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Moms with babies, listen up! Some of you have probably read my blog post about Tiny Buds a few years back. Well, I’m happy to inform you that there have been new developments to the brand, the recent one being the opening of their first pop up store in Glorietta.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the brand, Tiny Buds is a natural baby care line well-loved for offering thoughtful natural alternatives to everyday baby products, such as a baby powder made entirely from rice, diaper cream that soothes rashes with berries instead of petroleum & even extra gentle laundry products made from coconut. Here are just some of them.

We’ve tried a lot of their products over the years and some of them continue to be staples in our household especially now that we have another baby again.

Anyway, last May 21, Tiny Buds celebrated a milestone as it opened it’s first ever mall location inside POP by Retail Lab on the 2nd Floor of Glorietta Mall 3, which will be open until Feb 2018.

The pop up store serves not just as a home for all their natural items but will also be a place where parents can have an engaging experience every time they visit. Customers can try each item, learn about the benefits and even have their orders delivered to their homes for free!

Below are some of the families who graced the opening of the pop up store.

Say Alonzo and family


Jinky and Lawrence Boringot and family of Zyji

What’s really great though is that although the store is tiny in size it aims to make a big impact on the environment. As part of the Tiny Buds’ Save the World campaign, which started on the website www.tinybudsbaby.com, the brand pledges to donate a portion of all proceeds from the Pop Up Store & the website to support WWF’s Environmental Conservation Programs.

Tiny Buds believes that now, more than ever, being a responsible parent means making choices that are nourishing not only for your child, but also for the world they will grow up in. Each time a customer purchases an item on www.tinybudsbaby.com there is a corresponding number of Tiny Bud points donated. Every month, the points on the site represent how big the donation will be. In planting these seeds, Tiny Buds™ hopes to empower parents and remind them that every tiny step will impact the world and steer it towards a greener future.

Aside from the pop up store, Tiny Buds items can also be found in Baby Company, Robinsons, Mercury Drug, Rustans, Landmark, Savemore, Waltermart, Lazada, Shopee and more. Learn more about Tiny Buds at www.tinybudsbaby.com. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

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  1. Congrats to their pop-up store. It is nice to know that there are still businesses who support different organization. We really need to save and protect the environment.

  2. I am always open to trying natural/ organic products. This is a good way to show environmental concern by using all natural products. Although I admit I am having a hard time switching brands because of getting used to products I am using, but eventually appreciate its benefits for the family and for the environment as well.

  3. I personally love Tiny buds. My baby can be real sensitive and when we use Tiny Buds, we didnt eencounter any skin drying or problem. I also find those pumps so cute, very appropriate for toddlers. I just wish they have bigger size of their wash.

  4. Tiny Buds is one of the baby products that I love. It is so gentle to use. And I love those cute little pumps. I just hope they have bigger packaging for their baby bath.
    This is also a welcoming news. I could only buy Tiny buds from fairs and baby workshops. Now, there’s a place na talaga where to buy them.

  5. I believe I’ve tried a few of their products in the past already. Congratulations on their 1st pop-up store. Only shows that they’re doing a great job because they’re expanding now. Kudos! We’re far from Makati though and we don’t go there frequently.
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  6. I no longer buy baby products. Thank God my kids are grown-up and I’m not expecting any more baby. But it’s good to know that there are more shops catering to this particular market.
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  7. I admire eco-friendly brands. I am for all natural and organic brands too thats safe fot my family. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Ang cute nung lalagyan nila. Product packaging is good. Kala ko nung una cotton buds ang products nila. Hehe Anyway, thanks for sharing!

    Joseph (liliwtsinelas.com)

  9. Wow ! I love their cute designs! I’ve been out of the country for so long, I miss our everything about the Philippines! I like the pop-store idea! I have to go home soon!!!

  10. I’m also a big fan of organic products especially if it’s for babies. This product deserves a support as they also consider what will be good for the environment.

  11. Tiny buds were one of the first products I have tried. I must say these are safe and eco-friendly products. Problem lang talaga mahirap hanapin so this pop up store is nice. I just wish Glorietta is near us.
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  12. I haven’t tried any Tiny Buds products for my baby but their products look promising. I also like that they sell online. I am all about shopping online since I have a baby but an actual store would be great too especially of they offer to test the products there.


  13. I love their Tiny Fangs toothgel since my kid is fond of swallowing his toothpaste. I’m into natural products and if ever I’ll have another baby again, I’ll make sure to go “organic”. Kudos to their pop-up store! 🙂
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  14. The store look so fun to shop! Perfect na perfect talaga, so happy for you and to the new pop-up store.:)

  15. ah yes, Tiny buds. I’ve only been recently aware of this brand because of a baby shower i’m co-organizing for one of our volunteers in kids music team. she included this brand in her wish list and told us it’s available nga daw in baby company. I’ll check them out nga eh because it sounds like a good one dahil natural. buti din they have in mercury. very accessible.
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  16. When I became a mother, I admit that I have been extra picky of EVERY THING I let my child use. From baby products, baby accessories to baby needs. But these Tiny Buds products look promising. Maybe I should give it a try!

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