Boogie Wipes is brought to us by Little Busy Bodies, Inc. Boogie Wipes aren’t their only product though! Saline Soothers is all new and for adults! I know quite a few adults who used Boogie Wipes, but disliked smelling like grapes. Kids love it. Adults? Not so much. There are two great Saline Soothers to choose from. Unscented, and menthol. Personally, I like the menthol. It isn’t over-powering but is present enough to help me breath a bit easier after wiping my nose. My sister-in-low likes to use the unscented for her youngest daughter since she breaks out with heavily scented products. If you have a child with eczema, unscented Saline Soothers might be a good investment if they don’t cause your little one to break out. Last month (I know, I’m behind…) we had a Boogie Wipes party to introduce Boogie Wipes and Saline Soothers to adults and children.
First, a little bit of information about Boogie Wipes:
“Often referred to as The Boogie Moms®, Julie Pickens and Mindee Doney developed the first ever saline nose wipe called Boogie Wipes® as a solution for their kids’ sore, red, runny noses. Using the idea, their business backgrounds, and mompreneurial spirit, they formed Little Busy Bodies, Inc. in May 2007. After an intensive research and development process, hiring a chemist, surveying consumers and interviewing manufacturers, Julie and Mindee sold their first package of Boogie Wipes in December 2007. Sales went on to reach $1 Million in the company’s first year of business and by 2009; Little Busy Bodies tripled its revenue to $3.4 Million. Primarily geared toward the infant and toddler market with their gentle formula and kid-friendly scents, Boogie Wipes were quickly established as a better alternative to dry tissues. ” Source: Boogie Wipes.com
Our party was pretty low-key with plenty of goodies for guests to take home.
The little ones were allowed to pick as many “Boogs” sheets to color as they would like. I made copies, so there were plenty. Even though samples were given out, I had bags full of samples. I chose to play a little game. In the plates used for refreshments, I added numbers to some. Those who drew a number, received a “Boogie Bag” instead of a goody bag! They all seemed to enjoy that.
In each “Boogie Bag” and bag for samples, I included a DIY business card with the following
“Hi! Please visit http://boogiewipes.com/survey and use referral code: ROBE-4Q11 to submit your feed back survey! Thank You SO MUCH!” I also included my name, blog url, twitter, facebook, and e-mail addresses.
For our refreshment, I chose to make homemade pizzas. I really like Alfredo sauce, and chose to swap that out for regular sauce.
Our Boogie Wipes and Saline Soothers party was a big hit! Everyone enjoyed getting to know each other, and the kids loved coloring their pages.
Every quarter, I receive a free box of Boogie Wipes and Saline Soothers to distribute as samples and to host a party to introduce others to these products. All opinions expressed are my own, and may differ from yours. Thank you to “The Boogie Moms” for making such a great product!