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Win £50 to spend at By Nature

Enter our competition to win 1 of 2 £50 vouchers to spend on organic baby goodies at By Nature.
This competition is now closed, winners will be announced later today.

Prizes: We have two sets of By Nature gift vouchers worth £50 each to give away. The lucky winners can treat themselves or their little ones to some of the gorgeous organic goodies By Nature have to offer.

Entries should be made using the competition entry form below - you will need to be logged in to enter.

If you are already a member of then please login by entering your username and password below; the competition entry form will then be displayed. Simply select your answer from those listed and press the 'Enter Competition' button. Your entry will then be submitted to the competition.

If you have not yet registered then sign up now.

All entries must be received before midnight on 21st August, 2009.

A winner will be chosen at random from those listed on on 24th August, 2009.

Click here to read our competition terms and conditions.

By Nature is an eco boutique selling a wide range of organic and ethical baby products including baby clothes, bedding, toys and toiletries.

Eco-textiles such as organic cotton, hemp and organic wool are perfect for the sensitive skins of children and babies. Gentle on the skin, they contain none of the harmful chemicals that can lead to bouts of eczema and allergies.

When buying organic, you help preserve a sustainable environment for the generations of tomorrow.

Visit By Nature today at and claim your exclusive 15% discount.

To claim your discount simply enter coupon "ask15" at the checkout. Offer valid from June 29th to September 15th 2009.

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This sounds great! I have sensitive skin (always have had and its a nightmaire) and no doubt my baby will too! I would love to win this compition :)
by Pola27 24th Aug 2009, 9:22am
My grandchildren wouldn't be able to thank you if I won but I would ! !
by fiddlesticks 13th Aug 2009, 11:34am
nice prize, would love to try out the clothes, could to be environment friendly.
by mumsy72 10th Aug 2009, 9:35am
Natural product for a beautiful and natural being, a baby!
by tweety3142 10th Aug 2009, 9:35am
i have not yet heard of this company, however it sound interesting as all babies born in my family have extreamly sensitive skin and have suffered with skin conditions so a company who uses these fabrics is brriliant as now we can look after our childrens skin and the environment.x
by merkz 10th Aug 2009, 9:34am
it would be nice to start something new
by babybutt 6th Aug 2009, 1:11pm
The best thing you can do for your baby is to provide for his needs now while protecting his future. Buying organic and sustainable products is one way of doing this. The eco textiles By Nature uses are excellent, and the only ones we should consider. They are skin-friendly, cause minimum damage to the environment, either in their production or decomposition. they can be composted and return to the earth. Synthetic materials always pose a problem and recycling is not the Holy Grail it is made out to be and should be avoided if possible.
by Braveheart 6th Aug 2009, 1:11pm
I think it's great that organic products are being endorsed. They are so much better for the environment, and when you have so many disposable, plastic and non-biodegradable products, made with unsustainable materials, using the petrochemical industry, the more people look to buying well-made, long-lasting, environmentally-friendly products, the better. Keep it up!
by noodle 6th Aug 2009, 1:10pm
A lovely prize from a firm I may not have got to know
by buckley 6th Aug 2009, 10:51am
Wonderful opportunity to learn about eco-friendly products. The better choice for moms and newly born babies. Looking forward to try out the products from ByNature. Thanks to the site, I am a regular viewer and expecting mom.
by loonytoon 6th Aug 2009, 10:51am
it helps you to refresh your mind
by rabsco 29th Jul 2009, 9:04am
The environment can be preserved when we go organic. Babies skin are so delicate and mothers first instinct is to protect her young in any possible safe way.
by darksuga 28th Jul 2009, 1:39pm
my friends have used this and they say its very good for you and baby by leigh nicholson
by leighsbabyo9 28th Jul 2009, 1:38pm
Thanks for running this competition! :) My husband & I have been trying for a baby since Jan 2006. We've just come through 3.5 years of IUI, IVF & ICSI treatment to discover that we're finally pregnant with our first child! Due 25 March 2010 - It would be wonderful to win some baby products & publicise about a natural; ethical & organic family company. Shout from the rooftops! :)
by Anarchy3 28th Jul 2009, 1:35pm
Mothers are always concerned and trying to find the best products to care for their babies. Especially if it is your first and you are a young inexperienced mother. We only know the more natural the better for our little treasure.
by AuraKarel 22nd Jul 2009, 9:50am
Great news for mums! Babies have delicate skin, so the closer to nature the products are the better for our children and the environment.
by amina33 22nd Jul 2009, 9:49am
My poor little grandson has to live in babygrows despite being almost two years; it would be lovely to try something new next to his poor little skin which is covered in bleeding chronic eczema.
by Blank 13th Jul 2009, 9:16am
Fantatic idea. My baby daughter has sensitive skin so this clothing would be ideal. Just wish it was around for my oldest daughter who really suffered with ezcema. How soft they must feel on their delicate skins.
by fizzylouise 13th Jul 2009, 9:15am
How wonderful these clothes must feel to babies being made of eco-textiles and given the current warm weather fantastically cooling aswell.
by gmjj 9th Jul 2009, 9:00am
think it was an excellent idea to use the said eco texiles, good for baby good for parents good for enviroment
by cloeKat 3rd Jul 2009, 9:12am
brilliant for kids with allergies should be more like this for kids with allergies
by rammie 2nd Jul 2009, 9:33am