Happy Future is a ‘real organic’ product from France, and certified as ‘pure, natural and organic’ by European Union agencies. Made with all natural olive oil and extract of lime, this hypoallergenic product contains no nut oils or anything harmful to baby. Happy Future products have just a whiff of French vanilla evaporating quickly leaving baby smelling natural and clean.
Naturally rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, this lotion (liniment) works well all day long to protect baby from diaper rash. Nothing harsh, all gentle and loving, we know of babies who at age 6 months have never had a rash! You will love it, we promise.
A very fine crème that quickly absorbs into baby’s skin! Use just an itty-biddy amount and see the results. Moms can use it and we have found dads love it on their face after shaving.
Bath and Gel
Nothing is better for baby’s hair than this gentle wash also perfect for little bodies. French vanilla scent quickly disperses and baby shines with cleanliness and radiant health. Good for toddlers, too.
All natural and organic ingredients dissolve impurities and dirt from baby’s skin ever so gently. Use when baby won’t bathe a quick and thorough cleansing lotion/milk that tickles baby’s senses. Moms love the simplicity and ease this product brings to daily upkeep; remove after application with a dry cloth and this non-rinse formulation works perfectly.
Giveaway ends June 1 at 11:59pm, open to US residents only, ages 18+. Brought to you by Happy Future and Mom to Bed by 8.
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