Get Your Boogie On! :Boogie Wipes Review & Giveaway

BOOGIES- all kids have them whether they end up on a tissue, their sleeve, or your furniture! If you are a parent then you have probably fell victim to your own shirt becoming a personal tissue for your child’s icky boogies. Three years ago when Toodie first entered the world, my mother introduced me to the great invention known as the Boogie Wipe. Toodie always had your typical crusty runny nose and typical tissues were often too rough. When the Boogie Wipe came around I was beyond thankful!

Boogie Wipes are made with natural saline designed to gently dissolve the mucus caused by common colds, allergies, and the everyday boogies! These wipes are extra soft, moist, and paraben free. They do not irritate little noses and from my experience, are way more effective than your typical dry tissue. Say goodbye to raw,red, sore noses!

Boogie Wipes are available in four scents- Great Grape, Fresh Scent, Minty Methol, and Simply Unscented. Great Grape has always been my favorite! Each of them are “lightly” scented so you do not have to worry about any harsh fragrances or irritations. Boogie wipes are a MUST HAVE for parents because they can be used for all ages. They come in a 30 count package (as pictured above), 90 count canisters, and boxes of 10 individually wrapped wipe packets. The individually wrapped packets are the ideal size to carry a few in your purse, diaper bag, or even in your car.

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Disclosure: I received this product  from Boogie Wipes for my consideration and to share my honest opinion and experience. I am under no obligation to post a positive review on them. I will not be compensated for this review. As always, opinion are my own!

Comments

  1. says

    I think our yuckiest boogie story to date would be when my youngest had a super bad cold and sneezed on her oldest sister and they were attached by a large string of snot (ohh so gross to recall!) But yep, that was our yuckiest! LOL

  2. says

    i would really like to try the grape kind.

    my yuckiest story would have to be when my niece was sick this past february. She would come home from school and the sleeves of her shirt would be filled with boogies. her face was white from the driness of the boogies. it was just a mess! lol

  3. says

    i would really like to try the grape kind.

    my yuckiest story would have to be when my niece was sick this past february. She would come home from school and the sleeves of her shirt would be filled with boogies. her face was white from the driness of the boogies. it was just a mess! lol

  4. says

    My little girl actually sick last week and her nose was runing like crazy. Well anyways I had to take my brother somewhere and me being forgetful as I am I forgot to grab wipes. She sneezed on the way there and it was the most snot I've ever seen and there was nothing to wipe her nose with so I wiped it off with my hands and then realized that was dumb so I took my shirt off wiped her face and got all the rest off my hand. It was a bad day for me lol

  5. says

    The child (who will remain nameless) had a runny nose. I couldn't find any tissue, so she said "That's okay Mommy, I'll just eat it." She seemed fine with it and I didn't have anything else to use, so just turned away and let her do it.

  6. says

    Years ago I worked in a nursing home. The patient picked his nose and flung his snot into the fan and I hit the floor because I didn't know where it was going

  7. says

    I went to my son's pre-school meeting and he had a really bad snotty nose–i didn't think it would ever stop running–it was really gross but can you do πŸ™‚

    marci h
    tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com

  8. says

    Being a new mom, it didn't take much to push my panic button…I left work going to lunch and went to my mother in laws, who was keeping my baby. I had only been there a minute or so and my daughter, two at the time, was getting fussy. We figured out she had packed her nose with beans that was on her plate. I was panicking having a fit and couldn't get them out and of course she was fighting me. After a couple of minutes she sneezed…blowing beans everywhere! Her next action was to say "I really need a na kin"!

  9. says

    My daughter sneezed at the grocery store and a bunch of snot came out and I was shocked that I had no napkins or tissues in my purse. So, I ran with the cart with her in it to get some paper towels at the meat counter.
    radeeolover at yahoo dot com

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