Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 24 May 2015

Mums get help with bag

Local mums and mums to be will have the opportunity to sample baby products for free, thanks to two local companies.

Big into Baby Ltd — the organisation behind Northern Ireland’s largest baby show — is offering mums the chance to try everything from nappies to creams for free, through a new Big into Baby bag.

Giving mums the opportunity to try before they buy, the promotion allows people to pick up a free Big into Baby bag at their local Clear Pharmacy.

One of the newest names in the pharmacy business, Clear Pharmacy has teamed up with Big into Baby, to run the offer.

The Big into Baby bag contains a variety of products and information, helping new mums and mums to be throughout Northern Ireland decide what products work best for them and their babies.

Mums will find product samples from the leading baby care companies in the UK including Huggies, Pampers, Sudocrem, Milton and DermaH2O.

Jennie Deery, operations director for Big into Baby, commented on the usefulness of the sample bags to first time mothers in particular.

She said: “The Big into Baby bag arrives at a crucial point in a woman’s life, when she is deciding what products to buy for her baby.

“All mums want the best for their children and with the economy still struggling, trying before buying is now more important than ever before.

“We are working with Clear Pharmacy to give new mums and mums to be in Northern Ireland the chance to sample a range of baby products before they buy.

“Mums can go into their local Clear Pharmacy today and pick up their Big into Baby Bag.”

Clear Pharmacy is situated throughout Northern Ireland. For a list of Clear Pharmacy locations, visit their website – www. and collect your free Big into Baby Bag.

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