**Full Disclosure: I received product for review purposes. No other compensation was exchanged. All opinions are my own.
Colin has horrible eczema so I really have to be careful when I purchase toiletries for him. The one that has worked so well was recently discontinued and now we are on the hunt for a replacement. When I was asked to review BabyHampton, I looked over the ingredients list and then said of course!
BabyHampton was created by Kristen Peterson after she struggled to find a chemical free, safe and effective sunscreen to protect her two young children. The BabyHampton line launched in 2012.
The BabyHampton line includes the beach*bum sunstick ($14.99), the beach*bum sunscreen ($19.99) and the birthday*suit shampoo & bodywash ($16.99).
I haven’t used the sunscreen and sunstick on Colin yet, but that will be the first thing I grab as soon as we spend more than 5 minutes at a time outside! Let me tell you what I like about the shampoo & bodywash, though:
What I Like:
- The Shampoo & Bodywash lathers up SO nicely! It’s thick without being too thick.
- The formula is chemical and fragrance-free. Even with ingredients like aloe, thyme, sage, chamomile and rosemary, there scent is barely detectable. (I have noticed that most fragrance-free products aren’t actually fragrance-free and that’s something that bothers me.)
- It is certified organic. I am not a ‘everything has to be organic person’ but when it comes to keeping Colin’s eczema under control, organic works best.
- I LOVE that BabyHampton is made in the USA!
BabyHampton are definitely organic baby products I’d keep in my home!
Does BabyHampton sounds like something you’d try on your kiddos?