Thursday, June 4, 2015

Laundry Tips That Will Leave You #FreeToBe Plus all free clear #Coupon #SP

Kids should be free to be kids. What does that mean to me, exactly? Well, even I wasn’t sure until I gave birth to my last son. Prior to that my kids were free to be kids – for the most part. But my last baby brought a whole new set of challenges from food allergies to skin sensitivities. For the first time I was worried about how these sensitivities would affect him as a child. Would he feel free to be a kid? Or would he constantly worry? And how could I help him be free?

It has been a year of battling with laundry detergents and cleansing soaps, but we’ve finally found what works. The all free clear brand allows us to “live free” of sensitive skin worries, because the all free clear brand “lets kids be kids”. 

Free of perfumes and dyes, gentle on the skin, 100% hypoallergenic and recommended to us by our pediatrician... all free clear, not only allows us to live without the worry of skin breakouts and itchiness, but it works! My son can enjoy the freedom of playtime, and figuring things out on his own. He can make a mess the whole time, because I know, not only does all free and clear allow him to be free, it allows mom to live worry free when it comes to laundry stains. Powerful Clean. Gentle on Skin.

When we first realized my son had skin sensitivities I thought it was going to be a real struggle. But with these simple tips I've learned along the way, we live free every day!

5 Laundry Tips for Sensitive Skin

1. Use a detergent completely free of dyes and perfumes. all free clear is the #1 recommendation of dermatologists. (Grab your coupon here)

• all® free clear detergent (liquid and mighty pacs), fabric softener and dryer sheets have received the National Eczema Association (NEA) Seal of Acceptance™.

• Products with the NEA Seal of Acceptance™ are those that avoid certain chemicals, dyes, perfumes and residues that are known to be unsuitable for use by persons with eczema or a sensitive skin condition. 

2. Wash it before you wear it. Always wash new clothes before you wear them to help avoid potential skin irritants.

3. Put them in the Dryer. I know the smell of laundry hung outside to dry can be amazing! But if you have sensitive skin it is best to dry your clothes in the dryer to avoid the allergens that can attach to your clothes (like pollen) when dried outdoors.

4. Rinse well. Rinsing clothes thoroughly of laundry detergent is important if you have sensitive skin.

5. Keep it soft. Soft, breathable fabrics are better for sensitive skin. Stay away from spray starches and keep your clothes soft with “free” fabric softeners like all free clear fabric softener and dryer sheets.

*Remember to keep all laundry soaps and products out of reach of children.*

I don't limited our all free clear use to just my sons clothes. We all use all free clear for an amazing clean (just look at how well it removed juice stains from an all white jumper) and so we can all be free to be us. I can snuggle my baby without worry about any detergent residue or lingering perfumes. We are simply a #freetobe family.

Want to be #freetobe? Try all free clear now! Grab your $1.00 off printable coupon and save today.


Fiddlin' Dandi said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I always use free and clear detergent because my son's skin is so sensitive.

Elisabeth said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

We love Free & Clear and use it for everyone in the house.

James Robert said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I have never used this before but looks like it cleaned well and if it helped with the allergy issues, a great product as well.

Terri said...Best Blogger Tips[Reply to comment]Best Blogger Templates

I had been using All detergent for years and I liked it. Last year I began using All free clear when my 2 young granddaughters visited. They have sensitve skin and it is gentle. Now, it's the only brand that I buy to do all of our laundry.

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