Oct 20 2019
Being naturally beautiful seems to have taken the world by storm today! You can get hold of so many natural skincare lines today via online shopping sites, stores, shopping malls or direct selling agents. However, not all of them claiming to be natural or herbal might not be completely natural after all. So keep a watch on what you are using on your skin and hair. Especially, when you buy baby products, you have to be extra careful. See if they are actually safe on your baby. Read the labels. Check their manufacture and expiration dates. Some natural products might contain certain extracts and preservatives which might not suit your baby's skin resulting in rashes or itches. A newborn's skin is so soft and super-sensitive, that it cannot tolerate even the slightest of chemicals or artificial stuffs.
Before you invest in a lot of expensive child products, consider certain yardsticks. See if the products are dermatologist tested as well as allergen and paraben-free. A lot of child products available today for your toddler are prepared with completely safe and pure natural ingredients. They are zero toxin, tear-free, devoid of artificial fragrance/color and do not contain any preservative. Hence, you can count on their safety and healing properties. These natural baby products are so mild and soothing that they moisturize and repair any kind of skin irritation. Many of them have a sweet, subtle natural scent to captivate babies and moms alike.
Natural or organic plant butters like shea or cocoa butter, almond oil, Vitamin E along with beeswax, aloe leaf juice, pure water, soybean oil, sweet almond oil, plant fragrance, coconut and palm oil, calendula extract, organic olive oil, oat protein, vegetable glycerin, organic vanilla fruit extract, licorice, organic sweet orange are commonly used ingredients for these kids care products. These natural sealants help lock in moisture and smooth a newborn's skin. Among popular kids care items, natural baby lotion, baby shampoo, Vitamin rich natural oil, soothing child powder, baby creams and soaps and bath products deserve special mention.
Many of these natural products for your kid can be homemade. For example, if you can procure pure products like pure coconut oil, calendula extracts, chamomile flowers, shea butter and arrowroot powder, you can make your own baby diaper cream. In the same way, a little apricot kernel oil, calendula and chamomile flower is needed to prepare baby oil. Store these natural homemade baby products in small glass jars and apply on your baby as needed. Pamper your baby with herbal homely care!