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I love styling my hair. Straight, curl, waves and braids are just some of my favorites. There’s something about a good hairstyle that gives my confidence and self-esteem a boost. You know when even if you don’t have makeup, or wearing a simple outfit, but your hair falls just right and has just the right bounce then that is enough to make you feel great. I guess a lot of women and even men feels the same way that’s why there’s a quote that says that happiness is a good hair day. My hair is truly my crowning glory that’s why I make sure to choose the right hair products that will help make me style my hair the way I want and will make it healthy, shiny or even add volume. There are lots of hair products in the market but honestly, in my opinion, you don’t really have to spend that much because there are lots of great hair products that are effective but affordable. And when it comes to my hair products I shop at Kroger.Continue reading
My daughter is 15 months old and she has sensitive skin especially on her bottom. Choosing the right shampoos and lotion can be difficult. I want to take good care of my daughter’s skin. We have been using the Baby Mantra all natural baby bath products at night at bed time.
We first started off using the Baby Mantra Newborn Shampoo and Body Wash. There are several reasons why I chose this product. The Baby Mantra newborn shampoo and body wash is allergy tested, it is all natural, organic, contains No toxins, No artificial preservatives or dyes, No chemicals and is NPA certified and gluten-free. That means to me this is safe and should not harm my daughter’s sensitive skin. My only question with products like these is how well does it work? I let my daughter play outside, crawl in the grass and learn about the great outdoors so I wanted to see how well does it work on her skin? Well, It worked very well. I just used about a quarter size amount for her body and for her hair. She doesn’t have much hair to begin with!!! But in the end she was clean and she didn’t receive a rash or break out later. She did smell great however! The shampoo and wash contains coconut oil and has aloe in it as well.
After we tested the wash I decided to try the Calming Lotion and Calming Massage Oil. Again she had no bad reactions from either of these products. The lotion was not to thick or running which is great. And the massage oil was great because Madison’s legs and arms tend to get really dry skin especially when the weather changes to Fall and Winter. She gets eczema in the crease of her arms and behind her legs. So keeping her skin moisturized with this lotion really seemed to help and her eczema went away. Which is worth every penny to me!!
We tried the 3-1 Bubble bath newborn shampoo and wash a few days ago but I only used it as a bubble bath. When you read the back of the bottle it says for ages 3 and up. It also says to avoid the eyes so I was afraid that it would be to sensitive for her to use as a shampoo and could hurt her eyes. So for now I will stick with the Newborn Shampoo and body wash for now. Though my daughter loved the bubbles. First time she’s seen them and flipped out in excitement. We had fun!!
So tonight I tried the Baby Mantra detangling conditioner even though my beautiful daughters hair isn’t that long but I wanted to see how it would do and how well. Madison’s hair feels so silky smooth and smells amazing! The smell of lavender is so very relaxing and she feel asleep fast tonight after her bath. So no complaints here! I would definately recommend this product to any child but mainly if your child has sensitive skin or has eczema because like I said after a few uses her eczema cleared up and her skin is very soft!
This 2013 our goal is to save more money! MadameDeals is all about Making Dollar$ Out of Change, so everyday we will be sharing some useful and simple tips that we can easily do. Saving a few buck$ may not be a lot, but if you will combine all the savings that you can get within a year, I’m sure you’ll all be surprised with the result.
Our budget saving tip for today is on how you can save on shampoo!
When bathing, instead of pouring large amount of shampoo at once, our tip is to pour small amount first and repeat the process.
First use about a quarter sized amount of shampoo. Yes, it won’t lather much, but you will get the surface dirt off. Next rinse.
Then repeat the process with the same quarter sized amount of shampoo. This time the shampoo lathers really well! Rinse and use conditioner if needed.
You may doubt it at first, but try it and it will work. By using two smaller amounts, you save about 50% on shampoo!
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