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I am still gradually working my way through the stock pile of baby toiletries that I was given when Jayden was born, one bottle I recently started using was Nature Babycare Eco Wash. The only Nature Babycare product I have tried before is the nappies and I was not overly impressed with these, however I was hoping that the body wash would be a lot more successful.
The Nature Babycare Eco Wash comes in a white plastic bottle with a pump on the top similar to a hand wash bottle, there is a label going around the centre of the bottle which has the name Nature Babycare at the top in a dark green strip and the words Eco Wash just beneath, there is also further information about the product written in the centre of the bottle, this is all repeated in a second language, there are two picture on the label of the bottle one of two children playing and the other of a hand holding a flower head. There is a small amount of information on the back of the bottle including facts about the wash and the ingredients, direction of use and warnings, this is quite small to read and is also repeated in a second language.
The Eco Wash
Nature Babycare Eco Wash is described as a mild body wash designed for your baby's well-being, it is both perfume and paraben free and contains biodegradable ingredients, this is a natural body wash which is ideal for sensitive skin. The Eco Wash is a clear gel which has a yellowy tint to it, it is quite thick compared to other body washes I have used on Jayden however it is not so thick that you cannot pump it out of the top of the bottle.
Obviously this has no fragrance to it at all, personally I do quite like the body washes I use on him to have a light fragrance to them so that you just smell it after his bath as he is not sensitive to perfumed products and seems to be able to use pretty much anything at the moment, however this product was part of a present and the lack of fragrance would not stop me from using it providing it did what it was supposed to and keep him clean. This body was is also designed to keep you baby's skin smooth and soft, I was hopeful that this would be the case as for a few weeks after Jayden was born he did suffer a bit with dry skin on his forehead which has now cleared up but I was glad that this product would not cause it to reoccur.
Directions for Use
Using the Nature Babycare Eco Wash is simple and just like any other body wash I have used on Jayden you just apply a small amount of the wash to your baby's skin either with your hand or a baby sponge and lather it up, you then rinse the skin thoroughly.
I was surprised to see that there were no proper warnings on the back of the bottle other than it states that you should not use too much of the wash only what you need to.
Price and Availability
As I have mentioned I did not purchase our bottle of Natures Babycare Eco Wash so I am not aware of where it came from and the only place I have seen this product sold so far is online from places such as Amazon and Beaming Baby, the 250ml bottle which is what we have costs between £2.50 and £3.50 obviously depending on where you purchase it from. Whilst this isn't the cheapest baby body wash you can purchase it is quite good value for money as the body wash does appear to be long lasting, you only need a small amount of the wash at a time meaning the 250ml bottle will last quite some time.
I have been using the Nature Babycare Eco Wash for a while now and so far I have been pleased with it, the body wash lathers up well and has kept Jayden's skin smooth and soft, you only need a small amount of the body wash to create a decent lather to wash you baby all over.
I like this body wash as I know it contains nothing that can harm Jayden and it is unlikely to cause irritation to his skin. The body wash is reasonably priced and is good value for money as it has proved to be long lasting. For me the only thing with this product is the lack of fragrance, this is good for baby's who suffer with sensitive skin but I do quite like a light delicate fragrance to the body washes I use on Jayden especially as he does not appear to be allergic to anything at the moment, however this would not stop me from using this product. I would certainly recommend the Nature Babycare Eco Wash especially if your baby suffer with sensitive skin.