Wednesday, August 28, 2013

8/28/13: Mother's Therapy Organics - Keeping Germs Away Naturally

Hand Sanitizer has become a staple in our society.  I always have one in my purse, when we had a diaper bag I had one in there, and usually have one in my car.  You never know when you will need it.  I recently was introduced to Mother's Therapy Organics products and they are wonderful.  I love sharing great new products and wanted to share this one with you at Back to School time when germs are at their highest.
Everyone loves Organic products.  Mother's Therapy Organics is a woman-owned company that strives to provide parents with healthy options for our children.  All their products are safe, natural and include organic ingredients.  My favorite is the Hand Sanitizer that can bought at Amazon.  I love the convenient clip allowing easy access to it.  Plus it has a fresh cucumber smell.  I have to be honest sometimes I get sucked in to buying scents like jelly donut and peanut butter and jelly and then are sickened after the smell after using it a few times.  This has a clean and not chemical smell that is light and not overpowering.   
It has a 99.9% germ-kill ratio and dries really quickly.  Plus because it uses natural alcohol it can leave skin softer than before you use it.  Plus it has aloe vera-based lotion in it.  My hands definitely felt softer.
The Germ Fighting Hand Lotion also felt luxurious.  Just a small amount is needed.  It is also non-greasy and water based so it does not go on thick.  It is great for diaper changes too as it is great for your hands and baby's newborn skin.  It can also be purchased at Amazon.
I don't really use Baby Lotion any more but I will give this to a friend with a young baby.  It is a natural alternative to rubs or creams and soothes sensitive areas.  You can also purchase it on Amazon.
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Disclosure:  I was provided these Mother's Therapy Organics products for review purposes.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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