When I first learned about this product I was surprised that I'd never heard of it before. I was even more surprised that it hadn't been created sooner. It is yet another great product to help make our lives a little easier, but without skimping on the safety of our children.
Oopsy Daisy! is a product line made by Debby DeOliveira which began with a rinse-free shampoo for kids. Children are notorious for getting messy and sometimes their just isn't enough time to get them in the bathtub before needing to walk out the door. Or it happens while away from home. Their is only so much a wipe can do to save what was clean hair.
Debby didn't stop there, though. Born out of her idea for the shampoo came other great products such as the rinse-free body wash and other fun products.
With this interview, Debby is offering a bottle of her "High Chair Hair Care" rinse-free shampoo and a bottle of her "No Bath Bubble Bath" rinse-free bath wash as a giveaway to one of our readers.
If you're interested in winning these great products for you to try on your own children, leave a comment on the original post. The contest starts now and ends May 7th at 11:59pm. I will choose a winning comment on May 8th. The winner will be contacted by email, so don't forget your email address with your comment!
What is "Oopsy Daisy!"?
oopsy daisy! beautiful baby is a line of All Natural bath and body products for babies and kids. Our signature products are High Chair Hair Care “The Original Rinse Free Shampoo For Kids!” and No Bath Bubble Bath rinse free body wash. These unique products are specially designed to be gentle on a baby’s delicate skin. Imagine a quick way to clean up your little one without having to make a trip to the tub! Just apply the No Rinse foam, lather up and wipe away. No water needed! Now you clean up on the spot, whether at the park, a restaurant or in your own home.
We also have Pip Squeaky Clean traditional shampoo & body wash, Kiddo Kream head to toe moisturizer and Cutie Pie Curlz leave in conditioner and detangler.
What was your inspiration?
When you’re a mom inspiration is everywhere. Just trying to get from one day to the next is a challenge. I think every mom tries to figure out new ways to make life easier. When I had my second daughter Emmy my first daughter Lili was just nineteen months old. Lili was really becoming this independent little girl and wanted to do everything herself. Mealtime was a biggie, she certainly earned an “A” for effort, but her technique was far from perfect. She would get as much food in her hair as in her mouth. Having a newborn at the time, it was impossible to take Lili upstairs and put her in the tub after every meal and snack. I tried to clean her hair with a paper towel and water but, when it dried it felt yucky! I needed a way to wash her hair without the bathtub. That’s when the light bulb went on.