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The August Vaby Box - With Giveaway!

I was pleasantly surprised when I opened the August Vaby Box as it had items not only for the little one, but for me as well. 

Unlike the July box which was catered for new mummies or mums to be, the good people at Vaby started to customise their boxes according to the recipients' profile. Profile of both the mummy and their kiddos.


Let's take a look at what we have here:


- Korean Adhesive Labra. Made of thick premium silicon gel with front closing. Kind to the skin, it provides maximum support without any binding clasp. The Labra retails at $49.90. 

- Zoo bibs. Easily tucked away into a pouch, that's lightweight and water resistant. Convenient to bring around and keeps mealtimes less messy. Retails at $4.90. 

- Natural Cotton Diapers by Baby Organix. Made with natural cotton, that's soft and comfortable for the baby, has mild olive leaf extract that has anti-bacterial qualities. A pack cost $17.90. 

- Lavender Fields Concentrated Laundry Powder by IDOCARE. 
- Nutureme Organic Dried Fruits
- Portable Pencil Fan 
- The Playhouse unlimited Playpass. 



With a monthly subscription of $18.90 a month, receiving a box like this is seriously making your monies worth.

A lot of what's in the August box is very useful for my upcoming vacation with the family.

Definitely going to bring the skiphop bib, which is easily folded into a little pouch, and the Lavender laundry powder. Not forgetting the pencil fan to help to keep the boy cool!

What makes this box even more worth the money is the LaBra. I own a stickon bra which feels all sticky and heavy. Yup the gel adds weight to the bra that makes ot feel like it is going to fall off anytime. Labra on the other hand is light without the overly sticky feel on the skin.

Love the August box very much! It is truly a surprise each month to be receiving the Vaby Box. 

You can find more information on the Vaby Box from their website : http://vaby.com.sg/box/vabybox.html

Other than the Vaby Box, Vaby also has daily deals on their website where you can take advantage of great discounts on some quality products and services such as UBB strollers, family photoshoot package and pre-natal massages. 


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Anyone keen to get their hands on the September box?



I have got 3 to giveaway!


All you need to do is name one item in the August box in the comment section of this post. Don't forget to also Leave me your name and your email address by  11 September 2014, 6pm.

This contest is open to readers residing in Singapore only. 

WInners will be annouced on Meeningfully's Facebook Page on 15 September 2014. So do follow our Facebook page to ensure you don't miss any updates. 


Disclaimer: I received the August Vaby Box for purpose of this post. All opinions are my own. 

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