Saturday, January 12, 2013

Purex Baby Review and Giveaway! (2 winners) (U.S.) Ends 1/27 (Rafflecopter)

I really like Purex and their products. I especially like how gentle their laundry soaps and fabric softener crystals are on my clothing, and my baby girl, Hailey's clothing. She is now size months old, and growing like a weed. Her skin is so sensitive and she gets rashes to easily that I have to be careful what laundry products I use. I tried Purex Baby on her blankets and towels, and I was very impressed at how clean and soft they came out. At first, when I opened the Purex Baby laundry detergent, it had some sort of scent to it (maybe a little like baby powder). But after the clothes came out of the dryer, I didn't smell any scent on them at all.

If your looking to save money on laundry detergent for your baby, toddler, or child, I totally recommend purchasing Purex Baby. It's just as gentle and works the same as other baby laundry soaps. Purex Baby laundry detergent is hypoallergenic, and dermatologist-tested and formulated to be extra gentle on your little one’s sensitive skin. Purex Baby detergent leaves your baby’s clothes smelling fresh and clean and it won’t harm the flame resistance of sleepwear.

Enter for a chance to Win $500 from Purex Baby. 
Three grand prize winners will receive $500, and 250 winners will win FREE Purex Baby laundry detergent!

Enter below using the Rafflecopter form for a chance to Win One Coupon for a FREE bottle of Purex Baby laundry detergent (2 winners)! Open to Residents of the 48 continental United States only. Sorry. 

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Disclosure: I received a sample of Purex Baby and some coupons to give away to my followers because I am a Purex Insider! No other compensation was exchanged or received. Airplanes and Dragonflies blog is not responsible for your laundry/clothing when you use Purex baby laundry soap on your clothing. Airplanes and Dragonflies blog is also not responsible if something happens to your washer or dryer as a result of using any Purex products in your washing machine.


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