It wasn’t until we had our second baby almost a year ago that my husband Greg and I cleaned out our medicine cabinet of just about every leftover baby product we had. We have always been focused on nutrition and expanded our health and wellness initiative to include eliminating the harmful beauty products we were using for our family. After a lot of research, we found that nearly every product stocked in our home was filled with harsh chemicals, artificial ingredients and known carcinogens. It was upsetting and surprising for us to complete our analysis, as we both blindly trusted that companies were including only wholesome, safe ingredients in products, especially those marketed for use in our children.
After careful review of the options on the market, we settled on Baby Mantra. Our favorite products in their line include the Newborn Shampoo & Wash, Calming Lotion, and Detangling Conditioner.
We chose Baby Mantra due to the fact that they have an earth-friendly range of extremely gentle personal care products for children (newborn to 8 years old) that are made with all-natural skincare ingredients. Baby Mantra products have been certified by the Natural Products Association (NPA), are gluten-free, allergy-tested and cruelty-free.
Since we have two boys who seem to unavoidably get messy, we love the fact that Baby Mantra’s products give our kids that sweet newborn baby smell, that lasts all day long. I’ve also noticed their skin go from dry and scaly to moist and soft.
You can find Baby Mantra products across the country at stores like Albertsons, Jewel Osco, Walgreens, Duane Reade and Meijer. We recommend using the store locator on the company’s website to find a store nearest you. In addition, Baby Mantra can be found online on websites such as Amazon.com, Babiesrus.com, Drugstore.com, Walgreens.com and Diapers.com.
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“I received this product for the purpose of this review, however, these are my own opinions and they have not been influenced in any way by Baby Mantra.”