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Brooke Burke Goes Earth-Friendly With Baboosh Baby Store

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brooke.jpgAs a woman expecting her fourth child and still maintaining the body of a supermodel, actress Brooke Burke knows a thing or two about getting back into shape after a pregnancy. The 36-year old recently launched a new online baby store called Baboosh Baby featuring eco-friendly post-partum belly wraps, organic stretch-mark oils and tees and recycled diaper bags. From the site,

“As a Hollywood mom, I’ve met tons of interesting people and had access to the best stylists and designers, as well as the trendiest products. But still, I was unable to find some of the key things I need before, during, and after my three pregnancies. I wanted to give my body its best shot at staying healthy and regaining its shape naturally and quickly. This inspired me to create baboosh.”

The sexy wraps come in at $62, while tees are an affordable $18. The diaper bag — made from recycled sails — will knock you back $68. For the rest of the goods, check out Brooke’s site!


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