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PeachesnCreme PeachesnCreme 4 years
I love this. While i agree with bellasmami in the sense that I wouldn't want to pay a buttload for stuff my kid is just going to get everywhere, I think it's definitely something to think about. We spend so much on toys anyway, and if you have a daughter who is very girly it seems like a great choice. It's a good way to start her off on the right track. Not only will you not be allowing her to put chemicals on her face/body but you'll set the stage for how she views her beauty and the products she uses to enhance it when she's older.
bellasmami bellasmami 6 years
While I like the idea of natural products, I don't want to go out and spend extra money on brand new products for her to play with when she's content digging her finger in the cheap ones and using it as paint to make glittery greeting cards. She's eight. She's not going to eat it. Maybe if she were younger I would consider it if she just absolutely LOVED to play with makeup.
Galonabudget Galonabudget 6 years
It's just so great that there's a huge selection of natural products kids can play with instead of smearing chemicals all over their faces!
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