|HAND / FOOT|
|BABY / MOM|
|MAKEUP - FACE|
|MAKEUP - EYES|
|MAKEUP - LIPS|
|MAKEUP - CHEEKS|
|PERFUMES / MIST|
|CANDLES / SCENTS|
|HEALTH & HEALING|
Aromababy is committed to ongoing research and development, to provide mothers and babies with an innovative, pure, and high quality skin care range that benefits the health and wellbeing on the individual. Embrace the mission to provide love, care and respect for babies and our future.
Aromababy is an Australian made skin care collection rich with organic ingredients. Founded by Catherine Cervasio, the brand was designed for pregnancy, labour, postnatal, mothers and babies. Her range is exquisite yet gentle enough to help those with delicate and sensitive skin types and the organically rich formulations make this a great product for dry skin. The range includes stretch mark creams, baby oils, massage oils, baby wash, baby lotions and its great for postnatal skin treatment.
Ingredients are selected for its purity and therapeutic properties and efficacy, to treat skin conditions such as stretch marks, eczema, cradle caps, psoriasis and other skin ailments. It's rich in vitamin e, calendula, rosehip oil, avocado oil, jojoba, organic essential oils and more. It's mission to provide products for babies and mothers has also propelled the brand into an eco friendly baby clothing and accessories range that is now sold worldwide. AROMABABY to this date remains in a class of its own.
Aromababy products are free from all the standard toxic ingredients such as petrochemicals, parabens, SLS, propylene glycol, silicones etc. For example, instead of using talc powder which some babies may get allergic to, they have used organic oat, cornstarch and soy powders as a replacement.
The commitment to research is something the founder "Catherine" has reached out to do. Her need to innovate to create a range that is high quality and specifically taylored for mothers and children brings you a brand which is pure to heart.
The range can also be found in selected hospitals and childcare facilities across Australia.