I’ve run out of my own body wash and resorted to using my son’s A’kin PureBaby Softening Body Wash & Shampoo for now. Although I have used baby washes to cleanse myself before, I still get occasional nagging thoughts that they do not cleanse me quite as well as body washes formulated for adults. To prove that I’m just being a tad paranoid, I took out the ingredient lists of the A’kin baby body wash and a standard A’kin body wash to compare and here’s what they show.
I was kind of surprised when Eric of Bud Cosmetics wanted to send me these new products for review. Maybe he read that I was looking for a new shampoo and shower gel for my son after I finally gave up on Baby Bee? Anyway, it’s no secret that I share stuff with my son, particularly his shower gels. He doesn’t use my stuff though because well, he’s still a kid ya so those I use may not be suitable for him. But whatever he uses on his skin is good enough for me. (^_^)
I’m a bad mommy and my boy doesn’t know it; I like to nick his sunscreen. I also like to check out new sunscreens for babies and kids, with the excuse that they’re meant for him but I always end up trying them out first. In fact, I’ve ended up just using his sunscreen at the pool many a times because I was too lazy to pack another tube. So the question that begs asking is: are sunscreens for babies and kids good enough for adults?