Pink Parcel Review – September 2017

*Pink Parcel – September 2017
Price of the Box per month: £10.50 including free postage

Who doesn’t love being pampered especially when it’s that time of the month? Thankfully Pink Parcel as always comes to the rescue with their amazing concept to equip us with our chosen sanitary items and make us feel that little more pampered with an array of beauty and lifestyle treats. For September, they’ve focused on the AW17 colour palette which are warm hues so you can expect to see these colours inside this month’s box whether it be the colour of the packaging or the shades of your products!

Pink Parcel is a subscription service for your monthly cycle who send you what you need, right when you need it as well as some lovely treats to brighten up those days of the month. With three dispatch dates to choose from, Pink Parcel literally take care of everything and will ship your box before your period is due. If you’re worried about flows and absorbencies, they have that covered too as you can choose your preferred brand as well as the type of sanitary items to suit your flow making it completely bespoke to your needs.

Without further ado here’s what you can expect to see inside this month’s Pink Parcel:

Up first and the product I was probably most excited to see is the Stylondon Oval Face Brush (RRP £7.99), a soft bristled brush which can be used to apply blusher, contour and finishing powder. The handle also ensures the correct pressure is applied.

Sticking to make-up, the second product out of the box is the Laritzy Cosmetics Lip Pencil (RRP £13.60 – shades may vary). I received the shade Deep Orchid which looks a little purple on me and unfortunately isn’t something I think I’ll be able to pull off but the creamy formula is so lovely to work with. The lip liner is also cruelty free, paraben free and enriched with powerful plant and fruit extracts, made in USA and are gluten free.

Sometimes I think Pink Parcel are mind readers as another product which grabbed my attention and is very welcomed addition is the Skinmono Foot Mask (RRP £9.99), a deeply replenishing serum foot mask that’s packed with shea butter, olive oil, tea tree and chamomile. It promises to smoothe cracked heels, soften hard skin and refresh and revive tired feet. I’m so looking forward to giving my feet a little pick me up as they’ve taken a bit of battering with all the house renovations going on at the moment – thank you Pink Parcel!

Up next is the Ciate Nail Polish in the shade Raspberry Collins (Full size RRP £9.00 – shades may vary) which is a vibrant summery pink so it’s not really an autumnal hue but nonetheless I’ll probably save this one for next summer!

Lastly is the Sebamed Feminine Intimate Wash (Travel size),  a cleaning agent to support the acid mantle against pathogenic micro-organisms. It is 100% free of soap and the low 3.8 pH value supports the ecological balance of normal micro-flora for genital protection. Sebamed Feminine Intimate Wash provides you with all the necessary ingredients for a fresh and clean wash whilst leaving you with a beautiful scent.

3. Tea and Sweet Treats – 2 items

As well as the beauty and lifestyle line up you can also expect to see a sample of tea/coffee and foodie treats the perfect mix to satisfy those cravings and as always they sure do hit the spot but always disappear so quickly!

Inside this month’s curation you can expect to see a brand new product launch from in the form of the Bakedin Chocolate Brownie Mug Mix and a sample of Peach & Rhubarb Tea tea from the London Tea Company

My Verdict

Once again Pink Parcel have delivered another happy package this month and although it did feel a little lacking on the line-up front in comparison to previous editions the opportunity to try out some new products, the fantastic value and size of the products and the addition of the chocolate mug mix definitely made up for the shortfall plus there’s two make-up items and a nail varnish – two of my favourite areas when it comes to beauty! I’m particularly looking forward to snuggling up with the Chocolate Brownie Mug Mix while I’ve got my Skimono Foot masks on! I really can’t fault Pink Parcel, it’s such a lovely pick-me up and you also get to try out and discover a host of beauty and lifestyle products – what’s not to love!

If you haven’t got on the Pink Parcel train yet then it’s definitely a subscription I highly recommend and the thrill of the surprise will not fail to make you look forward to that time of the month!

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  • w097045

    I loved last months which wasn’t popular and I don’t like this months which is popular. The shades of the nail varnish and lip liner I really don’t like plus I got blue nail varnish last month. I’ll try the foot socks but I would have been excited about exfoliating ones. The seba med is not for me, don’t like fruit teas and the cake mix requires effort. That said I’m keen to try the brush.