Allergy-free Halloween + Giveaway

Allergy-free Halloween + Giveaway

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

Celebrating an allergy-free Halloween has never been easier than it is now.  Initiatives like the Teal Pumpkin Project has brought worldwide awareness to food allergies and companies such as Enjoy Life Foods, Free2B & Wholesome Surf Sweets has put scary good candy in our allergy-friendly treat bags.  But safety goes beyond candy & pumpkins…. it can start with the Halloween make-up your child is wearing as part of their costume.Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

When I became an allergy-mom (11 years ago),  I quickly learned that food allergies went beyond what my son ate.  In fact, everything that touches my child can result in an allergic reaction. Lotion, hair care, the food our puppies were eating, latex gloves & balloons, fabric of clothing and even the Halloween masks & face paint can trigger an allergic reaction or cause symptoms of asthma.  Talk about scary!

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

Chemicals “Oh My”


Back in 2009, A Campaign for Safe Cosmetics study revealed that ALL the face paints they tested had “dangerous heavy metals and toxic substances that are banned or restricted in other countries.  Disturbingly, parents have no way of knowing what’s really in these products just by reading the labels”.  They are loaded with chemicals, preservatives & many times, formaldehyde which can all cause rash, swelling & more, depending on the allergy or sensitivity. I don’t know about you, but that’s NOT what I want to put all over my child’s face, even for 1 night.

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

Kiss Freely

Thankfully, Kiss Freely created a Natural, Allergen & Gluten-free Face Paint for our little ghouls, gals, guys & ghosts AND I want to put it in your hands this Halloween! (Keep reading for Giveaway⬇︎).

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

Free From

Kiss Freely Allergy-free Halloween Makeup & Facepaint is not only non-toxic but it is also free from the following:

  • Top 8 allergens
  • beeswax
  • coconut
  • parabens
  • phthalates
  • sesame
  • shea butter
  • sunflower
  • peas
  • animal products

Safety Tips In addition to choosing allergy-free Halloween makeup, here are a few more ideas to keep this Halloween safe. No mask about it- for kids with asthma, choose a costume that doesn't require a mask. Pack & carry- Be prepared for emergencies!  Don't forget to carry a charged cell phone, epi & asthma meds as well as a few safe treats to nibble on along the way. Trick-or-skip- Parents may want to consider alternatives such as a movie night, bowling night or host their own safe Halloween party. The big swap-Allow kids to trick-or-treat with friends but swap out their candy for a big 'ol bag of their own OR trade it in for $money$!  What kid can say "no" to that? Teach your trickster-Instruct children with allergies which treats are safe for them to eat OR teach them to leave ALL the candy in the bag until you are able to go through it with them. Toys are cool- Consider leading the way in your neighborhood by offering non-food treats for the kiddos and you'll be the favorite house on the block.

Safety Tips

In addition to choosing allergy-free Halloween makeup, here are a few more ideas to keep this Halloween safe.

  1. No mask about it- for kids with asthma, choose a costume that doesn’t require a mask.
  2. Pack & carry- Be prepared for emergencies!  Don’t forget to carry a charged cell phone, epi & asthma meds as well as a few safe treats to nibble on along the way.
  3. Trick-or-skip- Parents may want to consider alternatives such as a movie night, bowling night or host their own safe Halloween party.
  4. The big swap-Allow kids to trick-or-treat with friends but swap out their candy for a big ‘ol bag of their favorite candies OR trade it in for $money$!  What kid can say “no” to that?
  5. Teach your trickster-Instruct children with allergies which treats are safe for them to eat OR teach them to leave ALL the candy in the bag until you are able to go through it with them.
  6. Toys are cool– Consider leading the way in your neighborhood by offering non-food treats for the kiddos and you’ll be the favorite house on the block.

Safety Tips In addition to choosing allergy-free Halloween makeup, here are a few more ideas to keep this Halloween safe. No mask about it- for kids with asthma, choose a costume that doesn't require a mask. Pack & carry- Be prepared for emergencies!  Don't forget to carry a charged cell phone, epi & asthma meds as well as a few safe treats to nibble on along the way. Trick-or-skip- Parents may want to consider alternatives such as a movie night, bowling night or host their own safe Halloween party. The big swap-Allow kids to trick-or-treat with friends but swap out their candy for a big 'ol bag of their own OR trade it in for $money$!  What kid can say "no" to that? Teach your trickster-Instruct children with allergies which treats are safe for them to eat OR teach them to leave ALL the candy in the bag until you are able to go through it with them. Toys are cool- Consider leading the way in your neighborhood by offering non-food treats for the kiddos and you'll be the favorite house on the block.

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This sponsored post was created through my partnership with Kiss Freely. As always, all opinions are my own. Collaborating with brands I love allows me to keep bringing you fun giveaways like this!  Be sure to check out more allergy-free products available on their website. 

Looking for allergy-free Halloween make-up, to turn your little princess into a goblin?  Look no further with Kiss Freely!

 Allergy-friendly Halloween Goodies

If you’re planning on making some of your own allergy-free treats, these are some of our favs!

Chocolate SunButter Cups
No Bake, homemade, SunButter Protein Cups make for a healthier, allergy-friendly, snack or dessert. Guilt free, gluten free & vegan too.

 Homemade Twix Barssuper-decadent, vegan, and gluten-free version of my favorite childhood candy bar: twix!

Chocolate coated Rice Krispie treatsHow do you make Rice Krispie Treats better? How about making them allergy-friendly then dipping them in chocolate for a delicious, Top 8, Gluten-free & Vegan Chocolate Dipped Krispie Treats everyone can enjoy.

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42 Comments
  • Chrystal @ Gluten-Free Palate
    Posted at 11:50h, 09 October Reply

    I love that Kiss Freely has Halloween makeup. You are quite the face-painting-artist 😉

  • Becky Striepe
    Posted at 13:25h, 09 October Reply

    Ooh what great timing. I was just looking for vegan facepaint yesterday!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 16:18h, 11 October Reply

      Yay! It is perfect then. It doesn’t show the little “V” but when you look at the FAQ online, they are indeed vegan.

  • Nicole bryn
    Posted at 14:02h, 09 October Reply

    Love kiss freely products! Use them all the time

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 16:18h, 11 October Reply

      Awesome! What is your favorite product to use from them?

  • Sandi
    Posted at 01:29h, 10 October Reply

    What a great post for our kids. I love the colors available in this face paint.

  • Donna
    Posted at 16:12h, 10 October Reply

    I’m always with my kids and make sure to double check everything

  • Tim
    Posted at 17:41h, 10 October Reply

    We do trick or treating at our church and at the mall. While the mall may not sound safe, the candy you receive there is from businesses, not individuals, so the risk of tampering is minimized.

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 16:16h, 11 October Reply

      Cool! Thanks for sharing that. I always forget about the mall for treating but its even another great option if its too cold outside.

  • Sarah
    Posted at 18:31h, 10 October Reply

    Great tips and I need to check out that face paint! My youngest has very sensitive skin and always breaks out from face paint, sun screen, and things. Thanks for sharing!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 16:15h, 11 October Reply

      That’s what my son is like also and we’ve been able to use it without any reaction. Hopefully it is a great new find for you all

  • Megan
    Posted at 22:09h, 10 October Reply

    What cute face paints you did on your kids’ faces. Love it!

  • Kristina
    Posted at 22:12h, 10 October Reply

    this is SO fun! I have so many friends with kiddoes I will share this with…

  • Gluten Free With Emily
    Posted at 22:59h, 10 October Reply

    I love that this products don’t have chemicals and are so allergy friendly! Plus great tips on trick or treating alternatives!!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 13:02h, 12 October Reply

      Thanks Emily. We were thrilled to find Kiss Freely had a “safe” Halloween face kit.

  • misty santiesteban
    Posted at 06:34h, 11 October Reply

    We only trick or treat to people we know

  • Heather
    Posted at 07:48h, 11 October Reply

    Love that it’s free from harmful chemicals! Win win!

  • Jereann Zann
    Posted at 22:25h, 11 October Reply

    What a great giveaway! We love Kiss Freely!

  • Brianna Hobbs
    Posted at 23:11h, 11 October Reply

    I didn’t know that Kiss Freely had come up with a safe Halloween paint option. Thanks for sharing!

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 13:00h, 12 October Reply

      You’re welcome. The more options, the better…especially allergy-friendly ones.

  • darla c
    Posted at 08:41h, 12 October Reply

    We actually don’t go trick or treating.

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 12:57h, 12 October Reply

      Do you do anything in place of trick-or-treating?

  • Amanda
    Posted at 08:48h, 12 October Reply

    You are quite the artist! I love Kiss Freely products, and I’m sure this one will be no different. We will be taking our daughter to my husbands work and to a few friends houses.

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 12:55h, 12 October Reply

      That’s a fun idea. Halloween with friends is what my kids enjoy too.

  • Maqhi
    Posted at 09:05h, 12 October Reply

    How awesome! I am so glad Kiss Freely is making the allergy friendly face paints. This will so so awesome for the kid’s Halloween (and the adults, too!)

    • nicoleanndawson
      Posted at 12:54h, 12 October Reply

      Isn’t it great! I love that they created this option…..it’s the only one out there that I know of.

  • Linda
    Posted at 09:06h, 12 October Reply

    We trick or treat only with neighbors we are familiar with

  • Audrie Reed
    Posted at 13:55h, 12 October Reply

    We participate in the teal pumpkin project and always offer non-food treats for those kiddos with allergies!

  • Stephanie Grant
    Posted at 16:44h, 12 October Reply

    I always go with my son to make sure he stays safe and we wear flashing lights on our wrists and on our shirts.

  • Julie Terry
    Posted at 19:38h, 12 October Reply

    When we are out trick or treating, we also take flashlights, and we have the kids wear lots of things that glow in the dark or light up. We also always check over the candy first before the kids are allowed to eat any, and we do not normally do any sort of masks as that can take away your vision.

  • Eileen Boyce
    Posted at 22:10h, 12 October Reply

    We just trick or treat in our neighborhood.

  • amanda whitley
    Posted at 22:48h, 12 October Reply

    we are keeping halloween safe by doing a trick or treat with local buisiness’ rather than strangers houses.

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