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Garden Of Eden's Baby Oil & Baby Soap

Posted by EB Product Panel , 09 September 2011 · 1454 views


  • Eco friendly ingredients
  • Biodegradable ingredients
  • Plant derived ingredients
  • Clinically proven and supported ingredients
So, relax and enjoy the experience your skin is about to undergo.  It will look and feel fresh, rejuvenated and  vibrant.

Garden Of Eden's Baby Oil is a combination of  14 skin nourishing and protecting herbs and 9 plant oils which are  formulated to create extreme moisture to the babies and children’s skin,  whilst helping combat skin problems.

Garden of Eden's Baby Soap, a mild soothing soap that is suitable for all skin types and conditions.

  http://www.herbalink.com.au/

  
Some of our members have had the opportunity to try the Baby Oil and Baby Soap, here is what they thought of if:





one-fine-day
Sep 22 2011 07:32 AM
Thanks EB for the chance to try this baby oil and soap.. i had never heard of this brand before - (is it available at supermarkets?)

What i really liked about it, is that the soap is free from chemicals like sodium lauryl sulphate .. as my DS & I have some patches of dry skin that usually get aggravated by most commercial soaps. So using this for the first time, you could tell the difference .. feeling light and moisturising, and with a pleasant fragrance.
Another plus is that it contains coconut oil, not palm oil !

& the oil, i used as a skin soothing oil to sooth and nourish my sons skin after his bath, and what a benefit to have it all over my dry, cracking hands... they are feeling so much better!
its weird if you are more used to using a "lotion" - because the oil smooths on differently, but once it has absorbed in, it smells and feels lovely.


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aimeesharpe
Sep 22 2011 09:47 AM
My kids are very sensitive and i loved the soap it smelt so good that i even used it!!
My babies had the nicest softest skin after using the soap followed by the oil!
will definetly be buying this roduct again especially the soap!
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This was a great product to sample!

Free from chemicals is fantastic.

This soap and oil is great for the young and the old!
The smell is subtle which is lovely for little children, I used on my three girls, and they loved it.

Great for there skin, as in the area we live, it is cold and often windy.

My hands feel great and soft.

I would not hesitate to recommend it too anyone.
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This product are fantastic, as a first-time mum, I would choose the best for my DD.
I love the fragrant of the soap which I use it too  biggrin.gif
feel so soft and I would recommend this product to other young mum..
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Love the soap - soft fragrance and silky on my bubs skin. The oil came in handy when minding my neice - 6 months old and struggling to sleep - a gentle massage was perfect. Thank you, they are divine!
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Actually a beautiful product, the baby oil I preferred much more than another popular brand I have tried and it smelt amazing. I love that there is no chemicals! All round very impressed, thank you.
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The soap made a nice pleasing lather on my baby's skin. When I first opened the baby oil I was struck by the lovely scent. I looked at the ingredients and I am very impressed that I could pronounce each and every ingredient. I feel very confident using these two products for my children.
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Thanks for the opportunity to try these wonderful products.

The soap was soft and creamy and a subtle perfume. No dry skin for the girls after using this.

A great calming massage oil and not as oily as some other brands I have used.

Both the girls and my skin felt wonderful after these products and I would not hesitate to recommend these to others.
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I love this product. It arrived in the  mail as a lovely surprise and I was ready to shop for something similar. What I really like, apart from the velvety softness and appealing fragrance, is that I can use it with confidence that I am not putting harsh chemicals anywhere near my baby. Thank you. I will be buying this when I run out.
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I was pleasantly surprised with the baby soap. It lathered up beautifully and was nice and creamy. Not harsh on the skin at all. My three children all suffer from minor eczema and I haven’t used “real” soap on them for years. To my amazement, they didn’t have any eczema flare ups.

The baby oil was very soothing and moisturising. I warmed it up first in a cup of hot water before massaging my daughter. The only thing I didn’t particularly like about it was the scent. It has a very “soapy” smell to it which I found quite overpowering and it lingered.

But overall these products are great. And they certainly live up to Herbalink’s claims.

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It was an honour to review these herbalink products. My baby has sensitive skin and I am always cautious buying new products as a result. The natural ingredients used in the Garden of Eden oil and soap are very appealing for use on babies.
I have used the soap and oil for 2 weeks both in the bath and massaging the oil straight into her skin. The soap is a lovely creamy lather not at all drying and lasts for multiple use.
The oil has a lovely fragrance and I have seen amazing results on my daughters dry and rashy skin with almost instant clear skin the next morning.
I am also delighted with the added benefit of the improvement to the dry skin on my hands. I would strongly reccomend these products and will be purchasing again when ours runs out.

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It was an honour to review these herbalink products. My baby has sensitive skin and I am always cautious buying new products as a result. The natural ingredients used in the Garden of Eden oil and soap are very appealing for use on babies.
I have used the soap and oil for 2 weeks both in the bath and massaging the oil straight into her skin. The soap is a lovely creamy lather not at all drying and lasts for multiple use.
The oil has a lovely fragrance and I have seen amazing results on my daughters dry and rashy skin with almost instant clear skin the next morning.
I am also delighted with the added benefit of the improvement to the dry skin on my hands. I would strongly reccomend these products and will be purchasing again when ours runs out.

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tiffanyanne
Oct 12 2011 04:15 PM
Thank you for the opportunity to review these 2 beautiful products.

My little man has lived with eczema since birth and so do not use soap or commercial products on his skin.

I have to agree with "bardlsey" in respect to the reduction of "flare ups" whilst using the soap and oil for the last few weeks.  I am hesitant with new "miracle" cures or products that claim to work as I have tried so many over the years and hoped this wasn't just a coincidence - obviously not!

I loved the soap but the oil was a favourite - what a divine fragrance.  I loved how easily it was absorbed without the "oily" residue other oils leave behind.  My hands also loved the benefits!

Would recommend - and not just for little people!
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I was pleasantly surprised when first opening the products that the aroma was not overpowering.  The instructions were clear and precise and made using the products very easy.  The soap created a good lather but washed off easily.  It didn't leave my baby's skin dry at all.  The Baby Oil was amazing.  It absorbed into my baby's skin easily and didn't leave a greasy residue on her or me.  It has such a lovely scent that I believe it assisted in getting her to sleep a lot quicker than normal.  I would definetly continue to use these products and will be recommending them to all my friends with children.  I love the fact that all natural ingredients are used, as I don't believe in using chemicals where possible.
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I liked the baby soap, it was easy to lather but stayed solid, it didnt turn into mush like softer bars of soap. The fragrance was mild but not too clinical. The bay oil was soothing and didnt have that really oily fragrance other baby oiuls have. I would buy both products if they were reasonably priced.
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I loved the baby soap. My little boy has sensitive skin and this worked wonders. The baby oil was also great but If i could only have one it would definately be the soap.
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I am a mother of newborn and so I was looking for an ideal baby oil and baby soap for my child. I came to know about Garden of Eden's baby oil and baby soap from this post and I am really impressed with its features. Since those are consists of only Eco-friendly, biodegradable, plant derived, clinically proven and permitted ingredients, I don’t have to worry much thinking about the safety. I hope to consult Dallas doctors before I take the final decision. I think it will be good for my baby’s skin and so I have decided to buy this soap and oil from the market. I am also impressed with the comments on this soap and oil by those who have tried it.
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I thought that this product sounded like it was worth a try to help with the eczema on my hands and the nappy rash that my baby has from teething.

The day that I received my sample, my hands were particular sore and raw, I used the soap and almost instantly the pain diminished and the redness went away. After a week of using it each time I washed my hands, the soreness had gone, my hands weren't as dry and cracked and the itchiness had gone too.  My older kids also had caught a bit of the sun that week and gotten a mild sunburn, I used the oil in the bath with them that night and it settled it very quickly. The redness from my sons nappy rash also disappeared very quickly, and stayed away as well.

I was extremely happy with both of these products and would definitely buy and use again.
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