on Twitter @imjustagirl_16.
*I was very kindly sent this box from Pink Parcel for reviewing purposes; all thoughts and opinions on periods and the contents of the box are entirely my own. Please see my disclaimer for more.