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?
I recently bought this Milk Baby Bath Time Wash from Sephora at ION. Although it’s a baby product but because it smells really good, I thought I could share it with my boy. There’s nothing fanciful about the packaging but the 375ml looks decent enough at S$30. In addition, I like the idea that this product comes with 82% certified organic ingredients including certified organic lavender oil, certified organic chamomile extract, certified organic neroli 3% in jojoba oil, certified organic calendula.
I guess I belong to the increasing percentage of women who use baby items on themselves. Well, not that I deliberately buy a baby product for myself, but more like I’m pinching the product from my child. But it’s quite hard to resist a product like Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash, because it smells so lovely and makes bathing really pleasant. In fact, I won’t be surprised that this is one of the baby beauty products which are popular among 40 percent of adults who use baby items on themselves – according to a study from Johnson & Johnson.