Making your period that little bit better with Pink Parcel.

Okay, let's face it. After those initial 3 minutes of relief that everything is working as it should, and a little confirmation that 'hey, you did good, you're not pregnant! Go and reward yourself with a chocolate biscuit (read, a whole share bag of chocolate buttons 'cause lol, hormones!)', who actually looks forward to getting their period?

Yeah, me neither. However, Pink Parcel are here to make your time of the month that little bit better. This is a subscription box with a bit of a twist. And by 'a twist', I mean delivering a parcel to your letter box close to when you're due on, filled with tea, treats, and of course, plenty of pads/tampons of your choice to get you through! Seriously, why has no one thought of this before?!

The parcel arrives with three different boxes, and a pouch. The pouch is labelled 'for now', and has a few pads in there to keep with you in your bag. There's also a 'for later' box, which has more pads for you to keep handy, as well as a 'for night' box, with well, night time pads! I don't know about you guys, but the one thing I always hate, is feeling like I can't lie on my back when I sleep when I'm on, please tell me this isn't just me!? So, for me, the night pads are a godsend!

When you order your box, as well as selecting when you're due on, so your box can arrive at just the right time, you can choose whether you prefer pads, liners or tampons. Pink Parcel stock most major brands, including Tampax, Always, Lil-lets, Organyc and Kotex. And trust me when I say, there's enough in the box to keep you going, you most definitely won't need to buy yourself any more! 

Then, of course there's the 'for you' box, which is most definitely the most exciting to open. This is the box with all the treats, and who can't resist tea and a little self-pampering session? In August's box, there was all of this;

- Teapigs matcha green tea
- Jealous sweets
- Sunkissed shimmer dust brush
- So Susan haute light pencil
- Cougar beauty 24 hour liquid lipstick
- Sass intimate perfect skin concentrate
- Emily fruit chips, crunchy apple
- Estella bartlett bracelet.

I don't know about you, but I absolutely love this idea. We all need a little pick me up around that time of the month, and a subscription service sending you exactly what you need, right when you need it, seems fabulous to me.

If I'm honest, I wasn't exactly sure what to expect when I was offered to be sent one of these boxes to review, but I'm genuinely so, so, pleasantly surprised. There's so much packed into each of the boxes, and I love the idea that it's curated for our individual needs, too!

Pink Parcel. It's a monthly thing.



  1. This is genuinely such a good idea! It would definitely make periods a little less rubbish!

    Jaynie Shannon * | Beauty and Lifestyle


  2. What an amazing idea! I especially like the thought of having a little treat to perk me up a bit :) x
    Sophie Cliff

  3. This sounds like such a great idea! And makes periods a little more bearable. Well, as bearable as they can be!

    Meg | Elmpetra

  4. This is such a great idea. i wonder if its available in south africa.

  5. This is such a good idea! Definitely gonna have to subscribe.

  6. Love this, such a cute idea, ive seen something similar before but not as visually pleasing and full of awesome things like this, definitely going to have to check it out x

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  7. This literally sounds amazing - who wouldn't want a little goodie box when they're due on haha?! Think I might have to look into this, amazing idea!

    Lucy | Forever September

  8. This is actually such a clever idea! I'd love something like this when it's that time of the month (especially for the treats!).