Celebrate Endangered Species Day with Kiss My Face

The Ohana Mama is going to be reviewing some Kiss My Face products soon but I had to share with you a very important cause…and some fun!

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Celebrate National Endangered Species Day TODAY (and every day!) with Kiss My Face by visiting http://www.kissmyface.com/kids/index.html, where kids and parents can learn about endangered species and partake in great kid-friendly activities including a coloring page, videos and games! Kiss My Face launched the site to celebrate the launch of its collection for kids, which features endangered species like Terell the Tiger and Preston the Penguin on its packaging.

The kids’ collection packaging highlights various endangered species and provides facts and tidbits on each animal.  Inside, parents will find products free of artificial colors, fragrances, parabens and SLS, and boasting natural ingredients such as Organic Green Tea Extract to protect against sun damage, Nettle Extract to stimulate hair growth and improve the condition of the scalp and Tea Tree Oil to kill germs.

Kiss My Face created the kids collection because they know parents want to teach their child/children on how to make good decisions naturally. Whether it is about what they eat, wear or put on their skin, today’s parents are teaching their kids the importance of choosing natural products whenever possible.  Kiss My Face, a company that has believed in making natural products since they were founded in the 1980s, uses natural ingredients to create products that won’t harm the earth, or your skin!  The packaging was designed to bring awareness of endangered species and the importance of making a conscious effort to help preserve the environments these animals live in, with the goal of getting these animals off the endangered species list one day.

Also stay tuned for a giveaway of Kiss My Face goodies!


  1. Thank you. best information for me.

  2. My boys have really sensitive skin, I have been thinking about trying this stuff out.

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