You know as a mother that you want what is best for your baby. Well, when it comes to skincare, you may have searched and searched for the best natural products. I know I have. We have tried several brands since G was born. She had a bit of dry skin and cradle cap early on. Some of the creams and shampoos I tried did have natural ingredients, but they were either very thick or left her hair all flat and stringy.
Susan Brown’s Baby Natural Skincare for Baby and Mom are pure and gentle luxury products.
The product line was created by Susan and her father, a chemist of over 30 years who has been producing naturally hydrating cosmetic ingredients for some of the best known skin care companies in the world: Estee Lauder, Chanel, Clinque, L’Oreal, and Neutrogena. These products are botanically based and developed especially for babies and moms. All products are made right here in the USA.
For the purpose of my review I was sent:
- Sensitive baby diaper therapy cream $23.00/3 oz.
- Fragrance free, paraben & phthalate free, oil and petroleum free, contains shea, jojoba, moringa, and cocoa butters.
- Sensitive baby all purpose botanical gelee $21.50/3 oz.
- A safe alternative to petroleum jelly, helps seal out wetness, infused with calming calendula, nourishing oat, and soothing camomile plus vitamin E.
- Sensitive baby lotion-to-powder $23.00/7.6 fl. oz.
- Talc free, fragrance free, paraben & phthalate free, contains shea, jojoba, moringa, and cocoa butters.
- Just for mom stretch therapy warming masque $40.25/6 oz.
- Helps reduce the visible appearance of stretch marks.
- Moisturizing hand sanitizer $8.00/4.17 fl. oz.
- Contains jojoba and vitamin E beads and won’t leave hands feeling sticky.
- Foaming shampoo & body wash $14.25/8.4 fl. oz.
- Tear-free, phthalate free, sodium lauryl sulfate free, & paraben free. Contains soothing oat kernel, calming chamomile, and nourishing calendula.
So far, I have really loved all the products! I love the mild scents. The shampoo and body wash works well on G’s hair and skin. Her hair is soft and fluffy after it dries. I use a very small amount of the lotion-to-powder on particular spots, so I do not have to spread powder all over the place. The only product I haven’t tried is the Just For Mom Stretch Therapy Warming Masque, but I’m sure this will come in handy if and when baby #2 is on the way.
You can buy the products on the Susan Brown’s Baby website directly and on Amazon. You can also connect with them on their Facebook page.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.