This cucumber melon bath bomb smelled so good, even before I put it in the bath. This was a great addition to a nice relaxing bath time. The scent combined with the feel of the oils was perfect for my dry skin in the winter. I loved that there are only seven simple ingredients. Everything is all natural and made in the USA. Great for a fun, relaxing, worry-free bath time.
If the idea of tampons isn't scary enough, many tampons are made with chemicals that can interact with our body negatively and mess with our body chemistry. So wouldn't you want to know exactly what you are putting up your vagina?
Well, tampon and pad manufacturers aren't actually required to tell you what exact ingredients make up the entirety of their product.
Seventh Generation's pads and tampons are made from organic cotton, are chlorine free and fragrance free.
Their ingredient list is as follows:
Components: Certified organic cotton (absorbent material, cover and string), water repellent wax (string), cotton (sewing thread).
*Processed 100% totally chlorine free (hydrogen peroxide).
Product Manufactured in: Germany
Ingredient Origins: Globally Sourced
If you want a tampon or pad that won't screw with your body and works just as well as some other brands without giving your vagina a scent, try Seventh Generation.
I used the Coconut Care lotion on my one year old son who has some patches of dry skin. We used the lotion for several days after a bath and before bed. First, I noticed that it smelled wonderful, a really pleasant coconut smell. There was a little grit to the lotion that took a bit to rub in, but I just turned it into a massage. Some small white bits were left on the skin after a while a rubbing, but came off with a soft cloth. After several days of use my son's skin seemed to improve. I really enjoyed the natural ingredients and how gentle and effective it is.
A sample of this product was received for free in return for an honest review.
Carrot Tiny Wafers
At eleven months old my son is just getting in his two top teeth. He has been eating solids for a while now, but has taken a strike to vegetables now that they are not in puree form. So, when I saw these tiny wafers, I thought they would be great to try. My son was instantly interested in them, the bright colors and new shape and texture helped. He was able to pick them up easily and had no trouble mashing them with only three teeth. I'm pretty sure he ate half a box in one sitting. For some added calories for my skinny boy, I dipped these in some hummus. I tried one myself, they're pretty good!
I love that these carrot wafers are all organic with an easy list of ingredients such as organic wheat flour, organic carrot puree and organic banana powder. They are a healthy, lightweight and easy snack for around the house or on the go. I really like that they offer a convenient way to get vegetables into my tiny human. They also work well to practice fine motor skills with self-feeding and a great snack for teething little ones.
Apple Tiny Wafers
My son has always loved anything with apple, so I knew these apple tiny wafers from Sweetie Pie Organics would be a hit. These wafers are a great snack on-the-go when applesauce or apple piece are too much to handle. The wafers are great for little hands and practice for self-feeding. For a little calorie boost, I add some peanut butter. Right now, they are wonderful for teething offering a healthy, organic alternative to some other teething treats.
I tried one myself and the apple flavor is not overpowering and there is a bit of cinnamon taste so these are also a good way to open up flavor profiles. I love that all of the ingredients are organic and things that I know such as organic wheat powder, organic apple juice, and organic cinnamon.
Sweet Beet Tiny Wafers
The sweet beet wafers took a little getting used to. They definitely have a unique flavor, not bad, but different. These are a great for introducing different flavors to your child's palate. We put a little cream cheese on the wafer and they were a huge hit. Great for teething and learning how to self-feed, the wafer shape is just wonderful. Light weight and not very messy, these are great for snacking around the house or on the go.
I love that these are certified organic, have a full serving of vegetable and offer a great way to get veggies down my little one without a struggle. With ingredients such as organic parsnip powder, organic beet juice and organic carrot puree I also know exactly what I am feeding my little one.
Sweetie Pie Organics
My seven month old son has amassed a pretty good amount of bath paraphernalia in his short life and it quickly overtook space in our tiny bathroom, a storage device that did not take up a lot of room was needed. This simple mesh pouch with suction cups seemed perfect. I quickly filled it with his selection of rubber duckies and sponges and hung it on the bathtub wall only to have it fall off about 30 seconds later. I ended up having to mess with the suction cups for a bit, since they were really stiff. Soaking in warm water did the trick and also soaking the area of the shower wall where I wanted to hang it. Simple, space saving, it does the trick.
I received size two Seventh Generation Free and Clear Baby Diapers for my seven month-old son. He is about 16 pounds and long and lean, these diapers gave him really good coverage for his body shape. While we usually cloth diaper, we do use disposables while on the go. I love that these are an environmentally friendly option that are chlorine free and have a wood pulp 'fluff.' He wore them for several hours while out and about during the day without any skin irritation, blowouts or leaks. I also tried them on an overnight with about six hours of uninterrupted sleep and they held up! A great option for those who want to be environmentally conscious and with a super cute forest friends design!
This product was received for free in return for an honest review.
I used the Seventh Generation Free and Clear Laundry detergent for my seven month-old's laundry. He has sensitive skin and 'free and clear' detergents tend to work best for him. I did a wash of our cloth diapers and a wash of clothes to test out this detergent. I have a high efficiency washer and do most wash in cold water. For the cloth diapers, I did need to use a double dose of the detergent to get the smell out, but otherwise the diapers were clean, no stains and did not irritate his skin when worn again. For his clothes a single dose worked fine and got out food stains that had been pre-treated. Most of all, I enjoyed that we had no skin issues and that this 97% bio-based detergent is better for the Earth.
This product sample was received for free in return for an honest review.
I have been using the ibaby monitor for a few weeks now and it has been really fun! First of all, installation was super easy, I did it all by myself; just plugged in and downloaded the app, and then I was ready to go. Now, I already have a monitor over my six-month old’s crib, so I put this monitor looking out at his swing where he naps and his play area with his ExerSaucer. It does need to be near a power source and plugged in. It’s great for monitoring him while he is awake and playing when I have to leave the room or when I am at work. This would also be perfect for a nanny cam. The video comes through very clear and with full color, the camera is able to pan all the way around so I can follow his movements. It is also very easy to follow him with just a swipe of my finger on the ipad. Without the separate wall mount, I’m afraid this wouldn’t work so well as a crib monitor. Some of the features that I really enjoy are not only monitoring his sounds, but being able to talk to him through the ipad. It’s really cute to see him turn towards the camera when he hears my voice. There is a pretty good delay from when you speak until when the sound comes out through the monitor, though and for when you are listening. The camera is also pretty cool; I can take pictures right from the monitor screen when I’m away. There is also the option to play some lullabies right through the monitor; however, I haven’t tried this yet as I’m afraid it would just wake him right back up. The sound and motion sensor alerts are great for when I’m not near, but when I’m right next to the camera, there is a lot of clicking and whirring happening.
I use these wipes with my six month-old who has sensitive skin. I usually use cloth wipes with water, but when we are on-the-go these work well and are a good environmentally friendly option. After using them on and off for a week, we had no skin issues. The wipes are a little bigger and thicker than some others, so I could use less for cleaning up messes. I also liked that they are safe to use on hands and faces for cleaning up food messes. As a bonus, the design on the wipe is really cute, too.
This product was received for free in return for an honest review.
I used this product on my 5 month old son and it worked wonderfully. I use cloth diapers and the all natural oils are compatible with the microfiber in the diapers, so it did not clog up. The very first day I used some of the balm on the diaper area where I could see a rash forming and the rash was gone by the end of the day. After that, I have used it daily as a preventative and have not had a rash since. The stick format is nice for larger areas, but a little too big for small crevices. The combination of oils, butters and flowers smells pretty good, too!
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