Trying to wipe children’s runny noses when they are tired of having a rough tissue scratch at their faces is nearly impossible. Little Busy Bodies solved this problem with the invention of Boogie Wipes®, the first saline nose wipe for kids.
Boogie Mist puts a fun twist on relieving stuffed up sinuses for kids who resist the mist. Its fun scents like grape and menthol made nose wiping a game for kids while the saline soothed their tender skin. Now the company is solving another booger-filled problem with the introduction of Boogie Mist, a gentle saline nasal mist with a twist. Instead of a boring spray nozzle, Boogie Mist has a Schnozzle (a scented nozzle) designed to make the nasal spray much more appealing to kids.
Boogie Mist gentle saline nasal mist helps soothe and clear nasal passages with nothing more than the power of non-medicated, all natural saline. Sterile saline helps flush blockage from the nose while moisturizing tender skin. Available in grape and fresh scent Schnozzles, Boogie Mist will have parents and children alike breathing a collective sigh of relief.
Whether inflicted by a cold, flu or simple allergies, Boogie Mist can help cure the sniffles, stuffiness, painful dry nose and general congestion. It can be used as often as needed for relief throughout the day and night.
Boogie Mist is available at retailers nationwide including: Target, Babies R Us, Toys R Us, Walgreens, Kroger and Buy Buy Baby. Boogie Mist has an MSRP of $6.29 per bottle. For more information, visit: www.boogiewipes.com.
About Little Busy Bodies
The first-ever saline nose wipe, Boogie Wipes®, was invented by two moms as a solution for their kids’ sore, red, stuffy noses. Little Busy Bodies Inc. was founded in May 2007. Sales of Boogie Wipes® reached $1 million in the company’s first year of business and by 2009; Little Busy Bodies tripled its revenue to $3.4 Million. Boogie Wipes® are now sold in 50,000 retail stores across the U.S. and Canada including Walmart, Target, Walgreens, and Toys ‘R’ Us.
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