Saturday, 23 November 2013

Giveaway! Olbas Oil & Jakemans Goodies

So it's that time of the year again when we all feel the pinch of winter and start getting sniffles and snuffles. We have all had them in our house, myself included. There is nothing worse than the babies getting poorly - they suffer and of course they can't tell you how they feel so you just feel so helpless. On top of that they don't sleep very well at night so it just makes everything ten times harder.  



Olbas have designed this cool infographic letting us know some statistics on colds and the effect that it has on our sleep..some interesting information.



So that said, I'm really pleased to host such a seasonal giveaway! Fill in the Rafflecopter form below to win 2 bottles of Olbas bath, 2 Jakemans Throat & Chest, and 2 Jakemans Honey & Lemon.


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42 comments:

  1. Love this giveaway, so practical! My tip is to put Vapour rub on the soles of your feet at bedtime & cover with socks, it stops you coughing and helps you sleep - it really does work!

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  2. WifeMumStudentBum23 November 2013 at 15:27

    What a great tip - never heard of that - I'll be trying that tonight. Been full of it all week, just at the tail end of it now. Boooo! :) Good luck with the giveaway! x

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  3. For me a little tot of whisky is the thing (just for me, I might add, not the kids!) ;)

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  4. I think it's one of the best things I've ever learned! Don't be afraid to lather it on and it'll help soften the hard skin too - have a great sleep x

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  5. beechams... and honey and lemon, quilt on sofa and films...

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  6. Big quilt, roaring fire, and hubby to do the chores and look after the kids

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  7. fluffy bed sox and pjs and a throw snuggled up on the settee with the movie channel and a hot chocolate x

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  8. keep warm and have plenty of rest

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  9. Keep your fluid intake up, keep warm and relax :)

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  10. Eat lots of satsumas.

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  11. Eat plenty of veg and fruit

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  12. Get out and get on with it .....it will soon pass!

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  13. Lemon, honey, sugar and hot water

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  14. lots of sleep!

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  15. loads of orange juice and vitamins

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  16. Drink lots of orange juice

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  17. katrina day-reilly24 November 2013 at 10:31

    sleep and plenty of water

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  18. go for a walk

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  19. Plenty of sleep

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  20. Resilence, a lot of walking and water - and some hugs!

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  21. Sleep, if your body needs to recover then let it!!

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  22. Claire GriffithssoontobeAldrid25 November 2013 at 01:22

    sleep and drink lots of fluids

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  23. Facial steaming with olbas oil works wonders

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  24. rub Vicks on your feet before going to bed, it sounds daft but it does work.

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  25. rest where possible but I know it's hard :) so drink lots of vitamin c such as smotthies and orange juice

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  26. well funnily enough ive got a horrid cold now and ive been drinking lots of fresh orange juice, wrapping up warm and getting plenty of rest.

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  27. Honey and lemon (Alexandra Mercer)

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  28. Patricia Edwards5 December 2013 at 09:03

    Lots of vitamin C

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  29. Gillian Hutchison5 December 2013 at 09:46

    take lots of fluids, regular paracetamol and make sure you have plenty of hankies

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  30. Take some vitamin C.

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  31. plenty hot fruit drinks

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  32. Lots of vitamin C and lots of water

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  33. Ask someone to look after the kids for a while so you can get some rest and stay snuggly inside with peace and quiet :)

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  34. eating a raw onion

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  35. Lots of hot lemon and honey drinks :)

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  36. lemsip and keep active

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  37. Karen M Colquhoun6 December 2013 at 14:40

    berocca is a good boost , drinking water. I love jakemans throat lozenges they are great for a cough.

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  38. A bit of pampering ;)

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  39. Lots of liquids and vitamin c x

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