We started putting this on our son before bedtime and my gosh the difference it’s made. He calms down almost instantly after we put it on him. - Rebekah N.
Key Features: Great for Everyday Use, Ideal Before Bedtime & After-Bath, Pure and Gentle Formulation for Newborns and Up, Use as Baby Massage Oil
A light, soothing blend that leaves your skin ultra-soft and nourished. Made with healing calendula and soothing chamomile, it’s perfect for anytime in the day, but especially after a bath or shower. It's also great for a baby massage to calm a fussy baby and strengthen the bond between parent and child.
Apply a small amount of oil in your hand and gently apply over face, body, and head area. For infant massage: Warm oil between your hands and massage in gentle strokes. For external use only.
Full Ingredients List: Ingredients (INCI): carthamus tinctorius (organic safflower) seed oil, simmondsia chinensis (organic jojoba) seed oil, organic calendula officinalis (flower) extract, lavandula angustifolia (organic lavender) oil, anthemis nobilis (organic chamomile) flower oil.
*Certified Organic / Sustainable Packaging and Fair Trade Practices / Never Tested on Animals
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I love the quality of this oil. I use it in my son's bath and for his daily massage
We’ve been using this since our daughter as small as we got in a bump box and we love it. Skin has never been so soft :)
I use a few pumps in my son's bath, and then rub it into his chest when he gets out. The lavender gets him relaxed for bed.
We started using this oil after baths when mommy was pregnant and she loved it cause helped me sleep but made my skin feel soft n non greasy after bath. Even mommy uses when has headache
I absolutely love this oil. The scent makes your baby smell wonderful. It is not at all greasy going on and leaves nothing unmanageable on hands or clothes. It relaxes both baby, moms, and in my case grandma.