And I have a one bundle to give away of the lucky winner's choice. Read on to find out how to enter.
For the mum to be
It's so important to take Folic Acid during pregnancy. It is recommended that expectant mums take a prenatal vitamin with the recommended 400 micrograms of folic acid before and during pregnancy to help prevent birth defects of the baby's brain and spinal cord.
Magnesium is also important in pregnancy as research suggests that adequate Magnesium during pregnancy can help prevent the uterus from contracting prematurely. It also helps build strong teeth and bones in your baby. Taking a Magnesium bath, it is suggested, can be a more effective way of absorbing this mineral than oral supplements. You can also use these Magnesium flakes as a relaxing footbath - great for soothing those aching swollen feet and ankles.
Or there's also a soothing sea salt bath which is ideal for those with sensitive skin and is gentle on scar tissue.
For the new mum
I took Vitabiotics Pregnacare® throughout my two pregnancies and this bundle contains Vitabiotics Pregnacare® New Mum and Pregnacare® Breastfeeding which is carefully formulated by experts, with essential vitamins, minerals and DHA, to help support all-round health and vitality including iron which contributes to normal energy release.
Pregnacare® Breast-feeding can also be taken as a general postnatal supplement for 6-9 months following childbirth, to replace depleted nutrients and assist the body following pregnancy, even if you are not breast-feeding.
This bundle also includes Yogi Organic Womens Balance Tea, Dead Sea Magik Skin Softener and Vitabiotics Wellkid Baby Drops, a vitamin and mineral supplement for babies aged 4-12 months.
For the mature mum
This is my bundle! It contains a great Vitamin B complex, anti ageing oil from Green People and Vitabiotics Menopace Plus Botanicals. These are formulated for women during and after the menopause and contain Soya Isoflavones, Sage, Flaxseed Lignans and Green Tea.
There is also Health Aid Vitamin A Cream. A recent study suggests that applying Vitamin A to the skin improves the appearance of wrinkles and promotes the production of skin-building compounds, it may also even help with age spots.
Health Aid Vitamin A Cream. Health Aid Vitamin A cream combines vitamin A with lypozomes, which help to prevent skin cells from clustering in pores (which cause a dullness of skin tone) as well as stimulating healthy skin growth. Vitamin A is one of the most important nutrients for healthy, youthful-looking skin.
You can find out more at www.discount-supplements.co.uk.
I have one of these bundles to give away - the winner can choose which bundle they would prefer. Entry is via the Rafflecopter widget and the usual terms and conditions apply. (Please see my competition page). UK entrants only.
The giveaway ends at 11:59 pm on Friday 17th March.
Please note that the contents of the bundle may vary slightly depending on stock availability. Whilst every attempt will be made to deliver the prize in time for Mother's Day, this is not guaranteed.