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4 Products And Services Discerning Homeowners And Mindful Moms Should Try This July

July marks the beginning of the second half of the year so we totally understand if you're feeling the need to refresh some aspects about your home, or try new offerings that will make your life easier and more efficient. And if quick and easy upgrades to how you've been running things for the past six months are what you're looking for, here's a list that's perfect for you! 

Check out this guide on the latest products and services available to all discerning homeowners and mindful moms that'll surely help them in more ways than one. 

 

Nestlé's ready-to-drink subscription service

Convenience in grocery shopping for kids is the name of the game for many homeowners these days, with moms juggling multiple responsibilities being the first to attest to this!

Now, here's some pretty awesome news: Nestlé's newly launched ready-to-drink subscription service. 

Here's how it works: you register, for free, on GoodFood.ph and select a drink package that's best for you and your family's needs. Each package can contain just one beverage (perhaps your kids' favorite Nestlé drink like Milo or Chuckie) or a mix of them (maybe add in a low-fat fresh milk drink and Nescafé for yourself). You'll also be able to indicate how many months you'd love to receive your packages for.

Pay with a credit card online or with cash when your doorstep delivery arrives, and just like that, you've restocked your fridge with the drinks your family loves. 

As a bonus, Nestlé helps the environment with this initiative by encouraging those subscribed to the program to keep and clean their drink containers properly for them to collect when their next delivery comes. The containers (Tetrapack boxes) are brought to Nestlé's partner recycling plant and are put to good use afterwards!—Sara de los Reyes 

 

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Nestlé ready-to-drink executives ?and partners 

 

Products included in Nestlé's ready-to-drink subscription

 

 

Royal Canin's online registration system

When it comes to healthcare for the human members of our families, we all know that prevention is always better than cure. But have we ever stopped to think that the same principle applies to our furry, feathered, and even scaly pals, too? 

While we know that regularly bringing pets to the vet for routine check-ups can be a chore, hear us out: Royal Canin takes away the hassles (of which there are many!) of setting an appointment with your vet, or even finding one in a nearby location with operating hours suitable to your schedule altogether.

Their website now allows pet owners to register their animal friends online and then recommends clinics within their area while also keeping them up to date with must-know information about pet vaccinations, nutrition, grooming, and overall healthcare. Best of all, this online registration system is available to pet owners nationwide!—Sara de los Reyes 

 

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The Comfort care detergent

Let's face it: we all have our favorite pieces of clothing that we'd willingly wear until their dying breath. Whether we've had these faves for a day or a decade, subjecting it to harsh chemicals during laundry always leaves us feeling a little worried. What if today's the day it finally gives in, or what if it's not the same bright red when you first got it a few months ago? 

We can rest easy knowing that Comfort care detergent looks out for our clothes and helps fight against the five signs of clothes aging—that's right, it's not just our skin that can age without grace!—color fading, roughness, shape loss, bobbling, and yellowness. Our favorite tops and dresses can finally stay new for longer!—Renee Nuevo

 

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Comfort comes in two variants: casual care and glamour care, as well as in fabric conditioner form. 

 

 

JOHNSON’S® New CottonTouch™ products for your little one

Babies are different from one another and, therefore, their needs vary. But one thing's for sure, all parents (moms, especially) want their little ones to always be clean, fresh, and sweet-smelling. It's unavoidable for the kids to sweat and smell a little more so when they're beginning to explore their surroundings. That's why, it helps to have scented products to ensure they stay huggable and kissable all day—after all, we can't deny the fact that smelling good can instantly enhance one's mood, be it the wearer's or that of the people around him or her.

However, there's a misconception that scented products can be bad for babies with sensitive skin. JOHNSON’S® acknowledges the apprehension of parents regarding this, so the brand's formulas now are already free of known fragrance allergens.    

Did you know that scent has stronger cues for emotional memories than other senses, because it is linked to memory and emotion in the brain? 

Metro.Style cover girl Divine Lee-Go, who says she's "a bit old fashioned when it comes to skincare for babies," can attest that scented skincare products are also great to have among the essential arsenal of baby care items. "I let Baz play and get messy, that’s the essence of being a baby! But the OC in me bathes him 3x a day," she says. "Baz is an active kid and I need products with scents that last but are still gentle enough for him."

Divine loves using JOHNSON’S® New CottonTouch™ products on baby Baz—in fact, she reveals she's also using these herself! She says, "I’m sharing Baz’s skincare. Haha! I want to make sure I use products that are gentle enough for pregnant people, but with a running toddler, I don’t have time to actually 'research and search' for these new products. I just did what is logical, what’s good enough for Bazzy is good enough for mommy."       

JOHNSON’S® New CottonTouch™ products are clinically proven not to disrupt a baby’s naturally developing skin microbiome. CottonTouch sweeps away dirt without leaving the skin feeling dry. When used as a part of a bathtime routine, it enables a gentle, ultra-light touch and enhances a parent’s touch, specifically through C-fiber activation. The entire CottonTouch collection is clinically proven mild and safe from the first day of life for fragile, sensitive newborn skin. All the products in the new reformulated Johnson’s are free of parabens, phthalates, dyes, sulfates, petroleum ingredients and fragrance allergens.—Grace Libero-Cruz

 

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