Thursday, 26 November 2015

My Weekend out

Over the weekend a friend and I headed out, she hadnt been well so we scrapped our BINGO date and headed to the local pub.

When we arrived it was busy and the football was on, great! So we ordered some food. I had cod and chips with peas and she had a hunters chicken. We both then went on for pudding and I had choc fudge cake with ice cream, and my friend a millionaires chocolate cake with cream. All very tasty.

After we had eaten and the football had ended and the flocks of men had left the pub, we decided to head to another pub as we new it didnt have the loud tvs.

We walked to the other pub, and grabbed a drink and seeing as we where both still peckish had a little nibble. I had the Potato skins and a small mini lemon eatton mess.

Its not very often i drink, as i dont have vaild id , even tho im now 28 i still get Id'd for scratch cards and films.. However i really splashed out this weekend with wine, and cocktails!!

Incase your wondering thats my sparkly pink ASOS bag, i stumbled upon in a charity show for £1.50 :)

Testing out the YOUCAM MAKE UP APP

I saw on facebook a few off my friends trying out the You Cam make up app on the play store, so I thought i would try it out.

The You cam make up app, allows you to add make up and hair to your photo to create a new look.

I enjoyed playing with the make up looks, however i often found the hair styles didnt work well for me, or the hair colours.

I was also a little disappointed with the hair accessories and jewellery. However i created a few looks.

This app would be great if you look like crap and just want to add some make up to look better and send it or post to facebook.

For the make up side id rate this app  5/5 

Wednesday, 25 November 2015

#savechristmas Sudocrem competition

 For over 80 years Sudocrem has been mum’s trusted, go-to brand to help soothe, heal and protect her whole family from all of life’s little dramas. It’s simple, effective ingredients have made it a versatile stalwart of every home and the brand you can always turn to when you need it. 

Sudocrem Care & Protect - *Winner of the nappy cream category. Survey 10,175 people by TNS.

An innovative new nappy rash product from Sudocrem – its first in over 80 years – can help.

Sudocrem Care & Protect is a nappy rash ointment, designed specifically for babies that offers

TRIPLE PROTECTION against the causes of nappy rash by:

1. Creating a protective barrier that seals in the skin’s natural moisture and protects even the most delicate skin against external irritants.

2. Conditioning the skin - Vitamin E and Pro Vitamin B5 helps to protect the skin and keep it soft, healthy and moisturised. Pro Vitamin B5 has been shown to act as an anti-inflammatory on skin, and acts both as a moisturiser and an aid to stimulate the skin’s natural healing processes.

3. Guarding against infection- As well as sealing in the good stuff, Sudocrem Care & Protect acts as a barrier to protect delicate skin from the bad stuff, like the chemicals in urine and poo, and from chafing and rubbing.

Clever packaging means that Sudocrem’s Care & Protect is ultra-handy for multi-tasking mums. A hinged flip-top gives quick, mess-free access to the ointment using just one hand, with no stray screw-caps tempting baby fingers to play with what they shouldn’t. And no searching for dropped caps in nappies, rugs and blankets.

RRP for 30g tube - £3.99, 40g tube - £4.99, 50g tube - £5.99. Available in all good supermarkets,

Boots, Superdrug and independent pharmacies from June 2013.

Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream 

The original cream in the iconic grey pot. Used by millions of mums, dads and healthcare

professionals, to treat the sore skin caused by nappy rash. It’s the brand trusted to go into every new

mother’s Bounty pack on leaving hospital. It can also be used to treat cuts and grazes, eczema,

sunburn, minor burns, acne and bedsores

For the treatment of nappy rash. Always read the label.

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 Sudocrem currently have a game you can play online , The Nappy Rash Gremlins are coming and it is up to Sudocrem fans to #SaveChristmas, in return for some spectacular prizes!

In a mobile friendly, fun game, users have to tackle the Nappy Rash Gremlins who are coming to ruin Christmas. Parachuting from the sky, the Gremlins are looking to get down chimneys and put a stop to the Christmas spirit. Prizes include Amazon Kindle Fires and Amazon vouchers, plus prizes from Miffy, Milton, Aquabeads and many, many more.

There are also thousands of exclusive discount vouchers to be won throughout the game. So what are you waiting for? Break those parachutes to save the day and earn prizes!

To find out what’s in the nappy, all entrants have to do is:

1. Find Sudocrem on Facebook ( and “Like” the page

2. Click on the ‘Save Christmas’ app

3. Beat the Nappy Rash Gremlins and avoid the presents to earn points

4. If a user scores 40 points in the 60 second time limit, users will have the chance

to win an instant prize

5. Entrants can play every day and earn extra goes too!

Click here to go to Sudocreams website

Infacol facebook challenge - win prizes

The Infacol Challenge asks users to navigate their way through two infant colic related games. The first is the tricky dropper challenge, which tasks players to use the dropper to hit 9 targets 

The second game is a frantic bubble buster game, where users must tap the bubbles in the virtual baby’s tummy before the timer is up. Only those who complete the challenge in the set time will have a chance of winning.
Prizes include the Phil & Teds Ultimate Baby Bundle, worth well over £700 and £100s worth of Venture Studio vouchers. 

Sunday, 15 November 2015

Dear Santa Our Debnhams wishlist is -

Debnhams are running a amazing Christmas Blogger competition which you can view here 

As like all children leo is going crazy about christmas, and has a nice huge list of items he wants from santa, along with a PS4 and a game which for the life of me i can not find. So heading to the Debnhams site, i asked him to pick some items he would like, here is what he wants.