WHY USE ORGANIC SHAMPOOS FOR BABIES

why use organic shampoos for babies WHY USE ORGANIC SHAMPOOS FOR BABIES

Why Use Organic Shampoos for Babies

Many baby shampoo products that claim to be gentle still contain a large amount of chemical additives.

Even worse are those companies that falsely infer that their products are natural or organic, but a simple glance at the ingredients on the product will reveal a different story. Toxic chemicals ranging from SLS, Propylene Glycol, petro-chemicals, synthetic preservatives and many more.

It is important to look at the ingredients list before purchasing any shampoo or soap products for your new born. The important thing to remember when purchasing your baby product for your child is to find one that is free of the irritating and toxic chemicals that induce itchiness, rashes, dryness, and irritations.


 

Organic baby shampoo is the ideal option for keeping your baby’s luxurious hair clean and growing. Most organic baby shampoos are ultra gentle using only natural ingredients such as aloe vera, water, lavender oil, wheat ammino acids, jojoba, rosehip oil, citric acid,  seed oil…..providing a soft touch that is free of any chemical additives to gently cleanse your baby’s delicate skin and hair.

Go Natural and organic!

Most genuine natural shampoo products will not contain SLS or any other harsh chemicals. For those babies that suffer from cradle cap, eczema, or psorasis, using natural shampoos can be a real relieve. Genuine certified organic shampoos contain natural oils that are safe for baby’s hair and will not lead to itching or irritation.  Organic shampoo is formulated using natural ingredients like naturally occuring minerals and organic plant extracts. Combined, these will cleanse the hair and restore its vitality.

Don’t we all love to have shiny silky hair without the irritation. Let nature lend us a helping hand.

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