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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Kandoo wipes & Hand Sanitizer



Introducing Pampers Kandoo ALL NEW Line of Kid Friendly products - Handsoap, Shampoo, Body Wash and Hand Sanitizer specifically designed to help children get clean on their own.

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  • Made with natural ingredients to promote healthy skin and hair
  • Mild formulas with no sulfates, parabens or phthalates
  • Easy to use pumps and great scents that make kids want to get clean
  • Unique bottles that are designed to be fun and easy to use
 I was given a bottle of Hand Sanitizer and a package of Kandoo wipes for review. My son is potty trained and was a bit hesitant to try the wipes. Mommy knows best because a few days later he said it hurt to go and asked for the wipes. We opened the package together and he immediately went *yum*, It smells good Mommy! He felt like a big boy using the wipes and loved how soft they were.

These wipes are a must have during potty training. If you have trained a toddler then you already know you need every trick you think of to ease them through the process. I wish I had bought these when we first started. My son complained about the feeling immediately. We made sure he drank lots of fluids and plenty of fiber. Gentle wipes are a plus. Pst there is no reason adults can't use these too ;-)













It's amazing how toddlers love playing with water except when they need to clean themselves. Kandoo Hand Sanitizer is the solution to dirty hands and germs. It is alcohol free and kills 99% germs. A sinus bug just went through the house and these were a blessing. Trying to teach a toddler to blow their nose is as hard as potty training. Seriously how do you teach little ones to blow out their nose and not their mouth? The container also fits the cup holder in our car. Plus for trips to the store. Kid tested age 1.5-3.5 ;-)






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