Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Baby Pibu Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit #Review #Giveaway

ABCD Diaries was given samples for review purposes only. We were in no other way compensated. The opinions expressed in this post are ours and ours alone. 

  We recently had the chance to review the Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit from Baby Pibu:

Baby Pibu™ is the first infant skincare line developed by a dermatologist mom.
Biby Pibu carries a variety of luxury infant skincare products specially formulated to nourish and protect baby skin and treat specific infant skin ailments. Baby Pibu’s™ full line of infant skincare products can be purchased individually in full sizes, or as an all-inclusive Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit. 

This luxurious gift set includes 10 incredible items:

What we thought:  
These products are top of the line!  The Newborn Essentials Skincare Kit would make a fantastic baby shower gift.  There is a little bit of everything a new parent could need.  I love that with these products you have peace of mind knowing that you are giving your baby only the best.  All Baby Pibu’s products are hypoallergenic, naturally-derived, have been clinically tested by a team of board certified dermatologists and are made in the USA in an FDA regulated, organic certified facility.  Another wonderful reason to pamper your little one with Baby Pibu!  The cards that come with the kit are full of helpful information and tips and the box doubles as storage for all those special baby keepsakes!
ABCD Diaries gives Baby Pibu an A+!
Buy It:
Find these fantastic baby skincare products at Baby Pibu and on Amazon

Win It: 
 Win your very own Newborn Essentials Skincare Set from Baby Pibu!  Enter below:

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  1. I have a little one coming in August...can't wait to try these products and Dr. Amy is my her!

  2. I entered the Neater Feeder

  3. I entered the Wholesome Cravings Baking Mixes too!

  4. I also entered the green leaf giveaway. Thanks so much for the chances to win.

  5. One word of caution. This kit contains Rash Relief which is a steroid cream.

    Current advice is that steroids should not be used on babies skin or children under 2.

    Try googling "steroid cream side effects". Certainly NOT the sort of thing I would want to use on a precious newborn baby.


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