Product Review

#BoogieWipes – Kids Will Enjoy Wiping!

boogie wipes

 

Do you have kids?  If you do then boogies are a part of life – they just are.  Not too much you can do about it.  However, you can help your children be more comfortable and more willing to wipe with Boogie Wipes.

 

My kids (and me actually) have allergies.  Mostly seasonal but caused by some other irritants also.  Allergies = runny nose.  However, it has been such a battle to get them to wipe their noses or blow their noses.  I totally “get it”.  When I was younger my nose would become so sore and chapped from all that wiping and blowing.  As I got older I have figured out how to lessen that problem but with kids it is a little more difficult.  They aren’t always gentle on their noses when they wipe – they want to get back to what they are doing.  Well now they are willing to wipe – that means so many fewer germs for everyone else.  I feel so much more comfortable knowing they are dealing with their runny noses in a more sanitary fashion.

 

Boogie Wipes are made with saline to dissolve boogies (mucus) caused by the common cold, allergies or otherwise booger-filled kid moments. Extra soft and scented in Great Grape, Fresh Scent, Magic Menthol (for extra stuffy noses), Simply Unscented and Boogieberry, Boogie Wipes are recommended by Pediatricians as a gentle, effective alternative to a dry tissue.

 

You can purchase them in different sizes as well as having the ability to purchase special Boogie Mist which is a gentle saline mist.  I will definitely be placing orders for the 90 count packages.  Probably several orders – my husband and I work in schools so these will be very helpful to have even there.

 

Coupons are also available for your purchase.

 

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