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Tiny Tillia

Recently I was given the amazing opportunity to review a product I had never heard of. Tiny Tillia I quickly learned was by AVON a well known and trusted company in this family. We were given several things to put to the test. Calming Lavender Shampoo and Conditioner,Citrus Shampoo & Body wash, Dilly Pig Bath Mitt, an amazingly soft blanket, and "Geoffrey" the Giraffe Stuffed toy<--not his real name but I can't seem to find his real name and that is what my daughter calls him :O)
Neither one has left her side since they came in the mail :O)
Having a child with really curly hair it has always been a struggle to find a product that leaves her hair manageable. I think I have tried just about every commercially available product. While using the Calming Lavender Shampoo and Conditioner I think her hair has been softer and more manageable then ever! I'm really glad to have had this opportunity because her hair is typically a rats nest of knots! If your child has easily tangled hair I really recommend this product :O)

We have been using the Citrus product as a body wash :O) she loves that she can put it on her piggy bath mitt and use him to wash her Nothing is better then having fun while getting clean, no matter how old you are :O)
You can see these products and more at and check out their facebook page at

*I received these products free to be able to conduct a complete and honest review. Any and all vies stated are that of my own and were in no way influenced*


royalegacy said…
I love Avon products. When I see their name, I know it is going to be a great product. Thanks for sharing!
I grew up on Avon products, love that giraffe, he's adorable!
Danielle Meek said…
Love the giraffe and blanket.. So cute!
Aprile Mazey said…
I love the looks so soft.

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