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CARA B Naturally Sold in Retail Stores

An all natural hair and skin care line for children that was previously only available online is now selling at retail stores.

CARA B Naturally stands for “Children Are Always Beautiful, Naturally” and is a North Carolina based company. According to the website, CARA B Naturally offers “Genuinely all-natural products especially for ethnically diverse children – the only products of their kind to earn certification from the Natural Products Association.”



 
The owners, two sisters, were recently in Atlanta to visit the Whole Foods locations where their products are sold. They agreed to offer Mommy Talk Show viewers a giveaway of two products:

  1. Moisturizing Hair Mist
    CARA B Naturally Moisturizing Hair Mist
  2. Leave-In Conditioner / Daily Moisturizer
    CARA B Naturally Leave-In Conditioner/Daily Moisturizer

    The company CEO Landra Booker Johnson explains why parents should choose all natural products for their children’s sensitive skin and delicate hair:


    To enter the CARA B Naturally giveaway:

    1. Like the fan page for Mommy Talk Show: www.Facebook.com/MommyTalkShow.
    2. Post on the Mommy Talk Show wall with an example of how you try incorporate natural living (foods, products, etc.) in to your family’s life.
    3. This will give you two entries.
    OR
    1. Post a comment below with an example of how you try incorporate natural living (foods, products, etc.) in to your family’s life.
    2. This will give you one entry.
    OR
    1. Post one comment on the Facebook wall AND one comment below. Both must include an example of how you try incorporate natural living (foods, products, etc.) in to your family’s life.
    2. This will give you four entries!

    Maximum four entries per person. Winner will be chosen randomly on Wednesday, March 10th.

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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12 comments

  1. Samanrha Brunson

    Great interview Joyce!

  2. I love Cara B products! My fav is the lotion. Great to hear they are in whole foods.

  3. Thanks Samantha!
    Karen, I bought the lotion too. Excited to see how it works on A.J.’s skin and his eczema.

  4. I have never tried these products but I think they sound great for my girls’ skin and hair. I try to do natural by only buying locally grown food for my girls (and us) to eat. It is more expensive and much more difficult but better for everyone in the long run!

  5. Brittany,
    You’re right. Natural and organic is more expensive and sometimes harder to find. I noticed A.J. is drawn to the natural foods I serve. Sometimes it’s easy & cheap to grab processed food, but I’m doing my best to leave them off our family menu.
    You have *one* entry in the giveaway. Good luck!

  6. We only use natural products for our baby and ourselves. We try to avoid any products with parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals, and SLS, among other things. Our favorite product lines right now for Annabelle are Burts Bees and California Baby. Always looking for new and great products!

  7. Thanks Alix. You have *one* entry in the giveaway. Good luck!

  8. Love the idea behind these new products. As a mother of four… doing the natural thing and taking time to use organic products just isn’t easy. I find that the products are often harder to find.. and a bit pricey. However, I know that I have to do better. I’ve decided that this year.. I’m going to stop taking the easy way out… and try and incorporate more natural products into my family’s life.

    • Sounds like a plan. I’ve worn more hair naturally for almost two years now. It’s challenging. But I also want to set an example for my son that natural beauty is best.
      You have *one* entry. Good luck!

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