Whilst pregnant I was lucky enough to have been signed up to receive a monthly pamper box courtesy of Project B. These fabulous boxes can begin from your 12th week of pregnancy. The boxes are beautifully packaged and delivered by courier at the beginning of each month, and each box is full of products to compliment and pamper you during each unique stage of your pregnancy and cleverly endorsed by all the right companies for mums to be.
And it wasn’t just the glorious products that got me excited each month, it’s was also the thoughtful extras that also came in the package, like a frame for your first scan picture and a sample of Pukka teas, caffeine free, obviously!
The contents are very luxurious and I’ve enjoyed trying out the Maternelle Bath Soak and not sharing the Divine chocolate with ANYONE! Not only do you receive carefully picked products to trial but each month also has a little sponsored extra. I was also impressed with the information provided in each box, packed with nutritional advice, recipes and advice on what to expect.
Project B also celebrated their 1st birthday whilst I was receiving the boxes and they celebrated by sending everyone a bottle of Weleda body lotion, beautifully wrapped in birthday tissue paper. I let Dexter open that one and boy was he disappointed! I took the lotion on holiday with us and the citrus fragrance was a much nicer aroma than the normal after sun creams we use. And the OH is STILL pinching it, thinking that I haven’t noticed!
I digress! Back to the boxes…..
I think the boxes are a fabulous gift for any new mum to be, in fact a perfect gift from the baby daddy (or mummy!) You can subscribe each month or buy as a one-off, what better way is there to remind the expectant woman in your life that you care? Sign up and let Project B do the leg work each month. Go on, go!!! Sign. Now. Do it!
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Mummy over and out
Disclaimer: I was subscribed to the Project-B boxes each month to review and share my opinions about on my blog. Everything written above is my own rambling thoughts.