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Can anyone recommend a soap free & preferably organic baby bath/wash?

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Moneypenny2014

As the title suggests I'm after a soap free baby bath for my 2.5 year old.

Something I add to the water as I fill the bath.....

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meerkat

Aqueous cream / Sorbalene (used as a wash) for the first six months.

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HappyWomble

Moo Goo is better than anything sorbolene, because sorbolene contains petrochemical-based products. You could practically eat Moo Goo products.

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Gentle Smentle

See if the GAIA Natural Baby range has a bath wash...I use their shampoo for DD it is organic, is soap and petrochemical free and is very gentle.

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kadoodle

Body Shop buriti baby wash here.

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jalmd

I second moo goo, they also do great shampoo, conditioner, creams etc. Www.moogoo.com.au

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Orangedrops

Warm water?

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seashells

Aromababy have a lovely range, my SIL uses them & likes them :)

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Modigliana

Oatmeal baths - grind oats up in a food processor, put 1/4 cup in an old stocking so not to make a big mess, squeeze stocking in water until milky.

 

We don't use soap products due to eczema. Very cheap too.

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ez21

Another vote for Aromababy. I use lots of their products and they are fantastic. Our local Priceline stocks them.

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Sweet like a lemon
See if the GAIA Natural Baby range has a bath wash...I use their shampoo for DD it is organic, is soap and petrochemical free and is very gentle.

 

Organic care has the same ingredients but is less than a quarter of the price.

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Electro

In Melbourne (Williamstown actually) I always get my bath products for me verrrrry sensitive eczema-ish kids at BACK TO BASICS. They do a baby bath wash which easily rivals the likes of Gaia etc...is pure glycerine and lavender and chamomile (in fact the lady who makes it says it's all actually EDIBLE it's so safe) and smells divine. Wayyyyyy cheaper too.

 

They do all kinds of shampoos and other cleaning products too but I've only bought the baby bath and shampoo. Big bottle (half litre pump pack?!) is around $10.

 

The RCH dermatology dept nurse put me onto them when DS (now 6yo) was a baby.

 

http://www.back-to-basics.com.au/shop/cate...tural-baby-care

 

 

 

 

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Moneypenny2014

Wow thanks for all the replies!

I use to use Aromababy except that I couldnt purchase it locally and it became very expensive by the time I added on postage.

i will definately check out/try all of the other ideas for sure.

Nutsforhazel - there is something about 'adding' something into water that makes me feel like we're really getting clean :) Plus, they come out of the bath smelling extra yummy too :)

 

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Liadan

I use either gaia or moogoo milk wash.

 

Moogoo use a "cleanser" which is the same PH as skin, so it is low irritant. When my DD was little I used their "soap" bars, I love them, DD would come out of the bath smelling nice and clean, but without that "soap" smell, she still had that lovely baby smell about her.

 

ETA: Oatmeal is also great. It is probably the best thing for soothing irritated skin. Google "Colloidal oatmeal" and have a read.

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TaciturnTurtledove

Another vote for Moogoo milk wash!

 

also the gaia bath stuff, it smells lovely on my bub.

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Moneypenny2014

I've just ordered the Moogoo milk wash, thanks so much to those who recommended it! It sounds great.

 

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