We are giving away 5 x Cetaphil product hampers that are jam packed with goodies!

While as mums it’s our priority to look after our gorgeous little creations, we also need some pampering ourselves. Which is why we are delighted to be giving away these special (not so little) hampers, which are jam-packed with goodies for both mum and bub.

Cetaphil Baby is specially formulated for healthy baby skin development. The product range includes key ingredients and botanicals to offer the needed support and protection that infant skin needs to grow strong.

The following goodies valued at $174 will be awarded to our 5 lucky winners:

  • Cetaphil Baby Gentle Wash & Shampoo, 230mL
  • Cetaphil Baby Moisturising Bath & Wash, 230mL
  • Cetaphil Baby Massage Oil, 200mL
  • Cetaphil Baby Shampoo, 200mL
  • Cetaphil Baby Daily Lotion, 400mL
  • Cetaphil Sun SPF 50+Ultra Light Lotion, 100mL
  • Cetaphil Sun SPF 50+ Kids Liposomal Lotion, 150mL
  • Cetaphil Ultra Gentle Body Wash Refreshing Scent , 500mL
  • Cetaphil Gentle Cleanser, 250mL
  • Cetaphil Moisturising Cream , 100g
  • Cetaphil Moisturising Lotion, 250mL
  • Cetaphil Restoradarm Body Wash, 295mL
  • Cetaphil Restoradarm Body Moist, 295mL

To find out more about Cetaphil Baby visit: https://www.cetaphil.com.au/baby-skin

After you have entered, you can also check out the Cetaphil Gentle Baby Wash & Shampoo reviews, which were recently submitted by MoM members.

Please note this competition is open from 26 March 2019 until 30 April 2019 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.


  • Now at nearly 6 months old, he has just started to enjoy bath time. He splashes and giggles and makes one hell of a mess, and I wouldn’t have it any other way.



  • When she started laughing when I sang to her.



  • Being able to sit in the bath and play with his big brother and splashing about.



  • When he decided he knew how to wash himself, he said to me: mummy I know how to wash myself and in a very grown up way asked me for the soap and was surprisingly good at washing all his bits



  • Having a bath with her big sister and her big sister decided she wanted to wash her and cuddle her and give her a massage in the bath. She giggled and loved it



  • My husband was the one that usually bath our newborn babies. I remembered there was once I said to him I would bath our baby (how hard can it be!), but the next second my baby was in the water. That freaked me out! He scooped him up and gave me a death look. But you know what? Baby was still playing as with nothing had just happened.



  • My son has fits of laughter when he gets to hold the shampoo. Not sure why but it is very funny!



  • When my daughter was in the newborn stage and was having my a bath, she smiled for the first time. It was a proper smile, I cried.



  • When she walks over to the glass partition and blows raspberries on the glass. Her cheeks explode and then she giggles like crazy. It’s my favourite part of bath time because we all have a good laugh.



  • The first time had a bath at home was so memorable for me each and everytime he had a one in his blue tub with his blue face towel being all warm, inside or outside just having bath time with my little one is memorable he loves bath time



  • Mother’s memorable bath time experiences with babies often involve a poo and mine’s no different. Mine involves discovering my toddler playing catch with what he thought was a brown ball his baby brother had provided for him. Unforgettable for both of us.



  • The 3rd we bathed our newborn was so heartwarming as she actually enjoyed being in the water. The tears & crying stopped for a few minutes & she looked very relaxed with a normal sized warm, soft washcloth over her little body & a junior sized one over her head. All pink, warm & clean.



  • Bathtime with her older sisters full of love and laughter.



  • My youngest is 5, has Down syndrome and a very sensitive skin. But oh man, how much does she love the dirt ! Glad bathing is most of the time a feast for her and we see the water turning brown…



  • The day my son was born which was the easiest birth. He was born 10lb 7ozs. I couldn’t believe it. I kept saying to the nurse “are you sure?” Hubby had to take a photo of bub on the scales as I couldnt believe I pushed out a baby almost weighting a bag of spuds. haha


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