Happy Future: Organic Skin Care Products Made in France {Giveaway}

Happy Future Baby

Baby’s skin is extremely sensitive and fragile and using natural products that are organic and hypoallergenic is a must. I am happy to introduce you to a lovely European line of products that features safe skincare specifically designed for their sensitive skin.

All Happy Future products are made in France and they are Paraben & Pahenoxyethanol Free, USDA approved, certified organic, hypoallergenic and dermatologist tested. Plus they contain no nut oils, heavy scents or synthetic perfumes..

Happy Future is truly committed to providing families with only the best certified organic skincare products.

I love that their product line is all natural and purified, it has actually been tested for purity and organic compliance (so it is truly organic, not just what the labels say). They are all so organic they are even edible! Not many products on the market can say that.

I received their Liniment Lotion (diaper change), Cleansing lotion non-rinse,  Delicate Cleaning Bath and Shower Gel and Moisturizing Cream for Face and Body to try.


Liniment Lotion ($17)

This lotion soothes and prevents diaper rash, dry skin and even eczema.  It is super easy to apply (rub on skin and leave) and you can use it as frequently as needed.  Great when dealing with very dry skin (even for adults, I use a bit on my arms and the skin feels so soft right after!).

Happy Future Baby Products

Non-Rinse Cleansing Lotion ($17)

The Cleaning Lotion (non-rinse) removes impurities and refreshes skin without the need of bathing. It is great for cleaning stinky diaper messes.  I love having it by our changing table , always ready!  Combined with Liniment it stops redness and soothes diaper rashes.

Delicate Cleanings Gel Shower & Bath ($19)

The Shower & Bath Gel is good for skin and hair and it smells great.  I love not having to use shampoo separately as it is a lot easier to have one product for both skin and hair.  The product rinses easily and quickly and I love how soft his skin is after using it.

Moisturizing Cream for Face and Body ($16)

Great cream for soothing dry irritated skin.  It can even be used by adults and it works great on skin that’s irritated by shaving!  This one is my favorite product from their entire line. I just love using it after his bath because my hands end up smelling yummy and feeling super soft right after.  This cream contains Aloe Vera ( I LOVE Aloe Vera).

We are truly loving the entire line of Happy Future lotions and creams and I will be ordering more once we finish our samples. Definitively a must have if you are looking for natural organic products that are safe for your entire family!

Buy it: Use dicount code BB1053 now to get 25% off your purchase. Ends July 20th, don’t miss it.

Win it: One very lucky US/CAN reader will win a gift basket with the same 4 products I received (a $70 value).  Enter to win via Rafflecopter below. Good Luck!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I received a sample of a product to facilitate my review. No other compensation was provided and all views and opinions stated on this post are 100% my own.

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Angela V

Founder and Writer at One Smiley Monkey blog
Hi, my name is Angela van Tijn and I live in Vancouver, Canada with my wonderful husband, our two boys and our puppy. I am the founder and primary contributor behind One Smiley Monkey. Welcome to my blog!

159 responses to “Happy Future: Organic Skin Care Products Made in France {Giveaway}”

  1. Yes, we do, every night at bath time and during diaper changes.

  2. Thanks for the giveaway! 🙂

  3. We have an after bath/bedtime skin care routine… calendula cream for the face, lotion with calendula, and earth angel bottom balm. Little one loves it!

  4. Only cj’s because I hadn’t found anything that I can use on my boys.

  5. Yes, every bathtime.

  6. This is spectacular! Simply put i appreciate reading your written content everytime I get feed alarm.

  7. I absolutely do! Especially after Baths.

  8. Yes we use creams on all our kids! Its part of our bedtime routine!

  9. Not every day, no. At diapers changes we use a mixture of water and olive oil to wipe and we only bather her every other day – but we use baby wash and cream those days

  10. Yes at bathtime.

  11. daily in the morning

  12. yes, we have a bedtime routine, bath and then a massage which he loves while I apply the lotion

  13. Not every day, but every second day. We just use water with her cloth wipes and a gentle baby wash for bath times. She has such sensitive skin, so this product sounds amazing.

  14. We bathe our son every night, but he has sensitive skin so we have to make sure to use products that won’t irritate him

  15. absolutely

  16. yup – every day after the bath

  17. I don’t but I should… MIne ar really fair and I make sure they always wear a hat. Doesn’t protect them from reflections off the ground. I should…

  18. no, not daily – just whenever it’s needed

  19. Yes. We use them daily.

  20. Yes, every day.

  21. I have used moisturizer fairly regularly on my children and a gentle on skin type body wash occasionally. These products sound great, thanks so much for the chance to win!

  22. I use shampoo & body wash on my kids daily and lotion every once in a while on my 8 month old!

  23. I do use them daily! Theres nothing better than a soft sweet smelling baby 😀

  24. The only skin care products I use on my LO are sunscreen, occasional organic baby powder, and occasional lotion (in winter)

  25. Yes I do but it has to be organic because my daughter has sensitive skin

  26. I do use lotion daily on my sons

  27. My son has eczema so yes, we use cream every day.

  28. Not daily, only when needed

  29. Yes, we use skincare at bathtime and bedtime everyday.
    rafflecopter name: Lisa K

  30. Yes,, every night at bath time

  31. I use them daily

  32. daily!! currently it is episential

  33. Every day – sunscreen!

  34. Probably about every 2 days for my grandkids

  35. twitted this, 29/6

  36. No, not daily. Only when needed

  37. Yes, we use diaper cream and baby lotion daily.

  38. Yes, everyday after the bath.

  39. With both having skin conditions, cream is an essential part of my twin boys’ nighttime routine. Getting my twin girls to use cream… now that’s a different story!

  40. Awesome! I posted about this giveaway at the Moody Sisters blog at moodysisters.blogspot.com

  41. Yep we use them daily! Shampoo, conditioner, body wash and lotion!

  42. I use skin care products with my son every night he gets out of the tub. This would be a great gift basket to win…I love trying new products with my son.

  43. I use washable baby wipes and make my own wipe solution. I’ve been using Burt’s Bees baby wash and baby oil to make my solution, but I’m looking for something else that would work better.

  44. we sure do! every day we put a moisturizer with SPF on them in the winter. and in the summer we will put sun screen on them every day.

  45. I don’t use skincare products on my DD daily because she has sensitive skin. She gets a bath every other day (or as needed) and I usually put coconut oil on her or a baby eczema cream.

  46. yes

  47. Yes, I do! 🙂

  48. June 30-I did use products on my children when they were little as all of them had sensetive skin. We did not have the range of products available now. My druggist mixed me up a soothing mixture which seemed to help prevent diaper rrash, and I used Cloth Diapers most of the time.-el03ro

  49. June 30-I did use products on my children when they were little as all of them had sensetive skin. We did not have the range of products available now. My druggist mixed me up a soothing mixture which seemed to help prevent diaper rrash, and I used Cloth Diapers most of the time.- and used plastic pants over them to take them on visits to the doctor, etc.-el03ro

  50. Frequently, but not daily

  51. Currently we are doing the three B’s routine, Bed, Bath & Book. We use Weleda or Burt’s Bees for a leg and foot massage. Thanks for the giveaway!

  52. I need to improve my skin.

  53. yes, johnson and johnson ones!

  54. I always moisturize my two little girls after their Bubble Baths 🙂

  55. I have furry babies in the form of 2 dogs and 3 cats. No special routine here. I bathe the dogs with their own shampoo and conditioner (The cats take care of themselves) Easy!

  56. We bath almost daily and we use lotion on my son after every bath

  57. yes. everyday after a bath

  58. My 3 month old has such sensitive skin, I would love to try a product like this!

  59. No not regularily, except of course for sunscreen and moisturizer sometimes if needed,

  60. I always use skin moisturizers

  61. lots of moisturizing creams and lotions

  62. mostly moisturizers and sunscreen

  63. I use Aveeno products currently

  64. Yes, I use skin care products daily with my son.

  65. Yes I use skincare products daily, Babyganics sunscreen and Burts Bees wash.

  66. My red-haired granddaughter needs lots of moisturizing and sunscreen.

  67. Yes, multiple times a day 🙂

  68. yes, always.

  69. anything natural must be good..

  70. I do not use skin care products on my little one daily. Mostly after baths only.

  71. All the time.

  72. I do — bath wash, shampoo (not daily), and lotion.

  73. yes, always

  74. Yes, I use a moisturizing cream after each bath.

  75. I am using the lotion regularly but diaper rashes are still as it is.

  76. Yes – baby/body lotion right after his bath!

  77. I use johnsons baby lotion on my boys everyday!
    dalleykt at live dot ca

  78. we use skin care products on bath days.

  79. Yes i use skin care on my kids skin daily. They all have dry skin and eczema to varying degrees

  80. actually, I don’t use that many lotions on my son’s skin. I use more often baby powder and diaper cream

  81. Yes Johnson and johnson

  82. None yet.. but baby is on the way 🙂

  83. Yes we use Burt’s/Baby Bee products and some Johnson & Johnson.

  84. We use cleansing products everyday and night after bathtime.

  85. I would love to win this! My little one has sensitive skin and right now, I use Calendula.
    Thank you for the entry!
    Email: contestwpggirl@mymts.net

  86. I use cream on his arms and legs…baby powder on his chest and back.

  87. Right now we use Goats milk product. This is a product I would love to try. Thank you

  88. Yes, after their bath at night. I would love to win this giveaway!

  89. We use Aveeno or Johnson products, always after their baths and ours. Can never use moisturizer enough as far as my wife is concerned..lol.

  90. I use moisturizer every day with my daughter. Thanks for hosting!

  91. We use mostly coconut oil!

  92. yes we do

  93. I do not use skin products daily yet

  94. Skin care products are very important at any age!

  95. yes, I do especially after every bath to restore moisture into their skins- – Paul T/Pauline T aka Paul Tran….. emscout9 at Hotmail dot com

  96. Lots of moisturizing cream and suncream

  97. yes, always


  98. My kids use skin products daily — I would love to use something that is organic though….

  99. Yes I use skin products daily with my little one.

  100. These are the gorgeous baby skin care products. I need to buy for my baby. I need to know details about the payment method of this products. How can I pay for this & How can I get this products delivery.

  101. We use a body lotion daily with my little one

  102. Not daily, but sometimes after bath time.

  103. my daughter in law uses a lotion on my grandson daily

  104. I do not use them daily as my children seem to break out no matter how chemical free or gentle. I use Vanicream and only sparingly.

  105. no i don’t because his skin is so sensative

  106. No, we don’t. But it would be good!

  107. Just baby wash & cornstarch powder in the summer we add lotion in the winter.

  108. yes

  109. I use skincare products on my niece when she takes a bath, from the body wash to the lotion on put on afterwards.


  111. just lotion after tubby time

  112. Yes a moisturizing cream after bath every night.

  113. Yes, usually body lotion.


  115. Yes I use products daily on my kids

  116. Yes, I use them daily; you can tell when they are not used

  117. Not everyday, but several times a week.

  118. Not daily, but the kids have showers every second day and we encourage them to use moisturizer cream and medicated cream for exzema, spelling that wrong, sorry, but youknow.

  119. Yes daily after bath time.

  120. Yes i use lotion and oils daily on all 3 of my little ones

  121. Not daily but after bathtime I use lotion.

  122. No, I only sometimes use skincare on my wee one.

  123. No, I don’t always use them.

  124. No

  125. I am always looking for something natural for our babies!!!!!

  126. I do not, but should!

  127. YES, do to my children’s sensitive skin we do use skin care products to help daily.
    reejen at comcast dot net

  128. I use lotion on them almost every day for dry skin

  129. Please Enter Me In Your Happy Future Organic Skin Care Gift Basket?
    In Response To Your Question Of Do you use skin care products daily with your little one/s?
    My Answer Is No I Don’t.
    Thanks For Having This Giveaway!!!!!!!!!!!

  130. i do use lotion every day on my grandson, he has dry feet

  131. My grandson is 5 and we still use powders on him because he will get warm and sweaty while playing and we use the baby wash and also wipes for him.I love those things

  132. we go through alot of baby lotion daily

  133. My son has very sensitive skin and its hard finding products that dont irritate his skin. Would love to win this prize for him 🙂

  134. We try to!!!!!
    ptavernie at yahoo dot com

  135. I love that these products are all natural. I can’t wait to try them on my baby!

  136. no my kids are grown this would be a gift

  137. I’m pregnant with my first right now, due in September.. don’t know how often I’ll use skin care products

  138. Just sunscreen.


  139. yes, we do.

  140. I usually use a baby soap and lotion.

  141. Yes, both of my kids have eczema so I need to put on lotions & creams everyday

  142. Yes because my daughter has sensitive skin.

  143. Only as needed.

  144. No not daily

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