Pink Parcel Review - Period Subscription Box

Pink parcel grey box with pink logo

Yay! Another unboxing and review! I haven't done a good subscription box for a while, so this is quite exciting for me since I love these kinds of boxes so much. They're like being sent random gifts from people, and there's always something intriguing about them for me. I have been kindly gifted this box from Pink Parcel, which is aimed at periods and your time of the month. 

pink parcel open with all boxes inside and leaflets

Inside the package, there are 3 smaller boxes and one fabric pouch. I like that you can't see whats in the box the moment you open it, it prolongs the surprise and makes it more fun! There was a box that said, "for you, a little something to cheer you up". The value of this box and the volume of products make this worth it. 

Pink parcel for you box

For You: A Little Something To Cheer You Up

This box was a cute little pamper session with everything you need to wind down when you're experiencing PMS or not feeling great because of your period. 

Magnitone Wipe Out Microfibre Cleansing Cloth
A cloth to remove makeup using just water, which is £14.99 for a pack of 2

Mudmasky Sleep Repair Renewal Nourishing Mask & Facial Detox Purifying Recovery Mask
2 different face masks, one of them being a nighttime mask, both retailing at £60 each

Balance Me Flash Cleanse Micellar Water
A 99% natural micellar water with hyaluronic acid to brighten skin, which is £16

We Are Tea Super Berry Infusion Teabag
A health-boosting antioxidant filled tea, which is£2.99 for a box of 15. 

Jelly Pong Pong Stardrops Light-Activated Glow Drops
A highlighter which can be mixed in with foundation to create a dewy complexion or used to highlight your cheekbones, which is £32

Joe & Seph's Popcorn with Caramel and Belgian Chocolate
Gourmet air-popped popcorn, covered in caramel and chocolate, which is £4.00 fo 80g

pink parcel for you products laid out

In the middle was a smaller box saying "for night, use these at bedtime". This was filled with 5 night time pads. These pads are specially designed for use overnight as they're longer, more absorbent and has wings to hold them firmly in place throughout the night.

pink parcel for night box

pink parcel blue night time pads with wings

The final box said "for later, keep these close by", which was filled with tampons and pads for during your period. The good thing about Pink Parcel is that you can customise this part of your box. You can decide to have just pads, just tampons or a mixed box; as well as choose the type of absorbancy to match your flow, whether it's light or heavy.

pink parcel for later box

pink parcel day time pads with regular tampons

Lastly, there was a really cute small pouch in the bag, which had more tampons in and some panty liners. These are perfect for towards the end of your period when it gets lighter, or if you experience some spotting. The pouch is perfect for reusing and keeping spare tampons or pads in your handbag.

Pink parcel white pouch with gold spots and drawstrings

Open pink parcel pouch with tampons and pantyliners

Can you believe this whole box retails at just £12.99 per month, with free delivery and no contract; so you can cancel at any time. You can pay for several months upfront too for a cheaper cost. They very kindly sent me a discount code for my readers to use, so if you'd like 20% off your first box, use the code "PP20" in at the checkout. This box is definitely worth the price, for how much you get, and I really enjoyed opening this! 

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