With so many electronic ways of getting mail now a day, getting a snail mail package is makes me giggle and jump up and down with excitement. This is how I felt when I got my Gembox from the fantastic company called Gemgem.
“Now what is a Gembox “, you may be thinking and it is a really inexpensive but clever idea! You can choose a subscription to suit your pocket and can choose between a box for Toddlers or Pregnancy. Once a month you get a pretty box filled with samples of fab products and samples of different brands to test and use so that you save money in the long run by trying before you buy!
I got the pregnancy box to test and I can honestly say that they it was filled with all sorts of things! From a magazine to baby hat, massage oil, a bottle of Purity, organic bum cream and so many more things! The nice thing was that there were also some things in there for me like creams for my hands and stretch marks. It shows that Gemgem thinks of the mommies and not only the little ones. Another great feature is that they work with some of the well-known brands in the industry so you can be assured that they products that you get are of good quality and well worth it! Some boxes even get vouchers in! The products in the boxes change from month to month so you will always get something different!
The Gembox is also a great idea for gifts and with Christmas coming up, you can’t go wrong! You can order from their website!
We are having a competition with Gemgem so that one lucky winner can win a 3 month subscription to the Gembox! You will get it delivered right to your door!
To enter: go over to their Facebook , like them and say Baby Bugs ‘n Berries sent you! You can also leave a comment below on the blog and on our Baby Bugs ‘n Berries page if you already like both pages (leaving a comment is also a bonus point 😉 especially if on blog and Facebook!!) Refer a friend to both pages (tell ’em to say you sent them) and get an extra entry in to the giveaway! For a Bonus entry follow Gemgem on Twitter
Competition closes on 30 November 2012 and is only open to South African residents!Pin It