Thursday, March 1, 2012
I received the Baby Magic Lavender Body Wash from Naterra.
This calming baby body wash is very gentle. It lathers up extremely well, making their body clean and smelling great and their hair silky smooth. I even used this to wash Adisyn’s hair, and it worked great even as a shampoo. It rinses out well. This makes it great because most kids hate having water poured on their head. The less water poured, means less screaming.
This is a tear free formula, so if you happen to get a tiny bubble in your kid’s eye- it will not burn. Just rinse it out and the will be fine. It is hypoallergenic, which is awesome. Most kids and babies have sensitive skin, so having something that is hypoallergenic means they will not break out from using it.
It has such a silky feel to it, which is why Adisyn’s hair felt so smooth and silky. I figured it would be like other baby washes, and I would have to put a drop of conditioner in her hair, but I didn’t. It worked well conditioning as well as washing. It also is a great detangler. I put it in her hair (she had gotten juice in it, and it had some knots) and by the time we got done washing her hair, the knots weren’t there.
These products are made in the United States, so you are supporting American business when you buy Baby Magic products.
The lavender and chamomile are so relaxing, even for me. It smells amazing- you can smell the lavender and hint of chamomile. After I gave her a bath, she was knocked out on her bed. It had relaxed her and made her sleepy. Mixing this as a bubble bath adds extra soothing to their bath. So while they play, they will also be worn out and smelling awesome.
Baby Magic Supports the LCBC's Fun Run Event
The Literacy Council of Benton County has been helping to better adult english literacy since 1972. They are a small local non-profit organization where volunteer tutors teach their students how to fill in application forms, read their perscription labels correctly and study for citizenship.
Baby Magic donated products to help support the LCBC’s 5k Fun Run Event in hopes to faciliate the LCBC’s goals and help them to raise money.
How can you help?
Visit the LCBC’s website to find out how you can become a volunteer tutor of donate to the cause.
Disclosure; This isn’t a sponsored post. This is my honest review of above products. I did receive products in exchange for an honest review.
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Jessica is the writer behind Sweet Southern Mama. She is the mother of 2 adorable kids- Aidan, 7 and Adisyn, 5. She lives in Kentucky with her fiance and kids. She loves designing blogs, reading, writing, crafting, all things electronic, photography, and spending time with her family.