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Instagram Competition with Artefact Laboratories

Artefact vegan anti ageing food suppliment Hello so I’m guessing a few of you are here because you’ve seen my latest post on Instagram and would like to know more? If that is the case then Hello!! Welcome to ‘Ettie and Me’ – if you’d like to have a little look around, then you can find out more about us here.

If you’re a regular reader just stopping by for a chat, then hello to you too… I have something very exciting that I think you may be interested in! A couple of weeks ago I was contacted by ‘Artefact Laboratories‘ asking me if I’d would like to try out their new vegan friendly food supplement ‘Concept 2’ which is has been designed to help combat ageing and provide younger looking skin.

Alleluia!!! You may have heard me shouting from the rooftops!! With a toddler that can out party myself and her Daddy most nights, we haven’t had a full night sleep since 2016 and the late night disco’s have definitely taken their toll on my eye bags! I was over the moon to be asked to try something that could work with my insides to help combat ageing and I loved the idea that all of the ingredients were natural and both vegan and vegetarian friendly.

The problem is, when I read the small print, as is the case with most things that can help a mother look good (Revitalash you were worth the wait!). Artefact isn’t actually suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women (sob sob). Because I’m currently 7 months pregnant and do intend to breastfeed, I didn’t want the pills to be sitting in my cupboard for upwards of 12 months loosing potency and so I’ve decided to share the wealth and run an Instagram Giveaway to help you all look a million bucks instead (you can thank me later!!)

All I ask is that if they do work, could you please report back and let me know!! With two tiny disco dancers to keep me awake past midnight for the next year or so, I’m going to need all the help I can get once I’m done breastfeeding.

And so a little more about the product…

Well Artefact Laboratories is actually one of the first British based vitamin lines which always makes me happy as I love supporting UK brands. The vitamins themselves have been formulated by doctors using a range of natural ingredients to improve the overall health of the body and mind, rather than just targeting particular deficiencies.

So for example, to assist with the delivery of younger looking skin, the body needs collagen. The idea behind Artefact’s Concept 2 is that instead of taking a collagen supplement, Artefact will help balance the body and mind, promoting a more robust immune system, which in turn will lead to an increase in the body’s own natural collagen production – thereby providing more of a combative, corrective and enhancing agent which works against premature ageing.

The benefits of the Supplement are listed below , however more information can be found from their website ; Artefact Concept 2

  • Anti-Aging;
  • Improved Healing;
  • Reduced Insomnia;
  • Increased Collage Production;
  • Increased Antioxidating Potential;
  • Energy Boost, Natural Sunscreen;
  • Anti-Inflammatory;
  • Reduced Cortisol or Stress Level;
  • Hair, Nails & Skin Health Boost

All you have to do to enter is visit my latest Instagram post ‘Artefact Giveaway’ and follow the rules beneath the picture (follow myself and @Artefact.laboratory/ tag a friend). I’ve four prizes up for grabs, each consisting of two months supply of Artefact Concept 2 Anti-Ageing & Aesthetics food supplement (180 pills)

If you’d like to buy yourself some in advance they are available to buy via Amazon here Artefact Concept II

Artefact’s Concept II is suitable for vegan, it is registered by The Vegan Society – One of the world oldest and most reputable vegan organisations.

Please note that the food supplements are not medicine, positive effects are normally shown in long-term with regular consumption (some exceptional users might experience immediate effect as everyone has a unique health condition). Food supplements are not supposed to substitute fresh food and other natural nutritions. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, the statement contained on the labels does not imply that these products have any medicinal properties or use, if you are taking any prescribed medication or have any medical conditions always consult your doctor, pharmacist or health care professional before taking vitamins or supplements.



  1. 17th May 2018 / 2:34 pm

    This sounds like an amazing supplement I’ve never heard of this range before. Heading over to your Instagram now! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub with this xox

  2. aliduke79hotmailcom
    17th May 2018 / 3:26 pm

    These sound like a dream come true lol.

  3. Alana - Burnished Chaos
    20th May 2018 / 8:38 pm

    Ooh, I’ve never heard of this before but it sounds amazing. I could definitely do with help an all these areas!
    Thank you for joining the #FamilyFunLinky x

  4. 24th May 2018 / 8:11 am

    This sounds fab! I think all mums could do with this supplement! #fortheloveofblog

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