Among the many things people don’t tell you about having babies: Not only will your schedule get so tight you’ll barely have time to apply moisturizer in the morning, but you’ll also hard to find a moment to refuel. moisturizer before it runs out. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve found myself freaking out ordering a replacement for an empty (but essential) cream/serum/whatever you’ve got from my phone in the bathroom before frantically examining our cabinets for backup. That’s when the baby skincare and hair products I use on my daughters start to look quite appealing.
Luckily, the under 10 beauty selection has really progressed since I was in the target demo. As I remember, at least, kids in the 90s had basically three options: Strawberry-flavored chemicals, candy-flavored chemicals, and Skin So Soft (who knows what that’s supposed to feel). But now, I could spend an entire afternoon sifting through lush-sounding kids’ body care, with all that hand-picked lavender-infused body care this and soothing calendula oil that. Basically, the selection seems to be safer, more soothing versions of adult products, often complete with cuter packaging and a lower price tag. Honestly, who doesn’t want to talk about it?
I used to collect various lotions and potions for the little ones that I originally bought for my own daughters, but have since started to “borrow” for myself regularly (and one that my all- small co-opted me). The only problem? Now I have to keep filling them too.
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