Thursday, April 11, 2013

Boogie Wipes makes Sore Noses a Thing of the Past

Anyone with a Toddler is no stranger to endless colds and other ailments. Seeing as The Zoo has twice the nose-cleaning to do, we were excited to try Boogie Wipes, ‘Gentle Saline Wipes for Stuffy Noses’.

Boogie Wipes. Snot your Average Wipes!

Julie and Mindee Doney sold their first package of Boogie Wipes in December 2007.

The process to get there involved an intensive research and development process, hiring a chemist, surveying consumers and interviewing manufacturers.

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.

The fact that this product was designed by experienced moms and works scores big points with The Zoo. Considering the company has become so successful in five short years shows that other Parents agree!

Max and Artemis loved having their own special wipes and really enjoyed saying “Boogie Wipes” a million times a day…

Boogie Wipes Products
The durable wipes enabled them to dig out crusty deposits themselves and without the chapped or sore noses.Neither of these things has been possible with “standard” tissue paper.

While the ingredients on our diaper wipes were very similar, the saline was a big factor in the Boogie Wipes make-up. I found the “Fresh Scent” fragrance to be a bit strong for my liking. Next time, I’ll get the non-scented option (available in the 30 and 90 count packages).

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Journeys of The Zoo received compensation in exchange for sharing about this company.

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68 thoughts on “Boogie Wipes makes Sore Noses a Thing of the Past

  1. Karen C. Hill

    I have a 3 year old that we use these for, but I also babysit 3 other children who would be using them as well! Thank you for the chance!


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