It sprays easy, which is essential when trying to protect kids that are in a hurry to get wet. The sprayer works well, and covers evenly. You only have to reapply about every 2 hours, depending on the activity. I'd recommend it for parents to use too.
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Get yourself some orange flavored energy drink, and forget your own name. For under $30, you can erase your entire night. I'm not usually a fan of flavored vodka, but I like this one. It's more fun to get blackout drunk when it tastes like lowered standards.
Every 20 something girl's go to. It's a moderately priced, middle rung vodka. It's better than bottom, but definitely not what I'd call great. It's the vanilla of vodka. Nothing special, but it'll get you drunk. I prefer a better vodka, but on a budget, it's not bad.
A classier vodka than Smirnoff. Grey Goose is a giant step up the ladder from bottom shelf brands. It's smoother, and leaves less of a headache the next day. It's definitely on the pricey side, but unless you're only looking for a blackout drunk, it's worth the extra money.
It's a nipple shield. Not great, but not terrible. My baby didn't like the shield, so it didn't do us any good. I didn't try any other brands, so I can't compare. If your baby will latch with it, it can provide some relief. It's an ok product for the price.
Johnson's head to toe baby wash is a great all in one cleanser. It's comparable to other name brand products price wise. It cleans gently, and washes off easily. It smells better than Baby Magic. I love it for a quick all over baby bath. Nothing beats Johnson's!
I love Johnson's products! This is where you get that "new baby smell." It's an affordable product, and worth every penny. By far the best baby line around. I've used it on all 4 of my kids. I will always choose Johnson's over other brands. No need to shop around!
Aveeno baby wash smells pleasant and leaves baby soft and clean. My 6 month old seems to enjoy it. It doesn't smell chemically, and rinses cleanly. I still prefer Johnson's, but it's an ok alternative. I'd recommend it for babies with sensitivities.