Introducing new, nourishing and natural baby products!  

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Introducing new, nourishing and natural baby products Tiggles
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We always want the best quality and most gentle products for our baby’s sensitive skin. Plant oils have been used for centuries and are now recognised for treating skin conditions, protecting the skin and restoring homeostasis to the skin barrier. Tiggles has the best natural baby products.

Why is the natural approach to skincare best?

There’s a definite move to more natural cosmetic and hygiene products and there’s a good reason for that. The environment is full of toxins that we mostly cannot control being exposed to. So, as parents, we certainly do not want any more toxins or factory-made chemicals on our children’s skin.

Harsh chemicals will not only dry out the skin but they are much more likely to cause allergic reactions to an infant’s fragile skin. The skin, the largest organ in the body, also absorbs whatever is on its surface which in turn will be circulated in the body and have an unhealthy impact.

Loaded with pure, natural powerhouse ingredients and organic-grade nutrients, you can rest assured that your little one’s skin and wellbeing is safe in the hands of Tiggles dermatologically-tested products.

Offering undiluted goodness for your family, the ultra-lightweight and non-greasy oils infused into the products have not been bleached, refined or deodorised. Every part of the production process is heat and chemical-free. With Tiggles, you can have peace of mind that you’re giving your baby products with no nasties!

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The benefits of coconut & jojoba oil

Coconut oil comes from the nut (fruit) of the coconut palm. It contains medium-chain fatty acids, including capric acid, caprylic acid, and lauric acid. About 52% to 85% of coconut oil is made up of specific saturated fats, called medium-chain fatty acids. It has a moisturising effect when applied to the skin

Jojoba extract, while commonly referred to as  jojoba oil, is actually a liquid wax. The liquid wax esters in jojoba are the closest thing in the plant world to the sebum our skin produces, making jojoba incredibly compatible with our skin. 

Jojoba is nontoxic, non-allergenic (the extract is pressed from a seed, not a nut, and is safe for consumers with nut allergies), and won’t clog pores. It does not easily oxidise, making it remarkably shelf-stable and able to withstand heat without any loss in its properties, unlike most plant oils.

The combination of coconut oil and jojoba esters in baby skincare products offers a harmonious blend of moisturizing, soothing, and protective benefits for baby’s delicate skin. These oils resemble the natural oils that our skin produces which is why they work so well.

By choosing products with these natural, organic-grade ingredients, parents can provide gentle and effective care for their little ones, promoting healthy and radiant skin. 

  • Treats and protects against cradle cap, eczema & dry skin
  • Skin-barrier repair & protection
  • Antibacterial and antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Wound healing
  • Hydrating, soothing & moisturising

Testimonials for Tiggles natural baby products

“My 9 month old baby struggled with eczema, a chronic skin condition characterised by inflammation and irritation. Using Tiggles products helped to alleviate dryness and reduce  the horrible itching promoting healing and comfort in my baby. What a relief!” –Agatha

“ II didn’t realise until I had tried Tiggles lotion that cradle cap– those scaly patches on the scalp– could be nourished. It was much easier to loosen and dissolve the scales, and then gently remove them without irritating my baby’s delicate skin.”-Peta

“My baby always had dry skin especially in winter, but not since I discovered Tiggles. He’s so much more comfortable now because his skin is really being nourished and properly hydrated.” –Thandi

Tiggles is one brand that has recognised the need for organic grade, dermatologically-tested skincare products for infants. Tiggles says: “yes to natural and no to chemicals”. 

The Tiggles product range includes: shampoo & conditioner, lotion, oil, body wash, baby wipes and pillow mist spray.

Visit for more info or purchase it from your local retailer: Clicks Baby, selected SPAR stores. Alternatively, you can buy online at


We’re excited to announce an amazing giveaway – your chance to win a luxurious Tiggles Hamper! 

Experience the natural goodness of coconut oil with this delightful hamper, perfect for pampering yourself or your loved ones. Each product is designed to nourish your baby’s skin and hair, providing a rejuvenating and soothing experience.

 Don’t miss out on this opportunity to transform your skincare routine with these nourishing products. Enter now for your chance to win and indulge in the ultimate coconut oil pampering experience.

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Terms & Conditions for Tiggles hamper competition

  1. Eligibility: Open to South Africa residents aged 18+.

  2. Competition period: June 1st – June 30th, 2024 (June hamper), August 1st – August 31st, 2024 (August hamper).

  3. How to enter: Fill out the entry form on BabyYumYum’s website, and like, tag, and share specified social media posts.

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  5. Winner selection: Random draw on July 1st (June winner) and September 1st (August winner).

  6. Winner notification: Winners notified via email within seven days of draw. Must respond within seven days to claim.

  7. Prize delivery: Delivered to winner’s provided address. BabyYumYum not responsible for delivery delays.

  8. Publicity: Winners’ names and likeness may be used for publicity purposes without additional compensation.

  9. Data protection: Personal data used in accordance with BabyYumYum’s privacy policy.

  10. General conditions: BabyYumYum reserves the right to cancel, modify, or disqualify any entrant violating these terms.

Participation constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions.

Electricity expenses, rising interest rates, fuel and food prices are increasing, credit card debt, school fees… there’s no shortage of financial pressure at the moment an it’s undoubtedly causing us all lots of pressure and stress. The time to tighten our belts has come. Fear not! www.BabyYumYum has some simple tips to save you money and cut back on expenses.
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Where can you trim your spending, cut back on expenses and reduce your living costs?

  • Do an honest and full budget of your expenses—together with your partner if you have shared financial costs. Check your banking statements carefully and make sure you know what every single payment going out is for.
  • Decide on the difference between what you want and what you need and what are the non-negotiable. Nobody is suggesting that you always forgo your morning cappuccino while on the way to work—but try to limit your luxury purchases as it all adds up.
  • Try second hand and thrift shops as well as neighbourhood groups for stuff you need before instantly going for something new.
  • Start a carpool for kids at the same school in your area, or to get to and from work to alleviate transport costs. This might also reduce your car insurance premium as you drive less.
  • Service your vehicle regularly and check your tyre pressure to ensure that your car runs efficiently. Improve your driving habits to save fuel consumption (e.g. avoid sudden braking and acceleration) which increases fuel consumption. Consolidate errands to save both petrol and time.
  • Plan and prepare! Stick to a weekly food menu and a monthly shopping list to avoid making impulse purchases. Look out for specials and loyalty savings, and stock up when you see non-perishable items on sale. Reduce your meat consumption and eat leftovers.
  • It might seem obvious ,but watch your electricity usage. Unplug appliances when you are not using them. Turn lights off when you aren’t home and only use lights that you need. Switch to energy-efficient light bulbs and if possible, replace old appliances with energy-efficient models.
  • Install surge protection devices to your most expensive electronic devices. It will save money in the long run even if the initial outlay is expensive. Switching to solar for lights and heating can be a costly investment, but will reduce your monthly electricity bill in the long term and give you lights shedding. Use a gas stove.
  • If necessary, downsize to a smaller home or move to a more affordable neighbourhood. Take into account moving costs, levies, additional expenses and distance to work and schools. You could also consider renting out a room in your house, cottage or granny flat.
  • Get alternate quotes for your home and car insurance to make sure you’re getting the best deals possible. Insuring all your assets with one insurer may give you a potential discount. You could also increase your excess payable to lower your monthly premium. This is a little riskier.
  • Review all your cover regularly to keep track of policies and cover, especially if your life or circumstances have changed. This could result in large premium savings.
  • Live within your means: this is a big one! Buying on credit or higher purchase is only going to cost you more in the long run and isn’t worth it. Is that fancy car really worth it? It’s also essential to leave a margin for savings and emergencies. Reach out to an adviser or financial planner for advice. Guidance from an expert can be invaluable.
  • Join loyalty programmes- most stores offer them, and it can really help. Lots of small savings add up to one big saving.
  • If you have kids, avoid allowing them to manipulate you into getting everything they want or what their friends have. What kids really need beyond food, education and shelter is your love and time not material things.

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Hopefully, with these tips, you’ll feel more in control of your finances and not only reduce your costs but also your stress and anxiety.

READ FURTHER: 10 tips for coping with financial stress

*Compiled by an independent source

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