Did you know Canada.. if you are in Toronto, Walmart Canada and P&G have come up with a really fun way to help you shop!
Walmart Canada and P&G have launched a virtual store with a QR code-based shopping experience for families in urban centres! Located in 50 bus shelters across Toronto, this virtual store runs from June 3rd to 30th, providing a quick and easy way for Canadian families to purchase P&G products from baby to beauty.
I'm already an avid Walmart.ca shopper, can't beat their free shipping, selection and the fact that I'm not dragging 3 kids around to do it! It's very simple to search and browse for the products you want, add to cart, complete the checkout process and you'll have your items in your hand in no time!
P&G has challenged me to shop for some P&G must-haves with Walmart Canada online and share the experience! Since we are just into summer I thought I'd discuss some of my must have products to take camping, something we are really looking forward to.
What does Mom need camping?
Skin protection! You are going to be outside for days, you need to take care of your skin and one of my favs is Olay Complete SPF 30 Defense Daily UV Moisturizer.
Clean skin! Nothing worse than going to bed feeling dirty. I love Olay Daily Facials Wet Cleansing Cloths to clean up after a day outside wearing sun screen, attracting grime, dirt and camp fire smoke. Olay's Wet Cleansing Cloths are so refreshing!
To smell nice! Just because you are roughing it doesn't mean you have to get sweaty and stinky. I use Secret Scent Expressions in Va Va Vanilla everyday, my favourite!
Clean clothes! Camping means camp fire food and that can mean hot dogs, smores, corn on the cob - and do you know what all those have in common? Drips! I always end up with ketchup, butter or something else on my clothes and when you are camping you don't have that many extras with you! Instead pack a Tide to Go Instant Stain Remover to do a quick clean up on any messes.
What does Dad need camping?
To smell nice! It's not just Mom that should smell pretty, we need Dad smelling good too. He's been loving all the Old Spice products.
Clean hair! Well, not just Dad, everyone needs clean hair, especially if you are getting sweaty all day. It feels great to jump into a quick shower if the park provides one. We share a bottle of Head and Shoulders 2-in-1 Shampoo for a quick and easy clean.
Clean teeth! We use electric toothbrushes at home, but for ease and space I usually pack manual toothbrushes for a trip like the Oral-B Indicator Contour Clean Toothbrush Twin-Pack. And don't forget the toothpaste! We share a tube of Crest 3D White Vivid Toothpaste.
What do the kids need?
Constant clean ups! Kids get dirty!!! Whether you have a baby bum with you or not I still recommend bringing a tub Pampers SoftCare Unscented Wipes with you. An easy clean up for sticky faces, dirty hands and knees, I even use them to wipe up some spills so we don't attract more bugs.
Clean teeth! Not only do you need their toothbrushes, but don't forget the toothpaste like Oral B Pro-Health Stages Disney Pixar Cars Toothpaste.
What are some other necessities?
Batteries! For flashlights, fans, radios and more, batteries are a must when camping and not something you always think about before it's too late. We know we can always trust Duracell and make sure you know what sizes before you leave! Some flashlights can be tricky requiring C's or D's!
Dishwashing Liquid! We bring a small camping stove to boil water, make some pasta, bring some serving utensils and they all need a good clean up. We love Dawn Mediterranean Lavender Scent Dishwashing Liquid, it cleans up your pots and dishes quickly and easily.
I'll be ordering up these items and more on Walmart.ca and update you on how we pack them and use them while camping this summer! Remember, if you are in Toronto be sure to check out the QR code-based shopping experience with Walmart Canada and P&G!
Disclosure: I am a P&Gmom. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events and opportunities. The opinions on this blog are my own.