This box has turned into a reminder for C. “Oh your box full of tampons showed up today? I’ll be extra nice for awhile.”
Not familiar with Period for Good? Period for Good is a monthly time of the month subscription box. There are a few others out there that provide supplies, a treat, and a small gift to get you through that rough patch we all hate so much.
Period for Good subscriptions start at 19 dollars a month and are pretty customizable. They offer 4 different basic boxes but you can add pads or tampons to any of those boxes for 2 bucks. Don’t see your favorite brand? Send them an email! Most likely they can find it for you!
Oh! And I almost forgot to mention the “good” part of Period for Good. 20% of the box price goes directly to a charity of your choice. They sponsor 6 charities plus a “U-Pick” option where subscribers can request a charity of the month. You can learn more about the selected charities by clicking here. I selected Tripp Halstead, but all of these charities are pretty amazing.
Period got Good ships via USPS. They don’t provide tracking info, but no matter. My box always arrives about a week before my start date. I don’t even think about this box anymore, it just shows up.
I about fell over when I saw the purple and lime green! (My falling over had NOTHING to do with the fact that I choose to sit on an exercise ball all day.) You guys! I mentioned this last month! These are my wedding colors. Sure, it could be plain coincidence, but I’m going with super thoughtful!
Period for Good doesn’t have a traditional info card but more of a letter from Morgan. The letter always super thoughtful and far more interesting than a generic info card. On the back is an update from your charity of choice. This month, Period for Good is sponsoring Tripp’s Oxygen Chamber therapy!
First look! I knew what to expect, sort of. There’s been a lot of talk on their Facebook Page about these panties.
I toyed with how to photograph a pair of panties, it’s a weird concept I never gave much thought to. I mean, my dad sometimes reads my blog. But the world needs to know about these panties. They are moisture wicking and help to protect from order while still being cute and comfortable. Not just amazingly helpful for your time of the month, but also nice for working out. I wore them yesterday, and I was amazed at how comfortable and cool they were. I think I’ll have to pick up a few more pairs!
Heath Candy Bars: 1.50
After polling their Facebook group, they found no one was really concerned with melting chocolate so they continue to send the good stuff! Honestly, it’s still been super mild here in MI, nothing has melted. Nothing.
Cramp Tabs: .50
I tried these last month, and they were pretty helpful in reliving cramps, surprised? I always like that they include these.
The Goods: 4.26
I kept these in the plastic bag they were packed in for the photo. I know some people have concerns over sanitation when they aren’t given a full box, so I wanted to show everyone that they aren’t just thrown into the box. Even if they were, they have a wrapper for a reason. Period for Good offers several different brands of both pads and tampons and is pretty customizable.
Overall, August’s Period for Good box had a total value of 30.26! Period for Good always seems to have a great value, even though I’ve never done the breakdown. I love the different little treats and gifts they offer, I love that I get to do a bit of good, and I LOVE LOVE the purple and lime green!
What did you think of this month’s Period for Good box? Want to sign up? Click here!
And don’t forget to use code DOGOOD to save 10% on your first order!