Of course there's a lot of visiting and entertaining and eating and drinking going on over the holidays, and it can be hard to properly look after ourselves. Church & Dwight have a great variety of products to see us through the festive season. For instance, a lot of the eating and drinking tends towards less healthy options, so taking a multi-vitamin at this time of year is a good idea. And have some Gravol on hand to deal with the stomach upset that can come from over-indulging. Meanwhile, Rub A535 will ease your aching muscles after a long day of Christmas shopping.
One of my must-haves in my beauty arsenal is my Batiste Dry Shampoo. It is such a quick way to freshen your hair when you don't have time for a full wash and dry. And it comes in such great scents, leaving your hair smelling awesome. Running around and no time for the salon? Try Nair's line of hair removal solutions for a quick fix before your next engagement.
Whatever you're celebrating at this time of year, the holidays can be hectic. But you can be ready for anything when you've got the right products on hand.
A GiveawayChurch & Dwight is offering this prize pack to one of my readers, including a variety of must-haves for the holiday season and a couple of cute stocking stuffers too. The package is valued at approximately $100 and includes:
Arm & Hammer™ Spinbrush™ Truly Radiant™ Deep Clean Manual Toothbrush
Arm & Hammer™ Truly Radiant™ Rejuvenating Toothpaste
Arm & Hammer™ Kid’s Spinbrush™ My Little Pony™ Battery Brush
Arm & Hammer™ Spinbrush™ Super Mario Bros™ Battery Brush
Nair™ Moroccan Argan Oil Face Wax
Batiste™ Blush Dry Shampoo
RUB A535™ Nighttime
Gravol™ Natural Source Ginger Liquid Gels
Vitafusion™ Men’s Complete Multivitamin
Vitafusion™ Women’s Complete Multivitamin
Entries are via the widget below and will be accepted until 11:59pm EST, December 6. Giveaway is open to Canadian residents only, excluding Quebec. Best of luck!
Disclosure: I am a member of the Church & Dwight Ambassador Program, and as such receive special perks, products, and other compensation for my participation. All opinions on this blog, as always, remain my own.