Today I get to tell you about another great company that is partnering with us for our huge giveaway event on Friday. THinc. is the maker of BALM! Baby and other tropical skin care products that will “encourage you to Love Your Skin & Your Planet!
Here are the products I was given to review:
BALM! Baby Eucalyptus RUB!
This was my favorite by far! It is supposed to relieve congestion and help with nausea as well. I applied it one night when I was having sinus issues, and I felt much better in the morning. I’ve also been putting it on my 4-year-old who has been coughing all week. I love the smell, and I am excited to see how it helps with nausea too (luckily I haven’t had much of that lately)!
BALM! Baby MAMA BELLY!
This is another product I’ve enjoyed using. The whipped texture is fun, and it is definitely soothing to the skin. It helped with itching and left my skin feeling moisturized for quite awhile. It has a chamomile scent that I don’t love, but it’s subtle and others might like it!
BALM! Baby NIPPLE SOOTHER!
I’m saving this one for when the baby comes and I’m nursing. If you’re a first-time mom-to-be and you plan on breastfeeding, you need this! The BALM! Baby version is organic and natural, gluten and nut free, and there’s no need to wash it off before feeding baby.
BALM! Baby Diaper Balm
I just got a chance to try this one out yesterday, when Vanessa had a diaper rash. I promise I don’t wish these things on my kids, but I’m glad I had a reason to use it! The balm didn’t bother her when I put it on, and her rash is much better after using it!
RAW Pure Organic Essential Oil- Tea Tree
I also got a small bottle of Tea Tree oil, which I had not tried before. This stuff is supposedly a miracle worker, with many different ways to use it! Some of its uses/remedies include: athlete’s foot, acne, mouthwash, sore throat, and even moldy laundry. Read more about how you can use it here.
THinc. is a company committed to offering excellent products, with excellent quality and customer support. You can read more about them and their mission here.