This post was sponsored but, all opinions are my own!
Both of my girls have sensitive skin and have since birth. My oldest actually suffered from eczema for the first couple of years or her life. And my youngest, her skin just gets dried out very easily. So, finding a gentle body wash to use on my girls has always been something I’ve worried about.
Simplifying life and enjoying the little things.
It’s really nice to not have to worry about how my girl’s skin will be affected after they get out of the bathtub. Because I can trust the new Ivory Free & Gentle body wash, I can focus on all the other good stuff in life. Bath time and our bedtime routine are one of my favorite parts of the day. I get to slow down, laugh with my girls, and enjoy this sweet part of the day. It seems unimportant and just another thing to check off the to-do list. But, the little moments are more than that. The little moments really are big things and I try to remind myself of this daily. Because, one day I will look back, missing these moments and realizing how big they were.
“Enjoy the little things in life, for someday you’ll realize they were the big things.”
Why I like the Ivory body wash.
I had very little experience with Ivory soap up until my youngest daughter needed it to help clear a rash a few years ago. She got a serious rash on her bottom that we had a hard time getting rid of. It just constantly came back. Our pediatrician recommended that I use Ivory bar soap until it cleared. And, sure enough, it cleared. We stuck with the Ivory bar soap for a while but eventually went back to liquid soap because it’s much easier to use with the kids. Haha. So, I was super excited to try out the new ivory body.
Ivory just released a new line called, Ivory Free & Gentle, which provides a gentle clean for the entire family. The body wash is made with pure and purposeful ingredients. They are 100% free of dyes, parabens, harsh cleansers, and are made with essential oils. It also contains the #1 dermatologist-recommended moisturizing ingredient so it is really nourishing for our skin.
Do your kids have sensitive skin? Share your stories in the comments below.