Pink Parcel are the leading period subscription box in the UK, and their boxes are a fantastic way to get all of your essential femcare products delivered straight to your door every month so you don’t need to do a panic run to the shops at the last minute! As well as femcare, they also include additional items such as pampering, beauty, lifestyle and food/drink treats, so you can treat yourself at the same time. I think it’s such a great idea and I’m so happy that a company like this exists!
When you sign up to Pink Parcel, you can choose when you would like your box to be delivered so that it coincides with your period, and you can select what femcare items you want from a range of options and brands. Your goodies will arrive in a long box that’s split up into four compartments inside, so here’s what I found in my December Pink Parcel!
I chose the Always pads option and received a selection of Normal Ultra Pads with Wings, Nightime Pads, and Panty Liners. These are packaged into different labelled boxes and there’s a handy ‘For Now’ drawstring pouch that you can use to pop some straight into your bag.
The next products are all from the ‘For You’ section of the Pink Parcel box:-
Pom Boutique Secret Santa Snowflake Earrings (RRP £8)
As it’s a December box, I was very pleased to see these beautiful silver-plated snowflake earrings from Pom Boutique – how cute and festive are they?! I haven’t had chance to wear them yet, but they look like good quality and being silver means that they’ll go with lots of different outfits which is always a bonus.
Maggie Anne Nail Polish in Argentina (RRP £10.50)
Winner of a Natural Health Award 2017, Maggie Anne Nail Polishes are cruelty-free, vegan-friendly and are formulated without the main toxins that are commonly found in other nail polishes (Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP), Formaldehyde, Formaldehyde Resin ,Camphor and THTP). I believe there are gold and silver colour variations, so you could receive either of those in your Pink Parcel box this month. I got the silver one called Argentina and it’s gorgeous!
Sanatio Naturals Sweet Orange Essential Oil (RRP £15)
I’m a huge fan of aromatherapy oils, and this Sweet Orange Essential Oil from Sanatio Naturals smells amazing. A little bit of it had split during transit, but that didn’t really bother me much. This oil is brilliant for helping to reduce feelings of fatigue and anxiety, and is also ideal for making you feel happier and more positive. Perfect for this time of the year!
The Beauty Crop Eyeshadow Trio in Coco Loco (RRP £8)
Moving onto makeup, I found this cute little eyeshadow trio from a brand I haven’t heard of before called The Beauty Crop. They are cruelty-free and these eyeshadows are formulated with Avocado Oil to hydrate the skin and go on smoother. I’m looking forward to trying this out as the neutral colours are the kind of shades that I would wear for an easy everyday look.
So Susan Mesmer-Eyes Waterproof Liquid Eyeliner (RRP £18.99)
I wear eyeliner quite a lot and this one from So Susan looks really good! The packaging is nice and sleek, and it has a very precise nib applicator for creating a winged liner look. I’ve swatched it on my hand so far and it’s stayed put since this morning throughout a shower, so it definitely appears to be waterproof!
English Laundry Signature Purse Spray (RRP £16)
Next up I found a beautifully boxed Purse Spray Perfume from English Laundry in their classic Signature fragrance. It’s quite a musky and floral scent that I wouldn’t usually go for myself as it has a mix of hints of Quince, White Chocolate, Jasmine and Sensual Wood, but it’s definitely growing on me and I love the packaging.
Fudge Kitchen Chocolate & Orange Caramel
The last item in this month’s Pink Parcel is a yummy piece of Fudge Kitchen Caramel in Chocolate & Orange. Absolutely delicious and made extra special with a sprinkling of edible glitter!