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November 21, 2020

How to Keep Everyone Happy Little Campers

Disclosure: Complimentary product was received for review purposes. All opinions are entirely my own.  

I’m going to start this out by saying: I don’t say “no” to free diapers. I don’t know a mom who does. My friend had Honest diapers covered in pink flowers which her daughter outgrew. “Of course I’ll take them,” I said. 


So when Happy Little Campers offered to send me some of their diapers to review, what kind of mom would I be if I turned them down.


Though initially I thought I hadn’t heard of the company before, I realized after some research that I had in fact saw a morning show interview Hilary Duff (who is a spokesperson and ambassador for the company) did with a local news station. 


Happy Little Campers prides itself on being a line that’s not just good for babies, but good for the environment. Something I 10000% agree with. The hypo-allergenic cotton diapers are made with 100% natural products and their wipes feature organic aloe vera and Vitamin E. 


They sent me their 100% Natural Cotton Baby Wipes, Flushable Baby Wipes, Ultra Absorbent Diapers and Hand Sanitzer to try out.




I think the most noteworthy thing is that there IS NO DIFFERENCE in their products. You can get diapers and wipes that are good for your baby, good for the environment and WORK (as a mom you know that last part is critical). E hasn’t had a blowout or diaper accident (except at night because he tends to sleep for 12-15 hours in a go) and in the Happy Little Campers stayed fresh even while darting around our staycation at Aulani.


We used the wipes for his bum but since we were on vacation we also happened to have them at the pool and with a baby running amok he often had food or snacks all over his face and hands. But because the wipes were all natural I didn’t think twice about whipping them out on multiple occasions to help with other non-diaper messes.



Honestly though  -- and I hope the company doesn’t hate me for this – my favorite product was the hand sanitizer. With COVID AND a baby we go through hand sanitizer like no one’s business. They sent me two bottles and even though I have tried and used a TON of hand sanitizer in the last eight months I think the Happy Little Camper ones are easily my favorite. It comes with an easy-to-use hand pump which means no fiddling with and opening lids and squeezing it out, it’s made in the USA (big bonus points to Todd) and it doesn’t smell at all harsh or have a stinging alcohol smell. In fact when Todd used it he thought it must have much lower alcohol content than our other sanitizers but in fact it has a higher alcohol content. And when I use it I don’t feel like I have to roll down the windows or wave my hands away from the baby before I go near him. Love, love, love. 


You can buy Happy Little Campers direct through their website or here in Hawaii, find them at Walmart stores.


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