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Give Your Baby The Royal Treatment With Dreft

by Nicole on June 18, 2013


Dreft seems to be everyone’s go-to detergent for babies and with good cause! My sister in law and brother exclusively use Dreft.  It has a light scent (who doesn’t LOVE the smell of a baby?) and cleans without harsh chemicals.  Baby’s laundry needs to be done with care and Dreft helps with that!

During the month of June, Dreft is joining in on Royal Baby Fever by cordially inviting your little prince or princess to take the crown! For the royal treatment, head over to You can participate in The Royal Baby Name Bracket now and Heir to the Highchair starting June 17th. And don’t forget, Dreft gently cleans every royal mess.



Dreft is the baby laundry detergent most recommended by pediatricians and the brand that parents have trusted for over 75 years to leave their little one’s clothes and linens soft and comfortable. As gentle as water on baby’s skin and specially formulated for the unique needs of baby items, parents have relied on Dreft to not only help prepare their little one’s essentials before their arrival, but also to keep those items clean and safe once they’re brought home from the hospital. Complete with a scent that’s truly beloved by parents (that’s also gentle for baby), Dreft leaves little one’s clothing as clean and as soft as can be, bringing cuddle time to a whole new level of warm and fuzzy.

The excitement is building – what will Kate and William name their baby? I am betting it will be something very traditional and love Dreft’s Royal Baby Naming Bracket – so much fun! For a girl I think Diana would be a wonderful honor for William’s late mother and for a boy I think something regal and royal sounding like James or George would be good! What do you think?

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