Peggy Sue is a unique brand of luxury body and self care products. Peggy Sue encourages women to live a healthier, more sustainable lifestyle by offering products that help form a simple and effective skincare routine.
Everything at Peggy Sue is made in small batches, and is specially hand crafted to be sent off with love. The ingredients are plant based, sustainable and carry vital nutrients and enzymes.
Featured: Mums Blooming Belly Oil
Formulated to restore elasticity, this product deeply nourishes stressed skin before, during and after pregnancy. Australian Jojoba Oil restores moisture, while bisabolol and vitamin E protect and soothe irritation which helps minimise the appearance of stretch marks.
This oil is safe to use from head to toe during pregnancy, and is perfect for blooming bellies.
Shop from a range of skincare essentials via the Peggy Sue website.
Stokke Jet Kids Bed Box
BedBox® is the ultimate travel gadget for children up to 6-7 years of age. It is your child´s hand luggage, ride-on suitcase and bed/leg-rest, in the very same box. Ride-on suitcases are one of the most popular travel gadgets ever made for children, and are sold in their millions each year. Kids love them, and…
Eef Lillemor Storage
If you’ve been searching for the perfect solution to declutter the playroom – then look no further! Eef Lillemor was founded by creative at heart, Eva Lillemor Brunner. Eef Lillemor offers a range of original, quirky, creative and versatile products like posters, feeding sets, wall paper and storage solutions. All products are made with love…
Hank is a noun, meaning a coil or skein of wool, hair or other material. All Hank products are handmade and vintage inspired knits for your little people. Featured: Fern Romper$130 This romper is handmade in 100% cotton. Available in sizes newborn to 1 year. Shop from a range of knitted goods via the Hank…
20 Tips To Help You Sleep During Pregnancy
Being pregnant basically feels like you’ve constantly got a hangover – without the fun of the night before. Because the reality, and irony, of pregnancy is that you’ll probably never get worse sleep. Sure when baby comes the sleep is broken and you’re up at all hours, but for the most part when your head…