Getting a baby or tot to stop scratching from skin irritants like dry skin, chicken pox or eczema is frustrating for both parent and child. Little one doesn't understand that not only does scratching cause pain (scratches burn!) but it also causes infections and can make things worse. For parent it's frustrating trying to keep them from scratching up and damaging their sensitive skin while trying to sooth them.

When we were told about PTPA award-winning ScratchMeNot mitten sleeves for little ones, I thought back to the time when our older kids were newborn babies. The oldest had a bad habit of scratching herself with her tiny nails. She would be sleeping, get an itch or a flinch and accidentally scratch herself causing her to cry and end up with a scratch on her face. We usually put little socks on her hands but they didn't always stay on, Scratch Me Not is going to be perfect for our new baby to be! We won't have to go through that with this one!

ScratchMeNot Classics are fun and fashionable flip-mitten sleeves created to help prevent little ones from constantly scratching themselves and also keeps little hands out of mouths. They go on across the shoulders, down the arms covering the hands. Inside the  mitten is silky material while the outside is also soft for little ones sensitive skin.

ScratchMeNot provide a protective layer between skin and fingers, great for those with new borns or suffering from skin irritations like eczema, psoriasis, chicken pox, poison ivy, burns or any other itching. Easy for parents to put on; Hard for children to remove! 

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Disclosure: Posted by AME on behalf of ScratchMeNot. We received complimentary product for review purposes. Opinions and comments on this blog are those of AME.

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