Our September Box is all about the multi-use. Each of these products has more than one purpose and can be used in ways that are not always obvious. Each box contains an insert card with descriptions of the products and how they can be used. Read more to learn about each product.
Austin-based author, Megan Baxter, created the book we all need and will actually read. “Pat on the Back” is an affirmation book for parents. It is written as a book you read to your child, but affirms you in your roll as a mom. It’s impossible not to doubt if you are doing a good job being a parent. This book reminds you that even the simple things of being present and reading a book to your baby matter.
What’s good for baby is usually good for the mom. Mom can use this salve for cracked nipples, knuckles, and lips so it is a life saver for the fall and winter. It works great for baby’s dry lips, cradle cap, or irritated bum. One of the best tips I received in pregnancy was to use nipple cream a month before having a baby. Maybe that did the trick, maybe it was luck, but I never suffer from bleeding nipples while nursing.
Obviously this mud masque can be and should be used for the face. It reduces redness and irritation, clears acne, and pours minerals back into your skin. The main ingredient in this masque is Indian Fuller’s Earth, which facilitates blood circulation. In India it is common for pregnant women to use Fuller’s Earth on their knees, legs, ankles, and face to reduce inflammation.
Coconut oil is one of the most useful products nature has given us. First it can prevent stretch marks by keeping your skin moisturized and elastic. Use it to relieve eczema, diaper rash, or put it on a sunburn for soothing relief. Coconut Essentials has perfectly blended coconut oil, sunflower oil, and vitamin E to give you a perfect moisturizer.