We know that a baby's skin is extra-sensitive and requires the most gentle of products. That's why Only Good Baby Care doesn't contain any soaps or sulfates and is enriched with Coconut Water, ensuring that even the most delicate skin stays moisturised and hydrated.
If you’ve recently welcomed a new addition to the family, you can rest assured that Only Good has your little one taken care of, with a range of products specifically formulated for babies. Like all Only Good products, they’re 100% Natural, cruelty free and always Palm Oil free.
With 4 products in our Baby Care range, here’s a little more about each of them:
Only Good Baby Body Wash will gently cleanse and refresh your baby right down to their toes. This natural, soap free baby body wash nourishes and soothes with Organic Coconut Water, Honeysuckle and calming Chamomile. It’s also soap and sulphate free.
For the top, with the goodness and natural hydration power of Organic Coconut Water, Calendula and Chamomile, Only Good Baby Shampoo will gently cleanse your baby’s hair, leaving it feeling soft, shiny and moisturised.
Once bath time is out of the way, Only Good Baby Moisturising Milk and Baby Body Balm are great for rehydrating your baby’s skin, as well as tending to dry or rough skin or nappy rash. Coconut Oil and Shea Butter have been added to Only Good Baby Balm and Baby Moisturising Milk to help with skin repair and rehydration. Coconut oil is renowned for its incredible moisturising and hydrating properties, while Shea Butter is a great moisturiser with fantastic skin healing properties.
If you’re new to the parenting world and aren’t totally sure of how to properly bathe your little one, organisations such as Plunket are a great source of advice.
Only Good doesn’t just make Baby Care products, we’ve got parents taken care of as well with a range of Hand Wash, Body Wash, Natural Deodorant and Body Bars.
Disclaimer: information published in this article does not and should not replace that provided by a qualified medical doctor or paediatrician. If you are unsure about using a product, you should seek medical advice before using.