Le Parcel Subscription Box Review + Coupon – March 2015
Le Parcel is a time-of-the-month subscription box that sends you your choice of pads and/or tampons, plus a few chocolates and other items.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Le Parcel
The Cost: $15 a month plus shipping
COUPON: Use coupon code EI6MH to save 20% off your first month (20% off shipping too).
The Products: Your choice of 25 pads/tampons/panty liners, plus chocolates and few other items.
Ships to: US ($5 shipping) Canada ($7 shipping)
5 Pads/Liners/Tampons – Value $5?
When you’re signing up for a subscription, you get to select how many of each category item you want. They feature the brands: Tampax, Kotex, Playtex, OB, and Always.
Knot Chocolate Truffles – Value $6
My husband said this was some of the best chocolate he’s ever had. (I can’t eat dairy, so I just got to be jealous).
My Kitsch Hair Ties – Value $12
I love getting hair ties in subscription boxes, and I like that this set is a mix of basic and sparkly black ties.
Fig + Yarrow Rose + Vanilla Lip Tint – Value $10
I love seeing Fig + Yarrow in subscription boxes! This lip tint is very lightly tinted, and it is very moisturizing. I can really only detect the rose scent though.
Puur Foot Lotion in Fresh Peppermint (2 oz) – Value $3?
I couldn’t find this item in the Puur etsy shop, so I’m using the value of a different 2 oz lotion sample. The foot lotion has a really refreshing peppermint scent, and I wish they still sold the full size version in their shop!
Verdict: I think the time-of-the-month boxes get their value from both the convenience and the other items they offer in addition to pads/tampons. With this box I’m really impressed with the extra add-ons. (Reaching out to the company, I found out that all subscribers will receive 2-3 extra gifts in their boxes in addition to the pads/tampons and chocolate. And looking at Le Parcel pictures on Instagram, there is some variation in items subscribers may receive).
What do you think of Le Parcel?