I never planned to review Pink Parcel. I only purchased a box as recently they were on offer for £1!!! I just planned on it being a little cheap treat for myself with it being on offer, as far as I knew, Pink Parcel only provided women’s hygiene products and a couple of treats to cheer up that miserable week.
But I was so impressed with my Pink Parcel that I had to review it and share just how bloody good it is!
Please note this isn’t a full review, just a peek of what’s inside!
So, what’s in a Pink Parcel? Let’s open my May Pink Parcel and find out!
What’s Inside The May Pink Parcel?
Upon opening my Pink Parcel, I saw that it was filled with neatly labelled boxes and a cute little drawstring bag.
- For You
- For Now
- For Later
- For Night
There were also a couple of leaflets, a booklet explaining what’s in the box, and a freepost envelope to post back any unused hygiene products for others in need of them, “fighting period poverty!”
I couldn’t believe the amount inside this box! I was expecting a bit of chocolate, maybe a face mask or something too.. I was right, but also very wrong!
Here’s what was crammed in that little For You box:
- Dr Botanicals – Vegan Coconut Oil Rejuvenating Body Exfoliating Bar
- Laritzy Cosmetics – Eye Pencil
- NAOBAY – Orange Juice Hand Cream
- Anatomicals – Sud The Lot Of You – Get Lost Grime Body Cleanser
- Optiat – Nourishing and Hydrating Face Mask
- The Dark Side – Conscious Organic Raw Chocolate
- Drink Me Chai – Spiced Chai Latte
Anatomicals – Sud The Lot Of You – Get Lost Grime Body Cleanser
Drink Me – Chai Spiced Chai Latte
The Dark Side – Conscious Organic Raw Chocolate
Opitat – Nourishing & Hydrating Face Mask
Laritzy Cosmetics – Eye Pencil
NAOBAY – Orange Juice Hand Cream
Dr Botanicals – Vegan Coconut Oil Rejuvenating Body Exfoliating Bar
This is a little cotton drawstring bag filled with five lightweight panty liners to catch any early surprises. I’m not sure what the five tampons are for though, as they seem to be the same batch code as the ones in the for later box, which is for a medium flow. Do not use tampons unless you are on your period!
Inside the For Later box there are eight medium flow sanitary towels (you can select your own flow preference when you order) and seven tampons, this should be enough for a week, but I suppose there are always those backup tampons in the For Now bag.
Finally, in the For Night box there are five night time sanitary towels, which are longer and a bit more absorbent to protect you from any accidental sheet stains!
All of the sanitary products which I have mentioned are lightly scented which is a nice touch, and Pink Parcel only use products from trusted brands such as Tampax, Bodyform, Lil-Lets, Always and Kotex.
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As I said earlier, this was just a brief review as I simply wanted to share with you what exactly you receive in a Pink Parcel box. I’m really happy with my box!
Have you tried Pink Parcel yet?