That’s why I love the Dove Self-Esteem Project. It’s a site full of information and resources that help parents build self-esteem in their children. I’ve always loved how well Dove products work, but now I love them for an even more important reason. They’re helping parents uplift their kids, and these days, that’s more important than ever. The past few months have been hard on everyone, even the kids. Between missing out on all their summer activities and hanging out with friends, it has been a very isolating experience for my kids, and I know it must have been that way for kids all across the country.
I love giving my kids Dove products to help them keep that self-confidence I’ve been working so hard to instill in them. When you look good and smell good, you feel good, and Dove helps my kids do that.
Dove helps 15,000 young people in the USA every day to build self-esteem and body confidence. Right now, we can help support the Dove commitment to build self-esteem for young people when we buy choose Dove products at BJ’s Wholesale Club. In addition, from 9/14 to 10/14, when we purchase $50 worth of qualifying Dove items, we’ll also get a $10 award loaded onto our BJ’s Wholesale Club membership cards, so it’s a win for everyone.
There are two great Dove products you can purchase to support building self-esteem in kids across the country and get a little something back for your wallet, as well.
Dove Deep Moisture Body Wash, 3 Pack
This body wash only uses 100% gentle cleansers that help keep skin both clean and moisturized. It uses NutriumMoisture technology that helps deliver nutrients to the skin to nourish it deeply. It’s also the Allure Best of Beauty Award Winner for Body Wash and the #1 dermatologist recommended body wash.
Dove Beauty Bars
The Dove Beauty Bars gently wash away dead skin and have the famous 1/4 moisturizing cream that Dove is known for. It helps keep the skin soft and feeling great. It smells good, too!
Go visit their page and find out how they can help you build self-esteem in your kids. You’ll find a body confidence conversation guide, tools, activities, and more. They even have resources for teachers, pastors, and other adults who mentor/guide children.