Monkey Balm – Natural and Gentle Skin Care for your Little One

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Monkey Balm

I’ve talked a lot about skin health here on the blog. We have to make sure we take care of our skin right? But more importantly – we need to take care of the skin of the little ones in our life.

That’s right, we need to help those little ones out with their skin too. While our skin care is important, children’s skin is more sensitive than ours. It doesn’t react to the same things our skin does, and it is more sensitive to others. There is no need to put chemicals all over their delicate skin when there is a more natural route you could take it. Because lets face it – they are prone to some of the same skin issues we face as adults.

While small children don’t usually face problems with acne, they do get dry skin, bug bites and even have small scrapes. Instead of grabbing a chemical off the shelf, you could grab some Monkey Balm!

Monkey Balm sent me one of their products to review and test with Goonie. Instantly we loved the product just by the packaging alone. Not only could Goonie quickly get the product out of the tube with the twist of the bottom but it was small enough his hands could control it to use it when he needed it.

Monkey Balm is a smooth product that slides on like a lotion. It is made with natural ingredients like sea buckthorn, soybean and cocoa butter. All together the ingredients help with:

  • Reducing of inflammation
  • Soothing of discomfort from numerous skin conditions
  • Helping to heal wounds and burns
  • Promoting healing of acne, rosacea, eczema, and psoriasis
  • Hydration and moisturizing of the skin
  • Improvement of skin tone and texture

The natural ingredients and variety of uses made Monkey Balm and instant favorite in our family. The kid friendly packing made it one of Goonie’s go to products to help heal his wounds!

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