Giveaway: Win A Bepanthen Baby Bundle Including £50 Mothercare Voucher

Although having a baby is unquestionably awesome, there’s no getting around the fact that it can also be hard work, frustrating and expensive. As a relatively newbie parent myself, I know that every little bit of help is appreciated – well, unless it’s unwelcome advice from know-it-all strangers!

I’ve therefore teamed up with nappy rash experts Bepanthen to give you the chance to win a bundle of goodies for your (impending) little one. This bundle consists of:

  • £50 gift card to spend at Mothercare on all things pregnancy and baby-related
  • A 6-month supply of Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment to protect against the causes of nappy rash
  • A cute and cuddly Elliot The Elephant soft toy

Clinically proven and kind to baby skin, Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment gently cares for sensitive skin and protects against he causes of nappy rash – and let’s be honest, considering what I’ve found in some of Toddler L’s nappies over the last two years, baby bums need all of the protection they can get!

In fact, NHS Choices claim that up to a third of babies and toddlers have nappy rash at any one time. It’s hardly surprising when you think about how delicate a baby’s skin is and how long they wear nappies – particularly at night.

Luckily, we’ve not had to deal with too many red and sore bottoms over the last two years. Although, having said that, I did graze mine quite badly playing football the other week. Anyway, I digress.

By regularly changing her nappies, letting her skin breathe, cleaning properly and using a protective ointment like Bepanthen, we’ve avoided a pretty common condition. You can read more nappy changing tips on the Bepanthen website.

So, to be in with the chance of winning the Bepanthen baby bundle, simply login to Rafflecopter below and complete one, or a combination, of the optional entry options. Good luck and happy comping!

 

 

Terms and Conditions

The giveaway is for 1 x baby bundle, consisting of six-months supply of Bepanthen Nappy Care Ointment, a  cuddly toy and a £50 Mothercare voucher. The giveaway closes at 12.00am (GMT) on Sunday 20th November 2016 and is open to UK entrants over the age of 18 years old.

The giveaway can be entered by logging into Rafflecopter and doing one, or a combination, of the following: (1) Leave a blog post comment with your number one tip to help prevent nappy rash, (2) Visit Bepanthen on Facebook, (3) Visit The DADventurer on Facebook, (4) Tweet a message about the giveaway using #Bepanthen, (5) Follow The DADventurer on Twitter, (6) Follow The DADventurer on Instagram, (7) Subscribe to The DADventurer on YouTube and/or (9) Give The DADventurer +K on Klout.

The winner will be selected at random using Rafflecopter and contacted within three days of the giveaway closing. The winner has 28 days to claim their prize and provide their contact details. The prize will be sent to the winner directly from Bepanthen within ten working days of the prize being claimed by the winner. The prize is non-transferable. There is no cash alternative. The giveaway is run by The DADventurer in conjunction with Bepanthen.

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N.B. This is a collaborative post with Bepanthen.

  • SARAH LAMBERT

    Keep the area clean and dry, I’ve always used a barrier cream to protect the skin 🙂

  • Katie Simmonds

    I’m entering this for my nephew… don’t have any babies of my own sadly so I can’t give any tips… sorry!!! X

  • Aaron Broad

    Clean your baby’s bottom using fragrance-free and alcohol-free baby wipes

  • Kayleigh Tear

    I find the best way to avoid nappy rash is to use a barrier cream like it’s going out f fashion. clean well and try fit in daily nappy free time for as long as you’re brave enough to!

  • Tracy K Nixon

    Let you baby kick freely without a nappy on when you can and apply a barrier cream to protect the skin.

  • emma walters

    regular changes and a protection cream esp at night 🙂

  • Julie Ward

    I used to leave my babies nappy free when I could, yes plenty of puddles

  • Kim Styles

    regular changing and a good barrier cream

  • Abigail Edkins

    use cream at night and leave nappy off for periods during the day

  • Amy Fidler

    regular changes x

  • amy p

    nappy off time

  • caroline walliss

    A good quality barrier cream, thanks.x

  • suey1969

    I don’t have any children but would love to win this prize to donate to charity, to go to Romania.

  • debbie

    use cotton wool and water every change till baby’s 1-2 it worked for me xx fab giveaway

  • laura banks

    having time with the nappy off was handy for me as it was summer and warm so in the garden was perfect as any accidents didnt matter

  • Alex

    Change regularly! x

  • Lucy Lucciano

    change regulary and use barrier cream

  • Megan Adams

    Regular nappy changes.

  • Diane Carey

    Put on a thin layer of barrier cream before nappy

  • Farhana

    I found some nappy free time when youre least expecting to be sprayed pee helps.

  • Tracy Hanley

    Change regularly and have some nappy off time

  • Amanda

    As much a nappy free time as possible

  • tracy sinclair

    Change nappies as often as possible and leave nappy off for a while every now and again if you can, baby will love it x

  • Karen Hill

    Some times i think the wipes can aggravate it, so maybe water and cotton wool balls will help, always use cream x

  • Sarah mackay

    Free bum time

  • Carrie-Anne Brown

    change regularly and have nappy free time daily 🙂

  • Christine Lockley

    make sure they stay hydrated with water, nappy free time and use water and cotton wool instead of wipes

  • Olivia Kirby

    Change regularly and clean them thoroughly with water cotton wool.

  • Michelle Clarke

    I keep checking baby so that I change the nappy very quickly with least contact. I always wash and dry baby thoroughy and have a barrier cream on. I also when possible leave the nappy off altogether to let air get to the skin.

  • Alica

    Talc and changing regularly always used to work for me when mine were babies 🙂

  • Andrea

    Regular nappy changing and a good cream.

  • laura stewart

    wipe properly x

  • Nia Dunn

    Lots of nappy free time!

  • MotorAmarth

    Lots of air flow. A nakey baby is a happy baby!

  • kerry locke

    Have a daily nappy free hour!

  • Susie Wilkinson

    Don’t skip the cream when another nappy’s going on, but nappy free time is great!

  • Hannah Rowley

    Change your babies nappy regularly and put cream on every time x

  • debbie1957uk

    Make sure the room is warm and leave baby nappy free for a while

  • Leanne Lunn

    Time nappy free fresh air is amazing, and make sure you use a barrier cream when nappy goes back on

  • Sarah K

    Lots of nappy free time

  • anthony harrington

    fresh air as often as possible, change nappy regularly and always use a cream

  • Fiona B

    Lots of nappy changes and nappy free time as much as possible

  • Claire Sutherland

    Our baby is not due for another 2 weeks so no top tips to offer yet!

  • jennhaden3

    Keeping them nice and dry and changing the nappy often and when needed x

  • Sophie Ade

    Apply a thin layer of cream with each nappy change

  • Alana Walker

    Change the nappies regularly and apply a good barrier cream when needed.

  • chelsey grunshaw

    Regularly apply a layer of cream

  • Ruth Harwood

    give it time to breathe with fresh air and try using sudocrem when wearing a nappy xx

  • abuzer kadaaayif

    change nappy regularly and always use a cream

  • MANDY DOHERTY

    Regular nappy changes and a thin layer of cream every time, nappy free time seems to help too

  • Stacey Carnell

    Lets some air get down there 🙂

  • barbara daniels

    sudocrem is the utimate nappy rash preventer

  • Michelle Ferguson

    Make sure they stay nice and dry

  • Laura Pritchard

    Make sure you change nappies more regularly in hot, sticky weather.

  • Bex Smith

    change nappies as regularly as possible and get some air when possible

  • Bex Allum

    Ensure a minute or so of nappy free time inbetween changes 🙂 not always possible I know when busy out and about but when at home it really helps!

  • Emma Gibson

    Change them regularly.

  • Solange

    Lots of nappy free time.

  • Maggie Drummond

    Plenty time without a nappy 🙂

  • Louise

    Regular changing

  • ftovey7

    Change regularly, wash well, and keep baby dry.

  • Jo Carroll

    At the first sign of it I always apply barrier cream.

  • Regular changes and washes with water.

  • Nicki Simpson

    Be extra vigilant with barrier cream when baby is teething

  • Tasha Hamilton

    Let your little one have nappy free time to breath

  • Jenna Richards

    Regular nappy free time (if you’re feeling brave!)

  • Mikey Board

    Change the nappy regularly

  • JudeVFR400

    As others say, change the nappy often, and keep clean with water. And use a little cream too.

  • sallycollingwood

    Plain old soap and water at every nappy change

  • Jessica Walker

    Change often, allow nappy free time at the first sign of a sore bottom when possible and apply creams, also be gentle when wiping

  • Kat Allinson

    Change nappies often and use a barrier cream

  • Sue Bowden

    Change the nappy regularly and let their little bums have a little bit of air.

  • Stevie

    I agree with many of the comments about giving their bums some time to breathe.

  • Victoria_CosmeticCravings

    allow for some nappy-free time every day

  • Diana

    Use barrier cream

  • Matthew Warman

    Lots of nappy free time

  • Clare Hubbard

    Change nappies regularly and at any sign of nappy rash put barrier cream on

  • Diane Waugh

    Nappy free time

  • Lot’s of nappy free time!

  • amy bondoc

    nappy free time, and my mother in law said canomile tea cold on a cotton pad, its actually great!

  • ✰★ღ Kayleigh ✰★ღ

    Nappy free time and lots of it!

  • Gosia

    Regular nappy changing but also regularly clean with cotton wool and soap to neutralise any acidity

  • Natalie Osborne Thomason

    Sudocrem

  • Fran Lauder

    Lots of air (no nappy) and we have only every used bepanthen, always worked a treat 🙂

  • clairdownham

    nappy free time and lots of cream

  • Kirsten Barthy

    Give the skin some air time (leave them on a towel or similar for a while without a nappy)

  • Shelley Jessup

    Making sure that the skin is dry from water/wetness/wipes

  • Lisa Wilkinson

    Lots of nappy free time and some good nappy cream for outbreaks

  • Mhairi Macvicar

    Nappy free time and water wipes

  • Stacy Sorrell

    People used to laugh at me as i would be really obsessive about changing my little ones nappy ‘too much’ i dont think there is a too much lol, i gave her lots of nappy free time when she was a bit older and used sensitive wipes. Baby no 2 is due in the next 6 weeks (yes…. Christmas baby for us) this Bepanthen hamper would come in very handy. x

  • Amy Harding

    Lots of fresh air, let those baby bums free! Also use fragrance free/nasty free everything, in the bath! 🙂

  • Kirsty Hosty

    I use Aldi baby sensitive wipes and lots of nappy free time so no problems

  • Jen Morgan

    After wiping make sure bum is as dry as possible. Also as much nappy off time as possible x

  • Bernadette Blundell

    plenty of nappy free time

  • Jenna Kate Parrington

    Let them be nappy free between changes and let their skin breathe.

  • Wendy Smith

    Use barrier cream and change nappies regularly

  • Kimberley Ryan

    Nappy free time helps so much

  • Rebecca Howells

    Regular baths and changing.

  • Gemma Hendry

    change regularly use bepanthen and keep bottom fresh with loads of lovely washes

  • L tabstar

    Use the cream at every nappy change. Don’t wait for the irritation to start.

  • Laura Corrall

    rather than using baby wipes use toilet paper (gentle patting), helps keep that little bottom dry. Then put on some barrier cream.

  • Dawn123dee

    Baby talc to keep baby dry

  • Lilly Anne Shayn

    Always use barrier cream and air out as much as possible 🙂 change nappies often is a given xx

  • jennifer

    Lots of nappy free time helps my daughter a lot

  • Ddpunk

    Time out of a nappy helps my little one.

  • Vicky-Louise Robinson

    Wash the area carefully to wash off any acidic urine which will sting and feel sore on raw skin. Baby wipes can sting too and a bath in warm water can be very soothing to a baby with a sore bottom. Dry carefully and then use a suitable nappy rash cream like Bepanthen before putting the nappy back on. Do frequent changes and keep a good eye on it to check it’s healing up well.

  • Jane Middleton

    change regularly and wash baby’s skin

  • Donna Large

    change regularly

  • Chloe Jane

    Dry well and lots of air time

  • Ellie Spider

    change regularly and have some nappy free time to air the skin

  • Paula Cheadle

    Always use barrier cream and time out of nappy as much as possible, change nappies often

  • Karl Borowy

    coconut oil

  • Catherine Pawsey

    Lots of bare bum time

    😍 🎅 ⛄

  • Martin Rowley

    Change often and don’t use any perfumed bath products.

  • Sallyanne Metcalfe

    Use water to clean bums instead of perfumed wipes

  • Jo McPherson

    Leaving nappy off when possible, plus sudocrem is great

  • Jessica Cook

    change baby regalarly and use sudocrem everymorning and night

  • Anni Ezmerelda Large

    Prevention is better than cure so use Bepanthen at every nappy change.

  • CLAIRE

    I use talc every morning and every day after a bath use bepanthen if gets bad

  • Lorraine Stone

    Keeping baby clean and dry by changing her nappy frequently ~

  • talc or sudo creme

  • Pauline Black

    Use sudocrem and change regularly. Don’t use perfumed products.

  • MrRichTea

    Nappy off time, fresh air

  • Allan Fullarton

    Sudocream and regular nappy changes.

  • Stacey Leigh

    I use sudocrem also regular nappy changes and have a bit of nappy off time 🙂 on there mat of course lol

  • Rebecca Lis

    Always allow some nappy free time during the day to allow air flow 🙂

  • Keith Dixon

    Lots of baths!

  • Laura Harrison

    Lots of nappy changes, sudocrem and nappy free time xx

  • Laura Trevelyan

    Sudocrem. We call it magic cream

  • Unperfumed wipes and cream.
    (Samantha Fernley)

  • Cathy Overgage

    Another fan of nappy off time a nice kicking session for baby and time for you to relax just armed with lots of kitchen towel!

  • Kerry Brown

    Always use a barrier cream and lots of nappy free time

  • Hayley Todd

    Changing nappies regularly is vital along with using a really good barrier cream. I also like allowing my little girl to have a good old kick around without her nappy on.

  • Sam Bresnahan

    Nappy rash can appear any time, especially if prone to dry skin or eczema. Using a gentle cleanser helps, moisturising the area and allowing to dry fully. Barrier creams can be too much, so a good natural moisturiser is key for prevention.

  • Catherine Gregory

    Using sensitive and fragrance free items only

  • Gemma Middleton

    Using items for sensitive skin and regularly changing nappies. Also give small children and babies time to roll around without nappies on.

  • LadyChelington

    My little one is suffering at the moment. I’ve found it helpful to let her run around a bit without a nappy on often and use cotton wool and water instead of wipes.

  • Kirsty Woods

    Regularly change nappies and use a barrier cream

  • pauline duffy

    Bepanthen cream works wonders on my 6 month old. I also find having the nappy free time and changing his bum regularly does wonders too 🙂

  • Nancy Bradford

    My mum used to always tell me to let the baby have “open air” time without a nappy on a bit each day.

  • Jess Howliston

    I always find that plenty of nappy free time in between nappy free time helps prevent nappy rash and irritation!

  • Jojo

    Change nappies regularly in the night

  • supastar1501

    Regular nappy changes and Water wipes 🙂 Fab giveaway, thank you x

  • Rebecca Phillips

    I made sure I changed regularly so they weren’t sitting in a wet nappy for long and swore by barrier creams! My two have never had nappy rashes!

  • Sheila Reeves

    Try and have some nappy-free time each day, they love kicking their legs around like this too – just make sure lots of towels around!

  • Pauline Jaconelli

    Changing nappies regularly and lots of bepanthan cream

  • Hayley Colburn

    aside from regular changing, dry their butt thoroughly after changing lol and use a barrier cream, especially when teething as it was the worst time with my other 2