Beauty box subscriptions have been quite the thing for a while now (personally I love them) but there’s a new subscription box geared towards women that’s gaining a lot of popularity lately – the PMS Package!
According to their website, the PMS Package, ‘strives to ensure you are comforted at your time of the month. We provide all your wants and cravings delivered specifically when you need it most. From different assortments of candy to your favorite movies, our packages have it all! We have three select packages for you to choose from; mini, featured, and executive.’
You guys, this is brilliant! You’d think that it was woman who thought this masterful piece of marketing up, but it was actually two 19 year old guys who are the brains behind the PMS Package! Ashton Onesko and Luke Buchy created the genius subscription box as a method of comforting women during their period. Onesko told PEOPLE “Our packages change every month. We supply our boxes with goodies from the theme of the month or holiday. We have chocolate, lotions, candles, stuffed animals, fuzzy socks, candies and much more.”
The idea came from Buchy’s younger sister and he used social media to grow his following. With 3 different package options that range from $12.99 to $34.99, subscribers can choose the PMS Package they want.
Onesko also told PEOPLE that they make sure they consult the experts when deciding what to offer in the packages. “We have a team of girls who bounce ideas back and forth to decide the most comforting items to put into the packages. We also get feedback from our customers by running Twitter polls to see what they would want in the packages. We like to stick with the most comforting items, along with snacks to enjoy.”
“The whole time we have been in business we have had nothing but positive feedback,” he says. “What girls love most about our packages is that we ship it to them when they start their period. Our whole goal of this company is based off our slogan: ‘Comfort delivered right to your door when you need it most.’ ”
I love this idea, a lot. What do you think Hot Moms? Would you subscribe to something like this?