Clarins Motherhood Pregnancy Set – Perfect For Pregnancy!

If you’re a mum-to-be or know someone who is, you will love this gorgeous Clarins Motherhood Pregnancy Set!

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Clarins Motherhood Pregnancy Set

Clarins Motherhood Pregnancy Set - skin care for pregnant mothers

The lovely Clarins Motherhood Pregnancy Set!

This set of beautiful skin care products for expectant mums includes some Clarins favourite products:

  • Stretch Mark Minimizer 200ml
  • Tonic Body Treatment Oil 100ml
  • Beauty Flash Balm 15ml
  • Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector No.01 Rose 5ml
  • Plus a lovely “New Beginnings” Guide and Toy Rabbit!

The whole set is valued at $175 and retailing for $115.

If you’re looking for a present to treat an expectant mum, this would be perfect. Or, why not treat yourself with some gorgeous Clarins goodies!

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  1. marika Heuzenroeder
    27th August 2017 / 10:29 pm

    Enjoy the moment.

  2. Lee Marsden
    27th August 2017 / 9:40 pm

    Don’t worry about what other people advise, I don’t know any teenagers that still sleep in their parents bed/use a dummy/carry a security blanket/require a light on at night…..just enjoy!

  3. LG
    27th August 2017 / 8:55 pm

    The speed of time is fleeting; and the longer you live, the more you realize that incredibly precious time of a youngster is best cherished and don’t beat yourself up if things aren’t perfect.

  4. Eva Kiraly
    27th August 2017 / 8:15 pm

    Don’t be a toughie, take the epidural.

  5. Michelle
    26th August 2017 / 10:10 pm

    Ask for help when you need it.

  6. Sapna S
    26th August 2017 / 9:42 pm

    Just focus on surviving each day as it come – it is going to be easy day by day.

  7. Becky Downey
    26th August 2017 / 9:42 pm

    All your cutie needs is cuddles and kisses from you!

  8. May
    25th August 2017 / 2:49 pm

    My pregnancy brain could have sworn I wrote a comment but yeah…that’s pregnancy brain for you.

    My word of advice is to be kind to yourself as new parents. Usually you set your own expectations of yourself so high that you end up disappointing yourself. You are doing a great job so be kind to yourself and let go of some of those expectations.

  9. Mick G
    24th August 2017 / 11:36 am

    Take on board any advice that is offered with good intentions and discard those that are negative and down putting

  10. Melinda Nardella
    23rd August 2017 / 10:41 pm

    Expect the unexpected! You can read every book, listen to lots of other Mothers, but everybody is different, every birth is different, every child is different.

    Love your work Mim!

  11. Marie
    21st August 2017 / 2:00 pm

    Listen to everyone’s advice but do what YOU think is best for your baby.

  12. Indria Purnamasari
    19th August 2017 / 2:47 am

    You sleep when baby sleep,
    Forget about those sweep,
    If you suffer and weep,
    Remember help line that you’ve got to keep.

  13. Erin
    16th August 2017 / 1:49 pm

    Remember always back yourself! No one knows better about your kids than you do, in todays times everyone seems to have an opinion. Listen and take not but always trust your gut!

  14. Ellie
    14th August 2017 / 5:35 pm

    No one knows everything about being a parent, especially in the beginning so don’t be so hard on yourself! It’s all a learning process and it will become easier as time goes on. Just be patient and trust your gut as only you know what’s best for your child. Also enjoy every moment as they grow up very quickly!

  15. Ellie
    14th August 2017 / 5:31 pm

    No one knows everything, especially in the beginning! It’s all a learning process so be patient and don’t be so hard on yourself! You’re doing the best you can and you know what’s right for your child so just go with the flow and enjoy every moment because they grow up very quickly!

  16. Anna Ryan-Punch
    14th August 2017 / 9:42 am

    Don’t worry about what other people tell you, there’s always an equal and opposite opinion about every little thing (and people will tell you their opinions whether you ask for them or not!)

  17. Loz Jordan
    13th August 2017 / 9:03 pm

    Trust your parental instincts! You know your baby best, you know if something is or isn’t working for you. If it doesn’t feel right don’t keep doing it. Ask for advice when you need/want it but ignore it when you don’t.

  18. Kasey Evans
    13th August 2017 / 2:45 pm

    My advice is don’t be afraid to ask for help or support there’s plenty on offer such as your midwife, doctor, family, friends or even online.

  19. Deanna Campbell
    12th August 2017 / 11:30 pm

    Embrace the chaos and accept help wherever it’s offered. You don’t need to be super woman and try and do it all!

  20. Kylie T
    12th August 2017 / 9:31 pm

    Look on the bright side of every day
    Ask for a helping hand along the way
    Learning step by step is all a part
    Of being a parent beloved at heart
    Relish moments & embrace the time
    With little one’s; a nursery rhyme
    Take a breath say ‘I am a great mum’
    Be proud go on – beat your own drum!

  21. Anthea Cornish
    12th August 2017 / 5:32 pm

    common sense is paramount. Also follow your instincts. Something else that has come to mind and may not be thought about is dangling cords. Do not park the cot nearby and also pull them up out of baby’s reach

  22. Cassy McKenna
    12th August 2017 / 3:41 pm

    Just keep swimming, just keep swimming, just keep swimming swimming swimming.

  23. 12th August 2017 / 2:14 pm

    Listen to all the advice that will be given but do what’s right for you

  24. Jade M
    12th August 2017 / 12:16 pm

    Where possible sleep when baby sleeps. We all feel like we are failing if the housework isn’t done at all times but it is more dangerous for ourselves, our family and our baby if we are constantly exhausted and barely functioning trying to ‘do it all’.

  25. Samara McRae
    12th August 2017 / 9:44 am

    Take everyone’s advice with a grain of salt, everyone will want to have their say and think it’s right. Trust your instincts. You will know what is right for your baby.

  26. Rachel K
    12th August 2017 / 1:21 am

    Buy yourself a pair of “stylish” flannelette pajamas and wear them for two weeks after birth to remind your family that you’re still recovering. (And to remind your husband that you’re not back to your bouncy self!)

  27. Jordana
    11th August 2017 / 11:53 pm

    Skip reading the pregnancy and birthing books. Instead read up on age appropriate awake/sleep times, the wonder weeks, and breastfeeding (if you choose to breastfeed). I knew all about hypnobirthing, the phases of labour, and breathing techniques but absolutely nothing about how to make sure my son was properly latched on, how to help him go to sleep, or why he was always on my boob for hours at a time in the early days! I’m hoping number two will be easier since I won’t ber a first time mum anymore so it’s not all a suprise!

  28. Karina Lee
    11th August 2017 / 10:29 pm

    You can’t be a control or neat freak! Throw that out the door, because with children you have to let go and let them be and get used to a messy house!

  29. Sonia Chang
    11th August 2017 / 9:28 pm

    Just enjoying your special moments and do not worrying any advice and comments because you have the best judgement for your family. Be inspired and take time to do things.

  30. 11th August 2017 / 8:05 pm

    Don’t get hung up on reading books and listening to advice on the internet. Take the time to observe your baby and take the time to learn YOUR baby’s cues.

  31. Harry Cornish
    11th August 2017 / 7:33 pm

    Don’t be houseproud. The house work will always be there. Catch up on some me time when bub is sleeping.

  32. Megan
    11th August 2017 / 7:20 pm

    enjoy every single moment-it goes way too quick!

  33. Ariane Bowie
    11th August 2017 / 6:53 pm

    Accept all offers of help, don’t be over proud, so when someone offers to cook or help you shop, please accept it, be grateful and enjoy the help and the company offered by your family or friend

  34. Gayle Vos
    11th August 2017 / 6:06 pm

    Try to sleep when your baby is sleeping as you won’t be able to catch up on any sleep for many years to come, everything else can just wait.

  35. Rita Maguire
    11th August 2017 / 5:48 pm

    Get babies used to noise, let life go on around them as it helps them be better sleepers.

  36. Melissa
    11th August 2017 / 5:22 pm

    It gets easier and easier

  37. Kathy Clark
    11th August 2017 / 5:08 pm

    Capture every moment as they grow up way too fast

  38. andie harrie
    11th August 2017 / 4:12 pm

    Ask for help if you need
    Sleep when you can, its necessity not greed
    follow the books only a guide
    you’ll know what works for you, for inside
    Look after your physical, and emotional health
    positive advice from other mums can be full of informative wealth

  39. Jade O
    11th August 2017 / 2:24 pm

    As everyone else has said, trust your instincts and know that no matter what you are doing your best!

  40. Gabriella
    11th August 2017 / 2:21 pm

    Take a moment when things are going crazy to breathe. Try and enjoy the moments you have when they’re so young as they grow up so quick you won’t believe it.

  41. Charlotte
    11th August 2017 / 2:19 pm

    You don’t always have to buy brand new stuff. Look around on Gumtree and Facebook Marketplace for toys and accessories, a lot are in great shape and far cheaper than buying brand new.

  42. Ryan
    11th August 2017 / 2:16 pm

    Go with your instinct, don’t always listen to what people tell you to do with how to parent.

  43. Jessica Ashbrooke
    11th August 2017 / 1:40 pm

    Not all advice is good advice do what makes you comfortable and don’t be afraid to ask for help

  44. Joanne Cardamone
    11th August 2017 / 12:57 pm

    Listen to your instinct, Trust yourself, You are doing great.

  45. Melissa K
    11th August 2017 / 12:46 pm

    Always trust your Mummy instincts. If somethings not right, get it checked and checked again.

  46. Jodi
    11th August 2017 / 12:44 pm

    You’re going to get so much conflicting information. Try to ignite your mother’s intuition and go with your gut. If you feel something isn’t right, fight to be heard because “mother knows best”.

  47. Kristy winters
    11th August 2017 / 12:41 pm

    My advice to a first time mum is listen to your body and follow the lead of your body dont stress the shoulds.

  48. meedee1
    11th August 2017 / 12:33 pm

    Listen to all advice but only take on what you feel will work for you.

  49. Jerilee Brown
    11th August 2017 / 12:24 pm

    Always trust your instincts, and remember, kids are tough.. You are doing great :)

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