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Pink Parcel review

I received a Pink Parcel box in the goodie bags from the LPPEvent a few days ago. I was delighted with the parcel, so I’ve decided to review it separately.

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Pink Parcel is a monthly subscription period box. The box has 4 different parts: For you, For now, For later and For down there. All the items are in their cute boxes or pouch. It was a lovely surprise when I opened it and saw how they look, each in its category.

For down there it had a FemFresh freshening cloths, small in size and perfect for travelling or to keep in the handbag.

For later had tampons. I looked on their website and when you subscribe to them, you can choose from tampons or pads and you can even choose the brand. I think this is fab as I tend to stick with a brand I like.

For now is a cute pouch with a couple of tampons and liners. It’s so handy to have those in a black pouch instead of having them everywhere in the handbag. It’s handy and I don’t have to worry if I have to open my purse for one reason or another.

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For you is the most interesting one, obviously.

Every box includes a bag of tea, because “Because a cup of tea solves everything!”. I find that cute. The tea included in this box was Organic Chocolate, rooibos and vanilla from English Tea Shop (£6.6 for 60 bags), something I didn’t try before.

There were two sweet treats. The first one I’ve tried was a Fudge Kitchen white chocolate and raspberry cube. It was delicious, I loved it. The second sweet treat was Rococo mini Bee Bar with honeycomb. I loved the chocolate too.

Badger Sleep Balm has lavender, for a better night sleep. I like the fact that it’s made in USA and it’s organic and cruelty free.

True Brit London Nail Polish was one of the items for pampering. It’s the first time I see this nail polish and so far I like it. It has a grey colour and I love it. I can’t wait to try it these days. The bottle is heavy and it looks lush. It’s made in the UK and that is something I really like.

Cougar perfect pout lip plumper. It should improve hydration and softness of the lips while it plumps them. It’s made in the UK too.

Lottie London make-up brush. I got the Shade&Shadow brush for eye-shadows. I can’t wait to try this one too.

Simple Soothing Facial Toner. I use a couple of products from Simple, a make-up remover and a cleanser and I’m happy with them. When I saw the toner in the box I was delighted, as I wanted to buy it to see how it is.

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The subscription is £6.99 for the first month and £10.99 (including P&P) after that. I really think it’s worth it.

The items in the For you box:
English Tea Shop is £6.6 for 60 bags (1 teabag in the box)
Fudge Kitchen white chocolate and raspberry cube is £10 for 12 (1 in the box)
Rococo mini Bee Bar with honeycomb is £1.5 for 20g
Badger Sleep Balm is £4.99
True Brit London Nail Polish is £12.50
Cougar perfect pout lip plumper is £29
Lottie London make-up brush is £5
Simple Soothing Facial Toner is £1.29 for 50ml

The Pink Parcel box was a PR sample. All opinions are my own.

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