March Pink Parcel Box

Pink Parcel is a monthly subscription box which contains everything you need to help you power on through that time of the month. It contains tampons and/or pads (depending on your preference) and also a box full of goodies, literally! and it comes with a little book telling you about the products in the box and the RRP of each product and also a cheeky discount code (or two). The box is discreet and been made to fit through 94% of letterboxes.

March's Pink Parcel was my first ever Pink Parcel and it definitely won't be the last! I can't believe the amount of goodies inside the "Just For You" box. Here's what I got inside this months box...

First up is some bath/shower treats. I received some Kneipp Lavender Mineral Bath Crystals (RRP £1.95) which is great to combat fatigue and just chill you out, which let's face it, we all need when it's that time of the month. I also received a travel sized bottle of Boozi Body Care Body Wash in Cheeky Woo Woo (RRP £5.95 for 250ml). I've been meaning to try out this brand for ages but I do kind of hoard shower and bath products so I was waiting until I had used up some of the products I already own lol. It smells so good! The final bath/shower product I got in the March Pink Parcel box was a travel sized Dove Pure Care Dry Oil Shampoo (RRP £2.99 for 250ml) I don't really use Dove for my hair just because I really like my L'Oreal Elvive and TIGI Bedhead shampoos and conditioners at the minute, but it's always nice to try out something new. If I don't like then I know my mum will happily take it off my hands because she swears by Dove hair products. 

I also received a Rimmel The Only One Lipstick (RRP £6.99) and I received mine in the shade Naughty Nude, which is such a beautiful colour and it really compliments my pale skin and doesn't wash me out, which is great. I also got some Beauty Papier Green Tea Blotting Paper (RRP £7.99) which again is perfect for me as I do have combination skin and obviously, my skin does get a little oilier when Mother Nature is in town. I really like the packaging of blotting paper pack too. Also, I got a little cute pin which reads "Happy Everything" by Label Yeah (RRP $5) and on the back of the pin packaging, there is a 20% off discount code which I'll definitely be using.

Obviously you can't have a subscription box which has been made for that time of the month which doesn't have some sweet treats inside. So the final products in the Just For You box is a London Coffee Bag (RRP £5.99 for pack of 10) which is definitely something I haven't tried or seen before so I'm pretty intrigued to try this out. Next up is some chocolate! YAY! I got a bar of Maza Chocolate (RRP £7.99 for 80g bar) which is 100% Noir. You've probably seen that dark chocolate is great to have when you've got your period and I find it does really help to ease off cramps. This chocolate is also free from any sugar or artificial sweeteners so it's genuinely good for you! 
Also, you get plenty of pads or tampons (or both, depending on your preference). I love the cute "for now" bag which you can pop in your bag and it's pretty discreet. In the "For Now" bag and "For Later" box, you get day time pads and then obviously night time ones for when you're sleeping in the "For Night" box. 

Overall I think this subscription box is a bargain. If you think the amount of money you spend during the time of the month on your pads/tampons and then your treat yourself moments, because let's face it, we all have to treat ourselves when Aunt Flow is in town. I think the box full of goodies, a few discounts and your pads/tampons is such a good price at £6.99 for your first box or £10.50 per month after your first month. I can't wait to see what's inside April's box! 100% recommend, it definitely makes your period a tad more bearable.

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  1. I've never heard of this box I wuite like it. The only 1 lipstick by Rimmel is the best <3