Win £250 of vouchers with Asda Little Angels

by Joshua Calton-Weekes |
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You’ve made it through the first month of the year and come out the other side. If you’ve participated in ‘Dry January’ or ‘Veganuary’ then congratulations – you deserve a pat on the back, and our friends over at ASDA are on hand to provide a welcome treat.

They’re giving one lucky Mother & Baby reader the chance to win £250 worth of vouchers to spend at ASDA.

Along with this you will win 3 packs of ASDA Little Angels Newborn or Comfort & Protect Nappies featuring SmartFlo™ absorbency.

Parents want the best for their babies and when it comes to nappies – safety, security and protection are all vital. Little Angels nappies are super soft against delicate skin and Little Angels are the first supermarket own-label nappy brand to be accredited by the Skin Health Alliance, so you know your baby’s skin is protected. Innovative SmartFlo™ absorbency helps evenly distribute wetness for comfort and absorbs moisture quickly to keep your little one dry, and a secure flexi-fit waistband and gently elasticated leg cuffs ensure that messes are contained safely within the nappy.

A simple size-up guide helps you to see when it’s time for the next size up, ensuring your baby has the best possible fit (and importantly to help prevent leaks!). And with a Jumbo Pack of Little Angels Size 1 Newborn Nappies coming in at just 3.6p per nappy, they care for your purse strings too!

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