It’s been a few months since I last did one of these review round up posts. I have only reviewed a few items since Christmas, then just over the last 2 weeks I have had loads of things come trough my letterbox to try out. so lets take a look, shall we.
Teletubbies Easter Egg
This milk chocolate Easter egg comes with 4 fun stack-able Teletubbie puzzles. With Tinky Winky, Laa Laa, Dipsy and Po these Easter egg set is great for younger children. This is £4.99 and available to buy from Asda.
The Grown Up Chocolate Company
These have two bars in each pack and they are definitely not for children . LOL. I received four different flavours to try out and they were all really nice. My favourite was the Praline Chocolate Wonder Bar. These are priced at £2.25 each.
Personalised Chocolate Bars
These Easter personalised chocolate bars are from Born Gifted and they have loads of different designs to choose from. Each one can be personalised with any name. They are £4.99.
Pure Bite Popped Rice Clusters
These little popped rice clusters are dairy free, vegan, high in fibre and high in protein. They are Blueberry & Raspberry flavoured and very moreish. These are really nice and only have 80 calories a pack. You can also get them in different flavours. These are priced at £1.69 each.
Hedrin Protect & Go Spray
This spray is meant to be used twice a week, to prevent headlice. But as it’s only a small bottle I’ll only be using it when there is an outbreak of headlice in my child’s school, but before the catch any. I tried the small bottle 120ml, and it is supposed to be for 5 full head treatments. It has a nice orange and mango scent. This is priced at 120ml – £4.29, 200ml – £6.29 and 250ml – £7.29.
I have previously tried Pudology and they were really nice. These are a lot smaller though, small enough to fit in your pocket. They are both really nice, but just not enough of it for me. Each pack contains 2 small puddings and they come in two different flavours, Lemon & Yuzu and Chocolate and Raspberry.
I received some non-stick kitchen foil and some Zipper Bags from Bacofoil to try out. The kitchen foil is really good and strong and the box has a sharp edge making it easy to rip and pull some off. The zipper bags are brill. Caitlin has just started on packed lunches at school and these come in handy for all sorts of things. I also like making extra meals and freezing them, and the bags are great for this too as they are zipper sealed and have space to write on the bag what it contains.
Andean Chia Oils
These are one of the items that I received at the beginning of this year and we have been using them none stop, in fact, I need to buy some more. These are great for frying in and adding to salads as a dressing. They have a lovely taste too, very impressed with these.
Andean Sol Quinoa and Chia Seeds
Another great product from Andean Sol. I love that these are in easy pour-able packages, that are also easy to fasten. I have been using the chia seeds in absolutely everything. Adding i to my salads, yoghurt, porridge and more.
These I actually received before Christmas I think, so the review has been a long wait. I really love these Tooletries storage items. They are super easy to stick to any dry smooth surface. Mine are stuck on my bathroom tiles, and they hold really well, even the big one with 4 bottles of shampoo and bubble bath in. You can get them in different colours too, so great for any coloured bathroom. These are a lifesaver!
And I think that’s it. I’ll be back next months with more items to share with you.
Let me know in the comments if you have tried any of these out, and if so what did you think of them?
I received the above products in return for this post. All opinions are mine