7th Generation

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What goes well with a yellow rubber ducky and a dirty baby? Seventh Generation’s baby bath of course!

We were ecstatic to receive three bottles of Seventh Generation’s baby wash: Baby Bubble Bath, Baby Shampoo & Wash, and Foaming Baby Shampoo & Wash to sample and test. All three cleaned my baby from tip to top and left her smelling heavenly. This tear free formula was gentle and never dried out my baby’s sensitive skin. Shortly after using this baby wash I found that my daughter’s year old cradle cap was starting to loosen and lessen. I attribute this to the wash being infused with extra virgin olive oil (which my mother has been telling me to use for the last year).

My 4 year old son would like to play in a bubble bath every night of the week. Bubbles are easily made with the Seventh Generation Baby Bubble Bath. A little squirt, a little swishing and voila, bubbles! Lots of bubbles. While he plays I clean and it’s a win win for everyone. My son has always been reluctant to have his hair washed, but felt comfortable with the Seventh Generation soaps. They are mild, which gets the kid approval in this family!

The lovely folks at Seventh Generation also sent us their Baby Sunscreen. I am not kidding when I tell you that I did a little happy dance when I found this sunscreen! I am a sunscreen snob, in a positive way. I will only use the best sunscreen on my kids.  I look for broad-spectrum (UVA and UVB) protection, and sunscreen free of perfumes, dyes and harsh chemicals. I am happy to lather my kiddos in thick white ooey gooey sunscreen. As long as it works and works well! Seventh Generation’s sunscreen as worked well for us all summer long. This is now my go to sunscreen.

Our family uses many products from Seventh Generation. We believe in this company, the work they are doing, and the products they put out. Look for their products in stores near you!

~Honi

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