Teaching kids to live green
Love for the environment starts at home. Parents are the primary models children look up to when it comes to understanding the value of taking care of nature, and appreciating the benefits of using natural products. Any parent looking to become an effective model can start by following three simple and inexpensive suggestions.
One of the ways to promote green living is to give youngsters time to explore nature. Organize field trips to encourage kids to disconnect with their gadgets. Visiting parks or going on picnics are also great ways to foster love for physical activity and the great outdoors.
Another way is to teach kids the importance of recycling. Parents who find creative ways to re-use old bottles or containers at home not only set themselves as good role models of resource conservation, they also reinforce what their children learn in school.
Last tip to consider is to switch to all-natural products. Parents may choose to start with their bath essentials such as soaps and shampoos. One brand that is trusted in the market is Moringa-O2. With its signature blend of natural ingredients and oils that nourish and moisturize the skin, hair, and scalp, Moringa-O2 promises to pamper both kids and adults from head to toe.
The brand’s newest product is the Herbal Anti-Dandruff 2-in-1 Shampoo and Conditioner. It contains rosebay extract which acts as a soothing anti-inflammatory agent. This active ingredient decreases the scalp’s sebum production, and reduces the appearance of adherent and non-adherent flakes.
To educate parents and kids about family wellness and the benefits of using all-natural products, Moringa-O2 will conduct booth and classroom activities at Smartkids Asia Philippines (SKAP) on January 27 and 28, 2018 at the SMX Convention Center, SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. Moringa-O2 will also give away product samples at the event.
SKAP, now on its fourth run in the country, is one of the most sought-after education and entertainment (edutainment) family event. More than a place where families can bond and have fun, SKAP aims to help parents discover the talent and interest of their child.
For more information, visit SKAP’s Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/smartkidsasiaphilippines/.