This edition of The Parcel by Marie Claire is a special one to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. The box feels a lot heavier and is about twice the size (height wise) than normal. This posts obviously contains spoilers, so considered yourself warned if you're (im)patiently waiting for Mr Postman to deliver your box of goodies.
John Frieda Frizz Ease Smooth Start Hydrating Shampoo & Conditioner - full size ($15.99 each - 250ml)
I have to admit that I was disappointed when I opened the box and saw the John Frieda conditioner and shampoo, as they would be why the box felt so heavy. I was kind of hoping for more luxurious products. Nonetheless, I would use these as they do suit my hair type, so I guess I can't complain too much about it.
St Tropez Gradual Tan In Shower Tanning Lotion - 50ml ($39.99 for 200ml)
As you may already know, I'm sadly allergic to self tanners - I get super itchy and little red bumps appear all over my skin. I don't seem to get too itchy when I use a gradual tanner (which is what this is). So I'm hoping I'm not allergic to this one. This also gets bonus points since it's "coming soon" on sttropeztan.com.au (I love trying new things before they're released!)
MOR Rosa Noir Hand & Body Milk - 50ml ($34.95 for 500ml)
I don't really care for MOR products, but I do like that it contains rose extract - rose is my current favourite scent. I also like that the sample size is perfect for travelling (which I will be doing in a couple of months.. YAY!)
Redwin Coconut Balm - full size ($5.99 for 25g)
This is meant to be a multipurpose product that repairs dry hands, heal elbows and lips, soothe burns, cuts and insect bites. I think it'd come in handy for the upcoming warmer weather, when we will get swamped by bugs.
Clinique Smart Custom-Repair Serum - 10ml ($80 for 30ml)
This serum is meant to somehow understand your skin's needs and magically provide custom repair for damage such as inflammation, wrinkles, uneven skin tone and dullness. Is anyone else skeptical? I will give this a go and report back if it's not a dud.