Enfance Paris, Soap Review

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The products used on babies and children’s skin should reflect its delicate nature. With skin so smooth and pure, it only makes sense to wash a child with a product just as wholesome as them!  100% organic, paraben-free, and made without added colors or chemicals, Enfance Paris is a skincare line parents can feel safe using on their children. A mother herself, the founder, Agnes Laffourcade, recognized a void in the skincare market after feeling disappointed in the products she used on her own children. She set out to create an all natural skin care line using only the safest and purest ingredients and aromatherapy essential oils.

Enfance Paris was the first to create formulas where the needs of each age group were taken into consideration. With skin care products for babies 0-3 years old, children 3-8 years old, and 8-12 years old, Enfance Paris is a one stop shop for your growing children’s skin care needs! 547ed5f283abe

 

I’m really excited that I got to try this product. I have four children myself, two boys and two girls, ranging in age from 2.5-7 years old, and I am constantly looking for safe skin care products. I was sent the bar of soap specifically designed for the 3-8 age group, and not only did I love it – but my kids loved it too. I immediately noticed the beautiful packaging, and I could tell that this was not just your ordinary bar of soap! Each bar has a ribbon looped through it, which my kids thought was just the best. They didn’t have to worry about it slipping and sliding away as they could easily hold onto it or have it hang onto their wrists.

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Also, it smells wonderful. The formula for this age group contains organic Shea butter, coconut oil, and essential oils that are known to fight infections and bacteria, which help little cuts and bruises heal. It lathered and washed really well, and left their skin moisturized, naturally clean, and with the sweetest smell!547ed61767f55

| by Carla Bourada

Learn more at www.enfance-paris.com

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