Friday, August 6, 2021

Earth Baby Bath Essential Kit - Review

 


My first grandson, Henry, is six months old and I have another grandson on the way in October.  Times have changed since I had my children, and I'm excited to find out about all the products available for little ones now.  Earth Baby is one such company that I've recently discovered.  Allyson has been using the Bath Essential Kit on Henry and is quite pleased with how effective and gentle it is on his skin.

As a complete set, the Bath Essential Kit would make a great baby shower gift or as a purchase for your little one.  The four full-size bottles include Shampoo + Body Wash, Conditioner + Detangler, Bubble Bath, and Moisturizing Lotion.  As an added bonus, it comes packed in a reusable organic cotton zipper pouch. 

Henry's skincare routine has included the items from the Bath Essential Kit.  The light fragrances aren't overbearing, the lotion isn't greasy, and the bath products have the right amount of lather.  And, I have to admit, I like the bright brand packaging.  



Earth Baby's products are certified organic and good for baby's skin.  Committed to using certified organic fruit and vegetable-based ingredients, Earth Baby’s products are non-toxic. Earth Baby’s founder donates 1% of all sales to two incredible organizations (Preface Project Foundation and Folded Flag Foundation) that build a better tomorrow and impact our community by fostering opportunities for the next generation as a token of gratitude to those that helped her along the way.

You can sleep like a baby knowing that Earth Baby products have been clinically tested so they’re gentle on your baby’s skin.

I received products for review.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

1 comments:

An Apel a Day said...

They do have great products.

I would have used them on my boys when they were little. They boy had eczema on their heads. I think from antibiotic use.