Bad for Germs, Good for You

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Bad for Germs, Good for You

With everything going on in the world right now, we know you have a lot on your mind - like how to keep you and your loved ones safe and how to manage any potential upheavals in the coming days. We're in it with you and will be here to provide you with as many resources and as much community support as possible. 

Below are simple steps to stay safe: 

1. Cleanse

Stay proactive and ensure you and your babe’s hands are always clean with our Baby Shampoo & Body Wash. This extra-gentle formula uses coconut-based cleansers that remove dirt and microbes naturally and effectively, without stripping sensitive skin's natural protective barrier.

2. Moisturize

Frequent washing of hands can lead to dry skin, so be sure to give your family’s skin some much needed relief and hydration with our Baby Moisturizing Lotion. Fortified with Vitamin C-rich Kakadu Plum, Calendula, and natural seed oils, you can count on our lotion to gently nourish skin while also providing long-lasting and hydrating protection.

3. Fortify

Lock in moisture and heal dry, chapped skin with our all-natural Multi-Purpose Healing Balm that is perfect for the entire family -- a 100% natural blend of 6 nutrient-dense botanical ingredients, including antioxidant-rich Grapeseed and Sunflower Seed Oils, that work together to not only restore dry skin, but also fortify and improve your skin’s natural protective barrier.

More on Staying Healthy

Hear it straight from the CDC: practice these prevention tactics to avoid exposure to the virus.

Mind over better: finding productivity and sanity, all in one, when you're working from home with your child.

On staying germ-free: ways to effectively clean your kids' toys, including everything from washing hard plastic items to ones with electronic components.

Plus, everything you need to know around the virus and pregnancy. The experts explain the latest thinking and answer common FAQs from expectant moms. 


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