Nov 19

Boogie Wipes Review

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Have you heard about boogie wipes yet? They are a great product to have on hand for the cold/flu season. I was happy to be able to review a few of their products.

About Boogie Wipes:

The first saline nose wipe was created in 2007 by two moms who were frustrated with trying to put saline drops into their young children’s noses. They knew there had to be a better way to treat sinus problems caused by colds and other illnesses than drops and dry tissues. In a moment of mom genius, they decided to moisten a tissue with the drops and use that to wipe off and soothe runny, gunky noses. It was then the idea for Boogie Wipes began.

In 2012, Boogie Wipes joined the Nehemiah Manufacturing family of consumer brands. Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Nehemiah is committed to introducing products that meet the specific needs of busy moms and dads. Nehemiah designs, manufactures, markets and sells brands including Kandoo, Downy Wrinkle Releaser Plus, Febreze Laundry Odor Eliminator and Dreft Home Products. To learn about Nehemiah and the products it creates for families visit www.nehemiahmfg.com/our-brands/.

Nehemiah Manufacturing’s broader mission is to Build Brands, Create Jobs and Change Lives.  Nehemiah works with social service agencies in inner-city Cincinnati to provide work opportunities to individuals who have barriers to employment.  To learn more about Nehemiah’s mission visit www.nehemiahmfg.com

Boogie Wipes

My Review:

I received the following items:

Kandoo foaming hand soap

Kandoo flushable wipes

Boogie Wipes 10 ct. Pack both in Fresh, Grape

Boogie Mist in grape.

These products came just in time. The evil cold bug has hit my household. My husband and I are both sick, my husband has it worse than I do. I put the foaming hand soap in the bathroom for all of us to use. It has a nice berry sent to it. It’s not harsh on your hands like some soap. I’m constantly washing my hands (more than normal) so it’s nice to have a product that doesn’t feel harsh and has a nice scent to it.

The flushable wipes are nice as well. Sometimes you need more than dry toilet paper to feel clean. They flush cleanly and completely. I don’t have to worry about them clogging up the toilet.

The boogie wipes themselves are interesting. They are saline wipes for your nose, my husband was using these. His nose was already sore and raw from all the blowing/wiping of his nose. He said when he started to use these they did burn a bit. However he did say they felt better to use than dry tissue. I’m sure if you used them while your nose is still stuffed up completely you’d get a different response.

The saline spray is nice to use. You don’t get that nasty chemical smell/taste when you use it. Since it was grape scented that’s what you tasted/smelled when you swallowed. 

I can see all of these products being a must have for moms to have on hand with little ones this cold/flu season.  

Right now on their website you can print out a .50 coupon to try boogie wipes for yourself. You can find the coupon ~here~ You can find stores in your area to buy boogies wipes or buy online. You can find local stores ~here~. 

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About the author


Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

1 comment

  1. christina p

    Thanks for the review. I’m a big fan of the boogie wipes for my kid. I was just thinking about getting some soap- I will have to look for this at the store.

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