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Mother's Therapy Organics Review and GIVEAWAY

Those of you that know me know that I am the "Queen of hand sanitizer". Yes, I'm the lady you see wiping down the shopping carts. It's not uncommon for me to use hand sanitizer maybe 5 times during a shopping trip. Then I always use it once I'm back to my car after I've moved all of my purchases into my car. I know, a little obsessive  - tell me something I don't know.

When it comes to Lil Man, I always wipe his hands with a face wipe once we are back in the car after shopping. Hey, it's me. It's who I am. I'm a wee bit of a germ phoebe.

So when I heard about Mother's Therapy Organics, I was eager to give it a try. I was given the opportunity to try Mother Therapy Organics Hand Sanitizer and Germ Fight'n Hand Lotion.

Let's start with the Mother Therapy Organics Hand Sanitizer.
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I'm used to alcohol based hand sanitizers. In fact, it's the only kind I will use. So I liked that this was 62% alcohol, but I loved the fact that it contained Aloe Vera. And the other organic ingredients were just an added bonus. This hand sanitizer felt more like a moisturizer. It wasn't greasy, but almost a little like a creamy texture. I really liked that. And it dried quickly on my hands. I'm not a huge fan of cucumber scent, but honestly this scent was very light. So I was ok with the cucumber scent.

The Mother's Therapy Organics Germ Fight'n Hand Lotion didn't disappoint either. 

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I'm kindof of lotion snob, and if it's too greasy or sticky or remotely stinky I won't wear it. This too had a cucumber scent. Once again, not my favorite scent, but it was very light. At first I thought the lotion was going to be sticky. And I was disappointed. But it absorbed quickly and my hands felt more 'silky' feeling instead of sticky. In fact, they felt very soft. And my hands are a mess. And the lotion seemed to keep my hands feeling soft for several hours which was also an added bonus.

And because I enjoyed these products, I would like to give away a family pack of on-the-go hand sanitizers.

Just enter below by logging in and choosing an option. The more options you choose, the more entry points you receive. The point value is listed to the right of the option. The giveaway ends 2/13/14. (Giveaway valid only to US residents)

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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  1. Hand wash, hand wash, hand wash!

  2. I wash my hands constantly! And try to be mindful of what I'm touching when I'm out, and to never touch my face.


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