10.21.2009

Original Sprout

Original Sprout has a collection of natural hair & skin products made for babies and up. Once you get the chance to try out some of these great items you will be constantly stealing the shampoo from your little one's bathroom. Plus you no longer have to pack or purchase separate products for the adults and children in your home. You can do this and not compromise on quality when you purchase from Original Sprout. I was extremely impressed with the products I tried. Their Miracle Detangler lives up to it's name. The knots is my hair are insane and it can take me over 30 minutes just to comb them out after washing. The Miracle Detangler drastically cut down on my time & pain all the while leaving my hair feeling both silky and soft. Original Sprout's products are using soothing organic botanicals and they don't include harmful ingredients like phytoestrogens (which can be linked to things like fertility problems and early puberty). Original Sprout has made certain that there are no harmful ingredients in their products. Some of the things left out like citrus oils (which can be photosensitizers which can increase the risk of sunburns & skin cancer) were ingredients I had no idea were even potentially harmful to my family. I feel very safe using their products and I continue to be impressed by the results I see after using them. My hair looks shinier, healthier, and softer! Their broad range of styling and hair care products covers all the needs you might have in the hair department. They even offer specialty products kits for cradle cap, eczema, swimmers, color-retention, and anti-lice. Take a moment to visit Original Sprout and to stock up on high quality products that won't compromise where your family's safety is concerned.Best Blogger Tips

88 comments:

Amber said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762! I love that their products are sulfate-free
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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alissa4illustration said...
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alissa4illustration said...

1. What is the origin of the word shampoo? It is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762. Shampoo for Sprout has an exquisite mixture of SOOTHING ORGANIC BOTANICALS, leaving your hair and skin ultra soft, nurtured and clean. Safe, sulfate-free bubbles for easy rinsing.
2. What appeals to you the most about Original Sprout's products? That it's for people that have eczema. Both of my kids had baby eczema on their heads.

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Heather said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like the fact that there shampoo products are made with Matural & Organic Ingredients, and gentle on the eyes. Thanks 4 the giveaway! Me_cheerful(at)hotmail(dot)com

blabla3269 said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like that these are easy on your eyes and skin

Meg said...

The English word "shampoo" comes from the Hindi word "champo." I love that their products won't cause early puberty in my children. Wow. I need to be more careful of what I put on our bodies. Thanks!!
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marybelle said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I had no idea about citrus oils so if leaving them out can eliminate one potential cause of skin cancer YAY!!

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panicxduh said...

"shampoo" is originated from "Champo" which is actually Hindi.

I love how they have non-toxic products!!

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Dani said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like the fact that these products are more natural. I'd be able to use them on my boys.

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Bebemiqui said...

Shampoo: comes from a Hindi word "champo" and referred to a head massage usually with some form of hair oil.
I'd like to use their products because they use organic ingredients!
bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

peg42 said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762.

I love that it's natural and organic.

Thanks so much.

MissyBecker said...

It's from champo a Hindi word.

I like all natural products. I think too many chemicals are probably what has caused the rise in diseases in this country.

Nicole said...

Shampoo is from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762
I love that there is full disclosure of all the ingredients
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clenna said...

The word shampoo in English is derived from Hindi chāmpo and dates to 1762. The Hindi word referred to head massage, usually with some form of hair oil.

One of the things that appealed to me is that there are no natural or synthetic ingredients associated with estrogen enhancement, hormone disruption, cancer & autism used in these products.

clenna at aol dot com

Sunnyvale said...

The shampoos are sulfate free and the word derives from the Hindi word champo

Ashley said...

Shampoo originates from the Hindi word "Champo." I like that their products contain non estrogenic fragrances!
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cmcathiem02@gmail.com said...

From the Hindi word Champo--all the way back to 1762.gentle on the skin /eyes

DawnS said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and I love that they have such a wonderful selection of natural and organic products.

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Anonymous said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.
I like that it's organic.

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singermagic1 said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762! I love that their products are sulfate-free since I have problems with that


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metalmomma said...

1. It is derived from the Hindi word champo.
2. I like that their products are made with natural ingredients.

Carolynn W. said...

The origin of the word Shampoo is the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762. I love that their products leave hair and skin ultra soft...moisture is much needed as the cold weather settles in!
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scarlette10 said...

Shampoo is from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.

Inga Tritt founded The Original Little Sprout® in 2003 and Original Sprout in 2007. The name Little Sprout was inspired by the birth of her daughter Maya

Damla said...

1. From Hindi word "champo".
2. I like that they don't use Placenta or Synthetic Colors.

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Deb said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo'

I like that their products are organic and will be gentle on the eyes, so I can use it on the kids. Thanks.

Whitney said...

1- Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.
2- Love that they are organic products!
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Nad said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo".

I love that Sprout is against animal testing of any kind. All their products are vegetarian & vegan.

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Shop with Me Mama said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word 'champo' & it dates back to 1762, which is very interesting. Also, I really like that it is for people with sensitive skin and eczema. My whole family has sensitive skin.Thanks for the chance :)

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cdziuba said...

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What is the origin of the word shampoo? Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.



What appeals to you the most about Original Sprout's products? That they're non-toxic.

Staci said...

Shampoo came from the Hindi word champo, dating back to 1762.

I love that the products are gentle and eco-friendly, but also that the company is cruelty free.
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Michele said...

1. What is the origin of the word shampoo? It is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762. Shampoo for Sprout has an exquisite mixture of SOOTHING ORGANIC BOTANICALS, leaving your hair and skin ultra soft, nurtured and clean. Safe, sulfate-free bubbles for easy rinsing.

2. What appeals to you the most about Original Sprout's products? I love how these products are organic and when you shared how much easier it is to comb/brush your hair, it really appeals to me for my hair and my daughters hair.

Thank you for the giveaway

Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

Shampoo comes from the hindi word champo! I love that these products have very limited chemicals! great for the skin.


Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

Janna Johnson
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Julie said...

An interesting fact I never knew: that the word shampoo derives from the Hindi word champo.


Quite honestly, I am looking to try products that are made from natural ingredients

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msrodeobrat said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762

what appeals to me is that they do not test on animals!

jsc123 said...

The origin of the word Shampoo is from the Hindi word Champo that dates back to 1762.

I love that there products contain no Lavender or Tea Tree oils and are all natural and organic.

Thank you so much for the chance to win.

roseh2o19 said...

hindi "champo" - works w/exzema

Kimberly said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762. I like that there is so much thought put into the ingredients used in these products and that they believe in full ingredient disclosure. It's alwasy good to know what you're putting on your skin. :)

heaventrees said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I really appreciate that Original Sprout pays such attention to what ingredients are safe and therefore do not use ingredients associated with estrogen enhancement, hormone disruption, cancer & autism

SheilaBee said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762! I love that their products are sulfate-free.
What I like the best is that its safe for sensitive skin. While there are no babies in my house we all have very sensitive skin.

Anonymous said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. i would love to try these products.
jcristig@hotmail.com

Paula said...

The word shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762.
I love that they use organic ingredients. Easy on the planet and the humans who inhabit it!

pjkmitchell at hotmail dot com

tmh said...

1. shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762

2. I love that they are organic and help with sensitive skin

helenlam said...

The word shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo.
I like how all the packaging is from recycled sources and that it is especially gentle for sensitive skin.

Thanks!

hotmail: helenlamby

wendy said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762 and I like that the products are organic and all natural.

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missdenise said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I love that they have non-toxic products

Anonymous said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "champo" and dates back to 1762.
I love that their products are natural and organic!

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rb109972 said...

Shampoo comes from the hindi word champo. the products have very little chemicals, thats good for everyone

lisa said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word campo. I really love that their products are Peta approved. msmith572@yahoo.com

Angela G said...
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Angela G said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word Champo and dates back to 1762. I love that the products are natural and organic!
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Reeva said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762

I like that these products are natural and organic.

Anonymous said...

1. It comes from the Hindi word champo.
2. I like that the products are safe for the babies.

cmarquezxx at optonline dot net
Thanks for the Chance to Win!

Jackee Ann said...

Answers:
Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762
I love the products are worry free meaning no natural or synthetic ingredients associated with estrogen enhancement, hormone disruption, cancer & autism.
happeejackee at gmail dot com

Melodic Mom said...

The word Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762. I like that their products are organic.

chazvgo said...

It is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762. And I like that Original Sprout is adamantly against animal testing and is proud to support Peta in the ethical treatment of animals. All products are vegan, and lanolin, used in the Baby hair Balm, is from wool so the sheep are not harmed.

Hotsnotty2 said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762! I love that they the name Little Sprout was inspired by the birth of her daughter Maya, thats so sweet, thanks!

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Mommyhood is Thankless said...

derived from the Hindi word champo

I like that they have organic ingredients!

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Susan said...

1. The word shampoo in English is derived from Hindi chāmpo and dates to 1762. The Hindi word referred to head massage, usually with some form of hair oil.

2. I like that Original Sprout has made certain that there are no harmful ingredients in their products.

Tylerpants said...

"Shampoo" is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762

I love that their products have no natural or synthetic ingredients associated with estrogen enhancement, hormone disruption, cancer & autism!

tylerpants(at)gmail.com

Deb K said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.

I like the fact that there shampoo products are gentle on the eyes!!


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intime said...

It is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762. Shampoo for Sprout has an exquisite mixture of SOOTHING ORGANIC BOTANICALS, leaving your hair and skin ultra soft, nurtured and clean. Safe, sulfate-free bubbles for easy rinsing
appeal? easy on the eyes intime@myself.com

Denise62702 said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.

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susan1215 said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like the fact that there shampoo products are made with Matural & Organic Ingredients.

mom2anutball said...

from the Hindi word 'Champo', dates back to 1762, I like that they are easy on your skin.
Thanks!
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chaipo said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762!

I like the fact that it has no lavender or tea tree oils...two things I am allergic to!

chaipoak@gmail.com

pat jasmin said...

my hair is a mess. very dry no body to it

VG Marcel said...

The word shampoo comes from Hindi champo going all the way back to 1762.
There is no animal testing on their products.
V G Marcel
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rlgrady said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762.

I like the fact that their products are sulfate-free.

rlgrady[at]yahoo[dot]com

Anonymous said...

Shampoo comes from champo a Hindi word and gos back to 1762.
I like that the product are non-toxic.
Sofia
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jennifer57 said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762.

I like they use organic ingredients

kngmckellar said...

The origin of the word shampoo is derived from the the Hindi word Champo and dates back to 1762.
What appeals to me mostly is that their fragrances are free of ingredients linked to cancer concerns such as citrus oils, phthalates, formaldehyde, acetaldehyde, styrene toluene, chlorobenzene, glycol ethers & musk.

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Anonymous said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word CHAMPO

I like that they don't use any harmful ingredients

Thanks for the giveaway,
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Jennifer said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762!

Anonymous said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like tat their products are nontoxic.
Diane Baum
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lorides said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762. I like that they are gentle on the eyes
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FDP 4 Life said...

shampoo is derived from the hindi word champo it dates back to 1762

i love that they have eco friendly products

shannon said...

Shampoo comes from a Hindi word Champo, and goes back to 1762
i love that the products are natural.
thanks,shannon f
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elkaye said...

The word shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762.

I love the fact that their products are organic.

Cindy said...

Shampoo is originated from "Champo" which is actually Hindi and dates back to 1762.

I love how they have non-toxic products!

Gabriel J. said...

1. Shampoo came from the Hindi word champo, dating back to 1762.

2. I like that the products are organic.

texaslady22 said...

1. Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762.

2. This shampoo is easy on your skin and your eyes.

Atreau said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762.

I found it interesting that Sprout formulas are free of insect attracting honey or fruit.

purango said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindu word champo and dates from 1762. I love that the products are natural and gentle, made for children's skin. garrettsambo@aol.com

remarker/fcffollower said...

I'm going to add a bit too "Shampoo" comes from the Hindi word "campo," meaning "to press," and a "shampoo," which entered English around 1762, was originally a full-body massage :0
I really like that the shampoos are biodegradable and my daughter loves that they are vegan (vegetarian)

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Gianna said...

Shampoo comes from the Hindi word 'Champo' and dates back to 1762.
They are all natural :)

~*~lilshuga2001~*~ said...

1) It is derived from the Hindi word "Champo" and dates back to 1762.(thats how you say it in Spanish too)

2) I HEART that they are organic and NATURAL!! yay!

dvice said...

Shampoo is from Hindi - Champo - and dates back to 1762. I like that they have eczema relief treatments.

lilyk said...

Shampoo is derived from the Hindi word champo and dates back to 1762. I like how their products use organic ingredients.

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