It feels like a hot minute since I last received The Parcel, so once it arrived, I wasted no time ripping open the box to discover the following items:

– Estée Lauder New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum 30ml
– Garnier Miscellar Cleansing Water 125ml
-MOR Emporium Classic Triple-Milled Soap in Blood Orange 180g
-O.P.I Nail Lacquer in the shade “Suzi’s Hungary Again” 15ml
-CROP Natural Pure Macadamia Oil 50ml
-Gilded Cage Unleashed Lipstick in the shade “117”



First of all I appreciated receiving a full size lipstick. Especially considering that it’s worth $40AUD, that’s great value for money considering The Parcel costs $25 a quarter.   I absolutely adore Gilded Cage’s Unleashed Lipstick.   The shade I received “117” is stunning, a beautiful, bright, orange based red, that comes in the most elegant and sophisticated packaging. Highly pigmented, long lasting and comfortable on the lips, I will definitely be trying more from the range.




I am keen to put the Estée Lauder New Dimension Shape + Fill Expert Serum to the test as it claims to give visible results in 2 weeks. Big claim! Upon application I noticed the smooth, gel like formula applied easily and left my skin feeling hydrated with a lightly floral, perfumed scent.  The 30ml container makes it easy to travel with and there is enough product to test whether you want to spend $140AUD for the full size product.


Having never tried anything from the Crop range, I was intrigued by this multipurpose oil. Macadamia oil  has many benefits including repairing hair breakage, frizz control, anti-aging  and of course has hydrating properties. The oil has a very mild nut scent and when applied it doesn’t leave an oily residue. Crop Macadamia Oil retails for $18.


Garnier Micellar Water.  I don’t need to tell you about Micellar water, last year the beauty world was a bombarded with Micellar water, the miracle make-up remover. Perfect for those late nights when you have a face full of make up that needs to come off pronto. Having another bottle of Micellar water will always come in handy. Garner Micellar Water retails for $6.95


The O.P.I Nail Lacquer I received was in the shade Suzi’s Hungary Again! Yes Hungary  not hungry I didn’t spell it incorrectly. O.P.I is a cult classic and the colour is beautiful, bright pink. O.P.I Nail Lacquers retail for $19.95.


The Mor Emporium Triple Milled Soap smells delicious, with a strong, fragrant blood orange scent. I have to admit that while I will most certainly use the soap, I was a little disappointed to have already received the same soap in a different scent a few parcels ago.  You can pick up this soap for $19.95.


Overall I was very happy with the Autumn Edit of the The Parcel. There were a few brands I had never tried before and a couple of classics I was happy to restock on. The total cost of all products included comes to $244.85, although keep in mind that the Estée Lauder serum cost $140, I only received a sample size which wouldn’t have cost that much. If you are interested in trying The Parcel out for yourself, you can sign up on The Parcel website.

Until next time xx ausbeautyandskincarereviews


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