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NOW CLOSED Do you have a child in nappies? Try out Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment and win Office and Debenhams vouchers

(64 Posts)
KatieBMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 16-Apr-12 11:39:17

We've been asked by the makers of Metanium Nappy Rash Ointment to find 200 Mumsnetters to try out their new Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment. Here's what they say about the product: "New Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment has a unique double action formula to help guard against nappy rash. It helps seal in the skin?s natural moisture keeping the skin soft, smooth and supple. Metanium Everyday contains no fragrance or lanolin, so is gentle enough to use at each nappy change."

Here are the ingredients in Metanium Everyday:

Titanium dioxide

White soft paraffin

Light liquid paraffin

Dimeticone

This product test is open to all UK MNers with at least one child who wears nappies day and night - please click here to sign up.

If you are selected to take part, you will be sent a tube of Metanium Everyday Barrier Ointment. We'll then give you a week or so to try the product before we ask you to add your feedback to a thread on Mumsnet. You may have seen or taken part in a similar product test we did for Metanium last year - whether or not you took part in this one, you're welcome to take part now!

Everyone who takes part and adds their feedback to the thread on Mumsnet will receive a free Busy Baby Wall Planners (RRP £9.99) and will also be entered into a prize draw where one winner will receive a £100 Office voucher and another winner will receive a £100 Debenhams voucher. Please note that your comments may be used (anonymously) by the makers of Metanium in marketing/advertising materials e.g. on their website/Facebook page and possibly elsewhere.

Thanks very much

MNHQ

AvocadoAndFitch Mon 16-Apr-12 11:56:37

Done. Fingers crossed we get it. We get through tons of sudocrem.

Done!!

Kveta Mon 16-Apr-12 12:00:22

there's no age option for 24-36 months - what should I put? DS is 30 months smile

thanks

BlackOutTheSun Mon 16-Apr-12 12:01:15

done

Iggly Mon 16-Apr-12 12:09:12

Done

TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 16-Apr-12 12:18:31

Sorry Kveta - fixed now!

Kaloobear Mon 16-Apr-12 12:18:58

Done.

Added grin

muddledsheep Mon 16-Apr-12 12:46:56

Done thank you :-)

2ombie5layer Mon 16-Apr-12 12:47:00

done

TheFirstMrsGClooney Mon 16-Apr-12 13:17:00

Done

hazeyjane Mon 16-Apr-12 13:19:05

done

babloogirl Mon 16-Apr-12 13:20:50

Done, dd bum is hoping we will be chosengrin

Bicnod Mon 16-Apr-12 13:39:14

Done

<ponders how long it will be before someone comes on the thread ranting about people posting done>

LilRedWG Mon 16-Apr-12 13:56:49

Done

Done and fingers crossed.

nickelhasababy Mon 16-Apr-12 14:06:25

done.
good, i hate finding new products (mainly because of the cost of trial and error!)
grin

Lyftiduft Mon 16-Apr-12 14:20:41

done

CharlotteBronteSaurus Mon 16-Apr-12 14:56:34

dd2 is volunteering to try
the normal metanium stuff is the business, so would be very interested in this one.

h0tcrossmum Mon 16-Apr-12 15:06:25

Done ( I think!? Internet on phone went a bit dodgy as I got to the en of the survey confused hope it's submitted as I don't seem to be able to get back in!grin)

MrsChemist Mon 16-Apr-12 15:19:57

Done smile metanium is amazing stuff, hope we get picked.

georgie22 Mon 16-Apr-12 15:55:50

Completed survey. Normal metanium is fab so would like to try this out.

angelpuss Mon 16-Apr-12 16:03:21

Done and keeping fingers crossed...normal Metanium works wonders grin

BlackEyed Mon 16-Apr-12 16:19:22

Done but no option for more than one child in nappies.

I have a newborn plus an 8 year old with SEN both in nappies.

Have filled it in for the newborn but if selected would test on both children.

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