Sunday, 8 March 2015

International Women's Day with Pink Parcel

Today is International Women's Day and unsurprisingly, my inbox has been pretty quiet about any product relating to said date, apart from one brand whom I have featured on my blog before - Pink Parcel and this is what they had to say:

As a female brand with a mission to care for and bring joy to women every month when their period strikes, Pink Parcel is naturally proud and passionate about International Women’s Day. What could be better than a day dedicated to uniting with fellow mothers, daughters, sisters and friends, to honour womankind and celebrate the encouraging, inspiring women in our lives who we love and admire?

Pink Parcel is a subscription box which has been specifically designed for women during their monthly cycle. The idea being that your box arrives before your period is due and inside it will be tampons and sanitary towels that are obviously essential items and as an added extra there are some beauty products and comforting treats which aim to put a smile on your face, almost like a hug in a box. Brand partners include St Tropez, Elizabeth Arden, OPI, ROC, Maybelline, Rimmel and Bio Oil.

To celebrate International Women’s Day, Pink Parcel is offering one free parcel to anyone that signs up to the subscription service on Sunday 8th March.
International Women's Day with Pink Parcel
International Women's Day with Pink Parcel
International Women's Day with Pink Parcel
Pink Parcel also recently launched a teen-only version, Teen Parcel, designed especially for girls between the ages of 11 and 17 featuring brands such as Teapigs, Flamingo candles, Yardley and Binky London.

How does Pink Parcel Work?

Step OneVisit www.pinkparcel.co.uk and select ‘subscribe’ to get started
Step Two: Choose your favoured sanitary brand (Tampax, Lil-lets, U by Kotex or Always)
Step ThreeChoose the level of absorbency required – Individual (Lite, Regular, Super or Super Plus) or Multi (a selection of different absorbencies)
Step Four: Choose your delivery dates based on your cycle

How much does Pink Parcel cost?
The subscription service is £9.99 including delivery and is debited from a nominated bank account monthly, with an introductory offer of £5.95 for the first month.   You can cancel at any time.

As I have said before, both of these boxes are absolutely fantastic and I just love the concept it is brilliant. I love how refreshing it is not to have to think about your period and that there is a little something too make you smile inside too, of course the content of the 'for you' box changes every month to add a little more excitement to the whole concept. Teen Parcel again is just a lovely concept and one I have enjoyed sharing with both my god daughter and friends little girl, both of whom are a little too embarrassed by their monthly cycles, which is quite sad in many ways, but thankfully, this is discreet enough for them to not to have to feel it is a subject they need to mention too often.
Happy International Women's Day!

28 comments:

  1. This is such a cute idea! makes that time of the month much more bareable! xxx

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  2. This is such a good idea, and I have seen this around loads, but as I don't have a regular cycle it wouldn't make sense for me to sign up for this :(

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  3. I love this idea but I use cloth pads, but I would totally get this if I used disposables =]

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  4. Ah I love this, how to make that horrible time of the month easier to deal with x

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  5. Nice idea - and more useful than the average monthly subscription box!

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  6. We had a sample of this and it was lovely x x

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  7. This is such a cute idea! :)
    I've heard about it before and think it's just fab!
    x

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  8. Lovely idea and the packaging of it is so cute <3

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  9. Another great box! I love the packaging and the contents :) xxx

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  10. This is such a fantastic idea. I think it's more suited to teens than myself, but I love the concept.x

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  11. Pink Parcel ♥ sounds so cute :3

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  12. It's always nice to get a special parcel in the post whatever the time of the month!

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  13. I think a nice parcel can cheer anyone up at any time. Great idea. Ideal for young girls coming to terms with changes.

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  14. I like the idea of a Teen Parcel; I will have to check out whats on offer :-)

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  15. I love the idea of this service, unfortunately my cycle is so irregular that I don't think it would work for me!!

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  16. what if your cycle is irregular?!!

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  17. wow this is a great idea :) do they ship outside the UK http://ninasbargainbeauty.blogspot.com

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  18. I love this idea but I am really particular about the products I use when menstruating. I on't think I'd like to rely on someone elses choice

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  19. I had one of these, you do get some nice treats in them :) xxx Thou Shalt Not Covet

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  20. I think this is a great idea for a sub-box! I haven't bought one yet as the last time I looked they didn't do towels, but having just taken another week, it seems that they do now!

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  21. Really interesting concept. I love the idea of a hug in a box timed with your period. I'd love to know more about what treat products are included.

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  22. What a lovely idea, it does seem quite pricey though

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  23. Nice to get a parcel every month, I wouldn't mind getting this x

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  24. I think this is such a great idea - perfect time to get a little box of treats!

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