And then it goes tshhhhhhh and all the snot comes out! – JD, 4
Several months go, I was sent a Stérimar Baby natural seawater base nasal spray for review, which I duly stored in the cupboard ready for when Little Miss J faced her first cold.
With JD regularly attending that little germ factory we call preschool, it wasn’t long before he brought home a nice fresh cold and Little Miss J became all red eyes and snotty nose. It’s heart breaking seeing a baby not able to feed properly and Stérimar Baby did the job of clearing her nose brilliantly – you can read my full review here.
Fast forward a few months and we’ve used Stérimar regularly – it not only clears her nasal passages, it keeps them clean and stops the infection getting as nasty as it otherwise might. And a big bonus is that it’s totally natural, so you can use it as much as you like without fear of overdose.
I’m a Sterimar Baby Mummy Ambassador
I use the adult version for myself and have raved about it at nursery and baby group, so when Stérimar asked me to work with them as an ambassador, sharing the benefits of the nasal spray with other mums, I was happy to go ahead.
One of the main things I’ll be doing as an ambassador is spending time on the new Stérimar Baby Facebook Page with experts and other mums, talking through our experiences and sharing thoughts on all things parenting related.
A chance to win £500
To kick off the launch of the new Facebook page, Stérimar Baby is running a ‘Cutest Little Nose’ photo competition.
To enter, visit the Stérimar Baby Facebook Page, click on the Cutest Little Nose app and submit a photo of your little one being super cute – I know, I know, how are you going to choose one photo?
You’ve got until 20th June 2012, after which, the cutest photo (as judged by Stérimar) will be chosen as the winner and the ‘most creative’ photo will win a runner up prize of Stérimar Baby products. Good luck!
Disclosure: I have received a fee for working with Sterimar as an Mummy Ambassador. As always, all content is 100% honest and in my own words.