19 March 2014

Review | Bounty Mum-to-be Pack

I’m sure most of you received a Bounty pack from your midwife/healthcare professional around the 12 week point, but in case you haven’t heard of them before, Bounty are the UK’s largest parenting club, and offer advice and support through pregnancy and beyond.
 
They offer expectant and new mums free sample packs, which come at four different stages of pregnancy and motherhood: the Information Folder, the Mum-to-be Pack, the Newborn Pack and the Family Pack.
 
As I said, these packs are completely free, and include items such as the Bounty ‘Baby Product Guide’, product samples, money off coupons and lots of helpful advice and information.
 
I have just picked up my Mum-to-be Pack, and there are so many wonderful goodies inside, that I thought I would do a little post in case you are looking to pick up one!
 
What's Inside?
 
 
  • Bounty Baby Product Guide. This is like an essential buying guide, and goes through everything you will need for your little one, with product reviews and expert guides. I can easily see this becoming my shopping Bible!
  • George by Asda Scratch Mitts. These are a lovely addition to the pack, they are really lovely quality and know they will be of great use.
  • Dettol Anti-Bacterial Wipes. I use these at home already, so was thrilled these were included as they are the best wipes!
  • Sudocrem. This is a lovely sample size, which will be great as a little extra in my handbag.
  • Samples of Cussions Mum & Me Stretchmark Cream, Hand Gel and Baby Bath Cream. I haven't used these yet, but they smell amazing.
  • Persil Non Bio & Comfort Pure hooded bath towel. Another great item in the pack! It's lovely and soft and know it will have plenty of use.
  • Sample of Fairy Non Bio
  • Sample of Ovaltine drink.
  • Vouchers and discounts on the above brands, as well as a few others.
 
I believe each pack can vary slightly in contents, but it is a great way to try out new products for both mum and baby, as well as getting some great advice and information.
 
If you are interested in picking up a pack, head over to the Bounty website and print off your voucher. You can then take this into stores such as Asda, Boots, Kiddicare and Superdrug.

Have any of you picked up your Bounty pack yet? If so, what did you think of it?
 
Nicola xx
 
 
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