Check out these adorable Eco-Bath Pals Wash Scrubbies and Wash Cloth by Endangered Species. Living a more eco-friendly lifestyle is very important to me and my family. I’m more aware and often don’t buy anything that is made from synthetic fibers. After learning more about my son’s severe eczema and what causes it I only buy cotton products for clothing and bathtime. This Turtle and Seal Bath Scrubbie are made with recycled cotton, even the little green Washcloth is made with recycled cotton. The packaging is made from recycled cardboard.
A little about Endangered Species:
Endangered Species manufactures eco-educational craft, bath, first aid and travel items for kids that moms can trust. A portion of each order is donated to Defenders of Wildlife. From the polar bears that wander the Arctic sea ice, to the sea otters that frolic off the shore, to the wolves that run the west, Defenders is there to cut the threats and restore native wildlife and the wild places these animals call home. Want to make sure your kids and grandchildren can enjoy these animals for years and decades to come? Buy one of these Endangered Species products by HSL products and 1% of sales will be donated to keep these animals around for years to come.
My kids love bathtime, for now. I wash them together, saves so much time. My oldest is learning to wash herself and these scrubbies were soft and fun for her to use. My youngest just uses them to splash with and to throw. These cuddley critters are so cute and the kids love them. I’ll definitely be recommending these to my friends and family.
A little About Abe’s Market
Abe’s Market will be hosting the Natural Living Giveaway Event with the Noise Girls beginning on October 26th. Be sure to come back for your chance to win Abe’s Market Gift Cards!
We are also celebrating #NaturalLiving with Abe’s Market with a Twitter Party on October 30th at 8:00pm CST. We would love to have you RSVP and join us to talk about natural living and Abe’s Market!
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