Noodle & Boo – Products Worth Reviewing


I love shopping for new body washes and lotions. And it’s even more fun to shop for my son because kids’ products always have the most delightful and pleasant fragrances. But I don’t just buy products on scent alone – although they are an enticing factor. For me, ingredients and their effectiveness matters a great deal on whether the more expensive types of body care are really worth it. When it comes to body care for kids, I do think that higher quality products take care of their skin better.

When I was sent Noodle & Boo to try, I was actually pretty excited about it. I’ve seen Noodle & Boo at department stores and have always been curious at just how great they could be. The scent alone is quite intriguing as they don’t smell too “babyish” but still has a gentle and soothing scent. What’s really great about them is their unique formulation for children’s delicate skin. Packed with vitamins E and C, they are natural antioxidants to help protect and nourish the skin.


Noodle & Boo was founded by a mom who wanted better products to care for her children’s sensitive skin. These skin  care products are delicately blended and formulated to be beneficial and without any unnecessary ingredients. Noodle & Boo does not contain parabens, phthalates, sulfates, PPG’s, artificial dyes, GMO’s, triclosan, and all the bottles are made free of BPA.

I was given the Ultimate Ointment, Super Soft Lotion, and Extra Gentle Shampoo to try and while at first my son wasn’t quite used to the scent (because I usually get him Lavender or Citrus scents), after lathering on the lotion and using the shampoo he decided the scents worked well with what was used on him. The Ultimate Ointment is designed more for babies and infants where diaper sensitivity, eczema, and cradle cap may occur. But it really can be used for any age in my opinion. It’s just an ultra soft and moisturizing protecting balm so even older kids or adults can use them. The Super Soft Lotion does exactly as it’s named – it softens the skin and leaves skin smoother and has a pleasant fragrance. My son has gotten used to having body lotion all over his skin and especially with the dry winter months coming up, it’s important to keep your kids skin soft and moisturized for ultimate comfort. With the Extra Gentle Shampoo, it is meant to work well with a baby’s delicate skin on the scalp. The shampoo is a tearless formula and has very little suds so they don’t end up irritating the skin should you use too much.

Noodle & Boo makes an extensive line of luxury skin care products for both children and adults. Along with the three products I tried, Noodle & Boo also makes products to pamper moms as well. With the light scent and the ultra luxurious ingredients, Noodle & Boo also makes great gifts to new moms. I had bought a set for a dear friend of mine when she had given birth not too long ago and she could not stop using the “mommy” lotions. The packaging is beautiful and with so many products available, there’s bound to be something your child (or you) will enjoy.

You can find Noodle & Boo online, in Nordstrom, and certain specialty shops that carry luxury children products. For more information about Noodle & Boo, please visit their website:

Disclaimer: The product(s)were sent to the author for review by the manufacturer/PR. All reviews on “Happymomblogger” remain unbiased and unpaid and are the sole decision of the author. The opinions of these product(s) were not influenced in any way, shape, or form. As always, please read the ingredients carefully when trying new products.

Please read the labels and ingredients carefully and follow all manufacturer’s instructions (if any). The products selected for the giveaway were generously donated by the companies/PR to help readers learn more about their products. The winner’s choice in using/consuming these products are entirely up to the winner and will not hold the author and her family liable nor the companies/PR liable. These products are made with non-toxic ingredients but always be safe with what you use and consume.

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