I admit, I have never heard of Pink Papaya, or their parties. I really don’t understand the consultant/party business model, as it seems restrictive in allowing consumers access to your product. In fact, when I looked up the product sample we were sent, I needed to contact a consultant for information on the website. Now, that’s just plain annoying. Pink Papaya is using the month of January to host parties with children in mind. Partnered with Baby Buggy, the Tinytini line was created.
During January 2012, 2% of Pink Papaya’s January Party revenues will be donated to support Jessica Seinfield’s Baby Buggy organization and anytime someone purchases one of our special, new Tinytini product, developed just for we’ll donate a Tinytini to a family in need. Click Here to purchase a Tinytini. Baby Buggy provides essential clothing and gear to familes in need. Baby Buggy’s product distributions are combined with comprehensive social service assistance, such as job training, financial literacy classes, and parenting support and education. For more infomation on Baby Buggy Click Here to be connected to the Baby Buggy website.
These products are:
- Made in the USA
- Not tested on animals
- Infused with botanical extracts
- Contains organic ingredients
The Tinytini kit contains:
- Tushi Balm
- Bubbly Bath
- Baby Butter
Would I buy this product? No. I think $32 is expensive for the size of the bottles, and it comes in what appears to be a vinyl bag. I would also would hat to have to attend a “party” in order to purchase. I commend the company for donating to needy families, but I also think 2% is rather meager.
Disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.