17 November 2012

Review: INDIGObaby's Jar of Love

There's no better feeling than seeing your child well and smiling, after being sick for 3 days. LB was down with flu since Tuesday night. I was like a 24/7 roving guard monitoring her fever with my digital thermometer (which I find so awesome as it beeps when it reaches the body's temperature) because she reached 39.8 and it was almost two in the morning. I felt a bit sad for her as she didn't go to school for 3 days, missing out on a lot of activities.


I had her take paracetamol and massaged her back, feet & legs with INDIGObaby's Jar of Love Healing Balm. It was a bit funny though that while I was applying it on her back, my super inquisitive sickly daughter said in her weak voice, "is that your toothpaste, Nanay?" ;)

Photo courtesy of INDIGObaby
It smells like mint; well, it has mint. It doesn't smell like that of other brand's vaporub. Di ba nga you feel you're really sick when you smell like that? With Jar of Love, it makes you feel relaxed and it can actually lull you to sleep. Aside from being groggy from medicine, LB easily slept well with the help of Jar of Love. I also believe that massage can help strengthen the bond between you & your child. I have read somewhere that a child who's hugged & being touched more grows up to be a secured individual. So next time that your child comes to you in the middle of your pile of laundry or you're busy with work, instead of shooing him away & telling him that you'll talk to him once you're done, why not give him a quick hug? 

By the way, Jar of Love doesn't just work for kids with fever. Like what was written in INDIGObaby's Facebook fan page, "This minty superstar gel is great for cold, fever, flu, jet lag, motion sickness among other things related to caring for your little ones or yourself when times are rough!" It's only Php415 for 30ml. It has this a la Sebo de Macho texture that when you think you got too much, you can always put it back to the container; unlike oils & creams. 
Just remember, "when you need an extra rub, all you need is a jar of love!"
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{This review is to offer my reading audience an objective opinion that could eventually help them gain an informed decision before the actual purchase. I’m not in any way related to the company.}

11 comments:

  1. i've been an indigo baby fan for a while now, but my favorite was the jar of hope. i have yet to try this one out, though, but if it has mint in it, then it is okay in my book. this would really be perfect on those days that you needed something to cool you down after a long stressful day!

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  2. nanatawa naman ako to her question.. anyway my nephew is sick and currently at the hospital he had fever for 5 days already the medicine is not helping him... now, my xmas budget will be spend to him...

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  3. Awww, I hope your sweet angel will feel good very soon. Hirap pag maysakit ang bata.

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  4. Cute slogan when you need an extra rub, all you need is a jar of love!" like it...That looks great for the little one...

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  5. Nice,I would like to have it too. I want to try it on me, a soothing and relaxing cream.

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  6. I want to try this Jar of Love on my 3+ year-old daughter. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. never heard of that product yet. however i noticed you thermometer and that's exactly what i have.

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  8. i haven't tried their products but hearing good reviews, thanks, will check this out one of of this days.

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  9. Baka naman pweding pa review din nito, hehe... We have a houseful of kids and would be nice if this jar of love would come in handy.:)

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  10. Yes, Catleya! It's safe for babies. :)

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