Nature’s Baby Organics Review and Giveaway {CLOSED}

I love organic products especially baby products.  I have used countless baby products and after three kids, we have never had a problem with them – except with our daughter when she was a baby.  She had a skin irritation problem which she ended up growing out of.  Even though we have never had a problem with regular baby products, I still like to use organic products with my kids.  There are so many different ingredients in them and some of them aren’t even needed.  Just because my kids rarely had or have any kind of problems using these products, there is still all the ingredients found in them that could possibly be harmful and I really don’t like ingredients that I can’t pronounce.  My way of thinking is that if I can’t pronounce it, it shouldn’t be there.
I was given a great opportunity to work with Nature’s Baby Organics on a review and was really excited about it.  I was sent a bottle of their Organic Baby Oil and a jar of their Ah-Choo! Chest Rub for our use and review.  They have a lot of different baby products that are not only for babies – they are great for anyone to use!

Before I start talking about the wonderful products I was sent to review, I wanted to share a little about Nature’s Baby Organics.  The founder of Nature’s Baby Organics name is Adena.  She is also a mom and both her daughters had allergies to chemicals and dyes along with eczema.  She spent time researching the ingredients found in everyday products to try to find something better for her first daughter.  She had even tried using organic products that were out in the market at the time but she thought they had more of a perfume smell or a medicine smell to them.  As any mom, Adena wanted her baby to smell like a baby so she went to work on developing and testing and during that time, she had her second daughter with severe eczema.  Continuing her work, Nature’s Baby was born.
All of Nature’s Baby Organic products have a USDA Organic seal on them.  They are made with natural ingredients with 70-95% certified organic ingredients.  They even have their own certified Aloe farm.  Nature’s Baby Organics is a family owned company and all their products are tested by them and their testing group that consists of over 50 moms and dad’s and their kids.  Nature’s Baby will not put any of their products on the market unless they get at least a 96% approval from their testers.
I love Nature’s Baby Organics Baby Oil.  I use it after our little guy takes his bath.  It makes his skin and hair so soft.  It has also helped a lot with his cradle cap he has on his scalp.  He used to have it really bad but after some time, it started to deminish but he still had some.  Other baby oils only slightly helped to loosen it up and that’s why it took so long.  Nature’s Baby Organics Baby Oil loosened the rest of it up really well.  Unlike some other natural products, this baby oil smells pretty good.  I like the way it smells and I have used it myself after taking a shower.  The best of all is that it is made from all natural ingredients!
Organic Sunflower Oil, Olive Oil and Jojoba Oil

“Would you put petroleum on your baby’s skin? Of course not. But most baby oils are made with mineral oil, a petroleum by-product. Instead, try our nourishing Organic Baby Oil, a light moisturizing oil that absorbs quickly leaving skin silky to the touch, not greasy. This 95% certified organic oil is made with skin-soothing organic moisturizers- Organic Olive Oil, Jojoba Oil , Tamanu Oil & Sunflower Oil to feed and protect skin of all ages. After bathing, lightly work Organic Baby Oil into moist skin to lock in moisture and soften skin.”
 

100% Vegan. Paraben, Nut, & Gluten Free. Hypo-Allergenic
 
Nature’s Baby Organics Ah-Choo! Chest Rub works great!  I have never used it on our little guy just for the fact that I haven’t needed to.  However, I have used it with our 4 year old son.  Last week his allergies were acting up and he had a runny nose and was stuffed up at the same time.  He was pretty miserable so I figured it was a good time to try our Ah-Choo! Chest Rub.  It’s like a gel that you massage into the chest.  It does have organic eucalyptus menthol so it does have a menthol smell to it.  It isn’t near as strong as those other chest rubs are.  If you can get past the menthol smell, I think it smells okay.  It did wonders for my son.  It helped clear up the mucous and congestion and he was able to breathe at night.  I have never had a problem with any clothing being stained at all.  Again, all natural ingredients which makes me feel a lot better when it comes to these kinds of products!
 
Organic Olive Oil, Eucalyptus & Tea Tree

“When the sniffles and congestion hit your household, take a deep breath! Help your whole family, from baby on up, relax and recover with this creamy, organic spreadable gel. The organic eucalyptus menthol helps loosen chest and sinus congestion, allowing your body to rest better and bring in the oxygen it needs to heal. Meanwhile, unwanted microbes take a ride out on the runnier mucous. Specially formulated by an expert to assure safety for infants, this rub is 95% USDA certified organic. Massage gently onto the chest, and cover with a soft cloth at first to prevent transfer onto sleepwear. Does not stain cotton clothing.”
 

100% Vegetarian. Paraben, Propylene Glycol and Gluten-Free.
 
I absolutely love the products we were sent and I could only bet that all their products are just as good!

The product was sent to me for free by the company for my use and review. I was not paid to write my review and my opinions are 100% my own. 

 
Buy It:  You can buy these products and other Nature’s Baby Organics products by visiting naturesbaby.com.  I think the prices are pretty great for being all natural organic products.
 
Win It!  Nature’s Baby Organics is offering my readers a chance to try one of their products for themselves!  One of my lucky readers will win one of Nature’s Baby Organics products of their choice excluding gift bags.
 
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Giveaway is open to US only (excluding Hawaii and Alaska).  Winner must have a valid mailing address as Nature’s Baby Organics does not ship to P.O. Boxes. Giveaway will end May 27 @ 11:59 PM (EST). Winner will be chosen using random.org. Winner will have 48 hours to respond after I contact via email. If winner does not respond, a new winner will be chosen. Good Luck!

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