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Professor Scrubbigton’s Fab Giveaway!

Once in a while, I get to work with a brand I really love, not only for their products but also for their ethic! Professor Scrubbington ticks, hands down, all the boxes for me as a brand. Their luscious products are designed with the children who use them in mind (and make them smell divine, too!). Their professionalism is exemplary. Their prices are more than reasonable. And their branding is so much fun, it makes children want to scrub up, for real! But on top of everything, they do things that make my heart beat. They are mindful not only of the environment and their little customers’ skin. They have also been aware of the humanitarian crisis taking place in Europe this year and  they have been donating discreetly yet generously, “to preserve the dignity of the young people of Syria”, as they put it so beautifully on their Instagram page. So, what are Professor Scrubbington’s magical concoctions? The full emporium kit is comprised of five items (each priced at £5), which can also be …

Father’s Day Gifts with a difference and giveaway

Sunday the 21st of June will mark Father’s Day here in the UK. If you have a fussy husband as I do, who is not content with the easy and practical gift of a set of boxers, booze or a hearty meal, then you may want to consider these three alternatives as possible gifts. Hello Hungry liquid meals in a box. I was sent the three versions of Hello Hungry to sample and review a few weeks back. It was during the very stressful month of May (I wrote about in my previous post) and I was feeling rotten with repeated throat infections and colds. I used the drinks not as lunches but as mid-morning snacks. Very handy and packed with healthy stuff your body needs “for survival in the office(or in my case, school) jungle“, the drinks gave my mornings a boost and dare I say, helped my compromised immune system survive the stress? I was not too partial to the tomato and basil version(personal taste, nothing to do with the product) but I …