Moo… it’s Milk Baby Bath Time Wash

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.

The texture of Milk Baby Bath Time Wash isn’t milky and it does not foam very much. Instead of SLS, it contains Cocobetaine, a derivative of cocamide and glycine betaine made from coconut oil that works as the surfactant.  This ingredient is generally said to be able to mild and its pH range contributes a mild germicidal effect, which also makes it an effective, yet mild, cleansing agent for personal sanitary products.

It took me a while to get used to the idea that this body wash doesn’t foam but after getting used to it, I find that I’m growing to like it. It’s most probably the smell of lavender that is soothing and calming. Even my boy loves this used on him. I have no complaints about the product but I do wish they’ll improve the packaging as the outlet for the pump is so short, I have to tilt the bottle at an angle to pump out the wash! And taking into consideration that this is a 375ml bottle, so it’s definitely not too user friendly in that sense.

Milk Baby is made exclusively for Milk & Co in Tasmania, Australia, using organic & all natural ingredients. Even though the products are formulated for babies and toddlers, adults can use them as well. However, besides the bath time wash, I only spotted a body massage oil and some room sprays. For more information, check out their website.


  1. Hazel says:

    I like toiletries with lavender and neroli…. thanks for sharing this!

  2. Jyoan says:

    I bought the massage oil from this one!!! haha. So cute. I thought it’d be good to have more organic massage oil instead of just normal oil, and the price is really reasonable.

    I have yet to try it though. Really no time for massage.

    I like the packaging actually, squarish and clean. Not sure if the pump for the massage oil would feel too short for me…

  3. Rinka says:

    i also use baby products sometimes, my favourite being kiehl’s and l’occitanes. i love the smell of babies (like the smell of the top of their head) and l’occitanes especially smells of milk and biscuits… love it! i do get some weird looks from friends though, who wonder why i smell like a baby when i dont have any children lol

  4. sesame says:

    You’re welcome!

  5. sesame says:

    Oh you bought the massage oil? It must smell quite good too. The packaging is okay to me…but the pump…sigh.

  6. sesame says:

    The smell of babies…I miss that smell. My boy has outgrown that smell unfortunately.

  7. Su says:

    So expensive for an organic bodywash!

  8. sesame says:

    It’s organic and it’s 375ml…I find the price pretty comparable with similar products in the market. But I guess price is relative.

  9. minerva graham says:

    Yes, Ive been really amazed by the ways in which milk can be effectively used. cant wait to give it a try.

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