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Pinch Provisions Candy Striper Minimergency Kit Review

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pinch provisions candy striper minimergency kit for her review

Pinch Provisions Profile

Pinch Provisions, rebranded from the original Mr. & Mrs survival kit company (which is how I originally came to know them years ago), produces some of the most adorably useful mini emergency kits I've ever seen. Some kits are general, while others are themed and geared towards specific types such as college students, moms, men, teens, etc. These little survival kits come in the cutest packaging, too--bags, tins, etc. Pinch Provisions Minimergency Kits include a variety of products to help you cope with life's unexpected little blips. 

Does Murphy's Law seem to regularly apply to your daily life? It does to mine (darn my married name)! Think of this as your personal first aid kit for life's mishaps.

Price

Minimergency kits vary in price, but the Candy Striper retails for $15.

Where to Buy

Candy Striper Minimergency Kits can be purchased directly through Pinch Provisions site HERE


Pinch Provisions Candy Striper Minimergency Kit Review


Pinch Provision Candy Striper Minimergency Kit Review
This little bag is only 3.5" x 2" x 2"!

Does this remind anyone of that episode in Sex and the City where Carrie goes to visit Mr. Big after he's had heart surgery? "I'm Candy, your Candy Striper!" The second I saw its name it was the first thing I thought of lol. Time to go watch it for the millionth time!

Product Type

I received the Candy Striper Minimergency Kit for Her in orange and gold, which is a general emergency kit geared towards the needs of women. While Men could benefit from this kit as well if they liked the gorgeous candy-themed bag, I'm not sure they'd get much use out of a few items inside such as the tampon.

Minimergency Contents

If Mary Poppins designed an emergency kit this would be it! I pulled everything out and I felt like her, practically elbows deep as I pulled item after item out. It's crazy what these little bags can hold!

Pinch Provision Candy Striper Minimergency Kit Review
The back of the packaging shows everything held within.

Pinch Provision Minimergency Kit Review

It's one thing to list it all out (and it is an impressive list) but I wanted to show you just how much comes in these teeny weeny, purse-perfect kit!

The Pinch Provisions Candy Striper Minimergency Kit includes 17 items:
  • hairspray
  • clear nail polish
  • nail polish remover
  • emery board
  • lip balm
  • earring backs
  • clear elastics
  • mending kit
  • safety pin
  • Shemergency® tape
  • stain remover
  • deodorant towelette
  • pain reliever
  • tampon
  • breath freshener
  • dental floss
  • adhesive bandage


Final Re-Cap


Price

Minimergency kits vary in price, but the Candy Striper retails for $15.

Where to Buy

Candy Striper Minimergency Kits can be purchased directly through Pinch Provisions site HERE

My Thoughts

I've been a fan of Pinch Provisions survival kits for years, but I swear no matter how much time goes by I fall in love with each new little bag! This is an adorable kit filled with super useful items and I love that the bag has a holiday feel to it. As you can see above, this bag is crammed with 17 items that can make getting through even the most random snag a little easier. I also love that refills on some of the items in these kits can be purchased through Pinch Provisions so you can keep your kit well stocked even after you use certain things (see refills HERE).

I can tell you from personal experience that these make amazing gifts! I've given them to friends and family for different holidays/life events in the past and they have always been well received. Christmas gifts perhaps? I think these would make fabulous stocking stuffers or office swap party gifts!

What do you think? Have you ever purchased a Minimergency Kit? 

Note: Products in this post were provided by PR/the brand. All opinions stated above are my own based on my personal experience and have not been influenced by PR/the brand. 

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