What Our Customers Are Saying
I just wanted to say how much I’ve enjoyed the last two Hello Flo boxes I’ve received. They were great! Really nice presentation of everything, great products and there was way more in each box than I was expecting (in fact, I was just reminded to send you an email because I’m eating from the almost empty tin of citrus Pastillines I received with my box).
I just wanted to jot you a quick note and let you know that I received my first box today, and I just loved it!!! I, of course, loved the needed monthly “supplies,” but I also really loved all of the little “extras,” inlcuding the yummy treats! It really made my day, and my “time of the month,” a normally tough week, a little brighter.
Keep up the great work! I’m already looking forward to next month!!!
This subscription appealed to me because I’m constantly buying (or sending my husband out) every month. The convenience alone is worth the cost, and I love getting surprised with extras. I will definitely recommend you to my friends.
“She’s preaching to the choir, of course. Even if, like myself, you were raised to put a nice big dot (or period, hehe) on your calendar as a reminder, there’s no woman on earth who has never been surprised by a visit from Aunt Flo.”
“Meet HelloFlo.com, a smart new service that delivers everything you need for your period all in one box, right on your doorstep. No sending your partner to Target for tampons, or scrounging through old purses in the closet for a spare pantyliner. (Don’t lie, we’ve all done it.)”
“Hello Flo is a subscription service that delivers flow-specific period products monthly. The website promises discrete packaging–“feel free to get it sent to your office.” The service currently includes Tampax Pearl and Always products and ships throughout the continental U.S. The company is now also introducing a “starter kit” for the newly menstruating–and that’s where our little camper comes in.”
“But just because women think we’ve got it all figured out doesn’t mean our girls do — and hopefully, we can share with them the range of period-related options.
And, who knows? Maybe ads like “Camp Gyno” will mean more of our girls won’t be embarrassed to have ‘the talk.'”