A few months ago Dove launched its baby range in SA, and you might have seen the rave reviews, gushing tweets and great blog posts. I wrote about the range, as well as the incredible new women's range, and this week, we're giving away a Dove Baby hamper filled with some of the products.
Dove is known for creating stellar campaigns that focus on one's confidence and self esteem (who remembers the beauty sketches, the video that shows how media Photoshops women, and the "Choose Beautiful" campaign with the "Average" and "Beautiful" signs on doors – just Google them if you don't remember).
With the launch of Dove Baby, the message was #TrustYourWay, and it centred on there being no such as a "perfect mom", but only "real moms". Dove is saying that there's no right or wrong way to parent, and that the "right way" is your way, and you should trust it.
The products, catering for different types of "ways", comes in two ranges – Rich Moisture and Sensitive – and both are hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested. Dove says that their products are made with tear-free cleansers, moisturisers that replenish lost moisture, and cleansers that are pH neutral.
In the Rich Moisture range you'll find the Baby Bar, Tip to Toe Wash, shampoo, lotion, petroleum jelly, nappy cream and baby wipes. The Sensitive Moisture range has Tip-to-Toe Wash, lotion and baby wipes.
The products are vailable at Baby City, supermarkets and chemists. Prices are R12.99 for the bar, R38.99 for the wash (200ml), R31.99 for a pack of 50 wipes, R49.99 for the shampoo (200ml), R34.99 for the nappy cream, R48.99 for the moisture lotion and R17.99 for the petroleum jelly (100ml).
To enter to win a hamper
Simply comment below, and your name will go into the draw. The giveaway closes on Friday 13 October 2017 at 9am, after which the winner will be announced on the Rattle and Mum Facebook page, and then emailed.
Please note that this giveaway is open to South African residents only, and that the prize cannot be exchanged for cash or anything else in the Dove range.