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Finding The Best Baby Skin Care Products For Your Child’s Bath Time
There are some accessories that can make the washing a more pleasant experience for the child and for the washer (you!), but of course the most important component is the actual soap and shampoo products you’re using to do the washing.
Babies come to us with sensitive skin and allergies that we don’t know about yet, so when it comes to baby bath skin care we are looking for products that are specifically designed for a baby’s sensitive skin. Some of these products use all organic ingredients, some are tear-free, and some come with or without fragrances. These considerations depend on the preferences of you the parent, but of course the other key considerations we would like to make depend on the price and rating of the products, on what other parents have had to say about them.
So whether it be soap, shampoo, or bubble bath let’s take a look at some of the top-rated baby bath skin care products in 2017 using these considerations in the comparison chart below. We hope you find it useful!
Comparing The Best Baby Bath Skin Care Products
A Closer Look Into The Best Baby Bath Skin Care Products
Hopefully the comparison chart above has given you a few ideas about which baby bath skin care products are the right ones for your baby. If you’re still undecided, read on and we will explore some of the top options in even more detail below.
Dr. Bronner’s has quite the following for their line of organic soaps, and their baby varieties are no different. The Dr. Bronner’s soaps are Castile soaps, meaning they are entirely vegetable-oil-based like the soaps originating from the Castile region of Spain were, as opposed to animal-fat (tallow) based soaps.
The baby version of their liquid Castile soap is designed to be even more mild than their normal vegetable-oil-based soaps. Castile soap can be used for washing both the hair and body, but it doesn’t stop there. This soap is actually a very versatile cleaner around the house and can also be used for things like doing baby’s laundry and making baby wipes. Reading some of the hundreds of product reviews that mention babies is sure to give you some ideas.
The only potential drawback of Dr. Bronner’s Baby-Mild Castile soap for some is that it is not tear-free, so you really need to keep it out of your child’s eyes. But that could be no problem if you are using a visor or splashguard from the accessories section that will help keep all water out of your little one’s sensitive areas.
Besides being available in multiple sizes including 4oz, 8oz, 16oz, and 32oz, Dr. Bronner’s for babies is also available as a bar soap that has an extraordinary 4.8-star rating and over 500 reviews.
Another highly-rated product comes from Aquaphor in their fragrance free mild baby cleanser that is the #1 best seller in Amazon’s baby shampoo section. The tear-free, gentle formula is enriched with soothing chamomile and provitamin B5. It’s also one of the cheapest options on our list. Customer reviewers have noted that it seems to do wonders for children with eczema and sensitive or itchy skin in general. Some have even mentioned their child’s dermatologists recommending it to them and having great success after they used it. At 13.5oz this bottle is bigger than the ones you can typically find in stores and lasts a surprisingly long time. At the time of writing the single bottle is available from Amazon as an add-on item, meaning it ships free when you order another product or two, but the product page also gives you the option of ordering 2 bottles at once that qualify for Prime shipping. See full customer reviews and prices.
Another popular brand in the baby bath skin care category is Babyganics, who make this fragrance and tear-free foaming body wash and shampoo. It can be nice to have a little foaming action when you are trying to see which parts still need to be washed, and this one is made with non-allergenic ingredients designed to be easy on the baby’s skin. The foaming pump also makes it easy to get and apply soap one-handed–useful if your other hand is busy helping the baby stay still. Plus the foam can actually be a game of its own for the child.
One of the positive traits brought up the most by reviewers is just how fragrance free this soap is. For those parents who don’t like artificial soap smells and just want their baby soap to clean without making the child smell like a flower afterwards, this is a wonderful option. Though if you would like the benefits of the foaming action and a bit of fragrance, there are Chamomile and Orange Blossom varieties available from the same product page.
This one comes in a pack of 3, and while it’s not the cheapest item on our list it is available for Amazon’s Subscribe & Save program, where you can take up to 15% off the price of this product and others you subscribe to.
Moving on to bubble baths, Babyganics also makes one of the most popular baby bubble bath formulas. Made from natural plant-based materials it is designed to be non-allergenic, gentle on the skin, and tear-free. Everything you need out of a bubble bath, it comes in the popular fragrance free form as well as in two scented varieties that are available from the same product page.
Reviews are mixed about the amount of bubbles the formula creates and whether its adequate, but a large number of people write that it is, and one satisfied customer even includes a picture of the bubble bath she made with it demonstrating that it’s plenty for a child to splash around in and have fun.
When factoring in that this item comes in a pack of 2, this bubble bath definitely comes at a reasonable price.
Another popular bubble bath formula for babies is this one by the beloved Burt’s Bees brand. Not only is it tear-free and 98.9% natural, but it is infused with coconut oil and soy proteins for a unique cleanse. The magical thing about bubble bath formulas like this one is they are cleansing products, your child will get quite clean just by soaking in it, and will only require additional scrubbing if they are really caked with dirt from the day.
The Burt’s Bees bubble bath is hypoallergenic and supposed to work fine even for babies with sensitive skin. It is for parents who don’t mind a little fragrance in the bubble bath formula, but you will be happy to know that the fragrance comes from 100% natural ingredients.