Win a year’s supply of laundry care with Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure 12

Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure have launched a fab new tool in conjunction with British Skincare Foundation and a leading paediatric dermatologist.  All you have to do is simply tick the multiple choice answers to their six questions, click submit and you are provided with some free expert skincare advice tailored specifically to you and your baby or child.

To support the launch of this new tool, Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure are giving one lucky reader of The Mad House the chance to win a year’s supply of laundry care! Both Persil Non-Bio Bio and Comfort Pure have skincare research recognised by the British Skin Foundation, and leave clothes kind and gentle on your skin. For one whole year you’ll be guaranteed that your family’s wardrobe is soft and cuddle-proofed.

If you fancy winning a year’s supply of Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure all you have to do is share a little bit of your wisdom with me.  Leave me a comment with your top skin care tip for mums-to-be or babies.  This could be a tip you’ve learned from experience or some advice you’ve been given from family or friends.  It doesn’t matter where this tip comes from.

Terms and Conditions:

  • This competition will run from the 21 October to noon on the 4th November 2011
  • The winner will be chosen at random and announced on this page on 4  November 2011
  • Competition is open to residents of the UK and NI only
  • Prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative is available

12 thoughts on “Win a year’s supply of laundry care with Persil Non-Bio and Comfort Pure

  • PippaD @ A Mothers Ramblings

    When Tops was born I went on a Baby Massage course, it was fantastic and helped us bond and helped a few dry patches in her skin to clear up. I used the skills I had learnt with BB and so I think that a Baby Massage course for soft skin is my tip!

  • Cara

    Contrary to what your Mother in Law, friends, family or postman may advise, a baby doesn’t need a bath every night. Baby skin is too sensitive to bath products at the newborn stage & they really can go a few days in-between baths as they aren’t digging in the garden – yet.

  • Liz Burton

    When DD was born she was 10 days overdue and had typical ‘overcooked’ skin! We used olive oil applied on cotton wool to get rid of all her dry skin.

  • Vanessa

    While you’re pregnant, make sure to rub your tummy and sides everyday with something moisturising (it doesn’t have to be fancy or expensive!) = and avoid awful stretch marks!!

  • Super Amazing Mum

    Waitrose Bottom Butter costs less than £2 but is a wonder cream. It is meant for babies bottoms but is also a great anti ageing cream for us mums! I go through pots of the stuff as is great for chapped skin/lips, dry hands and of course for babies bottoms!

    It is also totally natural so no nasties…..

    Another great tip is to moisturise when your/your babies skin is still damp as this locks in moisture!

  • Kara Guppy

    Baby massage is great for bonding with baby and adding a drop of Lavender oil to Grapeseed oil not only keeps the skin lovely and soft, but helps little one to sleep too!

  • Jenny

    I used olive oil on my son’s skin when he was a newborn. It massaged in really well and gave him beautiful skin. I will be doing this with my next child (due next month!) – no fancy lotions for us!

  • Katherine Aitken

    My top tip is to not bather your baby every night. The advise has changed from having my first to my fifth. With my fifth the advice is only to bather once a week, and I must say that it worked. The first had very poor skin, and the fifth beautiful skin. Only bathe when needed, and only use warm water. NO detergents!

  • Kate Cunningham

    Baby’s aren’t getting very dirty. Wash with pure water only for the first few months.

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