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Tuesday, 5 March 2013

MaterniCare: A Giveaway

Just after Evie was born, I started to use a post natal nourishing cream called MaterniCare. You can see my initial review of it here.  

Four months later and my stretch marks have almost entirely gone! I'm certain I have MaterniCare to thank as it took over a year for them to start to fade after I had Daisy. This stuff was described as a 'wonder cream' in its press release and a wonder cream it is!

Initially it was only available in independent chemists and online but now, due to popular demand no doubt, this brilliant product is available at Boots!

To celebrate the launch, I have three bottles of MaterniCare to give to three winners (that's one bottle, worth £14.99, each).

Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget below* and there are six ways to take part (which means a grand total of six entries per person!). You can leave a comment below, follow me and MaterniCare on Twitter, like us both on Facebook and tweet about the competition too. The competition closes at midnight on 12th March 2013 and the winner will be announced on here, on Facebook and on Twitter on 13th March. This competition is open to UK residents only.

Good luck! xoxox 

*The giveaway starts at 12.01am on 6th March 2013.




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55 comments

  1. Drink lots and lots of water - good for baby and your skin!

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  2. Get lots of sleep :) you need your beauty sleep more than ever

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  3. drink lots of water and get try to relax as much as possible

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  4. use baby oil to reduc stretch marks x

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  5. Lots of sllep cause your gonna need it ;-)

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  6. Sleep as much as possible, if you don't you'll regret it later!

    @yyesidolikecake

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  7. sleeping as much as you can, drinking water and staying active as much as you can

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  8. lots of cream to stop stretch marks

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  9. keep moisturised, keep hydrated, sleep well & keep your sense of humour
    ally.purple1@yahoo.co.uk

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  10. if possible sleep whenever you can, drink lots of waterm and eat freash fruit and veggies

    @sarahrees151286

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  11. Pass your morning sickness sweat sheen as your maternal "glow"!

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  12. Petra Robertson8 March 2013 at 10:01

    Enjoy pregnancy and take this time to really pamper yourself (and your baby) from the inside and the outside. Healthy foods that are good for both of you and lovely beauty products that will make you feel relaxed and beautiful.

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  13. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER AND GET PLENTY OF REST

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  14. Moisturise your tummy from the minute you know your pregnant. Do it morning and night. May be a bind but its worth it. Drink lots of water and clear fluids. Hydration really important.

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  15. plenty of water, and a nice walk after dinner to keep you motivated

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  16. Lots of sleep and drink lots of water .

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  17. lots of walking and gentle exercise.

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  18. sleep when you can plenty of rest

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  19. eat ginger biscuits when you feel sick

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  20. if u feel sick suck on a mint imperial and drink plenty of water

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  21. Peppermint tea... wonderful for digestion and for skin. Also, helps if you were a tea belly before pregnancy like me! :)

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  22. Always keep ginger close at hand in the early days

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  23. lots of water lots of sleep and comfy shoes

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  24. Embrace your body! You are creating a miracle!

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  25. drink lots of water and moisturise your skin well

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  26. Go and visit a department store beauty counter for advice on what products to use, hormonal changes mean your usual products might not be what your skin needs :-)

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  27. Definitely drink lots of water, will help stop fluid retention and swollen ankles too :-)

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  28. Lots of water and eat sensibly and healthily

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  29. Try and rest as much as possible, i overdid things and suffered

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  30. Drink plenty of water

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  31. charlotte bendon11 March 2013 at 15:21

    lots of rest and healthy food

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  32. Rest as much as you can, sleep and eat well.

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  33. Moisturise, Drink plenty of water, east healthily and rest x

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  34. Sleep, rest and eat healthily.

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  35. Rest as much as possible while you can!

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  36. lots of rest,green veg and all over body moisturising. also a cooling eye mask every other night...great for bags

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  37. Keep your skin well moisturised. Not only does it help with itching but also with stretch marks :)

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  38. Take time out for yourself to relax.

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  39. drink plenty of water and eat more fruit and veg than normal....it does wonders for your skin

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  40. Eat ginger biscuits to help with sickness

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  41. kayleigh dudley12 March 2013 at 12:09

    drink plenty of water!

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  42. Eat healthily

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  43. I used lots of Bio-Oil on my tummy

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  44. Drink as much fluid as possible

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  45. drink plenty of water

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