Tell us why you love BOOGIE WIPES and #win! #SnotStoppers

{Disclaimer: I am a part of Saline Ambassadors representing the Boogie Wipes brand. In exchange for my honest review, I receive a saline kit to share with consumers. All opinions are honest and are my own. This blog and other team members/bloggers are not responsible for prize shipment.}

Team Snot Stoppers is an amazing group of ladies who represent the Boogie Wipes brand as Saline Ambassadors.We work together to spread the good word of Boogie Wipes and other great saline products brought to you by Boogie Wipes and Pampers Kandoo. Boogie Wipes are mom invented product, so you know it’s made with keeping the needs of children in mind.

* These wipes are made from saline, a natural product. These are great to keep on hand in the winter months and allergy season!
* Because Boogie Wipes are made from saline, you don’t have to worry about red sore nose on your little one. We’ve had too much of that this long, dry winter! You can also check out Boogie Mist, which is a saline spray for little noses!
* Boogie Wipes teach healthy habits. Instead of using their sleeve, children can use Boogie Wipes to clean their noses. It helps keep the spread of nasty germs and bacteria to a minimum.
* Boogie Wipes are inexpensive and available at most retailers. You can buy Boogie Wipes almost anywhere including Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, and Target. And coupons are always available too!
* They are a mom made business.  Boogie Wipes started small and continues to encourage moms who are interested in being entrepreneurs. You can read more about the Boogie Wipes story.
Now it’s your turn! Tell us why YOU love Boogie Wipes. You can tell us by tweeting from the entry form or in a blog comment. Use the Giveaway Tools form below to win!

Hi! I’m Farrah, the blogger behind New and Natural Mom. I’m a follower of Christ, wife, homeschool mom of five, and am passionate about natural living! You can find things related to natural living, parenting, homeschooling, and other general lifestyle topics. Be sure to follow along on social media!

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  1. February 19, 2014 / 4:46 pm

    I used them to remove makeup from my sons face painting and it came off like a charm.

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