Giveaway: Win Dentinox prize bundles

Back when Max was a tiny tot, we used a lot of Dentinox eye wipes with great success, so when I found out we were expecting Eliza I restocked my baby medicine cabinet with a few Dentinox products. It is a brand we know and trust, and we have used the teething gel and infant colic drops regularly over the last few months. If you are expecting a baby, or have just welcomed a new bundle of joy, here is my must have Dentinox medicine cabinet for the first year:

Dentinox Medicine Dispenser: Designed by a doctor, the Dentinox Medicine Dispenser is the simple, soothing way to give a pre-measured dose of medicine to a baby aged three months and upwards. Your baby can passively suck the medicine through the orthodontic silicone teat or you can deliver the full content of the medicine chamber simply and quickly using the unique plunger. £6.99 

Dentinox Eye Wipes: Suitable to use from birth and containing a sterile saline solution, Dentinox Eye Wipes are designed to gently cleanse a baby’s eyelids and lashes, safely removing sticky residue and refreshing a little one’s eyes. Great to use when out and about too. Dentinox Eye Wipes are not a medicine. £3.49 

Dentinox Infant Colic Drops: Containing Dill oil, Dentinox Infant Colic Drops are suitable from birth and come with a handy syringe for easy application. The drops can also be added to your baby’s bottle to help relieve their discomfort, providing effective relief for those trying, colic episodes. (Contains activated Dimeticone). Always read the label. £2.96 

Dentinox Teething Gel: Suitable to use from birth, this soothing gel, which can be applied every 20 minutes if necessary, gets to work swiftly, providing effective pain relief. It’s sugar free and contains an antiseptic. (Contains Lidocaine Hydrochloride and Cetylpridinium Chloride). Always read the label. £2.39 

Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo: Suitable to use from birth and mild enough to use as an everyday shampoo once the cradle cap has cleared up. Dentinox Cradle Cap Treatment Shampoo can help maintain a healthy scalp and hair. (Contains Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulpho-Succinate and Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulphate). Always read the label. £2.59

Dentinox range

The range is available from Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Superdrug and Boots.

One of my favourite products is the Dentinox medicine dispenser – such a clever piece of kit that makes your life as a parent just that little bit easier: 

There is nothing worse than seeing your little one feeling under the weather, and so anything that makes getting medicine into them a bit less stressful is a winner in my book! Just like the Eye Wipes and the Teething Gel, the Medicine Dispenser is great for on the go, and can easily be popped into the changing bag for days out.

I have teamed up with Dentinox to offer 5 lucky readers the chance to win a prize bundle, containing Dentinox Eye Wipes and a Dentinox Medicine Dispenser


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Terms and conditions. Open to UK residents, giveaway ends 8/4/16. Winners will be randomly selected from all correctly completed entries and contacted by email. Winners should claim their prize within 10 days or it may be redrawn. Prizes supplied directly from Dentinox. More competitions at ThePrizeFinder 



  1. Nichole F
    March 18, 2016 / 11:29 am

    lots of cuddles with mummy.

  2. donna hale
    March 18, 2016 / 11:31 am

    lots of cuddles and plenty of fluids

  3. Sadiyya maryam
    March 18, 2016 / 11:34 am

    Lots of cuddles and cartoons on the sofa. Many thanks for running this lovely and useful giveaway. My nephew is really struggling with his teething.

  4. Jo Hutchinson
    March 18, 2016 / 11:49 am

    lots of fluids and cuddles.

  5. aaron broad
    March 18, 2016 / 11:50 am

    something nice to eat and lots of sleep if possible

  6. Kevin Honey
    March 18, 2016 / 12:54 pm

    Try and distract them.

  7. Emma walters
    March 18, 2016 / 1:11 pm

    lots of cuddles and distraction – siblings pulling funny faces works every time

  8. harriet
    March 18, 2016 / 1:18 pm

    Soft music

  9. Elizabeth Martinez
    March 18, 2016 / 1:31 pm

    love and patience!

  10. lynn heath
    March 18, 2016 / 7:24 pm

    Lots of love and cuddles, try to keep them sipping water so they keep rehydrated!

  11. Margaret Gallagher
    March 18, 2016 / 10:22 pm

    Walking around soothing song or lullabies
    And cuddle until I find out what’s wrong
    All else fails ring a friend

  12. Rachel Craig
    March 18, 2016 / 11:37 pm

    I think like all parents and Carers :- We like to try to keep the children safe by attending First Aid course, reading books, sharing information with others etc. As we learn from experience, yet want to be prepared so need to seek out information.

    Soothing the children when ill, usually takes us knowing it is nothing serious. As if anxious it is impossible to soothe another. Often cuddles, a kiss and a cool drink can help. On occasions a child’s dose of medication may be needed.

  13. Amanda
    March 19, 2016 / 4:08 am

    Lots of cuddles and (safe) co-sleeping

  14. Emma Ferguson
    March 19, 2016 / 9:08 am

    Cuddles and play

  15. laura stewart
    March 19, 2016 / 1:17 pm

    cal-pol, ice lolly and cartoons on tv

  16. Lara Latchem
    March 19, 2016 / 7:20 pm

    Cuddles watching TV

  17. Rena Plumridge
    March 20, 2016 / 8:02 am

    Lots of TLC and reassurance

  18. Heather Shaw
    March 20, 2016 / 8:12 am

    Slowly rub their back while rocking back and forward

  19. Ruth Harwood
    March 20, 2016 / 10:07 am

    loads of sleep and cuddles xx

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