Flux Period Subscription Box

Sunday, 25 September 2016
Flux period box
If you're a regular ready of my blog you'll probably know by now that I'm not the kind of person who's overly fussed with subscription boxes, I usually find I'm left with a load of samples piling up in my drawers that I'm never going to use. However, when the people from Flux got in touch asking if I would like to review one of their pad and tampon subscription boxes* I was immediately intrigued. I mean who really enjoys going out tampon shopping? I don't know about you mother nature will creep up on me and I'll open my drawer and my supplies have suddenly depleted and I'll find one measly tampon looking back at me, leaving me caught short.

To start off with your box customisation you choose a box corresponding to how many days your period usually lasts, starting off with a 2-3 day box costing just £3.50 a month. You then have the option to add 'something sweet' to your box in the form of hand picked chocolate and tea bags along with an option to add some body form liners.  
Next up you choose what products you want inside your box, personally I went for a mix! Flux used trusted (and some of my favourite) brands such as bodyform, always and tampax so you can trust the products you're receiving. My favourite part of the box was the handy little pack made up to keep 'close by' for now, the idea is brilliant and they've now been popped into my handbag, with some pads, tampons and liners in there I'm never going to be caught short again! 
You can subscribe to Flux here.
Amelia xo
*PR samples

17 comments:

  1. What a good idea for us girls! Now I don't know if I go to the length of subcribing but it's something different out there which is great :)

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  2. What a great idea for a subscription box! I'm not in need of one currently (pregnant) but will definitely consider signing up once mine return!

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  3. I always loved the concept of period subscription boxes!

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  4. A different idea for a subscription box. Not for me as I'm generally not a fan of subscription boxes.

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  5. I've been meaning to try a period subscription box for ages but because I have the implant I don't have regular periods but it would save having to buy pads and tampons x

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  6. This is so handy for women. What a great subscription box.

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  7. It's a nice idea, ideal for those who forget to pick up tampons and get caught out.

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  8. Such an interesting idea for a box. I could definitely do with some chocolate and tea when I'm on! :)
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  9. Not so sure about this subscription boxes, my mummy suffers badly over her time of the month and would need more than pads and chocolate to help her, more like a hot water bottle and tablets!! ;) great idea for teenagers though x

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  10. Great subscription box. I think it's great that it also includes chocolate what a lovely thought.

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  11. Perfect idea a for a subscription box. Would love to get the same box.

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  12. Not heard of this box before - I need to look into it

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  13. Now this sounds brilliant! Not tried this box but might just have to treat myself

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  14. Not seen this before, great idea to add something sweet x

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  15. This subscription box looks really lovely. It looks really handy.

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  17. Looks like a really good period box, I sub'd so a different period box earlier in the year and it had similar provisions too

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