This months theme is ‘Nest’ which is something I have been doing lots of, as you may have noticed from previous blog posts! I am definitely (almost!) ready for this baby, and have been clearing and cleaning out our home like a woman possessed! I need to buy shares in a bin-bag company I think!
The 2 most obvious tools included in the box to help a nesting mama are the Spontex sponges and Pampered Chef microfibre towel, although I am debating taking that to hospital with me to dry my hair with! In its more traditional use it’s perfect for mopping up spills, cleaning tiles and lino and good for cleaning glass and mirrors without streaking.
The Method hand wash smells divine, and arrived at a perfect time as the soap in our en-suite ran out the same day. I’m going to keep an eye out for other ‘flavours’ too as a little goes a long way and it doesn’t leave you with dry hands.
I’ve not used the Weleda Calendula baby lotion yet but had a little try on myself and it’s a nice not too greasy formula which I prefer, slippery babies are not easy to keep hold of! It’s also free from synthetic preservatives, fragrances and colourants too which is a bonus.
The No-Germs hand sanitiser is an alcohol free version, so keeps working even after it’s dry (unlike ones with alcohol, I didn’t realise that!) and kills MRSA, Swin flu and other things. Definitely going to take that in my hospital bag, and then transfer it to my changing bag afterwards!
Lastly there is a sample size Naif body lotion, a brand I’d not come across before. I have added it to my collection of mini toiletries for nights away and holidays.
I am lucky enough to be reviewing a Project B box each month throughout my pregnancy in order to give an honest review.