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The PMS Package Subscription Box Review – June 2017

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

The PMS Package is a period subscription box to help you deal with your cravings and pamper yourself.

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

My Subscription Addiction paid for this box. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This review is of the Mini Package, $15 a month, box. 

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

The Subscription Box: The PMS Package

The Cost: $15/month for the mini package, $25/month for the original package, and $30/month for the premium package. Shipping is an additional charge.

The Products: Snacks, beauty items, and hygiene products.

Ships to: US ($7), UK and Canada (for an additional charge)

Good to know: You can choose to add individual packets of Midol (5 or 10) and 8 count boxes of Playtex tampons (choose your absorbency) for an additional charge. You can also choose what day of the month you’d like your package. (Mine arrived a few days early.)

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This box didn’t come with an information card.

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

Awake Caffeinated Chocolate (caramel, 1.55 oz) – Value $1.67 (buy a 12 pack for $19.99)

Last month there was a problem with melted chocolate and, unfortunately, this month, there was still a problem with melted chocolate. This did solidify enough to eat by putting it in the refrigerator for a few hours, and it was delicious, but it was not pretty.

Koppers Chocolate All Natural Sea Salt Caramels (2 oz) – Value $0.92 (buy a 5-pound bag for $36.95)

These were not as melty as the chocolate bar, but they also did benefit from a few hours in the refrigerator. I noticed the caramel more so than the sea salt. I like the small package size here – it’s hard to eat too many at once.

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

Eyecandy Accessories DayInDayOut 5 Piece Pedicure Set – Value $2?

I can’t find this for sale online, but I did find a catalog for the product line. Basically, everything in there is really inexpensive so I am not assigning this a super high value.  I do think it’s nice to take some time out and pamper yourself at that time of the month. I really need to do a foot peel before I use this, though.

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

Skinny Pop Popcorn (plain, 0.65 oz) – Value $1.17 (buy a 6-pack for $6.99)

This is just some basic sea salt popcorn. I do find popcorn filling (and high in fiber) when I am craving something salty. I also like the 100-calorie portion pack; because it’s popcorn, it still feels like you are getting to eat a lot.

The PMS Package June 2017 Period Subscription Box

Beautiful Feet Professional Foot Care Refresh Deep Cleansing Scrub (8.5 oz) – Value $11.50

It appears that this company (this is from California Mango, which I discovered through Escape Monthly a long time ago) used to offer a larger selection of foot scrubs, but only one type is currently available on their website, so this may be old packaging. This worked all right at the end of a shower but my feet are really callused from exercise and such, and like I said earlier, I need to do a foot peel and then use this and the pedicure kit after a layer of skin is gone. This should be good for maintenance, though.

Calsense Socks – Value $5?

This company seems to exist on social media but I can’t find a shop so the value is a guess based on similar items. I often wear socks like this around the house in winter to keep my feet warm and it probably was time for a new pair (it is too hot to wear socks at all right now).

Verdict: I calculated a value of $22.26 for the June The PMS Package. That is right around the cost of the box plus shipping, although I did have to estimate some values. Although I liked the chocolate and I thought it was nice the other items had a cohesive pedicure theme this month, I’ll be honest – I am disappointed with the box contents. This is the second month in a row I received melted chocolate, even after I complained (and received an acknowledgment of the issue from customer service).  You just can’t send chocolate in June without a cold pack! There were a couple of items in there that seemed like dollar store items (e.g., pedicure kit) and I suspect the foot scrub may be discontinued by the manufacturer.

As the last word, I know if you are relying on this sort of box to deliver you much-needed supplies so you don’t have to make an emergency run to the store, this one did deliver on-time (early, even). And it is possible to change your monthly delivery date by contacting customer service (this is good, ince not everyone’s cycle is the same length of time).

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Written by Ragan Buckley

Ragan Buckley

Ragan stumbled across My Subscription Addiction in late 2013 and immediately subscribed to way too many beauty boxes. She’s now focused on boxes for her cats and dog, vegan/vegetarian food boxes, and craft subscriptions (and she didn’t give up beauty boxes entirely).

Posted in Period Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women, The PMS Package Reviews| Tags: the pms package | 5 comments

Comments (5)

  1. Didn’t they include some tampons with the package or is it like an add-on?? That seems a bit high without the necessary items?!

    • You can add some tampons on for an extra cost. (Last month there was a little mini emergency kit with a few pads and tampons, but they didn’t include that this time.)

      • The mini emergency kit made the last box more appealing than this box to me.

  2. I get monthly gift that I bought on groupon. I got 3 months for $20/free shipping. It has been awesome. They send me tampons a mixture of super to light and pads! Also, there is emergency treats. It’s perfect for me. I have more than enough to last me the rest of the year now!! I will buy that deal again if I see it!

  3. This seems like such a great idea for a sub box but the actual price and contents seem to leave much to be desired. If they ever revamp the products and bring down the price I’d definitely be interested.

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