Our baby soap comes in 1.5 ounce molds of very cute teddy bears, ducks, kittys, puppies, or bunnies. We can’t guarantee what we will have in stock at the time of your order, so we’ll send you our choice. However, if you’d like to message us with your preference we’ll do what we can to fulfill it. But, in the end, we can’t guarantee a particular shape.
Directions: Rub soap between your hands or onto wash rag and apply to baby’s skin, or rub bar directly onto baby’s skin. For shampoo, be careful to not get in baby’s eyes. Rinse carefully.
Ingredients: Soap Base: coconut oil, palm oil, safflower oil, glycerin, purified water, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, soy bean protein. Calendula oil, Bergamot Essential Oil, Calendula petals.
Our baby soap is made from a base of melt and pour glycerine. Glycerine soap is well-known for its gentleness and it’s wonderful nourishing and moisturizing properties. It works to retain and pull moisture to the skin and keeps the skin hydrated for a long time. It’s a great soap for dry and sensitive skin and it’s recommended for all skin types.
To our baby soap we’ve added calendula and bergamot, both of which add even more gentleness for baby’s skin. This bar can be used as baby’s shampoo as well.
Is this soap tear-free? No, it’s not. Tear-free shampoos for babies seem a good thing, but they aren’t actually tear-free. Rather, a chemical numbing agent has been added to keep baby from feeling any stinging. Better to avoid that altogether. It’s natural for the eyes to water and protect themselves if something gets into them. Since glycerine soaps often tend to have the same cleansing-power, but less lather, they’re perfect for babies and toddlers.
*If you’re ordering during warm seasons, be aware this product may melt slightly in transit.
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