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Lions & Tigers & ….Chemicals? OH MY! All Natural & DIY Baby Washes

Sulfates, Parabens, Phthalates, and Petrochemicals?

Are these things you want your baby-boo to come in contact with every time you give them a bath? Hell no.

I listed my top 5 products that you can’t always find in stores, but always online.  These are products you might not have heard of, but are absolutely amazing.  As a mother, at the end of the day, you know what is right for your baby, but a little help doesn’t hurt.

1. Naturally foaming Earth Mama Angel Baby Shampoo & Body Wash $20-25 for a 5oz bottle.

Earth Mama Angel Baby Shampoo & Body Wash is made with gentle castile-based soap and is pure and mild enough to cleanse delicate baby skin and hair. With a touch of ultra-safe lavender to help calm infants, it’s made with only organic and natural ingredients. This is not a no-tear formula because it has no anesthetizing ingredients. Certified vegan. Cruelty free. Toxin free skin care. Made with 86.4% organic ingredients. Great for evening baths to calm baby to sleep.

2. Avalon Gentle Tear-Free Shampoo $10.99 8oz bottle.

Avalon Gentle Tear-Free Shampoo formulas are made with a blend of soothing, organic aloe, calendula and chamomile.  This one is tear-free and is enriched with organic sunflower oil and organic herbs for shiny, healthy hair and a clean, happy baby.  The scent is calming and clean great for anytime baths.

3. Earth Friendly Baby Shampoo & Body Wash $6 for 8.5oz bottle.

Earth Friendly Baby Shampoo and Body Wash is organic and not tested on animals, this hypo-allergenic wash is great.  With a light mandarin scent this shampoo & body wash is a fun daytime bath for you and your baby.

4. little twig Baby Wash in Lavender & Lemon $10 8.5oz bottle.

little twig Baby Wash in Lavender & Lemon is pediatrician tested formula contains skin-softening Vitamin E and Aloe, skin-soothing Jojoba Oil, and healing Tea Tree with just a whisper of lavender and chamomile.  It’s a refreshing scent depending on your preference.

5. DIY baby wash, make this one yourself! :)

Non-toxic baby wash, made by you, for yours.

Baby Bath Milk from MomFuse
1 cup powdered milk
¼ cup corn starch
¼ cup finely ground oats
2-3 drops lavender, rose, or chamomile essential oils

Mix ingredients together and put in a shaker style bottle. To use, sprinkle a small amount in warm bath water.

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7 Responses to “Lions & Tigers & ….Chemicals? OH MY! All Natural & DIY Baby Washes”

  1. Heather Rose says:

    I’m a big fan of Dr. Bronner’s castile soap in unscented/baby-mild for babies. It’s great for grown-ups too. A little goes a long way. Just a drop on a wash cloth is enough for a baby. So, it’s pretty cost-effective, too.

    Link to product:'s+baby&hl=en&rlz=1C1CHIH_enUS397US397&prmd=ivns&biw=667&bih=639&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.&um=1&ie=UTF-8&cid=13881294142132515845&sa=X&ei=WEmCTfCDKKWG0QGwka3HCA&ved=0CGMQ8wIwAA#

  2. gfunnymoney says:

    i also, use that. the lavender one. i use it in rubys baths,just a drop or two! helps calm her for bedtime. its also good for animals! lol

  3. antonia says:

    I LOVE the home-made bath wash! I want to add it to my collection of fabsulous bathing products in my bath house by the babbling brook!

  4. Ginger says:

    You should check out Arbonne for your family. All their products are Vegan, Swiss grade organic, gluten free, and formulated without mineral oil, the biggest aging element aside from the sun. What’s safer than baby oil, rite? Wrong!!
    Many household detergents contain carcinogens!!!!!!!
    I’ve really been reading labels and changing what I put in my body as well as on my body. All that fancy make-up and skin care, especially the anti-aging formulations, are full of Mineral Oil which totally defeats the purpose.
    All I use is Arbonne now and my skin looks amazing. Check it out at:

  5. I notice that you used a blockquote for your DIY recipe but no citation credit. Did you steal it exactly from my website?

    • GDK says:

      Hi RookieMom Heather,
      The writer of that post is no longer writing for Lil’ Miss and I don’t know where she got the recipe from. If you are implying that she copied it from your website I can’t speak for her but thank you for bringing it to my attention. I went to your link and it appears the recipe is not yours, but in fact from MomFuse, so I’ll be adding a credit to MomFuse. We also have the blockquote function and we customarily blockquote information that is from other sources. Her forgetting to put a credit I’m sure was an innocent mistake. Thank you.



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