I’m always on the search for all-natural bath products for the kids and me. Since the kids are different ages they don’t use the same products anymore. Hayley is moving into the adult section while Layla is still in the toddler stuff.
So, today I wanted to share a few of the green toddler bath products I’ve found in the last few months.
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo and Wash
My favorite chapstick to use is Burt’s Bees Pomegranate Lip Balm so when I was exploring the toddler bath section at Target I came across the Baby Bee Shampoo and Wash and I thought I would give it a try. I like that it’s a two in one product which makes it easier for bathing the wild child and it has a nice honey scent so she smells good after her bath.
The only downside about this toddler shampoo/wash is that it is a little runny and sometimes I accidentally pour too much. Guess I’ll have to practice pouring slower.
When my mom was stocking up on Lush’s Herbalism face cleanser for me she came across Lush Fun for bath and bought some as a Christmas gift for Layla. It’s a four in one moldable roll that can be used as soap, shampoo, bubbles, and a toy in the bath for toddlers/kids. There are five different colors of Lush Fun and each one has a unique scent to it.
Layla has the Blue Fun which is the Calming Bedtime Roll with a blend of lavender and chamomile. Perfect for my crazy kid who has most of her energy late at night. She loves using it for bubbles and a toy in the bath.
Baby Spa Body Lotion and Face Cream
My little one gets really dry skin in the winter just like I do. The MadeOn Hard Lotion bar (affiliate link) works great on her skin but sometimes it’s hard to rub in when the bar is cold so I’ve been trying out Baby Spa’s Moisturizing Body Lotion and Soothing Face Cream.
The body lotion contains organic aloe, calendula, and sweet almond oil and the face cream has a blend of jojoba, evening primrose, pomegranate and honey. They are both good at keeping my toddler’s skin moisturized while keeping her free from nasty things like phthalates, parabens, and BPA.
So, those are the most recent toddler bath products we have been trying out.
What are the favorites in your house?
Note…I was sent small samples of the Baby Spa Lotions to review but I did not receive compensation and the other products my mom or I purchased. All opinions and pictures are my own.