Norwex continually seeks users’ feedback to develop new products that foster healthier homes. I’m excited about these new arrivals, which are going to be especially helpful for parents wanting only the best for their children.
4-in-1 Kids WashWith lots of bubbles and a fresh, happy scent, our new 4-in-1 Kids Wash effectively replaces four products—body wash, bubble bath, shampoo and conditioner. It reduces the number of products and chemicals to which your little one is exposed. The gentle foam cleans from top to bottom with no harsh ingredients or synthetic fragrances. It contains an exclusive blend of biodegradable and sustainable ingredients that leave skin and hair feeling silky soft and clean.
You can find it here in my online store.
With its bright colors and soft, super-absorbent microfiber, this is the ultimate towel for kids. Extra-thick microfiber makes it our plushest yet, and your children will love this towel’s luxurious warmth and velvety softness. These towels include BacLock®, an antibacterial agent that helps prevent bacterial odor, mold and/or mildew growth within the towel. These towels also feature a handy loop for hanging, and dry quickly. You can find the purple and green version here and the blue and orange towel here.
Mold and Mildew Stain Remover
Norwex’s highly effective stain-fighter is your new best friend for removing all traces of mold and mildew stains from a variety of indoor and outdoor surfaces, including tile, sealed grout, porcelain, natural stone, laminate, glass, plastic, stainless steel, wood and concrete. Best of all, it’s free from harmful chemicals, such as chlorine, bleach and peroxide. Our Mold and Mildew Stain Remover is also a better way to make your bathroom sparkle because it reduces your children’s exposure to unnecessary and potentially harmful chemicals in your home. Look for it in my online shop here.
For a downloadable flier summarizing these new products in English and Spanish, click here.
And for a look at how Norwex products can be a big help to your kids while they’re at school, see this post about The Kit you can help them assemble.