Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Noodle and Boo Review

Inspired by love

"Inspired by her children's need for products developed for ultra-sensitive skin, Christine Burger founded Noodle & Boo. Working with professionals who specialize in natural, holistic skin care each exclusive formula is developed to nourish, replenish and protect especially delicate and sensitive skin. The company is lovingly named after Christine's two young children, Andrew and Matthew, also known as Noodle and Boo. More recently, on a  goodwill trip to Ethiopia, Christine met her daughter Dibora who rounds out the family perfectly."


Essential Care Kit

 Set includes Super Soft Lotion, Extra Gentle Shampoo and Soothing Body Wash.

3 products, 2 ounces each  sells for $15
The body wash is very smooth and sudsy. Gentle on my son and without a residue left on his skin. The shampoo also was very sudsy and gentle to his scalp, without irritation to his eyes. 
I did not care for the fragrance however. It was very strong and on the bottle just reads fragrance, parfum. Not really sure what the fragrance is made from? I looked online at their website to find out more and though they do use natural ingredients, organic when they can, I was unable to find specifics on what makes the scent so strong. It reminded me of an old lady with too much floral perfume on. It had a 'cheap' smell to it. I would love much more if it had a light scent such as a citrus or fruit for young kids. Babies don't need to smell like strong perfume.  I have found more eco friendly, pleasingly scented baby soaps that this. 

I did love the company mission on giving back as they donate to several great charities for kids. This just wasn't the product for us. 

You can visit Noodle and Boo Online and on Facebook
Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions. I received the above to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising.

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