Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Boogie Wipes Review & Giveaway:




With fall/winter coming up who can’t use a little help with the nose department? Its so hard to teach your kid to blow their nose properly and to teach them to get the boogies off good. My son always picked up on blowing his nose right away cause we dealt with allergies and was always forcing him to blow his nose. My youngest though, makes such a mess! I was very excited to review these and share with fellow moms and dads!

They were invented by two mom’s. Boogie wipes was invented in 2007 as a solution to their kids’ runny red noses. Since then they have made it into 30,000 retail stores nationwide.

Boogie Moms

Here are some of the ways Boogie Wipes are different from regular wipes:

  • Made with Natural Saline to Dissolve Mucus
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Alcohol Free
  • Moisturize with Vitamin E, Aloe and Chamomile
  • Fun Scents Kids Love
  • Gentle Enough for All Ages
  • Phthalate & Paraben Free

My kids thought these were the best, cause their nose didn’t get sore when they kept having to blow it. Of course as soon as we got these in the mail we had a cold floating around our house, so we were able to get right to reviewing them! I got the a 30 count container that we kept in easy reach for the kids to use.. and some individual grape ones, which I sent to school with my to older to keep on hand if needed. They loved that they smelled like grape. (always the little things that please them) I loved that I didn’t have to go behind my kids and re wipe their nose, cause they were able to do a good job getting the boogies with the wipe. I also liked that their was so much less complaining about blowing the nose, cause it didn’t hurt them. In the occasions we got some dried on boogies, they came off easily without fuss with the wipes as well. I’m wondering why I haven’t found these before! They are a life saver and affordable!

Buy it:  From their website or these local stores… The prices range from $2.99 - $3.99 unless you go for the big Diaper cake! Plus they come in different scents.

Win it: Boogie Wipes has generously offered one of my readers (2) 30-count packs of Boogie Wipes.

Giveaway ends October 30th at 10pm EST…Winner will be pick by and they will have 48hrs to respond or I pick a new one. So be sure to leave me an email address.

To Enter: Tell me something special you do to try to make your child feel better when they are sick??

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Thanks to the Boogie Moms for the opportunity to review these. I was given a product  in return for my
opinion., I was not paid to write this.


Berry Patch said...

Those sound seriously cool. Never heard of them. I'd love to win. When the kids are sick, they get free range of the remote (within reason) & can eat on the couch. ;-)

Berry Patch said...

I'm a follower too. ;-)

Kristen Andrews said...

who couldn't use these

Kristen Andrews said...

follow your blog

Kristen Andrews said...

following on twitter

Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

I give my girls extra cuddle time when they are sick. I definitely baby them and check on them/pray over them at night.

Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

following you on twitter

Amy's Blah, Blah, Blogging said...

Tweeted about the giveaway.

julie said...

When my kids are sick they get to sleep in our room with us.

julie said...

I follow your blog

Stacey said...

I give my son color tablets in the bath when he's sick so he'll stay there longer.
stacey at staceyworld dot com

Stacey said...

I'm following you on twitter.

Anonymous said...

If it's my daughter who is sick we set up our bedroom for her - she loves to snuggle in our big bed and read books. If it's my son, it usually means a trip to the hospital. Sigh.

Kelly said...

My daughter gets to nurse more (she's almost weaned but still loves her mama milk) when she's sick. My son is far beyond that, but we usually cuddle on the couch with him and either read to him or let him watch one of his favorite shows. The TV was a good way to get him to relax after his croup episodes where we had to do the steam and cold air routines when he woke up unable to breathe. Scary for a little guy.

Julie said...

Guess you could say "I wait on them :

make sure they are comfortable, play games, give them hugs

Julie said...

follow blog