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Baby Bath Products

When it comes to bath time for our infants, there are dozens of products available on the market promising restful sleep and a clean child. Unfortunately, many of these are full of chemicals that can potentially harm our children. Thankfully HealthPost carries a range of safe products for baby’s bath time, from bubble baths to gentle soaps and magnesium to assist relaxation and support a restful sleep.
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Many of us pay close attention to the products we put on our skin, from cosmetics to hair care – however, there can be an assumption that products designed for infants and children are gentler, safer and less likely to contain harmful chemicals. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case, which is why it is so important to be careful of what we put into our children’s baths and on their skin, particularly given their frequent use as part of a daily bedtime routine.

Luckily there are a number of companies like Ecostore, Weleda or made4baby producing healthy baby products. Our range of baby bath products includes bubblebath, soap, infant shampoo, gift packs and more, carefully selected to ensure minimal exposure to harmful chemicals and keep baby healthy and squeaky clean.

Product Reviews

  • Love the bubbles

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    Not only for babies. It has a lovely smell and is great when you have sensitive skin

    Gabrielle

    14/07/17

  • Still to strong for reactive skins

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    This product looked really good so decided to give a go on my 10 month old and she came out red and rashie. Be aware if your little one has reactive skin.

    Toni

    9/06/17

  • Love this soap

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    Have been using this soap for years. Pleasant, mild scented soap that is great for those sensitive to overpowering smells.

    Sonja

    11/02/17

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