Sunday, June 8, 2014

Review: Fresh Kidz Deodorants

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.**

Fresh Kidz boy's deodorant.jpeg
Fresh Kidz boy's deodorant
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Fresh Kidz girl's deodorant
Children are maturing into puberty at a faster pace compared to past generations.  Whether it is the food and how it is grown, processed, preserved, or modified with new chemicals and additives or environmental factors to blame, this occurrence is happening sooner. Therefore, you need to help your kids out of what could be an embarrassing situation earlier than ever.

Reminding them of the importance of proper daily hygiene and the benefits of using a deodorant is a good place to start.  Since the idea of chemicals on young, developing bodies is worrisome, I suggest a safer alternative of what showed up at our house from UK brand, Keep It Kind with their natural deodorants now available in the United States called Fresh Kidz ($4.99), formulated in two scents for boys and girls between 8 and 14.
Fresh Kidz works by controlling the growth of bacteria itself for up to 24-hours according to the advertising without aluminum, parabens, and alcohol to block their vulnerable pores. Furthermore, these roll-on deodorants are dermatologist-tested for sensitive skin.

Daily bathing is law in my house so I can’t judge if that time frame is accurate, but I can tell you after a typical day, Fresh Kidz does lighten up what was a more offensive aroma when near the same sweaty kids.

Learn more at the We Keep It Kind website or buy at Amazon, Meijer, some Whole Foods, Giant, and Stop & Shop locations.                

*Disclaimer: Free products were provided to facilitate this review--not my opinion.*


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