COMPETITION: Win A MiniMoose Organics Newborn Bundle
Here at Editor’s Beauty w’re excited announce that we have teamed up with sustainable baby & kids goods brand MiniMoose Organics to giveaway an exclusively made ‘Newborn Bundle’ for one lucky mama-to-be or new mummy!
Made from 100% GOTS-certified organic cotton, (even their tags, labels and packaging are made with organic and recycled material!) MiniMoose is dedicated to producing clothing that is not only stylish and sustainable, but affordable. Hand-select all of their fabrics to ensure all their clothing incredibly soft and comfy for your baby's sensitive skin, it’s no wonder MiniMoose is becoming a firm favourite for mums in the know.
The MiniMoose X Editor’s Beauty ‘Newborn Bundle’ includes ALL ORGANIC:
Long Sleeve Onesie
Short Sleeve Onesie
Cloth Diaper (Nappy)
Set of 3 Bibs
Set of 2 Socks
For a chance to win, all you have to do is:
Head over to the @editorsbeauty Instagram page.
Follow @editorsbeauty & @minimooseorganics.
Like our post .
Tag a friend in the comments that would love to win this too.
For an extra entry do the same on @minimooseorganics post!
Be sure to follow through with each step & Keep your eyes peeled as winners will be announced on 22nd January at 3pm BST.
Good Luck mamas!
Competition ends on Monday 21st January at 3pm BST.
For further information on MiniMoose or to shop the collection visit shopminimoose.com
Here at Editor’s Beauty w’re excited announce that we have teamed up with sustainable baby & kids goods brand MiniMoose Organics to giveaway an exclusively made ‘Newborn Bundle’!
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