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We believe that nature provides all of the simple nourishing ingredients we need for our natural organic baby care products.

Baby skin is not mature at birth, continues to develop over the first year of life and they have a lot of skin for their small bodies. Compared to an adult, the cells are smaller, the skin is much thinner and more prone to dryness.

A baby’s delicate skin is also more permeable (allows stuff to pass through) than adult skin which makes them more vulnerable to any substance applied to the skin.



A baby’s skin, so thin and delicate, is no place for harmful synthetic chemicals. Sadly, even some of the most trusted baby brands add nasty chemicals to their products. So keep it natural from their first day with our gentle baby collection, meticulously formulated for even the most sensitive skin. Nothing artificial, nothing synthetic, just wholesome natural ingredients you can trust.

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