Product Hacks

Behind the Scenes

Products that Pull Double Duty

As moms, we're busy,  so we're sharing some of our team's favorite product hacks for you to make the most out of your Evereden products. (Don't worry, we won't tell your baby you're borrowing them!)

Nourishing Baby Face Cream

Loved by our EverMoms, this deeply hydrating and superfood oil-packed cream works as a great hydrating primer or as a fuss-free cream for sensitive adult skin.

Golden Belly Serum

Perfect as the last step in your facial skincare routine, our Golden Belly Serum was inspired by women's luxury facial serums and rivals some of the top face oils out there. 

Massage a few drops into your face in the evening to wake up with a healthy glow. 

Baby Lip Balm

This is your concealer's new BFF! Thanks to a blend of botanical oils, our Baby Lip Balm doubles as a hydrating primer.

Try it under eyes before concealer and say bye to creases!

Soothing Baby Massage Oil

Love a good DIY? We love to mix our Soothing Baby Massage Oil with brown sugar for a luxurious body scrub that will leave you with oh-so-smooth skin.

Pro Tip: Try this with our Cotton Dew scent for a fresh, clean, always 100% natural fragrance. 


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