This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
The Kids Garden promotional collection, launching under The Healing Garden umbrella in September, is a "fun, wholesome bath and body line formulated just for kids" with natural essential oils and botanical extracts of chamomile and meadowsweet, the company said. The fruit- and flower-scented line-up includes Gentle Shampoo & Detangler, Gentle Body Mist - packaged with a free ladybug ponytail holder - and Gentle Bubble Bath in four scents: Bloomin' Blue Raspberry, Tropical Kiwi, Juicy Watermelon and Wild Violets. The 8.5 oz. products, housed in plastic bottles decorated with ladybugs and pictures of fruits and flowers, are priced at $4.99 each. The Kids Garden gift sets combine a body mist, nail polish and flavored lip balm for $9.99 each in all four flavors
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