Are you confused about product labels on baby products? Seventh Generation wants to help you understand those labels and ingredients so that you can make a well informed decision about the products your buying for your baby. Seventh Generation will be hosting a twitter party on Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 1p Est (12p CST) The party will last about an hour and you’ll have the opportunity to win great prizes.
#7GenBabyFest Twitter party details
Many moms make reading and understanding food ingredient labels a priority. But what about reading bath and body personal care product labels? Seventh Generation recently partnered with The Motherhood on a survey that showed parents may need some help when it comes understanding the ingredients that are in their children’s personal care products. Join us for a Twitter party to help you better understand how to read product ingredient labels so you can make the healthiest decisions for you and your family! We’ll be sharing the results from the survey, and Seventh Generation experts will be there to answer questions!
When: Wednesday, February 13, 1 p.m. ET , 12p.m CST (the party will last one hour)
Where: We’ll be on Twitter – follow the #7GenBabyFest hashtag to track the conversation. See details and RSVP via this Twtvite: http://bit.ly/VR87MP
Prizes: Seventh Generation will giveaway 5 total prizes, each including a full set of Seventh Generation baby care products. Winners will be chosen randomly from among participants who respond correctly to trivia questions.
Follow Hosts: @theMotherhood, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann, @SeventhGen
There will also be other bloggers joining me as a co-host. Looking forward to chatting with you at the twitter party. See u there.
TweetGrid for the party: http://bit.ly/11bcuIy
I’ll be attending the party sharing my knowledge as a mom of 4 children ranging in age from 24 – 4 yr old. Now that’s a lot of baby care hours built up. I’ve dealt with everything from RSV to diaper rash to eczema and allergies.
disclosure: I am being provided compensation for sharing this information and attending the twitter party. Thoughts are 100% my own.