Nature’s Baby Review
What You Should Know
Nature’s Baby Organics makes a line of products for babies and toddlers that are all organic, sulfate free, paraben free, and free of all synthetic fragrances.Nature’s Baby Organics is family owned and operated. Through personal experience, the founder, Adena had 2 children with skin issues that required products to be free of many different substances, but felt she couldn’t find any products that fit the bill, so she created a line of her own.
Since there is an array of products available from Nature’s Baby Organics, we will focus our article on just a sampling.The Organic and Preservative-Free Diaper Cream is 100% vegetarian, paraben-free and gluten-free.
100% Vegetarian, Paraben-Free, Gluten-Free, *Organic Helianthus Annus (sunflower) seed oil, *Organic Ricinus Communis (castor) seed oil, Zea Mays (corn) starch, Zinc Oxide, *Organic Theobroma Cacao (cocoa) seed butter, Cera Alba (Beeswax), Ceteareth-5 (Vegetable Emulsifying Wax), Hydrogenated Castor Oil Aloe Barbadensis leaf extract, Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A),Tocopherol (Vitamin E).*certified organic ingredient
- This is a great alternative for those with sensitive skin or any type of objection to certain types of chemicals or preservatives.
- When it comes to baby’s sensitive skin, it’s important to do your research.
- There are full lists of all ingredients for your scrutiny.
- You cannot buy directly online from the site itself.
- Even though the company is family owned and operated and we’re sure, committed to quality, they don’t discuss where their products are researched, formulated, or packaged. This is important to some consumers.
- Some of the prices are a little steep. While some would say it’s a small price to pay for piece of mind..some consumers just can’t spend the extra..and with a new baby that can be understandable.
Anytime someone has gone out of their way to bring better quality products to the public, we are for it. We like that they are listing all the ingredients and that they are committed to rigorous standards for their products. As always, we like to be able to see more of the research and availability to know where the products are made and developed. As an educated consumer, one needs to feel secure about their purchases. However, most baby’s skin is very sensitive and does need to be treated as so. We are often exposed to many harsh chemicals on our skins and even though we don’t have any truly long standing studies on parabens or sulfates, we do know that developing products without them can just be a “better safe than sorry” strategy that could end up paying off in the long run. Treating your skin with care from the beginning of life can often lead to a lifetime of good skin to come .