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I have had extremely sensitive skin for as long as I can remember! Just last week (while my sister was visiting from out of state) she suggested that I try out a face cleaner that has been working wonders on her skin. Silly me completely forget to check the ingredients and just two days after applying it to my skin, my face was completely covered in hives and my eyes almost swollen shut. I spent the next several days looking like I had a sunburn on my face and doing everything I could to get my face back to normal. Things like this have been happening to me ever since I was a kid and unfortunately my six year old son inherited my sensitive skin. Several years ago I bought a new detergent and after one wash, both of us were covered in hives.
There is nothing worse than when your child has an allergic reaction to a new product! What many people don’t understand is that it can prevent them from having fun. Certain actives can cause more irritation. When I was growing up I did swimming lessons at the local pool, I remember my skin getting painfully sore from the chlorine. I don’t want my son to ever suffer that pain and irritation, so I always do my best to make sure I avoid an allergic reaction at all cost. That means reading labels and using products that are free of harsh chemicals.
We have been all about Halloween crafts since October rolled around and my son has been “Free to be” and enjoy these hands on crafts because he is free of sensitive skin worries. We do our laundry with all® free clear because it is perfume-free and contains a dye-free hypoallergenic formula that removes 99% of the top everyday and seasonal allergies. all® free clear helps make my life simpler and clearer because I can do my son’s laundry without worrying it will cause his skin pain and irritation. I also discovered that this detergent is the #1 recommended brand by dermatologists, allergists, and pediatricians!
Fun fact: all® free clear detergent was awarded the Seal of Acceptance by the National Eczema Association for having no dyes, perfumes, certain chemicals, and irritating residues!
*Dog and cat dander, dust mite matter, ragweed pollen, grass/tree pollen. All® free clear is not intended to treat or prevent allergies.
I purchase my all® free clear liquid detergent and free clear mighty pacs® at my local Target, both are located right in the laundry aisle. This detergent does more than keep my son’s skin free from irritation. The all® free clear detergent also does an impressive job at fighting tough stains, whitening out whites, and brightening our colors.
With the worry of sensitive skin behind us, my son is free to participate in the same hands on crafts that his siblings are able to. He can get his hands right into the paint and create to super easy and fun Halloween canvases. All you need to get started with this craft is some blank canvases, paint, a paintbrush, paper plates, and little hands!
How To Make A DIY Halloween Hand Print Canvas!
The first step is to paint your blank canvas in a color of your choice, we went with purple and orange for our background colors. Allow them to fully dry before moving on to the next step.
The next step is all of my children’s favorite part… get their hands in the paint! If you have a toddler, you can also do a footprint since they have smaller feet.
Figure out what you want to create with your and print first. We decided on a spider (made with two hand prints) and a ghost made with my toddler’s foot print.
Once you have the hands painted, place a hand print in your desired location! The great thing about Halloween themed hand prints is that the kids can mess up, get it too smudgy or smear it by mistake without ruining it because that gives it an extra spooky look!
Allow those adorable little hand and foot prints to dry before moving onto the next step!
Your final step is to turn your hand print into something spooky! Add some Halloween themed items to the background. You can even use foam stickers for the letter if you have younger children. Use your imagination, there are so many fun and unique ways to make this craft your own!
We had so much fun creating these Halloween and print canvas art! They were super easy to make and I will definitely be running to the store to create more with the kids. And thanks to all® free clear liquid detergent, my son’s skin isn’t suffering from any irritations so he was able to enjoy this craft to the fullest!
Let us know in the comment section below if you have a child that suffers from skin allergies and if you plan on adding all® free clear liquid detergent to your laundry routine to avoid those awful skin irritations!