Sharing Is Winning!

April 08, 2015

Share our Prima Baby story for a chance to win a FREE Secret Saviours Bump Support Pack

By now, you’ve heard all about the fabulousness of our Bump Support Pack – with its trés chic Support Band, moisturising Day Gel and luxurious Night Cream – and are no doubt keen to get your hands on some. Well, now’s your chance – and it won’t cost you a penny. Using our Bump Support Pack, you can reduce your chances of getting stretch marks by up to 70%!

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this amazing pack is Facebook, Tweet, Instagram and Pinterest a snap of our wonderful article in Prima Baby & Pregnancy magazine.

We’ll make it even easier and give you the pic ourselves. Just use the image above or click here for the link to the original Tweet.

The winner will be chosen at random, so get lucky, go forth, and share!





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