The funny thing about preparing for baby’s arrival is the things you have to purchase without knowing baby’s preferences. Case in point, baby bath products. Ideally you don’t want to spend too much money on buying a product in case baby is allergic or has sensitive skin.
And the search for freebies begins.
Aveeno is not new to parents overseas but they have recently launched in Singapore. For this sample, I signed up at BabyCentre and enabled the option for third party marketing from their partners. There are very few Singapore partners but when they do send their offers, it’s always good to sign up for freebies.
Sign up for Aveeno sample:https://www.clozette.co/aveeno/signup-form
From what I recall, Cetaphil is more for sensitive skin so the Cetaphil Baby line would definitely be good for such babies. Plus it does not have that weird chemical smell. For the Cetaphil Baby sample, it turned up as a sponsored advertisement on Facebook (don’t turn on your ad blockers!)
Get your Cetaphil Baby sample: https://cetaphil.com.sg/babysamples
I used to visit Sample Storea lot in the past back when they first opened and were still in a brick and mortar location. Accumulated a fair amount of credits/points over the years for requesting and reviewing makeup samples. On occasion they do have samples for Babies & Kids.
Though in the past you would use points for redemption, the website now works on a free redemption basis so you would only have to pay for postage of the samples you redeem.
Ilpino Enzyme is new to me, being a Korean brand though I am familiar with Himalaya Herbals.
All 5 bottles are still available for redemption:
For the Pigeon Travel Set, it came from the Thomson Medical Centre First Born Incentive membership goodie bag. So technically not really a free sample. So this is what I have for the first few weeks of Baobao’s arrival. I have yet to encounter any other baby brands that give out free samples which doesn’t come in a ‘sign up for our talk/exhibition and get a free goodie bag’ instance.