Friday, August 17, 2012

Sometimes in all of the hustle and bustle that surrounds back-to-school, it’s easy to get sidetracked thinking about all of the crayons, glue and notebooks our kids need and totally forget some of the essentials that we rely on every day.. I even have the hookup so you can get the products featured for even less…come on, you know you love saving money and Healthy Essentials wants to make sure that you do just that! has put together what they call, Moms Back-to-School Survival Kit, “it’s everything moms need to stock the medicine cabinet, encourage healthy habits for their little ones and prepare for a new school year!”


So, I’m sure you wondering what kinds of products are in Mom’s Back-to-School Survival Kit…right? Well you just wait until you see this lineup…it’s chock full of products that I use every day, but have admittedly forgotten to pick up in all of the back-to-school hoopla. So here we go!

v AVEENO® Daily Moisturizing Lotion SPF 15 ($9.49-$9.99): Colloidal oatmeal and rich emollients moisturize your skin for up to 24 hours while providing UVA/UVB protection. Ideal for mom on-the-go to keep skin soft, smooth and protected!

v AVEENO® Continuous Protection for Face SPF 30 ($8.99-$11.99): Perfect for the whole family, especially your athletes who are outside on the playing field this fall! This powerful sunscreen provides high, broad and photostable UVA/UVB protection against the sun’s harmful rays, specially formulated for the face to be oil-free and non-greasy.

v REACH® TOTAL CARE Multi-Action Toothbrush ($5.09): Teaching good brushing habits just got easier with this multitasking toothbrush – specially designed bristles clean in multiple directions with each stroke, helping you remove up to 90% of plaque.

v LISTERINE® SMART RINSE® PHINEAS AND FERB™ ($5.19): Specially designed just for kids, this post-brush mouth rinse with fluoride – an important ingredient to help provide extra cavity protection – provides 12-hour cavity protection and strengthens teeth 99% better than brushing alone!
v JOHNSON’S® Baby Powder ($3.99): It’s a tried and true classic. JOHNSON’S® Baby Powder leaves skin feeling soft and fresh, while helping to eliminate friction to keep skin feeling cool and comfortable.

v JOHNSON’S® Baby Creamy Oil ($3.99): Classic JOHNSON’S® Baby Oil gets a rich makeover with Aloe Vera & Vitamin E. With a sweet yet subtle fragrance, it’s an indulgence for mom and something the kids will love as well!

v NEOSPORIN® and BAND-AID® Flexible Fabric ($4.77 - $9.07, $6.99): A staple in every family’s first aid kit and a match made in healing heaven. From the #1 doctor-recommended brand, NEOSPORIN® First Aid Antibiotic Ointment kills more types of infectious bacteria in laboratory tests than even the leading topical prescription antibiotic.

v BENGAY® Zero Degrees ($13.99): BENGAY® introduces this unique stick that can be stored in the freezer and provides an instant, icy cold sensation. It’s perfect for mom to throw in the cooler for soccer practice, long hikes, or wherever your active family takes you!

How’s that for a back-to-school survival kit perfect for all of the moms and dads out there? While I do use many of the products above on a daily basis (and love them by the way) this was the first time I’ve used Aveeno Continuous Protection for Face and I LOVE it, it’s soft and silky and it disappears into my skin quickly after application, I think I’ve found a new under makeup moisturizer! Make sure you visit and register to save over $100 on these and many other awesome products!

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Disclosure: I received the products listed above in order to facilitate my review…all opinions are my own!

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