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August 08, 2016

How I Survived Breastfeeding the Second Time Around

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breastfeeding tipsIn my experience, breastfeeding has been a challenge. My first daughter was born via C-section, because she never dropped.

I was not prepared for a hospital staff change to interfere with having her near me. They sent me to recovery and I didn't get a chance to see her for several hours. They called me from the nursery and asked permission to give her a bottle since her blood sugar was low, and this was all shocking, since I hadn't expected this to happen. No one told me I could have expressed milk for her in recovery!

In retrospect, I wish I would have had more knowledge to advocate for myself or my husband. It was completely unacceptable. As a result, I had difficulty getting her to latch, despite a tongue tie revision that was completely scary at the time. "Just a simple procedure" for a 2 day old + a sleep deprived mama were not so simple words. I wish I would have read up on that ahead of time vs. frantically googling. I had lactation consultations in the hospital on the 3rd day, when I really needed them immediately. 

When I came home, I worked with several other lactation consultants including one who owned the popular breastfeeding shop for over twenty years, and even with her expertise I struggled.

I must have tried every contraption out there, and the only thing that worked to keep my supply going was a Medela symphony double electric hospital grade pump.

I ended up pumping exclusively for her for an entire year after supplementing for a month and made just enough to meet her needs. The stress of a house flood caused my supply to drop.  I'm grateful for the opportunity to share my story. I learned so much along the way that helped prepare me for my second daughter.

Here are 10 tips that I made me a great breastfeeding mama:

1. Meet with a Lactation Consultant before delivery 

Determined to see if my outcome could be different when pregnant with my second, I met with a lactation consultant before delivery for some tips. Meeting before I gave birth to my baby girl helped put my mind at ease about all the options I had. I even learned about supplements if the need arose.

2. Skin to Skin Contact 

I included my desire for the baby to have immediate skin to skin contact at delivery in a birth plan with copies given to the Dr., hospital staff and my husband. Skin to skin is something I've learned is of utmost importance and even helpful at all times.

3. Find the right breast pump 

I made sure to find out which pump the hospital carried, and since it was different than the one I was familiar with, I decided to rent one just in case I needed it. I also brought all pump parts and accessories washed and sterilized.

4. Hands-free Pump Bra 

I highly recommend the Simple Wishes hands free pump bra. It really does make things easier to multi-task during pumping. A pumping tidbit I learned to increase supply: pump 5 min extra after a letdown. The ability to be hands free while you pump allows you to relax surfing the web or looking at cute photos of your baby and not rush the process. Heck, for those who work at home you can work while you pump! 

Simple Wishes hands free pump bra

Simple Wishes Hands-Free Pumping Bra

5. Learn how to massage your breasts

Be hands on- whether you are pumping or feeding. Massage the breasts help beforehand to help with letdown.

6. Pumpin Pal breast shields 

These easily attach to the Medela connectors, and accommodate a range of breast sizes unlike the Medela breast shields  that come in sizes 24mm, 27mm, 30mm, and 36mm. This is nice because breasts can fluctuate in size and you can also lean back with these.

Pumpin Pal breast shields

Pumpin Pal Breast Shields

7. Create comfortable breastfeeding stations

Chair station: I had a rocking chair with good back support, a foot stool and placed a small pillow to support my lower back unless I was in bed, I used a yoga bolster by Hugger Mugger to support my lower back.

Hugger Mugger yoga bolster

Hugger Mugger Yoga Bolster

Nursing pillows: I tried The Boppy, Bobby travel pillow for on the go, My Breast Friend, Luna Lullaby Nursing Pillow just to keep things exciting and have a pillow for nursing in every room of my house.

The Boppy nursing pillow

The Boppy Nursing Pillow

My Brest Friend nursing pillow

My Brest Friend Nursing Pillow

Luna Lullaby Nursing Pillow

Luna Lullaby Nursing Pillow

8. Galactagologues and Galactagenic foods 

I started off trying all the Motherlove More Milk Plus, and Now Foods Brewers Yeast tablets. I experimented with foods and had good success with pearled barley, seaweed, fresh basil, coconut water fresh from the coconut, quinoa, avocado, flaxseed and nuts.

Motherlove More Milk Plus

Motherlove More Milk Plus

Now Foods Brewers Yeast tablets

NOW Foods Brewer's Yeast

9. Silverette cups
 

I purchased these as a precautionary measure. They are .925 silver cups designed to help protect and heal sore nipples.

Silverette nursing cups

Silverette Nursing Cups

10. Bamboobies Boob Ease Soothing Therapy pillows for nursing

I used these for a few months to bring warmth to my breasts and feel relaxed. Highly recommended! 

Bamboobies Nursing Pads

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eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Elana Priesman, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to giselle@socialmedia22.com.

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August 07, 2016

How to Keep Your Family Safe Around Pools

pool safety for familiesNow that it’s summer, many of us are using our (or our families’) swimming pools. These provide a lot of fun, but they can also be quite dangerous when we have little ones running around. Here are some simple (but effective) ways you can keep your family safe in the pool.

1. Always mind your children when they are near the pool (or any body of water). If there are multiple adults present, take turns watching the children. Sometimes people think “someone else is watching the kids” so put someone in charge.

2. Never rely on swim toys to keep your kids above water. If your kids can’t swim, they need a personal flotation device. They make swimmers for kids that strap over the arms with a chest piece so they can never sink.

3. Avoid entrapment by staying away from pipes, vents, drains, or any type of equipment in the pool.

4. Pools should be guarded by a fence with a self-closing, self-locking gate so little ones can’t wander near.

5. Take a CPR class that specifically addresses how to save a child. Hopefully you’ll never has to use this skill, but it could literally be a lifesaver if you do.

6. If your child is missing, the first place you should look is the pool. Don’t waste time running around the yard when they may be struggling in the water or drowning.

7. Learn how to swim! Just because your pool is shallow doesn’t mean you can be ignorant about swimming. Know how to swim (above and underwater) so you can rescue a child if necessary.

8. Insist that no one runs around the pool. This is a sure way to fall in.

9. If you have an above ground pool, remove the ladder when the pool is not in use so little ones don’t climb up (and they LOVE to climb).

10. Regularly clean and test the chemicals. Most people think the only danger of a pool is drowning, but the substances in the water can be dangerous too. Maintain a proper filtration system and use whatever chemicals are right for your pool.

11. Use a safety cover when it’s time to put the pool away for the winter. A safety cover is a sturdy, taut cover that you can fall on without sinking into the pool. They make these for above and below ground pools.

What steps do you take to keep your family safe around pools or water?

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

August 04, 2016

5 Potty Training Tips for Your Toddler

Potty Training Tips for Your ToddlerPotty training is never an easy task for parents or their children. A lot of times, children can even be so scared of using a real toilet that they actually hold it in as long as possible or refuse to go. Eventually though, it’s an inevitable part of the development of a baby to a child. For parents seeking help with potty training, here are the first steps to try:

1. The Introduction 

Slowly introducing the potty to your child’s life is a great first step on the road to potty training. A subtle introduction is helpful at first, especially if you have a feeling that your child may have fears of the toilet. Try reading children’s books on the subject, or including your child in the process of choosing a starter potty to begin the process.

2. Signs of Interest 

Since you certainly don’t want to rush your child into doing something they’re nervous or fearful of, you should wait to see some signs of interest in the potty. Signs of readiness to start learning include: general interest in how the potty works, uncomfortable in dirty diapers, talks about or brings up the potty, has begun dressing himself, and/or has some regularity to their bathroom schedule.

3. Equipment 

Choosing the perfect potty for your child is another initial step to begin potty training. Whether you end up buying a full potty that sits on the floor, or a potty seat that goes on top of a toilet, make sure to involve your child in the process. Let them decide which they would feel more comfortable using. Also, if you choose the potty seat, make sure to provide them with a step stool so they have a place to rest their feet for more comfort.

4. Encouragement 

Encouraging your child along the way is necessary during the potty training process. Offer plenty of praise when they do something right, and be understanding if a mistake is made. Try to make them feel better about the process by offering a story of your own (whether you remember or not), describing the troubles you had as a child.

5. Make it a Habit 

Ritualizing the process of using a potty is important to getting your child into a good habit. You can try having your child sit on the potty every couple hours or so, at specific times of the day. Make time for this habit of sitting on the potty, and try to make it fun for him/her by reading a book or playing a game!

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

July 27, 2016

6 Baby Hazards in Your Home to Avoid

Baby Hazards in Your Home to AvoidAs parents, it’s tough to put yourself in the perspective of a very tiny human. Keeping safety in mind when a young child is roaming around your house is the most important aspect to making sure they are not harmed. Before your new baby arrives, be sure to rid the home, and especially nursery, of any potential hazards. Here are some tips to keep in mind during this process:

1. Cords/Wires 

Cords and wires are a huge hazard to keep in mind with a child. If they’re not handled ahead of time, your child could reach the cords for the window blinds. This is another huge risk of strangulation. For older babies, they could even climb their way up to the window and fall through the screen. The use of window guards, cordless window shades, and hiding any electrical wires are ideal for baby-proofing your home.

2. Crib 

Making sure you have the perfect crib is very important because this is where your child will be spending the majority of its time. The crib you choose should meet all current government safety standards. The slats should be a safe distance apart to avoid having your child stick their head between them. Also, the corner posts shouldn’t have any added decorative touches that could snag a child’s clothing.

3. Electrical Outlets 

Once the cords are hidden, electrical wall outlets should always have plug protectors covering them. You want to look for the covers that can shield the entirety of the wall unit because curious toddlers can pick out the individual socket protectors. Try to even hide the fact that an outlet exists at all to avoid any curiosity from your little one.

4. Accessories 

When it comes to a baby’s crib, the only necessary item should be a tight-fitting bed sheet. Many parents love buying a bunch of cute blankets and toys for their little one, but these all pose suffocation hazards for newborn babies. Toys are fine to use when you’re supervising and playing with your baby, but when it comes time for them to sleep, none of these added accessory items should be used in a crib.

5. Dishwasher 

The dishwasher is often overlooked, but it poses many safety hazards to a young child. If they’re old enough to open it up, there are sharp utensils, harmful detergent chemicals, and obvious heat danger if it’s turned on. Keep the dishwasher childproof however possible.

6. Purse/Bag 

When you get home from a long day, do you sometimes just toss your purse aside somewhere in the house? If so, this is another huge safety hazard for children. If your bag is within reach of the baby, just think about how many little choking hazards can be found inside. Not to mention medication, sharp objects, and any chemicals from beauty products.

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

July 22, 2016

9 Tips to Give a Proper Newborn Bath

how to give baby a bathAs a new parent, everything is daunting. You would think giving a bath would be pretty straightforward, but it can be tricky. Here are some helpful tips to ensure you give your baby a safe and proper bath.

1. Create a routine to support bedtime – Ideally you should use bath time (whether that means a full bath in the tub or a sponge bath) as lead-in to bed time. Baths are warm and relaxing, which is the perfect way to calm anyone down. Keep the lights dim and the room noise-free. If your baby finds baths exciting and likes playing, give them at another time of the day.

2. Don’t bathe your baby when they are upset – If you have to do something often (like give a bath, brush teeth, or clip fingernails), it’s best not to do it when your child is upset. Over time they may associate their negative feelings with the regular task. Each time you do it will be a fight. If your baby is upset, hungry, or overstimulated, solve the problem before you bathe.

3. Keep the room warm – Babies lose heat faster than you and I, so I recommend warming up the room to at least 75 degrees before you give the bath. In a bathroom, the easiest way to do this is to let the shower run as hot as it can for a few minutes. Once the mirror is steaming a bit, the room is warm.

4. Keep your supplies on hand – NEVER, EVER leave a baby unattended in the water. A child can drown in just a couple inches of water, even if the baby tub has a seat and harness. The most common reason parents leave their children in the tub is to get a baby bath product. Before you start the bath, gather everything you could possibly need so you don’t have to carry a soaking baby around.

5. Don’t force a bath – If your baby hates being in a tub, don’t force it. Resume giving sponge baths or using the baby tub or sink. There’s no rush to move up.

6. Have some help – Holding a newborn in the tub and washing can be tricky. I recommend having someone help you if you can. Make sure you always support the head.

7. Use only a little bit of mild soap – There’s no reason to drench your baby in soap. They never get that dirty anyway. Be especially cautious around the diaper area and face. Use a safe and healthy baby soap that’s designed for children, not someone out of your shower.

8. Wash gently – Gently wipe your baby’s face from the center outwards to draw water away. Make sure to clean around the mouth and chin where milk may spill. When you wash the body, be gentle around the umbilical cord stump. It’s fine to wipe any crustiness way, but don’t scrub anything that’s still attached.

9. Pat baby dry – Don’t rub the skin with a towel; this can cause irritation. Gently pat your baby dry. It’s alright if he/she stays wet for a bit inside a towel. Moist skin is good! However, you should ensure the diaper area is nice and dry before closing up a diaper.

What are your tips for bathing a newborn?

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

July 12, 2016

7 Tips for Bathing a Newborn

newborn bathing tipsWhen it comes to any task involving a newborn, parents can find themselves confused, worried, and stressed that they may be doing something wrong. One of these tasks certainly includes giving your baby a bath. Like most things, there’s nothing to worry about, but rather just a few specific steps to keep in mind. Here are some tips to bathing a newborn:

1. Sponge

Using a sponge will help to keep things gentle for your newborn. Babies don’t get very dirty at this stage, with the exception of their diaper area, and under their chins. Pay careful attention to those parts, and stick to simply using warm water for now.

2. Quantity

The number of baths you give to a newborn should certainly be less than you shower yourself. Only a few baths each week should be enough; more than this could be too drying on your baby’s soft skin. It will also help to develop a schedule for these baths when baby is well rested and not hungry!

3. Tear-Free

Babies don’t need a lot of soap for their tiny bodies, but when it’s necessary make sure you buy tear-free and very gentle products. The most trustworthy purchase would be to find all-natural, organic brands to make sure there are absolutely zero chemicals or harmful ingredients.

4. Shampoo Last

If you decide this bath that you will be using shampoo or soap for your little one, make sure to save it for very last. This will save your newborn from sitting in sudsy water for too long, which will dry them out. Plus, wet hair and head will make baby feel cold. 

5. Gear Up 

Before the bath even begins, make sure all your supplies are within arms-length of where you will be positioned. Also, open all caps and tops so your bottles are open and ready to be used. The last thing parents will want to do is take their attention away from their newborn. 

6. Helping Hand 

If you’re extra stressed or worried about the first few baths with your new baby, try to have a helper with you. Whether it’s your significant other or an older child, this will give you the reassurance that nothing will go wrong and you can focus on the bathing. 

7. Bath Mat 

Since you’ll likely only need an inch or two of water in the bath, you’ll be able to use a bath mat underneath your little one. This will help keep your baby from sliding or moving at all, which will save you time and hassle.

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.

July 07, 2016

3 Bath Time Tips for a Successful Evening

how to give a baby bathBath time can be tough for families. Sometimes there just isn’t the time, but you know they need bath. Other times the kids are in a poor mood and put up a fight. Plus, it’s a lot of work! Here are some ways to make bath time a success.

1. Make it part of your overall bedtime routine

A bedtime routine is super important for children. It subconsciously signals their brain that it will soon be time to sleep. This helps put them in the mode to fall asleep peacefully without much protesting.

Your bedtime routine can be as simple or elaborate as you like, but it should take at least a half hour so your child has time to mentally adjust.

Many parents use a lot of the same elements in their bedtime routine because they work the best. Start after dinner. It’s recommended that you turn off the TV and put away any gadgets or screens at this point. Those are highly stimulating devices that keep your child awake.

Insist on 10 to 15 minutes of quiet play that doesn’t require much movement. Blocks, puzzles, and stationary toys are great, just avoid roughhousing and lots of motion.

Then to the bath! A warm bath relaxes the muscles and makes a person feel sleepy. Encourage more quiet play. It’s not safe to jump around, so everyone should stay seated. Brush those teeth right after the bath before putting on pajamas.

Finally, cap your routine with more quiet play in bed or with storybooks. If you follow this routine every evening, eventually your kids will start to get tired after dinner before you even start the routine! You can add anything else you like to the routine, as long as you’re consistent with it.

2. Use bath products designed for kids

Children’s physiology is different from teens and adults. So it makes sense to use products that designed specifically for their growing bodies.

Most adult-oriented products use harmful chemicals, like preservatives, petrochemicals, and chemicals that imitate the function of hormones. I don’t recommend these for adults, but our bodies are tougher and less dependent on precise hormone levels for development, so we can tolerate them somewhat better.

Children, however, are far more sensitive. Their skin is more absorptive and their hormones need to stay in careful levels to ensure proper development.

We designed our lines of eco-friendly plant-based bath, skin and hair products for babies and kids (Bathtime Kids and Bathtime Baby) with careful formulations just for the sensitive skin of babies and kids. We use natural products, nourishing vitamins and antioxidants to care for your baby’s delicate skin.

3. Make it fun

I think this is one of the most important things you can do. It applies to any regular activity you’ll have to put your kids through. If you can find ways to make baths (or chores, or errands, or vegetables) fun, you’ll never have to fight your kids to do it.

Throughout the bath, always stay positive, even if your kids aren’t enjoying it. Play fun games with them. Rotate the toy assortment every few weeks in the tub to keep things exciting or include some fun tub activities. You can buy some simple, non-toxic bath markers for drawing on the tub and tile. Sing songs, play games, and do anything you can to make it a positive experience so there’s never a struggle.

How do you make bath time successful in your house?

eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babiesWritten by Leslie Presant, Owner of Bathtime Baby & Kids

Bathtime Kids & Bathtime Baby is a luxurious, eco-friendly baby safe bath time products for kids and babies that is gentle and formulated with all plant-based ingredients, skin nourishing vitamins, and antioxidants that protect and care for children’s delicate skin.

When the Bathtime Baby& Kids co-founder was expecting, she found natural/organic baby products completely greenwashed due to a corrupt industry that allows products to market themselves as natural but still contain ingredients with harsh chemicals and endocrine disruptors. She was motivated to create a better, safer skin care line of vegan bath products for kids. The result became a collection of natural and organic baby products that are paraben-free, propylene glycol-free, phthalate-free, petroleum-distilates-free and hypoallergenic.

Interested in writing a guest blog for Bathtime Bay & Kids? Send your topic idea to pr@bathtimekids.com.

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. Bathtime Baby & Kids makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, current-ness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis.