That's why I'm so excited Cotton Babies now carries No Regrets hand and body soap and Cool Calm Collected hand and body lotion.
I first tried Cool Calm Collected last fall. Our kind friends at Better Life* sent a bottle over to our booth at ABC, since our hands were getting a little dried out from stuffing and un-stuffing microfiber inserts a hundred times a day as we demonstrated to retailers. Microfiber is great at wicking away moisture and by the end of day two it was beginning to show on my skin. Cool Calm Collected has a light, natural scent, is lightweight enough to dry quickly, but nourishes your skin with natural ingredients. Best of all, it doesn't leave a greasy feeling like some lotions. Now that it's summer, it's my lotion of choice for my skin after a shower (especially for freshly shaved legs).
After that great experience, I didn't hesitate in trying No Regrets hand soap for our family. Winter is always the most harsh on my skin and this was the first year I didn't have dry, scaly skin all winter long. Our family has tried a variety of Better Life hand soap scents and No Regrets' citrus mint is the hands down favorite of our children. We have it at every sink in our house. The bottles are very generous, which is handy for large families. Those little budget bottles we used previously not only dried our skin, but were annoying to have to refill constantly.
After months of use, these Better Life products are my favorite way to keep my skin smooth and hydrated without feeling greasy. Now these two great products will make it into my baby shower gifts for moms of more than one! Don't forget, with Cotton Babies free economy shipping with no minimum purchase, these could be sitting next to your sink soon, without a trip to the store.
*Better Life is another great parent-owned, environmentally-friendly company headquartered in the St. Louis, MO area. They didn't ask for this review, we just love their products a lot and stock them to share them with your family. For more information about the company, their vision and history, visit their website CleanHappens.com