Baby products seem to sell like hot cakes. Well, at least for this Weleda Calendula Baby Shampoo And Body Wash. It was always out of stock and it took me a few months before I managed to grab a tube at iHerb. But I just checked and stocks seem to be available for now again. Not sure if it’ll deplete quickly though because it is popular and I’m telling you that this is great for everyone in the family, not just baby.
While I’m not a strict purist when it comes to using green products for everything, I tend to choose natural or organic products for my son. I’m not saying that my choice is definitely better but it’s just something I prefer especially knowing that his skin is far more delicate than mine. Besides being likely to be more sensitive to synthetic and and aggressive ingredients, I recently learned that my son’s skin and scalp probably produce six times less oil on a daily basis than mine. So it is good he has his own kids’ products which are biologically friendlier formulations made with his young skin in mind.
Baby’s skin got problem? Then it’s time to bring in Minion Dave! O-O Okay, I’m just kidding. While Dave is intelligent, kind, caring and funny, he probably can’t do much to ease baby’s discomfort. In this case, Jo Lauren, a baby skin care and bath collection made with edible ingredients good enough to put in the mouth might be a better answer to baby’s trouble and mommy’s distress. And while baby’s at it, mommy can also give the products a go. Talk about one product for the benefit of two.
I’m probably one who is easily led by my nose going by how I choose my products. When it comes to facial or body cleansers, smell is of utmost importance for me; a product that smells good to me will get into my good books easily. Like this Baby Boo Organic Chamomile and Geranium Bubbly Cleanser – when I first took a whiff of the scent, I knew I just had to give it a go no matter.