Hey parents, just in time for Earth Day, I have a great new find for you: Everyday Happy, founded by a diverse group of parents with the same goal: make eco-friendly lifestyles easier for parents. Their high quality, natural and sustainable products include diapers, wipes, bath and body products, laundry detergent and vitamins. The products are available for purchase individually, or you save money and time by purchasing a monthly bundle. This is the exact type of organization I wanted to support when I started Luxe…With Kids.
OK, so I instantly loved what the company is founded on and stands for, so how about the products? We tried a bunch and here are our top three favorite products we are now adding to our regular routine (although we liked them all!) 1) The delightful smelling Shampoo & Body Wash. It’s tear-free and hypoallergenic, so I don’t worry about irritating their sensitive skin. 2) The Face & Body Lotion. It’s so creamy and absorbs right away. I even use it on myself. 3) The Wipes. Even though my boys are out of the diaper phase, we use wipes constantly, and I am very particular about the wipes we use. I don’t like them too thin or slimy feeling. The Everyday Happy wipes feel like cloth and are so strong. And like all their products, they are non-toxic and gentle on their baby skin.
My boys and the tub: it’s hard to get them in, impossible to get them out! Do you like to try out your products before you make an investment? Everyday Happy has a sample pack for free (you pay S&H). The sample sizes are big enough for a weekend trip’s worth, and small enough to pack in your carry-on luggage.
Isn’t this just the cutest quote on their canvas bag? I can’t recommend Everyday Happy enough to you, parents. Not only are their products healthy, safe and mindfully created, but Everyday Happy is a value based organization with significant social efforts with UNICEF. We need more companies like Everyday Happy in the kids space – they are doing good by doing good. Give their products a try and let me know what you think.
Author: Candace Thomas