As some of you know I am a huge advocate for natural, toxic free skin care so when I came across abundance naturally I was really happy to know they are truly free from toxic ingredients. With my baby girls and with my son I am extremely picky as to what goes on their skin. Maybe it’s the esthetician in me? But skincare is a passion of mine.
I have been using all the products extensively on my kids and some of my stand out favourites from the line is the bubble wash and bum spray.
The Baby Balm is a nice all around healing balm used to treat diaper rashes and skin irritations. Its main healing ingredients are Calendula, Chickweed, Marshmallow Root and Lavender just to name a few. Extremely healing for the skin.
The Bum Bum spray is what I use mostly, especially after a nights sleep in their diaper. It’s not heavily scented and gives a nice spray to gently clean. It’s also a nice alternative to chemically laden wipes. Most wipes are loaded with ugly toxic ingredient and loaded with parabens too. Quite sad isn’t. Just check out what’s in these Huggies wipes.
The Baby Oil is nice and light and gives a nice slip for a soothing massage. I didn’t find the scent strong at all and I love that it is free from petroleum-based oils(mineral oil for example). It’s loaded with moisturizing oils such as Vitamin E, Sunflower oil, Grapeseed oil and scented with calming Lavender and Chamomile. Both oils are safe for inhalation when massaging and soothing.
Bubble Wash is my fave from the line. I love how it cleanses, how nice it foams(like a really good creamy foam), and just over all feel of the wash for my kids. My big kid uses this as well.
It’s a Castile based soap with the organic oils of coconut and sunflower. It also has Lavender and Chamomile to gently sooth and cleanse and over all an affordable cleanser.
" I really liked the belly butter. It's soft and goes on silky.
It also is absorbed really fast giving quick relief to itches and a stretched belly button.
One evening my husband rubbed on about two days worth of the belly butter onto my belly
and it all absorbed in and felt wonderful. I only wish it smelled as pretty as my usual belly butter
(which has lavender oil in it)- the scent of this belly butter is light and it smells natural and grassy."
I first started using Clayton Shagal about 20 years ago, when I was in aesthetics…19 August, 2013