Thursday, March 6, 2014

Review: Boogie Wipes & Boogie Mist+ Giveaway

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.
For review I received:
Boogie Wipes 10ct in Fresh
Boogie Wipes 10ct in Grape
Boogie Mist in Grape

Remember as a kid, your mom wiping your nose with a dry tissue?? I sure do. It was no fun and hurt. I sure wish Boogie Wipes was around then. Although my son is 9 and no longer a baby, these wipes come in very handy. The 10ct makes it handy to leave just about anywhere from your car to your purse. They are not only great for wiping boogers away but great to clean the face as well. My son really loves the grape scented ones.  The boogie mist is very gentle and does not burn the nose like others we have tried. 

The Boogie Wipes site even has a booger facts section. Did you know that:
  •  Your sinuses can make 2 liters of mucus every day. That’s almost 8.5 cups or the equivalent of how much water you should be drinking each day!
  • Your nose is the ultimate lean, green, booger producing machine. Your nose makes mucus to prevent dust and pollen from traveling to your lungs. Some mucus is swallowed (about a quart a day) and some stays nestled in your nose. When you breathe dry air into your nose, that mucus is dried and becomes a booger.
  • The sneeziest animal is the iguana.Iguanas sneeze more often and more productively than any other animal according to Patti Wood, author of Success Signals: Understanding Body Language. Sneezing is how they rid their bodies of certain salts that are the normal byproduct of their digestive process.
  • Snot is made mostly of water. But, water is only one ingredient. Snot is also made of tiny particles that are in the air we breathe like germs, dust and pollen. When air debris gets trapped in your tiny little nose hairs, it mixes with snot or mucus and from there, can become a booger.

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Disclaimer: This product was sent to me for review purposes only. No payment was received for this review. My reviews are based on my personal opinions and experience using the item. All opinions are my own and 100%  honest.

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