View Full Version : Natural/organic sls,sles,paraben ect free baby wash/shampoo ect??
Hey girls im just wondering if anyone can recommend a good organic sls/paraben ect free baby products such as shampoo, baby wash and baby cream
preferably something that isnt 2 difficult to come by
Thanks in advance
I've been using Aqua Baby Bath and Massages Oil, all 100% oils no other additives or nasties but only available from selected Coles.
My other kids suffered badly from excema and cradle cap but D, now 4 months has the most beautiful skin and I don't use anything else other then these oils and water.
We use Gaia. It's free from all those things and it contains certified organic oils. They are also an Australian company. It is now available in Coles so it's really easy to come by. If you can't find it ther most chemists stock it
Thanks for the replies girls! :)
i sent off to Gaia to get some samples to check out
Any idea if Aqua baby offer any sort of samples ? or maybe whats a rough price on it? i dont usually shop at coles, if its not to much ill just grab some to test on DD
Just because its good to try things b4 u decide which one you want to use :)
Natural Instincts..... available from health food shops and priceline. They have a website too, but last I looked it was being updated - if you want to give it a go just dot com it.
You could email them on above address about samples.
I got it on special so unsure what normal price but I imagine around $6 a bottle. Mine has just run out so lasts well I guess cause you use so little.
Other ladies that posted...can you tell me are those products just oils or do they contain other ingredients as well, cause I haven't found anything else as "pure" as aquaoils they all seem to have some preservative etc in them.
We use Gaia baby products on our girls, easy to come by in most pharmacies and now stocked in Coles.
We use on ourselves Natural Instinct, which has a baby range too. :thumbsup:
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We use the Dermaveen range. They are chemical free. My kids react to most products but this one they are okay with. The products are available in the chemists.
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