Sooth Your Baby’s Sensitive Skin with Baby Spa Products

Posted on Feb 6, 2013 by No Comments
Sooth Your Baby’s Sensitive Skin with Baby Spa Products

If you’re looking for baby care products that won’t irritate your child’s sensitive skin, I encourage you to check out the offerings from Baby Spa. This company offers natural skincare solutions specially designed to protect a child’s sensitive skin.

Baby Spa produces come in two stages. Stage 1 Baby Spa products are suitable for newborns and toddlers. Stage 2 Baby Spa products are labeled as suitable for children ages 4 and up.

All of the Baby Spa products are made with natural ingredients that you can feel good about putting on your child’s delicate skin.

For example, the Stage 2 face cream that has a combination of pomegranate and honey to moisturize, and jojoba and evening primrose oils to help repair irritated skin. It’s lightweight, non-greasy, and has a subtle citrus scent.

This is a product I would have loved to have known about when my son was younger. He has very sensitive skin and we’ve struggled to find products that moisturize without causing irritation.

All of the Baby Spa products are totally free of parabens, phthalates, SLS, PEGS, and mineral oil. The bottles are made from HDPE, a safe and recyclable plastic. Baby Spa does not test any of its products on animals.

If you’re invited to a baby shower and looking for practical gift, Baby Spa offers several lovely gift sets for new moms who want to pamper their baby.

When I was pregnant, I loved getting baby shampoo, baby lotion, and other practical items instead of clothing my son would quickly grow out of.

Now, my go-to gift for baby showers is either a set of baby care products or a few board books for the little one’s library.

Disclaimer: Sample Baby Spa products were provided by the manufacturer for the purpose of preparing this review.

Photo credit: Baby Spa

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Dana Hinders

Dana Hinders lives in Iowa with her husband and son. She has been a freelance writer since shortly after earning her degree in journalism from The University of Iowa in 2003. She writes extensively about parenting, crafts, and creative ways to save money. Visit her at danahinders.com.

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