Baby Bath Oil


*Please note: the picture is not of the proper product, but it’s the same idea, the oil in a 60ml bottle. Will update when I get a chance!

Baby’s sensitive skin shouldn’t be washed with soap very often – I use soap maybe once every two weeks, or if she’s particularly dirty/after the pool to wash off the chlorine. Oil actually cleans baby & moisturizes at the same time. It’s especially good to apply in the bath after soap has been used. I drop some right into the bath water every time, and smooth a tiny amount directly on baby’s skin wherever extra moisture is needed. This has given us a full Winter of soft, flake-free skin (in combination with the Sensitive Baby Balm & Baby Milk Bath).

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What Does “Saponified” Mean?

Saponification is the chemical reaction used in the soap making process. When the oils and fats are combined with lye (a strong alkali) they are called saponified. At the end of the process the lye is all gone, and you are left with just soap. To learn more about this, have a look at my blog post on the subject.


About “Filler” Oils

Cheaper oils are often used as a “filler” but I don’t use them because they don’t add much nutrient value to the soap.

I don’t use palm oil in any of my products, since its production is harmful to the environment, destroying critical habitat for many endangered species, as well as being linked with the eviction of forest-dwelling peoples. Find out more here.

I only use high quality oils and butters that are filled with beneficial nutrients for the skin. Learn more about this on my blog.