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Baby Gift Guide: Bert & Bratt UV Soother Sterilizer! @BertandBratt (Ends 10.12)

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Welcome to This N That with Olivia’s Baby Gift Guide!

Are you a Mom-t0-Be or New Mom? Or maybe even someone looking for a perfect gift for the Mom-to-Be? This N That with Olivia’s Baby Gift Guide will feature products from the best baby brands out there in the form of reviews and sometimes giveaways. Our first little one, Liam Wesley arrived on September 22, 2014 – a few weeks earlier than his due date of October 1, 2014. We’ve been searching for the best baby products for our little boy all through my pregnancy and have already featured some in our Gift Guide! 

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Our next feature comes from Bert & Bratt and their portable sterilizer! “Bert & Bratt delivers quality UV sterilizers to make it convenient for individuals to make their health and wellbeing a priority.”  We were given the opportunity to review the UV Soother Sterilizer for Liam– I was super excited to have something portable and easy to use that would safely sterilize items like pacifiers. I know that items like pacifiers do get dropped quite frequently, or dirty so having some way to clean/sterilize them is awesome. We are very particular about everyone washing their hands before holding Liam, and I know that will continue as there are a ton of germs out and about that one may not think they carry. 


You may not think about it, but contamination is instant– the ‘5 second rule’ does not apply! As you can see there are things like pacifiers, sippy cups, teethers and bottle nipples that are commonly dropped but the sterilization methods are not easily accessible! The Bert & Bratt sterilizer doesn’t use any heat, water or chemicals – yet it safely sterilizes your items.

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The sterilizer is SO cute, right?! It is very compact and lightweight making it easy to toss in a diaper bag and use on the go. It takes 3-AAA batteries and is easily used. Check out the sterilization of one of Liam’s pacifiers.

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Simply put the item you wish to sterilize inside of the sterilizer and close the door. 
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Press the button and hold it until it begins to pulse and let go. Simply go on your merry way until the light goes out and voila, you have a sterilized item! I’ve thrown this in Liam’s diaper bag so that when we’re out and about I can easily sterilize items that may fall– namely pacifiers!! 



I have the awesome opportunity to give ONE This N That with Olivia reader a Bert & Bratt Portable Sterilizer. To enter, simply complete the entries on the Rafflecopter below! No purchase necessary to enter. The winner will be selected randomly and will be notified via email. The winner will have 24 hours to respond or the prize will be forfeited. The giveaway is open to the Continental US only who are 18+. The giveaway will be open from 28 September 2014 at 12:01AM EST to 12 October 2014 at 11:59PM EST. This giveaway is in no way sponsored by, endorsed, or affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media. It is against Twitters rules to use multiple accounts or create new accounts to increase your chances of winning; therefore, you may use only ONE Twitter account to enter this giveaway. Anyone found using multiple Twitter accounts to increase their chances of winning will be disqualified. This N That with Olivia is not responsible for prize fulfillment. 

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Vanessa Richard

Wednesday 8th of October 2014

i love that you can take it any where the number of times a passy has been dropped at store or park this would be so helpful

Jenna Tomaszewski

Sunday 5th of October 2014

I love that it is portable, this would be so helpful at my preschool!


Wednesday 1st of October 2014

This is so neat! I've never seen anything like it before! The ones I've seen either go in the dishwasher or microwave. Love this - so cute too!

Melissa Johnson

Wednesday 1st of October 2014

I love that it uses no heat, water, or chemicals.

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