December 15, 2010

Nourish-ment

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Nourish Baby Organics is a new sponsor (and I admit I love their design and packaging as much as I love that they are free of chemicals and unnatural preservatives.) Nourish is also currently offering 20% off your purchase using code "Stephanie20", ends 12/22.

I've been using the Organic Sweet Orange Wash for the kids and myself (I love the scent!) and the Lavender Balm for some severe dry skin on one of my kiddos. It's been working great, and actually much better than the California Baby products we've used in the past. And you know me and my word and that I mean that.


WIN!
Nourish Baby Organics is giving away a Lavender Wash and Lavender Balm. Open to winners in US and Canada. Leave a comment here letting me know what else you'd like to try from the Nourish line, or what you currently use at home for yourself or your little ones.


Nourish sent the orange wash and lavender balm for me to try, and is providing the items for giveaway.

I'll choose one winner at random from the comments sometime after Tuesday December 21.

Congrats to the winner: Tristina!




95 comments:

  1. Would love to try something new.

    We currently use on Jessica (our littlest) California Baby and Yes to Carrots...Our bigs use Trader Joe's Tee Tree Soap and they use the Yes to Carrots moisturizer.

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  2. Oooo, awesome! My oldest son has severely dry skin on his hands! Regular lotions are helping much :( I'd love to try the balm. (thanks!)

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  3. i would love to use the coconut wash. i put a glob of coconut oil in my kids bath water and it does such awesome things for their skin!


    lmtroyer@hotmail.com

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  4. We are still on the look for the perfect products for our family.
    I love the sound of their coconut products.

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  5. So great to hear about this fantastic company. I'd love to try the coconut wash.

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  6. I'm joining the coconut group! Looks yummy. Thanks for this giveaway!

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  7. I would love to try the coconut wash. It sounds very interesting. Being free of chemicals would be a great thing.

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  8. I currently use Johnson's Naturals for my little one, but I haven't been impressed. His skin is still dry and the scent is odd.

    demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. The orange wash sounds great to me as well--fresh scent.

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  10. Oh i wonder how the coconut balm would work on my psoriasis? I wanna try that!

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  11. I'd love to try that on my kiddos (and myself!) We use Mustela, since they changed their formula

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  12. I would LOVE to try their balm! Olivia has some horrible dry skin right now and we've tried EVERYTHING we can think of and nothing is working! Poor thing...

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  13. I'd love to try that balm too! I developed excema on my hands after having my kiddos (too much hand washing I guess, darn all those dirty diapers). Fun giveaway!

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  14. I must admit that the coconut wash sounds delightful!! (although I'm a sucker for lavender lately, since I've been using a lavender goat's milk bar on myself.) Currently I'm using Yes to Carrots foaming wash and shampoo on the baby and love that it's foaming and gentle. :)

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  15. Ooh coconut wash sounds yummy. I'd love to try that. But the balm would be really great for evie's dry skin.

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  16. I wold love to try the Coconut Wash. Yum!

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  17. Mmm, oranges. I'd love to try anything! We have dry skin patches here and there, maybe I'll try the lavender balm next.

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  18. I would love to try the Coconut Balm. My poor baby gets really bad dry skin in the winter. We are always looking for something new or something to get rid of those dry patches easier.

    I might still buy it anyway with the discount. Thanks for sharing about this company.

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  19. I would love to try the Coconut wash, I just love the smell of coconut!

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  20. The sweet orange wash sounds yummy!

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  21. My sons skin is in some serious need of this balm! This winter weather is taking its toll!
    Thanks for sharing this with us!

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  22. Would love to try the Organic Coconut Wash!

    Kamberdawn at gmail dot com

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  23. Id love to try the organic cocunut wash and balm!

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  24. The packaging of a product is important. Looks like good stuff!

    Nell

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  25. I would love to try the Lavendar Balm. Hubby and I have pretty dry hands and my oldest has some super dry skin on his cheeks (both sets...ha!).

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  26. I'd love to try any of the washes. I've been looking for a natural, effective body wash for my infant daughter and toddler son. Thanks so much!

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  27. The coconut wash sounds yummy! All of them sound yummy actually ( :

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  28. I would love to try Organic Sweet Orange Wash for my kiddos. I currently use Earth mama and angel baby. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  29. Henry had eczema as an infant, so I would've loved to have the lavender balm! I'm assuming that Ezra will probably have sensitive skin, too, so I definitely would like to get some Nourish goodness. We use California Baby at our house, too. It's the best stuff I've found at Whole Foods or elsewhere.

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  30. The orange wash sounds great, but we are having major dry skin problems around here. I'd probably try one of their balms.

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  31. I'd love to try the coconut balm. This weather is leaving my hands crazy dry... ugh!! Thanks for sharing!

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  32. I would love to try their coconut balm on my eczema boys :-)

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  33. I really want to try those lavender products for my daughter. Hoping something will calm my daughter down at night! :)

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  34. We'd love to try anything that helps with dry skin. I'd love to get away from the big jug of Aquaphor we use now.

    Heather

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  35. Ooooh, yes please! I love all things coconut, so I'd like to try the coconut balm.

    jess.gustin@yahoo.com

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  36. I'd love to try the balm! Currently using Yes to Carrots and Burts Bees, but not in love with it.

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  37. Wonderful! I would love to try the sweet orange body wash. Thanks!

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  38. We've been using Aveeno as well as a perscription cream for me and the oldest, as we both have eccema and rosacea. I would love to try something that not only works, but smells good, too.

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  39. We've been using California Baby, but would love to try something new.

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  40. I would love to try the coconut balm for my baby girl's eczema!We've really been through the ringer and California Baby is the ONLY thing that has helped! If you think Nourish is even better, I am totally willing to give it a shot!

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  41. Honestly, I'd love to try anything from Nourish! I havepsoariasis, & am hoping that this will help it out a bit!

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  42. I'm open for something new. My newborn has really dry skin.

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  43. I would love to try the chest rub for me and mine...also the lavender balm...my hands are so thirsty right now!

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  44. they do have great packaging!! Seems like the Organic Eucalyptus Chest Rub would help this family!!!

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  45. The coconut wash sounds so good. I wonder if it smells like a pina colada?

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  46. The packaging itself is enough to get me to want to try this!! So cute! Everything looks really great, but the coconut balm sounds AMAZING. :)

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  47. I love anything with lavender!

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  48. The sweet orange wash sounds yummy! One of my boy is having terribly dry skin on his hands this winter.
    orangetriangle2 AT yahoo DOT com

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  49. ooh, the eucalyptus chest rub.

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  50. I'd like to try the coconut balm too.

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  51. I would love to try either balm, they both sound awesome! If they work even better than California Baby I am very eager to try them out, since that has worked the best for our DD's eczema so far.

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  52. Oh gosh, LOVE the packaging! We currently use handmade soaps/creams from the soap shop I work at/used to work at (aka haven't had a shift since before baby G arrived!) It's excellent stuff! :)

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  53. I would also like to try their organic coconut balm (love coconut)

    sswpss at yahoo dot com

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  54. We could always use Eucalyptus Chest Rub for cold season. I like how this company's prices are affordable.

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  55. The lavender wash looks great!

    hanibee8@hotmail.com

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  56. I'd love to try the eucalyptus chest rub. I've been looking for something gentler than vapo-rub.

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  57. I would love to try the Lavender Balm that you suggested was great for your kiddo with dry skin. My babies have horribly red and chapped cheeks during the winter! People think they have fevers 24/7! :o)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  58. I am a giant sucker for Lavendar, so that would definately be my pick. My youngest has such dry skin from the harsh Wisconsin air, this would be perfect!
    heidi b.
    tab6ak@aol.com

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  59. The Coconut Balm sounds so refreshing, like a little scent of summer on a cold, blustery day. :)

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  61. Organic Eucalyptus Chest Rub
    I would love to try this!

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  62. I'd love to try the sweet orange wash!

    ashleykirnan@gmail.com

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  63. The Organic Coconut Balm would be nice to try especially with the dry air around my area. hey.4horses@yahoo.com

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  64. Ooh, the coconut wash sounds awesome!

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  65. Love the smell of coconut, so I would love to try the Organic Coconut Wash!
    vschilke at gmail dot com

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  66. The Organic Lavender Wash sounds lovely, thanks! We haven't found the perfect products for my daughter yet - would love to try these! :-)

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  67. Would love to try the coconut wash (I love coconut!). Also just have to say that I love how they have refills!

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  68. Nice! The chest rub looks great...much better than the vapo babe stuff we have used. We currently use CA Baby, but would love to sample something new. Thanks for offering this!

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  69. I'd like to try the organic coconut balm.
    knockedupandnursing at gmail dot com

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  70. This looks like a great line. I'd like to try the coconut balm, the lavender balm, and the chest rub.

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  71. Would love to try it! Me and my baby have dry skin so we're always looking for good natural moisturizers.

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  72. The organic coconut wash looks and sounds wonderful! I would love to win and try something new :)

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  73. Would love to try the Lavendar Balm on my little one's dry skin. Using vaseline right now and it's just not cutting it.

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  74. I love the smell of coconut, so I'd want to try the coconut balm! :)

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  75. I love the smell of coconut, so I'd want to try the coconut balm! :)

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  76. I would love to try the Lavender Wash. What a great way to drift off to dream land...

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  77. Oooh, looks like lovely stuff. We live in the mountains at 9000 feet and dry skin is a constant issue for myself and the kiddos. I'd love to try the coconut or lavender balm.

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  78. Oh this looks great! I would love to try the Organic Eucalyptus Chest Rub!

    I love a good Eucalyptus Rub for congestion. Never knew there was an organic version on the market!

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  79. I'd like to try the Organic Lavender Oil

    crazywriter@hotmail.com

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  80. We currently use plain old soap and water to wash up. The eucalyptus rub would be great to try during this season of colds in my household.

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  81. Oh how I love the scent of lavender in ANYTHING!

    My kids' cheeks get so chapped in the winter. I think it's from constantly wiping their little faces after they've been munching on Christmas-y goodness. So we use Eucerin Aquaphor after bath and before bed and that seems to help. Plain old Vaseline seems to work best, if I'm being honest. But what's exciting about that?

    jenny@mamanash.com

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  82. I have been looking for something like this line! J&J Naturals just isn't cutting it for me, and while Method is awesome and smells great, it's not all that natural.

    I can definitly see the Organic Eucalyptus Chest Rub coming in handy around here!

    -Emma

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  83. Whoops!

    Forgot the email!

    Emma

    emscouponemail@yahoo.com

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  84. I would like to try the organic sweet orange wash.

    candjpalmer at wyoming dot com

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  85. The lavender oil sounds like exactly what I need for after my shower. I used to use Burt's Bees apricot oil but lately the scent isn't one I'm into.

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  86. So excited to hear about these safe, natural products! The coconut wash sounds wonderful.

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  87. This looks so great--my little guy (3 years going on 13!) has terrible dry skin in the winter and we can't find anything that doesn't irritate him or works great so that lavender balm sounds worth a shot!

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  88. Great info! My skin has been crazy dry since finishing up chemo. I think I'm going to try that lavender balm! :)

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  89. We've been using straight coconut oil for dry skin and eczema here, looks like they have some great (fun) options.

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  90. We try to only use natural body washes and shampoos for our girls. Unfortunately, they're a little hard to find at Target and traditional grocery stores.

    For awhile, we were using episencial. Now, we are using Aveeno.

    stephanie@metropolitanmama.net

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