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Sweaty?

Let's face it, we all get sweaty at some point or another.  If you workout, garden, play outside or you just do a lot of mom running around, our bodies don't always feel just-showered clean.  Recently, we were given the opportunity to try a sample of Playtex Sport Body Wipes and let me just say... these ain't your ordinary "baby body wipes".


We just love the scent.  It's almost like you're using a body wipe spiked with a fragrance counter perfume.  Plus, they're alcohol free!  These wipes are for your entire body.  Perfect for carrying around in your purse or gym bag.  We also have to admit that we LOVE the colors of the packaging. ;) 


We received this exclusive complimentary sampling opportunity of Playtex Sport Body Wipes, available to members only, as a result of our membership at Crowdtap.com.

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Unknown said…
You know, I saw these advertised recently and wondered about them. Thanks!
New follower from the Alexa Hop.
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Diane said…
Im a new GFC follower

I found your from the Monday Alexa Blog Hop!

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Great item to have in your purse!

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Keenly Kristin said…
These sound great!!!

Stopping by from the Alexa hop!

Kristin :)
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I'm visiting from the Alexa Hop! :)

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lovinangels said…
Ooohhh, nice.

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