Go Back To School with Boogie Wipes! #BTS

Now that school is back and Summer is almost over, it's time for us to start thinking about Fall and Winter. Although I personally don't want to think of Winter at all, I have to admit that being prepared for it is something I have to do.

With Fall and Winter also comes the cold and flu season. Our kids unfortunately have it worse than we do when it comes to the cold and flu season. They are around their classmates five days a week, eight hours a day and so when one kid gets sick, it's definitely a high chance that your little one can and will get sick as well.

The only thing we can do as parents is be prepared for when our kiddos get sick. I like to make sure that I'm stocked up with products that will help me get through the season. One of them being Boogie Wipes. I've talked about Boogie Wipes before and wanted to just send a quick reminder on why these need to be added to your list of products to get this Fall and Winter.

Boogie Wipes are wipes that are made with Natural Saline that help dissolve mucus that's caused by the common cold. They're hypoallergenic so all kids can use them and moisturizes the nose with Vitamin E, Aloe and Chamomile. These wipes make it easier for kids to clean their nose when sick without leaving it red or sore. They come in Fresh Scent, Grape and Unscented and come in a pack of 30 count or now available in a 90 count canister. The 30 count flex pack makes it easier to take with you on the go. You can easily put them in your purse or diaper bag to have on hand when you and your little ones leave the house. 

I definitely would recommend trying Boogie Wipes if you haven't already. Your little one will thank you as I find these are so much better to use for kids instead of tissue. 

Boogie Wipes are available at Walmart, Loblaws, Real Canadian Superstore, Shoppers Drug Mart, Target, Lawton Drug’s, Toys R Us and London Drugs. The 30 count flex pack is retailed at $3.99-$4.99 and the 90 count canister is retailed at $6.99-$8.99.
Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Kandoo Ambassadorship. The opinions on this blog are 100% my own.


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