All three of my children have inherited my husband’s sensitive skin. They also have allergies and breakout in weird bumps and rashes easily, so I’ve been buying mild and non-irritating bath products since my oldest was born almost 6 years ago.
SebaMed has been leading the way in mild soap-free cleansing and skin care products since the 1960’s. By matching the natural acidity of skin at a pH of 5.5, SebaMed products help heal damaged skin and maintain healthy skin by keeping its protective barrier in tact. Disruptions to this barrier lead to dry skin that is susceptible to allergens, infection, and irritation.
Pamper Your Baby with the SebaMed Baby Gift Package
The Complete SebaMed Baby Gift Package that I received for review includes:
- SebaMed Extra Soft Baby Wash
- SebaMed Baby Bubble Bath
- SebaMed Children’s Shampoo
- SebaMed Baby Cleansing Bar
- SebaMed Baby Cream
Each Baby SebaMed product is made free of soap, parabens, formaldehyde, nitrosamines, dioxin, and color additives. With a pH value of 5.5, these products match the pH level of healthy skin therefore maintaining the moisture balance and protecting a baby’s skin from harmful environmental influences.
Along with the list of ingredients that SebaMed leaves out of their baby products, there are several other things I really like about these products. The baby wash, bubble bath, shampoo, and cleansing bar are all tear-free. That is just as important as any other factor, because soap in the eye can put an ugly end to bath time in seconds flat. This applies to my 3 and 5 year old just as much as it applies to my (almost) 1 year old. Right now we want them to be enjoy bath time and be comfortable in the water, not fear it!
The SebaMed Baby Cream is thicker than other baby lotions I’ve used in the past. It reminds me more of the intensive creams we’ve used on chapped cheeks and hands in the winter because of its consistency and ability to heal severely dry skin. This is a good product to have on hand through the changing seasons.
The children’s shampoo is one of my favorites. It’s hard to find children’s shampoo gentle enough for a baby without it being a baby wash and shampoo duo. I don’t find that these do much for a child’s hair. My youngest has a lot of hair, and has had quite a bit of cradle cap since he was tiny. This shampoo has eliminated a lot of the dryness on his scalp, and leaves him with the shiniest and silkiest mop of red hair.
All of the SebaMed Baby products have a light scent to them that I like, but for sensitive little noses it would be nice to see an unscented version as well. What’s nice about the scent is that it doesn’t smell so much like a baby product that moms couldn’t enjoy these bath products as well.
The Complete SebaMed Baby Gift Package can be purchased if you head over to sebamedusa.com, or you can use their store locator tool to find retailers in your area. Check out SebaMed on Facebook and Twitter to keep up with news.
Does your baby have sensitive skin? What products do you currently use? What do you love about SebaMed?