Super kind, fragrance free organic baby wash for delicate baby skin – with soothing aloe vera and orange blossom water, calming calendula and hydrating vegetable glycerine.
*pH neutral formulation
*Suitable for sensitive and eczema prone skin
*Plant based ingredients – just as you would find in a healthy diet.
*Soil Association and COSMOS approved
*Our bubbles are natural, plant derived and biodegradable. Safe for baby and safe for the planet.
Add to the bath water and mix well or lather in your hands before use.
Suitable from one month – for the first month we recommend using water only to clean your baby’s skin as it adjusts to the outside world.
Massage – Bathtime can be an ideal occasion to enjoy some massage with your baby. Once they have good head support, use one arm to support your baby from the front. Use the gentle lather from the wash to massage across your baby’s back in a rhythmic backwards and forwards motion working your way down and then up again.
Before you begin read Massage for baby.
Ingredients: Aqua (filtered water), Citrus aurantium amara (orange blossom) flower water*, Coco glucoside, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil*,Vegetable glycerine**, Calendula officinalis (Marigold) flower extract*, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice powder*, xanthum gum (derived from corn), citric acid, dehydroacetic acid, benzyl alcohol.
*from organic agriculture **organic origin Of Total: 83% Organic, 99% Natural
Nutrition – When deciding what to give your baby to drink, water should always be your first choice after breast or formula milk. If a preference for water isn’t established at weaning, children can grow up favouring sweetened drinks to quench their thirst. If they don’t immediately take to the taste (or lack) of pure water, persevere. By continuing to offer it most babies will develop a liking and come to accept it (this is also a good rule for any food initially rejected when weaning).
Fruit juice can be a useful source of vitamins and is a drink parents often give, particularly if their children are fussy about eating whole fruits. When included they should be well mixed with plenty of water to dilute the fruit acids and protect the teeth.
Avoid anything labelled as squash, fruit nectar or fruit drink which will also contain sugar or artificial sweeteners
Massage for baby
For the baby receiving and the person giving, massage has numerous benefits. Most important of these is strengthening of bonding through interaction. Others include relief from wind, colic and constipation, relaxation and improved sleep and stimulation of the immune system.
Massage can be enjoyed any time of day but make sure you are both ready, your baby calm and alert and you not feeling rushed. Avoid massaging when your baby is hungry or unsettled, has a temperature or seems unwell and over skin that has cuts, sores, recent bruising or is inflamed.
If you have any medical concerns always check with a health professional.
Lay your baby on a soft towel and a waterproof mat in a warm room with comfortable lighting, then all you need is baby massage oil and you’re ready to go.
Try to make eye contact, speak and, if you like, sing to your baby as you massage.
Whenever you massage always make sure your baby is happy for you to do so. Always watch and listen to their reactions and if they’ve had enough give them a break or leave the massage for another day.
To find out where you can attend a local baby massage course to learn a full routine contact the International Association of Infant Massage.
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