Let me take you back… 

You’re young, three or four years old. You’re running around outside playing tag. Suddenly, a loose shoe lace sneaks under one of your feet and the next thing you know you’re lying on the ground with bloody knees and tears running down your face. You pull yourself up off the floor and make your way inside your house. Doing your best impression of the wailing woman at the opera and heading straight for your room to begin the pity party for one, you see the steam wafting out of the bathroom and find a nice hot bath with your favourite toys waiting for you...

You’re a bit older now, 13 or 14. You’re running late for school. You’ve left your room in a mess because you didn’t have time to clean it in between watching TV and building that school project you left until the last minute. In a rush, you spoon cereal into your mouth, take a last sip of your orange juice, grab your bag and run out of the door. Later that afternoon when you arrive home, your room is clean, your dishes have been done and your bed is freshly made…

Fast forward a few years. You’re now entering your 20’s, and the stress of trying to figure out what you want to do with your life, on top of juggling all the responsibilities of adulthood is overwhelming. You decide to go home for a few nights to visit your family. As soon as you walk into your house, the smell of your favourite dinner fills the air and instantly you smile, relaxing from the responsibilities that you were consumed by a mere few hours ago…

Believe it or not, these things didn’t appear out of thin air. It wasn’t magic that healed your aches and pains, it wasn’t pixies or fairies that cleaned up after you and it wasn’t the food that cooked itself…

It was your mother.

They look after us when we’re young, put up with us as we grow older and continuously support us when we leave the nest. It's no secret that mothers, or mother figures, are the biggest legends around.

I’m sure, like the rest of the world, when Mother’s Day creeps up on you every year, you  feel the panic and dread of having to find your female role model something nice, meaningful, useful and sentimental all at the same time. On top of this, you feel the need to try and get her something that makes up for everything she’s done for you throughout your life. This is an impossible task at the best of times, afterall, nothing will make up for your having to go without wine for 9 months, let alone everything else she’s done for you over the years!

And while you can’t pay your mother figures back for everything she has done for you over the years, here at Show TV we are making this Mother’s Day easier than ever.

To help your role models relax, we have put together a couple of Pamper Packs, so your mother figure can take some much needed ‘me time’ this Mother’s Day and treat herself to a rare day off.

We have comprised our Pamper Packs of our most popular beauty products so your mother figure can sit back, relax and enjoy a day that’s all about her.

To give your mother figure something that she will truly love, you can choose from our following pamper packs:

Petite Pamper Pack 

  • Pure Pod Ultrasonic Cleansing Brush
  • 3 pack of Makeup Wipe Away Remover Cloths


Petite Mother's Day Pamper Pack

Petite Mother's Day Pamper Pack

Deluxe Pamper Pack

  • Pure Pod Ultrasonic Cleansing Brush 
  • 3 pack Makeup Wipe Away Remover Cloths 
  • Sistaco Foundation Nail Kit 
  • Sistaco Rose Gold Nail Powder 


Deluxe Mother's Day Pamper Pack

Deluxe Mother's day Pamper Pack

Flawless Pamper Pack

  • Pure Pod Ultrasonic Cleansing Brush
  • 3 pack Makeup Wipe Away Remover Cloths
  • Wylera Dreamwave Hair Curler (Black)


Flawless Mother's Day Pamper Pack

Flawless Mother's Day Pamper Pack

Take the stress out of this Mother’s Day with our special Pamper Packs, made for the mother figure who deserves something special.

Not all heroes wear capes, but all mothers deserve a Pamper Pack!


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