Sunday, November 28, 2010

EcoStore USA Baby Body Wash and Shampoo Review + Cyber Monday 60% off Code

When I decide what brands to buy for baby products I do my best to match a good price with a brand that is good for the earth. Since my budget does not always allow for me to buy eco friendly products I was pleased to find a online store that carries products that are green and a reasonable price. For my 1st Birthday Bash event EcoStore USA allowed us to review the Baby Body Wash and Baby Shampoo. Their products contain what they have termed "No Nasty Chemicals" you can read the big list of what harmful chemicals there products do not contain here. A few I was glad to see not in their products are no chlorine, ammonia, or parabens.

I enjoyed the smell of the of both of the products. They have a subtle lavender scent that is pleasing and not overwhelming. A little does go a long way with these products as well. We have been using them for the last couple weeks and are just now at the end of the bottles. The body wash worked well on him but I do have to say the shampoo required a bit more scrubbing than his regular soap to get his hair clean. I do think the extra scrubbing is well worth not exposing him to harmful chemicals that are found in most soaps. I would also love to try their Baby Sleepytime Bath that contains a mixture of lavender and geranium.

 EcoStore USA is having a 60% off Sale for Cyber Monday on November 29th, one day only!  Use the code TX883 in the coupon code box at checkout. All orders over $25 receive free shipping.

For sale info and coupon codes you can follow EcoStore USA on Twitter and Facebook.

*I was not paid for this post. This post is my own opinion and may vary from others. I was sent for free 2 baby bath care products for this review post for free.


Unknown said...

With the new baby in the house I am looking for more "green" products to use. And you are right extra scrubbing is worth it.


Shannon said...

The body wash sounds good but I don't really like the idea of the extra scrubbing needed to get the hair clean with the shampoo. :)

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