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You know I’m a fan of inexpensive organization hacks! One of my latest feats has been consolidating all of my kids hygiene products into easy-to-maintain caddies. The goal was to keep the bathroom looking more tidy, and prevent the chaos of three boys sharing one bathroom. Each kids gets their own caddy filled with their personal products. They take them out as they need them, then immediately return them. Since switching this system, not only has the bathroom remained much cleaner, the time spent getting ready in the mornings has been cut in half! These are the products that my kids love to use, but you can customize it for your individual child’s needs.
We found these caddies in the Target DOLLAR SECTION! They were only $3, and honestly better looking than the more expensive brands. You can order them HERE.
When it comes to deodorants, we prefer options without strong scents and heavy chemicals. Doterra has safe, all-natural deodorant that has proven to be very effective with my sweet, stinky pre-teen boys! Find it HERE.
Every child’s hair is unique, and responds differently to certain care products. But these are two that I highly recommend across the board:
Everyone in our family uses Bathpack hair brushes. We swear by their quality, and there newly upgraded brush is only $10! Shop HERE.
Invest in a good spray bottle! These mist-style ones I found on Amazon are AMAZING. We use them for hair-styling, but as a bonus they also work for watering the indoor plants, and keeping ourselves cool at soccer games. One of my favorite finds of the year for sure! Get one HERE.
I’ve learned during my years of parenting that not all toothbrushes are created equal. Manual brushes combined with my children’s attention spans did not make for thorough cleaning. We made the switch to the Vanity Planet Elements sonic toothbrushes. They do 40,000 brush strokes per minute, have 4 brushing modes, include a timer, and have UV sanitation. They seriously are top of the line. And although they are typically $275, you can use THIS LINK to get them for only $69.
Anyone else grossed out by finding used floss?? I refused to live that life anymore, so we started ordering these Crayola fluoride-coated flossers. They have totally upped my kids’ flossing game. Find them on Amazon HERE.
As much as I would love my children to all have minty-fresh breath everyday, they still struggle with traditional toothpastes. We go with the Crest Kids Strawberry paste, and it even comes in pump form, so you don’t have to deal with a graveyard of half-squeezed tubes. This new design has been an absolute life saver! Order some HERE.
I’d love to hear what you do with yours! Happy organizing friends!