Wednesday, 24 April 2013

No More Sleepless Summer Nights with B-Sensible Giveaway



I have twins who both suffer with hayfever, its been a long trek through different treatments and trials to find suitable remedies that would help.
Night times and early mornings always were the worst, I felt so helpless at times watching them struggle with blocked noses,streaming itchy eyes and sneezing.
I would have liked to try the B- Sensible range if I had spotted it back then. Conor also had mild eczema, he would get hot and uncomfotable at night, making the itching worse and I finally used a treatment for all the bedding which involved boiling all the sheets, spraying and hooveringand Super salve for his skin, costly but worth it. The B- Sensible range would have been ideal as it has a dust mite barrier.


Well I missed out but you don't have to, B- Sensible have offered a Given To Distracting Others follower a chance to win a 2-in-1 sheet in a size of your choice.
See below

No More Sleepless Summer Nights with B-Sensible…
Every parent’s best friend!
During the summer months the humid weather conditions can cause perspiration, which can lead to skin irritation, ruining your toddler’s night’s sleep. What’s more, if your child is a hay fever or asthma sufferer, their allergies will be rife in the summer months, adding to uncomfortable summer night slumbers.
B-Sensible understands your child’s troubles and has created a “new dawn” in bedding, so there will be no disturbances during the night and early mornings! They offer hypo-allergenic, breathable, waterproof sheets and pillowcases so that your toddler can sleep in undisturbed natural comfort throughout the night, making B-Sensible every parent’s best friend. These are stretchable sheets and can be fitted to Moses cribs, cots and cot beds, so are with you and your child every step of the way through the early years; plus when they get older, they also fit up to super king size beds!
The 2in1 fitted sheet and protector combine into one soft waterproof breathable product which acts like a “second skin” thanks to the innovative fibre Tencel. Tencel is known as the “new age fibre” as it absorbs moisture naturally. The eco-friendly fibre is made from the wood found on the Eucalyptus tree, and has natural cooling mechanisms to control the temperature and humidity. The range also includes pillowcases!
The range of products absorb significantly more moisture than cotton and dries quicker due to its nano-fibre technology, thus helping to control humidity and body temperature. The bedding is waterproof, breathable, have optimum moisture management, hypo-allergenic, thermo regulating and eco-friendly.
If your child has sensitive skin, the hypo-allergenic range of products will prevent skin irritation, so are suitable for eczema, asthma and rhinitis sufferers.
So, say goodbye to uncomfortable nights with the assistance of B-Sensible, which will ensure your toddler will be able to sleep dry, clean, and comfortable all night long.

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79 comments:

  1. these sound fabjust wish i had these when my son was a toddler for his eczema

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  2. there are no allergies in my house but my niece has bad asthma and an allergy to eggs and cows milk when she was a baby

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  3. I'm allergic to my cat... But I find that hoovering regularly helps!

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  4. My other half is allergic to long hair animals. It annoys me as I want a cat!

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  5. My husband suffers with allergies and don't I know about it!I am sympathetic,honestly! ;)

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  6. Lara suffers with eczema flare ups when it's hot, so we try to keep her as cool as possible in minimal clothes and cool, soft bedding. These sheets sound perfect!

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  7. I was sick almost on a daily basis due to allergies. I actually looked and felt very unwell. It was hurtful when people would tell me it was because I didn't eat well and that is why I was sickly. Once someone told me that they thought I did cocaine or something. I couldn't take it any longer so I went to a specialist and went through years of Allergy injections "Immunotherapy". It helped a great deal with my symptoms and helped me get over my fear of needles. I injected myself twice a week in the leg because I was desperate to feel better. I am not completely cured but better. I still require medication and my inhaler but it has made the world of difference.

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  8. i hate having an itchy throat cos of my hayfever

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  9. I have asthma, hayfever and eczema - a nightmare at this time of year!

    @ashlallan

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  10. Just to try to wear sunglasses and keep windows closed - anti histamines at the ready x

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  11. i think vaccuming really helps

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  12. I find hoovering daily really helps with allergies but during warm summers, it can be particularly difficult to deal with hayfever in particular.

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  13. I have hayfever- the tablets don't help me though :(

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  14. Hi and thanks for the giveaway

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  15. Great give away would love this for my daughter

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  16. really hoping my son does not get hayfever like me!!

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  17. Anti histamines for the win. What did we ever do without them?

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  18. cold flannels available all the time, my kids suffer terribly

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  19. leave the bedroom dooe open all day and not the windows on a hayfever day. Fresh sheets regular and pull the bedding back to air for a couple of hours each day so the begbugs don't get too cosy...

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  20. we have hayfever and dust allergy sufferer in my family

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  21. would love this for our Grandchild

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  22. My OH gets hayfever but luckily the boys don't seem to have it.

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  23. i tend to suffer from hay fever, its quite annoying!!

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  24. This sounds like life saver. Great invention.

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  25. both my older children have hayfever and my son also has eczema , as a sufferer of hayfever too it really is hard to cope with a houseful of sniveling people during summer @chanson2010

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  26. I have both asthma and hayfever, the hayfever is a pain in the bum becuase I love gardening!

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  27. i tend to get hayfever and prickley heat. so i look really attractive in the summer lol :)

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  28. My daughter gets asthma with cold damp weather

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  29. I don't really have any tips! :( Jotting down everyone else's though!

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  30. don't have any tips but you are a top blogger and i follow you on everything!

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  31. Two of my children have severe eczema, so this is good news, thanks. I will be investing in these sheets. Summer months are definitely the worst for their skin.

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  32. I have one annoying patch of eczema on my ankle & nothing will shift it - I hate how self-conscious it makes you.

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  33. allergies are awful! but i think it's worth it for a bit of sunshine :)

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  34. my other half suffers from hayfever, really feel for him when it flares up.

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  35. It's not always as bad in some locations. I've found travelling to my parent's neighborhood it's worse.

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  36. Wearing sunglasses to stop your eyes getting sore with hayfever

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  37. i dont have any allergies buy my 1 year old is showing signs of being allergic to animals. which is sad cause we wanted to get her a little pug

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  38. I haven't got any allergies but my poor 7 month old son has lots he has a dairy allergy restricting what he eats and has bad eczema and skin problems with his face. I feel so sorry for him his big sister can eat what she wants and has great skin. I'm hoping he'll eventually grow out of it

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  39. I suffer from various allergies, hay fever, dust, eczema & it tends to run in the family. My nephew has just become a dad to the beautiful Oliva-Rae so this would be perfect for her during the summer months

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  40. I suffer from a bit of hayfever but do pity those who are more severely affected.

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  41. wearing shades helps with hayfever as stops polle getting in the eyes

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  42. I hover and dust every day to keep allergies at bay

    Lynsey Buchanan
    linz.1979@hotmail.co.uk

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  43. we haven't got any allergies,but have taken note of the tips from your readers just in case some develop!!!

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  44. vacuum the bed regularly to stop dust

    http://www.adventuresofayorkshiremum.co.uk/

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  45. Pollen sets my asthma off - Not nice!

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  46. grass is a problem for us, but we learnt how to cope with it

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  47. I always keep a bottle of anti-histamine in the cupboard

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  48. My nephew Maxx has allergies and I always feel bad for him :(

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  49. One of my dogs has allergies - seems to get hayfever around september time and at other times gets really itchy feet an becomes pretty distressed, bless her!

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  50. My son suffers so badly with Hayfever. trying the Prevalin spray since he is old enough now. i hate seeing him suffer, and Piriton failed to work the other day ~ he has been taking nosebleeds because of it. Poor wee man

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  51. I put vaseline around my nostrils so the pollen sticks to it and doesnt go up my nose causing the hayfever

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  52. i also use vaseline around the nose

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  53. My Craig has allergies - we had to re home my cat when we moved in together. I was devastated :-(

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  54. Hello :)

    My kids have all suffered with eczema so I have to be careful what I wash their clothes in, bathe them in, even the suncream I use. My eldest now has hayfever, which is a nightmare as she'll just start sneezing and doesn't stop. And without checking the pollen count, you never know when hayfever will kick-off! :(

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  55. My husbands hayfever is worse than man flu, not looking forward to it!

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  56. hayfever tablets are a life saver for me! without them i just want to lay in a cool cool romm forever!

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  57. I dread hayfever this time of years only had it for a couple of years

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  58. My children suffer from excema...so much worse in summer so constant antihistamines and calamine :/ x

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  59. I suffer from hayfever and it's so irritating. I'm sure my middle boy has got it too but it's hard to tell if it's just a cold or not.

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  60. I have such horrid hayfever and my little boy has it too... so if something can make his itching much better that would be brilliant

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  61. Both Daughter & Hubby are hayfever sufferers so summer is a difficult time for them

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  62. My other half has had hayfever for the last 16 years we have been together this is the first year he has taken no tablets and 3 out of our 5 kids have been hit with it looks like trips to the beach and leaving off the geocaching for abit for us :(

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  63. Hay fever season is upon us & so a month of running noses , itchy eyes & tickly mouths to look forward to!

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  64. i suffer from hayfever and astma and eczema so i go round sniffling with a runny nose red sore and itchy face from heat and not being able to breath to boot bah!! i love this time of year though! lol

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  65. My little boy has eczema flair ups in the summer.

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