Friday, 25 December 2015

Bepanthen goodies Christmas giveaway

I have an exciting giveaway for you, my lovely readers! I have a goody bag full of Bepanthen products! 

"We all understand that harsh winter weather can play havoc with our own skin- but have you ever thought about the impact it has on your baby’s delicate skin?  Health Visitor and Paediatric Nurse, Nicola Joseph, is here to give you her baby winter skincare tips, so you can help keep your baby comfortable during the cold, winter months.

1. Babies are much more sensitive to a change in temperature than we are, and it can be tricky dressing them for the cold winter months when you know you will be going from a warm, centrally 
heated environment to the harsh outside air. To help you manage this, it’s best to dress your Little One in layers that can be added and removed easily as you move from temperature to 

2. Just as babies can be prone to heat rash in the hot summer months, they can also get heat rash in the winter from wearing too many clothes or swaddled in heavy blankets. Babies are particularly susceptible to this if they are warmly dressed and in one particular place or position for a long period of time- such as a car seat. To avoid this, ensure you are dressing them in breathable, natural fibres, and try to ensure that they only have cotton next to their skin.

3. Too much bath-time fun can dry your Little One’s skin out, particularly during the winter months- so try to keep bathing limited to two or three times a week– particularly when they are young.  
There’s no need to use any products in the bath as these can be particularly drying.  If your LO’s skin is feeling a little dry, straight after the bath use a ‘free from’ moisturiser such as Bepanthen Baby Moisturiser with a mild gentle formula that’s been developed specifically for new born babies or those with extra sensitive skin.

4. When washing your LO’s clothes, use a gentle, fragrance-free fabric wash and conditioner to keep her clothes feeling soft against her skin. This is particularly important during the winter months when she is likely to be covered up for most of the day and night.

5. Don’t forget, although the temperature may be cold, if the sun is shining you should still protect your baby’s face with a good, high protection, sun lotion such as Bepanthen Baby Sun Cream".

Now to the giveaway! For your chance to win your own Christmas themed giveaway, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below (the competition ends on 8 January 12am):

a Rafflecopter giveaway Good luck! Merry Christmas!

97 comments:

  1. infacol and nappy rash cream

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  2. sleeping bag, it really does keep them warm but not hot and sleeps so much better

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  3. In facol & nappy rash cream. The Bepanthen sun cream.

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  4. Has to be baby wipes

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  5. A radio. Music settled him to sleep

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  6. Infacol, Nappy Rash Cream and a blanket for swaddling and as a comforter!

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  7. Muslins!!! and lots of them

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  8. Sudocrem and a rocking baby chair x

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  9. Bepanthem nappy rash barrier cream x

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  10. next to me crib has been amazing for my 12 week old baby girl

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  11. definitely sudocrem, and baby wipes

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  12. Muslins - more than I could count!

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  13. Baby wipes - in fact I couldn't live without them for at least the first 3 years of my baby's life I think! Constantly have a pack by my side :)

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  14. Muslin cloths, wet wipes, cotton wool & barrier cream.

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  15. Tommee Tippee Prep machine! It saved my life!

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  16. Gripe water! (Twins with colic!)

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  17. muslin cloths!

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  18. A bouncy or rocking chair! Absolute life saver.

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  19. apart from the essentials like cot nappies and milk I loved having sudocrem around. work so fast! brilliant product. currently using on my new born twin babies x

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  20. Disposable Nappies are the best invention since sliced bread lol xx

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  21. Wet wipes are fab for all sorts!

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  22. Muslins. Perfect for a sicky baby and great to have to hand when feeding x

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  23. Tommee tippee prep machine is amazing

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  24. Bepanthen is not just great for babies bums also good after having a tattoo

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  25. Johnsons baby bedtime bath

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  26. Baby wipes are my number 1 product for the first 6 months and after.

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  27. It would have to be my musical rocking baby chair,it was the only thing my daughter would sleep in!

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  28. baby wipes! good for almost every spillage or sticky situation!

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  29. Wet Wipes
    (Steven Beasley)

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  30. my baby changing bag as you would not believe
    what I carry around with me
    my bag is full of bits and bobs
    somewhere are my keys which I lose a lot
    cloth nappies which everyone I know does hate
    wet wipes that are past there date

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  31. I would've been lost without muslin cloths.

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  32. Nappies otherwise it could get quite messy :) thanks for a fab competition x

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  33. I would have been lost with out my bouncer have a 3 and a 1 year old when my new born arrived

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  34. nappy rash cream, not just for nappy rash but also to stop baby getting a sore neck from dribbling

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  35. Infacol, my eldest had really bad colic for her first 3 months and she was waking every half hour for an ounce of milk. I'd never heard of it before but it worked immediately. Needless to say my youngest was given infacol straight away lol

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  36. Baby Wipes and Sudocrem for my first two children then I discovered Bepanthen and it was the best thing EVER for nappy rash and I always have a stash since having my 3rd.

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