Friday, August 1, 2014

Eco-friendly Family SkinCare From Live Clean

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I've never met someone who didn't like the sweet smell of a fresh and clean baby. They're so sweet and cuddly that it's hard to resist laying soft kisses on top of their heads! It seems that lately everyone I know is having babies. I've been so excited to get to shop for baby gifts, and unlike when our parents were having kids our generation has lots of eco-friendly options. When you're taking baby steps to find "greener" ways to live, it's nice to find products that easily work into your life. Parents will be happy to discover Live Clean baby care products offering all the good...without the bad. The perfect baby shower gift set!
Live Clean's Tearless Shampoo and Wash is perfect for baby's first bath at home protecting their sensitive skin by only including certified organic botanicals. I remember the first time I gave the Booper a bath at home, I was so nervous that I wasn't sure I was doing everything right. New parents have so many worries they shouldn't have to worry about their baby's skin care products having bad junk in them. Live Clean products are plant derived, sulfate and paraben free! I loved washing the Booper's baby hair and spiking up the little dark brown locks of hair into a mohawk. (don't tell me you've never tried that with your baby)
When you're in a hurry the Moisturizing Baby Bath is perfect for quick clean simply add half of a cap full to your baby's bath water and swirl until it's mixed in. Wash baby quickly without a fuss and get that fresh baby smell in a hurry. After every bath baby needs that moisture locked into their delicate skin so be sure to use Live Clean's Baby Lotion. Babies skin can get dry any time of day so throw your lotion into your diaper bag for quick refreshers throughout the day. I loved using lotion on the Boop when we were out and about. Not only did it keep his skin moisturized it would keep him smelling great after a diaper change too. Plus moms don't mind getting moisturized skin at the same time as baby. If you're looking for an eco-friendly hand lotion for yourself Live Clean offers full product lines for adults as well!

Visit Live Clean and shop their Baby, Kids and Adult products for your family and take your next baby step to living green today! Chat with other fans of Live Clean on Facebook and Twitter!

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27 comments:

  1. We are using cloth diapers and wipes.

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  2. We recycle a lot more than we used to.

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  3. We recycle and use reusable containers whenever possible

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  4. I grew up in the 50"s and we did NOT have so much garbage as we do today! I cringe when I see people using the "wipes" in a can! Just dilute your fav cleaner in a good spray bottle and use RAGS and wash the rags, people! People use paper towels like it was free or something, use rags! Buy in bulk, you save money and you just re-use your containers over and over... much less waste.

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  5. We are working on slowly replacing cleaning products and bath items to green alternatives.

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  6. We used cloth diapers and wipes. We compost and recycle and ride our bikes a lot.

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  7. We try to use non chemical cleaners, cloth diapers/wipes, and careful about anything next to my little guy's skin. I actually use live clean baby and it smells/works amazing! My little guy has eczema and this is one soap that does not make it worse!

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  8. I have a rag bag which I use for cleaning instead of paper towels, I make eco friendly cleaners and I switched to eco friendly detergent.

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  9. I recycle everything possible and compost kitchen waste.

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  10. I reuse everything that I can. I have cut down on paper towel use also.

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  11. We garden, recycle, compost and make our own bug repellent with essential oils from our plants!

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  12. We recycle and try to buy green items whenever possible

    Nathansmommy619(at)aol(dot)com

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  13. I have been vegan for 13 years, so that was a pretty big step. I have finally convinced my husband to convert our electricity to solar, so that will be a project he starts after we get back from our cruise next month.

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  14. Cleaning with vinegar, using reusable menstrual products, recycling.

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  15. Making my own hand soap with essential oils.

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  16. We recycle, conserve water and use only cloth for lunches and groceries.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  17. My daughters and I have been going green with feminine hygiene, bath products, hair products, eating organic and natural foods, bedding, clothing. Not cheap but better in the end.

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  18. We recycle and always try to buy only green products

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  19. I've tried to reduce waste by cutting up old tshirts and turning them into useful or crafty things: I use them as clean up cloths for household spills, napkins for meals, wipes for kiddo's bum, reusuable tote bags, braided dog chew toys, and even funky and colorful handmade earrings

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  20. I have been green way before being green was called being green. I have had a compost pile for years. I recycled way back when ya had to haul the recycle in yourself no trucks stopped by once a week back in the 80's. The newest thing I have begun doing is using glass straws. It is a small thing but every little bit helps. I love my glass straws they are cute! They are dishwasher safe too so no worries of contamination.

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  21. We use reusable products over disposable when possible, we do not use paper plates or paper towels etc. We use rechargeable batteries. My entire family has reusable water bottles so we avoid buying bottled water (so wasteful!!). We buy used whenever possible. We also do not do much driving. We are big on combining trips, walking, and biking. I use public transit and my husband carpools.

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  22. I raise chickens and some veggies in my garden.

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