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Bubble Head Bath Wash for Littles!

It can be hard to find bath products for little ones that aren't loaded with fake ingredients. Those fake ingredients cause dry skin, skin irritations and can even be toxic!

 



Purl Lamb Organic's new Bubble Head: Lavender+Rosemary Bath Wash is the perfect solution to this dilemma. It smells amazing, lathers perfectly and tots are bound to love using it. Plus, there are quite a few health benefits to this soap thanks to the pure ingredients it uses. I trust this body wash so much that I let me little one put it on himself!



Hemp Seed Oil



Hemp seed oil is rich in Vitamin A and E. It also contains potassium, iron, and zinc! Placing this oil on your skin gives you a healthy dose of antioxidants.



Vitamin B5


This is a wonder vitamin that improves the appearance of skin by making it look more elastic. Mama's, feel free to sneak some of this in your bath too!



Marigold Calendula

 


Marigold Calendula is a great natural moisturizer. It works especially well on chapped skin. It soothes the area and even reduces pain. Bonus: You can also use this ingredient on muscle sprains!

 


Burdock Root



Burdock Root isn't just a moisturizer, it also treats eczema and other common childhood skin irritations.



Nettle Leaf


Research is just starting on the benefits of this one, but so far, it's been found to help with allergies, clear psoriasis and eczema and protect skin.



White Grapefruit Essential Oil


This naturally uplifts the spirit, promotes good mood, helps the user to focus and is an antiseptic.


Lavender Essential Oil


Lavender oil eliminates tension, relieves pain, and naturally calms little ones.



Rosemary Essential Oil



This oil protects skin and is a natural disinfectant. It also is known to boost memory.



Simply put, this is the perfect body wash for your children. It calms them, helps boost their focus, protects their skin and heals most skin issues.

What is your favorite way to calm your little one?

November 04, 2016 by Catlyn Hoepner
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