We got a gift basket of Aveeno Baby stuff, and I can't wait to use it, it all smells awesome. I think we got like 3 different washes and 4 different lotions, so it should last a while. We also got a ton of assorted Johnson's washes and shampoos and lotions, so I think we are going to be good on bath products. Target has a French brand called Mustela that I wanted to try, but we have so much already, I will probably just use all the gifts first.
That's what I've got for the little ones, partly on my sister's recommendation. I've really liked their lip balm, stretch oil, and foot soak for pregnant mamas, which seemed like a good boost to her opinion on the baby products.
Their fragrance-free one rates a "1" on Cosmetics Database! I've also read that their newer formulations are phthalate and paraben free.Originally Posted by jillybeans
I've always used burt's bees, but i'm not overly thrilled with their ratings lately. So I'll prob. be switching.
I love Aveeno lotions. I got a bunch of Johnson baby stuff at my shower, but I have really sensitive skin so I'm kinda worried about using it on her. Has anyone ever tried Grandma El's? Is their diaper cream really safe to use with cloth diapers?
Right here! Thanks Jessica, btw. I always forget about that site, but I was needing to look up some sunscreens, so this was super helpful!
Originally Posted by *Jessica*
I like to check http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ before using anything. I tend to buy stuff for myself because it's cheap (think Suave), but I try to stick to safer alternatives for the kids. I use California Baby, because it is the only product I can find locally that has a good rating on EWG.