We missed that last zoo day with our MOMS club. I was already in downtown Seattle and I had directions and suddenly the road was closed where I was supposed to turn and there were two lanes in front of me that said to ferries. I did not want to get on a ferry so I turned the opposite direction of the zoo and took my kids home before we got lost.
So I was supposed to write a post about Endangered Species on that day too. So here I am trying to make up for my tardiness.
I did take my kids to the Cougar Mountain Zoo when my family was in town. We learned a lot about endangered species.
You can learn more about endangered species by going to your local zoo or by checking out Kiss My Face Kids
Kiss My Face launched the site to celebrate the launch of its collection for kids, which features endangered species like Terell the Tiger and Preston the Penguin on its packaging
Kiss My Face created the kids collection because they know parents want to teach their child/children on how to make good decisions naturally. Whether it is about what they eat, wear or put on their skin, today’s parents are teaching their kids the importance of choosing natural products whenever possible. Kiss My Face, a company that has believed in making natural products since they were founded in the 1980s, uses natural ingredients to create products that won’t harm the earth, or your skin! The packaging was designed to bring awareness of endangered species and the importance of making a conscious effort to help preserve the environments these animals live in, with the goal of getting these animals off the endangered species list one day.
While I was looking at Chi-Chi’s page I found that Kiss My Face Kids has a lot of interesting facts about these animals. Like how big a Chimpanzee can be and where they live. You can also find backgrounds that you can download for your computers screens and pictures you can print or coloring pages for your children’s rooms.
Kiss My Face has been working on organic products for quite a while. It is the product of two long-time vegetarians looking for healthy skin products. It was founded on a 200 acre organic farm in New York and is still located in the Hudson River Valley. Kiss My Face has no room for artificial colors or chemical additives. No animals are used for product testing.