Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash

When you have two kids under two, you need to really, really trust the products you use on their tender little bodies, because you just don’t have time to shop around or make mistakes. That’s why when I was asked to take on a product testing assignment for a line of baby skin-care products with my little miracles, I was a little skeptical at first. But when I found out the products were part of the Burt’s Bees® Baby Bee line, any hesitation vanished. As a long-time Burt’s Bees® fan myself, I knew I could trust their products to deliver excellent results made from all-natural ingredients that I would feel safe putting on my children’s skin. And just as you would expect from Burt’s Bees, these gentle formulas are free of Parabens, Phthalates, Sodium Lauryl, Laureth Sulfate and are never tested on animals.

With a toddler and a newborn, bedtimes are an adventure at my house. But one routine we’ve found relaxing all around is the soothing bedtime bath ritual we began when our first daughter was a baby. Giving our little girls a bath before bed is a wonderful way to take on what can often be a very challenging transition time. It signals to our babies that it’s time to wind down, and it allows both Mom and Dad a chance to spend some special one-on-one time with each child.

We incorporated the Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash into our routine with both girls and found the lovely light honey scent to be very soothing and relaxing. We added a few drops of the Shampoo & Wash to warm bath water and used it to gently cleanse baby from head to toe. A few extra drops on our toddler’s head rubbed up into a lovely light lather which didn’t hurt her eyes when rinsed off. I was really impressed that this baby wash was gentle enough not to irritate my newborn’s sensitive skin, and it was effective enough to clean off all the grunge my nearly-two year-old’s hands. Created with nature’s safest ingredients, Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash cleaned both my babies’ skin and hair without irritation or tears, leaving a naturally clean, soft and very snuggable scent.

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Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash contains the following key natural ingredients:
Coconut and Sunflower Oils: A natural, safe and effective cleansing complex
Soy Protein and Sugar Ester: Soothe and soften skin and hair 
It is 96.08 percent natural and because we care about the world our babies will inherit, I love that the bottle is made from 80 percent post-consumer recycled material

Baby Bee Nourishing Lotion 

After bath, we always treat our girls to a relaxing massage, and with Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Nourishing Lotion, this was easily the best part. With real buttermilk, this lotion slides smoothly across baby’s skin, gently sealing in moisture (and it sure doesn’t hurt Mom’s hands, either!). Once again, I love that Burt’s Bees® features natural emollients like
buttermilk and beeswax to seal in moisture. This rich formula also includes nourishing
Burt’s Bees Baby Bee Nourishing Lotion contains the following key natural ingredients:
Buttermilk – This specialty milk is richer in fats and emollients than whole milk. For centuries, milk has been used as a natural, soothing skin cleanser and skin softener.
It is also 98.97 percent natural.

Burt’s Bees Baby Bee products are the perfect addition to our well-established bedtime bath routine. With all-natural ingredients and a commitment to consumers’ well-being, the good of the environment, and The Greater Good, that means sweet dreams for baby and Mommy.

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