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2018 Black Friday Deals


HeHe's Picks for

2018 Black Friday Sales 


Thinx Underwear: You will change your life with these underwear. From period parties to postpartum bleeding, thinx will have you covered, literally. Save $15 on your purchase! You'll save $15 on your first purchase (valid all the time)!

RoseBud CBD Oil: As it gains popularity, CBD can be used for many uses including anxiety, balancing hormones, and lifting your mood! I have recently fallen in love with Rosebud. Save 25% on all purchases here (valid through 11/25).

CoCoNu Personal Lubricant: When you think of lube, most people don't think organic, but we know what we put on (and in!) our vaginas really matters. This lubricant is made from coconut water and coconut oil plus can be used for so much more than just sex since it is created from naturally occurring ingredients. For BFS they are having a Buy One, Get One sale, but after BFS you can use the code TBHVIP to receive 10% off your first purchase!

Mommy Wrap: This is the perfect all-in-one gift for mom and baby! This gift bundle includes a precious swaddle, pacifier clip, and a cover up (this piece doubles as a mommy wrap for breastfeeding parents and a carseat cover). The mommy wrap comes in three patterns, black + white // grey + white // pink + white.

Primally Pure: I honestly can't get enough of these products! I have so many! From the fancy face serum to natural lavender deodorant to bar soap for babies, Primally Pure has it all! PLUS they are having a HUGE sale! Use code FREESHIP for all all purchases on Nov. 24, 25 to receive free shipping on all orders!

Lalabu Babywearing Shirt: This shirt is absolutely magical! It is perfect for the first few weeks of baby wearing. They are having a BOGO sale when you use code BLACKFRIDAY at checkout.

Smile Pacifiers: These pacifiers are designed by a pediatric dentist and are, hands down, the most intentional pacifiers on the market! Get 10% off your purchase by using code TBH10 for 10% off your purchase!

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