We’ve been using Johnson’s Baby products for 13 years and we are still using them now that my kids are older. To be perfectly blunt-I love use their products for myself because I really like to use lotions and shampoos that have few ingredients and that I know will do the job of getting my kids clean. And I kind of fell in love with them all over again- after hearing about their most recent initiative.
In a nutshell after they heard that some moms were concerned about the ingredients in their products, they made the decision to stand up and change their product formulasâ€”not because of safety, but for peace of mind. As a way to express their ongoing commitment to moms and babies everywhere and inspired by a Japanese legend that making 1,000 origami cranes signifies a hope granted and a promise fulfilled, they brought their scientists and their families together to create 1,000 origami storks, delivering their promise to who matters most -you and your family. You can learn more about the JOHNSON’S ® Baby promise, which at its core is to provide the best care to moms and babies worldwide johnsonsbaby.com
And of course don’t forget to check out the JOHNSON’S ® Baby Family’s seven newly reformulated products:
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby HEAD-TO-TOE ® Wash
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Lotion
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Shampoo
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thick and Curly Hair
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Shampoo & Conditioner for Thin and Straight Hair
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Shampoo with Calming Lavender
o JOHNSON’S ® Baby Soothing Vapor Baby Bath
And in keeping with their heartfelt campaign called “Your Promise is Our Promise” and the theme of making promises-I asked my nine-year-old-son and 13-year-old daughter to share some of the promises I’ve made to them and asked them if they think I’ve followed through on these promises.
Of course being a mom is a work in progress– and I am forever making promises to my kids and forever trying to keep those promises. I think I will probably never stop trying to see my kids smile, no matter what it takes.
This post is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of The Motherhood but as is always the case all opinions expressed are my own.