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Target October Baby Box

Mommy's, I just found out that Target offers a Baby Box, with must-haves!! Products you didn’t know you couldn’t live without.
This adorable box has a little bit of everything, from lotions and wipes to supplements and essential oils that help you care for your little one. There’s even a little something for YOU momma! These samples are over $35 in value. This is NOT a subscription, it's a one time purchase of $7, this is a seasonal box. Below ill be telling you a bit about each product and give a mini review on items I've tried. (Disclaimer: this review is NOT sponsored by Target, I bought this with my own money, all opinions are mine. I'm sharing because "Sharing is Caring.")

BABYGANICS Foaming Hand Sanitizer
Keep clean at home or on the go with this hard-working foam. It zaps 99.9% of germs in just 15 seconds. It’s moisturizing, free of drying alcohol and gentle on Baby’s delicate skin. A must-have for Mom, Dad and the diaper bag. Especially since we are entering cold season this is a MUST have to keep nasty germs from baby!
THE HONEST CO. Face + Body Lotion
This gentle lotion is a blend of olive, shea, jojoba and safflower oils, plus aloe and calendula, it moisturize and nourish sensitive skin. It’s free of fragrance, parabens, phthalates and more. Which is perfect for baby's sensitive skin. I really try to stay away from fragrance lotions when baby is still little.
MOMMY’S BLISS Probiotic Drops 15-Day Boost
An immune system boost that’s perfect for Baby. This supplement is formulated with healthy bacteria your little one needs for good digestive health, and also helps relieve occasional gas, diarrhea and constipation. I actually have the colic drops and it works wonders when my baby gets fuzzy.
SEVENTH GENERATION Coconut Care Wipes
Baby wipes made with pure, certified organic coconut oil. Extra soft,gentle and natural with no harsh chemicals. They have a light coconut scent. I am always concerned when it comes to cleaning baby's bottom I stay away from strong fragrance wipes, so these are worth trying since they are organic.
JOHNSON’S Bedtime Baby Bath
Help Baby fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer with this baby shampoo. It’s hypoallergenic and formulated to keep their skin soft. This is a calming bath shampoo that helps soothe your baby. I really love the lavender scent, which is why I stock up on this shampoo.
OILOGIC Stuffy Nose and Cough Roll-On
It soothes and comforts your little one naturally with the concentrated blend of essential oils: lavandin, orange, fir, eucalyptus, cypress, jojoba and castor. It’s dermatologist tested, vegan and cruelty-free. My baby usually wakes up with a stuffy nose, so I'm hoping this essential oil helps her.
AQUAPHOR Baby Healing Ointment
Loved by pediatricians and parents, Aquaphor provides extra-gentle care for Baby’s delicate skin. This hypoallergenic, paraben- and fragrance-free ointment is uniquely formulated to help relieve chapped cheeks, diaper and drool rashes, and dry, irritated skin. This is a hands down MUST have in my parenting experience, this stuff is liquid gold!! Make sure you add it to your registries mommas!
THE HONEST CO. Refreshingly Clean Gel Cleanser
They added a little something for YOU! (mom) This foamy cleansing gel removes makeup and dirt in one easy step. The botanical blend leaves your skin looking healthy and fresh. I love a great cleanser, can't wait to try it.
Overall this Target Baby Box is full of amazing brands, some which I've been using since my first baby. I really like that they are travel size so that I can have them handy in my diaper bag. They also include a $10 off coupon when you purchase $50 worth of baby products which is very convenient when it comes to diapers amd wipes!

Unfortunately this box is no longer available it has sold out, but I would definitely be on the look out for their next one! Hope you enjoy today's unboxing! Hopefully my review has been helpful if you are looking for baby products that are safe and organic for your little one.



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