Mommy Refresh: How POND'S Cleansing Towelettes Can Really Help
I became a mother after the birth of my son in 2013. This month, Jeff and I welcomed our second child into the world. And as beautiful as becoming a mother may be, there are scary points in your life where you start to question whether or not you’re still the same person.
Oftentimes, becoming a mother means placing others before you, and for some women this means their personal hygiene may go out the window.
When my first son was born, I remember having certain times of the day when I would bathe. Of course my son was bathed and dressed first thing in the morning, but ismelled like I hadn’t showered in two days, thanks to the hormones my body would secrete.
It was terrible when family would come over. And finding the right deodorant was a challenge. You can read all about it in a previous post.
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If you sweat in certain areas throughout the day or have large breasts, I recommend carrying cleansing towelettes with you at all times. You just never know where the day might take you, and if you’re a new mom, you’ll be glad you have them handy.
Interested? I challenge you to skip your morning shower and head over to Target, pick up either a pack of 30 towelettes for $4.69 or a travel size for only $1.00, and use them for a quick cleanse.
I did this after arriving from the hospital during one busy morning and I couldn’t believe how refreshing it felt. Almost the equivalent of a shower — and I love showering at least two or three times a day to keep fresh. So happy to be able to have the POND’S Cleansing Towelettes handy for mornings when I just have to get up and get the day going.
Former B2B editor and marketing manager turned Family & Lifestyle blogger. Fatima is passionate about life and being social.
When she isn't running around with her husband, three kids, and two pups, Fatima helps other bloggers and local businesses with their online marketing strategy.
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