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It's NEW and Organic. It's delicious and it's up for Grabbs!
Giveaway runs from April 4th till April 18th, 2009.
Baby Sweet Kisses, Bottoms*Up Organic After Bath Baby Soft Massage Oil, 4oz
Your baby may get used to this life style. This Organic Oil provides all the softness and luxury feel your baby's skin deserves plus the treatment benefits. Our blend of Organic Sunflower Oil and Coconut Oil are very high in essential fatty acids and help to moisturize, regenerate and condition the skin. It helps in treating various skin problems including dry skin, psoriasis, dermatitis, eczema and other skin infections. Baby's mommy will love it too. Aromatherapy Citrus scent enhances the experience.
Directions: Pour a dime size of oil to the palm of your hand and warm it up with the other palm. Massage gently your baby's body avoiding eye area.
Warning: Do not ingest. Keep out of reach of children.
Ingredients: Organic High Oleic Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower Oil), Cocos Nucifera (Fractionated Coconut Oil), Proprietary EO Citrus Blend (Pink Grapefruit Oil, Lemon Oil, Lime Oil, Litsea Oil, Mandarin Oil, Sweet Orange Oil) , Cyclomethicone.
Rules to enter:
Very easy this time.
1. You have to join and follow our blog.
2. And critisize our web site. What you do/don't like about it. http://www.sweetsationtherapy.com/
3. (Optional but will increase your chances) Tweet about this giveaway, blog, facebook, myspace and whatever else you can think of.
4. Post it here.
The winner will be chosen randomly on April 18th, 2009 at 9pm and notified directly as well as the note will be posted here.
The winner has 2 days to provide their address for shipping. After that the new winner will be chosen.
Friday, April 3, 2009
By Simon Pitman, 03-Apr-2009
The move came after the government backed health and sanitation safety agency, Afssaps, was alerted to the fact that a number of pregnant women had reported allergic reactions resulting in contact dermatitis after using the product.
The agency said that as a precaution it had reached an agreement with Laboratoire Derma to withdraw all stocks of the products from distribution in France and recommends anyone currently in possession of the product to stop use and return it to the point of sale.
As a result all batches of the product with an expiration date on or before September 2011 will have to be withdrawn due to the resulting health concerns.
The agency decided to take affirmative action to withdraw the product after it received 5 complaints from pregnant women, who all cited contact dermatitis that had taken the form of a red rash on the skin where the cream was applied.
Although this contact allergy has not been linked to any serious side affects besides the rash, the agency said that it was taking the measure to withdraws stocks of the product from the market as a safety precaution.
The company says that sales of the product overseas have only been very small and that there is no formal international distribution of the product.
France sets stanard for use of cosmetics while pregnant . In November last year the French government said that it was looking into a growing body of evidence to suggest that certain cosmetic ingredient should be avoided by pregnant women.
Reacting to this the French health authorities say they are considering plans to introduce a specific logo that would draw attention to cosmetic products posing a potential risk if used by women during pregnancy.
The move targets specific chemicals in the paraben and phthalates families that some suggest may increase the risk of deformities in unborn babies, as well as cancers.