And, now that I have confessed my almost Single White Female obsession with Costco, you will not be surprised by how often I reference the ‘C’ word in this, and all future, posts…so let the tally begin.
I found this wonderful product at Costco about a month ago: VitaBath: Lime Citron Basil Gelee
Side Note: I am not a curious consumer. I generally don’t read labels, I don’t register for rebates, and I hate signing up for ‘rewards’ points/cards/credits/etc. But, I just happened to be ravenous after this particular Costco run (don’t worry it will make sense soon…) so I dumped my purchases on the kitchen table and raided the kitchen pantry for cereal. I’m not a curious consumer, but I am a cereal reader (I enjoy reading while eating cereal…usually the cereal box itself) except I had already read this cereal box….So the next thing in sight was the VitaBath. Munching and reading along, I came across this dubious warning on the back of the bottle which read: ‘CAUTION: FOR ADULT USE ONLY‘ Disappointing. I had hoped I could use it in my kids’ baths as well (after all there is SO much of it!) I sent the company an email and asked for a further explanation of the warning (did they warn against use on children because it would sting their eyes, or because of something more sinister???) Well, I guess I will never know – I didn’t receive a reply. But, that’s fine – more bath gelee for me, more ‘blah’ soap for my husband and the kids’ get to use their new Baby Bee wash – everyone wins!!