The big blogiversary giveaway: day twenty six
Although Mummy Fever has been around for quite a while now, it is a year since the new look blog emerged and things really moved on. As a result of this we are only really celebrating the first anniversary of this side of Mummy Fever.
As part of this celebration we are bringing you lovely readers a month of giveaways. Each day during March we will be launching a new giveaway and on the final day of the month there will be a bumper list of prizes on offer for one lucky winner.
Each giveaway will run for two weeks so you will have plenty of time to enter.
There are some great brands taking part and these are some of our favourites, so we hope you enjoy the prizes.
Good luck from all of us!
Today we are giving you the chance to win a bottle of NatraSan, a parental secret weapon!
The British springtime brings to mind farmyard visits to see new born lambs and chicks. With the popularity of children’s farms on the rise, spring isn’t complete for a toddler without a trip to see the tractors and animals.
Toddlers are renowned for wanting to touch everything and always seem to have fingers in their mouths. A farm visit is a wonderful and educational experience for children but it is important to ensure little hands are kept clean by following basic hygiene rules to avoid picking up germs and bacteria from the animals.
Fay Watt, Managing Director of first aid and healthcare specialists NatraSan, offers parents helpful top tips to keeping inquisitive hands germ-free at a farm visit:
Keep a close eye on kids and animals: Children will quite happily feed a salivating lamb and straight away put their fingers in their own mouths, even if you’ve told them not to! Pay close attention when feeding animals and give hands a good spritz of NatraSan when the need arises.
Pack an effective disinfectant: Packing a safe disinfectant that has the ability to sanitise a number of different surfaces is vital to keep your family clean at farms. NatraSan First Aid spray kills 99.9999% of germs – great for picnic benches.
Always wash with soap and water: As well as having a handy bottle of NatraSan with you, it is wise to ensure everyone washes hands with warm soap and water after petting or feeding the animals and again before eating.
Spritz hands regularly: There will always be the risk that someone doesn’t clean their hands properly with soap and water, and then touches items in the play or eating areas, for example, thus spreading bacteria. Using the versatile NatraSan spray will help to reduce the spread of any germs.
Don’t forget about your mouth: Little fingers are always going in mouths and this is a common way for germs to be spread. Always clean little hands regularly just in case your child touches an animal and then sucks their thumb, for example.
Available at www.natrasanuk.com
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