This is a sponsored discussion about Healthy Essentials and Earth Day on behalf of Johnson & Johnson and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.
It’s April, can you believe it? It rained so hard most of yesterday I swear I started swimming at some point. These April showers are SURE to bring May flowers, so I’m trying to keep the complaining to a minimum. But don’t get me started on the 25 degree temp drop and possible snow.
ANYways. I love sharing good deals and wanted to let you know that the J&J Healthy Essentials site has over $55 in coupons and deals right now. Plus they have tips for going green and other Earth Month ideas alongside ways to stay healthy, so check out the site to save some moolah on products you’ll need this season (achoo!) Here’s a peek at some of the savings:
- – Save $1.00 on any JOHNSON’S® Baby Intense Moisture Cream
- – Save $1.00 on any LUBRIDERM® product (6oz or larger)
- – Save $1.00 on any (1) CLEAN & CLEAR® product (excludes trial and travel sizes)
- – Save $1.00 on any (1) NEUTROGENA® Sun product (exclude trial size)
- – Save $1.00 on any (1) LISTERINE® SMART RINSE Anti-cavity Mouthwash, 500 ml
- – Save $1.00 on any (1) REACH® Total Care Floss, or REACH® Gentle Gum Care Floss, or REACH® Dentotape® or REACH® Access® Flosser
- – Save $2.00 on any (3) NEOSPORIN®, BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive bandages or JOHNSON and JOHNSON RED CROSS® Brand products (excludes all trial and travel sizes, First Aid Kits, 10 ct Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandages, and On-the-Go First Aid Kits. Must buy (2) different brand products to qualify for this offer along with a third product)
Sustainability is really important to me, which is why I wanted to learn more about what major brands like J&J are doing to help. Recently I’ve been having these epic visions of the year 2020 and a dark, windy earth with melted ice caps and living on the coast– the coast being Kansas because the ice caps are gone. I was impressed that J&J cares about the environment enough to source their packaging as environmentally as possible, and make it recyclable on our end as well. Plus, they have a list of WHAT you can recycle and what you can’t. Hooray for a company doing it right, and here’s hoping we can keep our coast where it is for awhile!
Also, I’ve mentioned this before but the Johnson & Johnson Donate a Photo app is still going strong. For each photo uploaded (you can donate one a day, on the daily if you want!), J&J will donate a $1 to a fantastic charity that you get to choose from the selections they feature. It’s such an easy way to donate I wanted to share… especially if you’re a photo lover like me. 😉
I’m off to check out those deals and go through expired products to recycle the packages. Enjoy the rest of your day!
Many thanks to Johnson & Johnson and The Motherhood for sponsoring this conversation. All opinions are my own.