You will enjoy our hydrating Monkey Farts body lotion. The perfect end to bath time fun! Notes of fruit salad lets you and your child’s imaginations drift to swinging from trees in a monkey filled forest.
Our Monkey Farts body lotion provides nourishment and hydration to your little ones skin after their bath time adventure.
With ingredients like aloe vera, babassu oil, shea butter, palm butter, jojoba seed oil, cranberry fruit, pumpkin seed oil, sweet almond oil, and soy butter, you can’t go wrong. This lotion helps prevent dry, flaky skin, and helps keep your babies skin soft to the touch.
How To Use Monkey Farts Body Lotion:
Dispense a quarter sized amount of lotion into your hand and apply to hands or body.
Have you met the entire Cuddle Crew?
Each CL Kids character has a unique personality and their packaging includes a short story that you can read to your children. Follow the stories of Douglas Dino, Betsy Butterfly, Bradley Bumble Bee, Brody Bunny, Pedro Piggy, Tessa Tiger, Ursa Unicorn, Daisy Dragon, Sadie Sheep, and Milo Monkey!
Meet Milo Monkey
Milo Monkey’s days in the jungle are full of mischief and pranks! He swings from tree to tree, hollering and singing any tune that pops into his head! He swipes bananas from the other monkeys and puts whoopie cushions down just before they sit so he can laugh when they toot too!
- There are currently 264 known monkey species.
- Some monkeys live on the ground, while others live in trees.
- Groups of monkeys are known as a ‘tribe’, ‘troop’ or ‘mission’.
- Apes are not monkeys.
- Different monkey species eat a variety of foods, such as fruit, insects, flowers, leaves and reptiles.
- Most monkeys have tails.