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Gaia Natural Baby Bath & Body Wash is extremely gentle and softening. Our aim is to keep skin clean and nicely moisturised without irritation, dryness and itchiness.
Soap and Sulphate free!
Available in 50ml, 250ml and 500ml bottles.
I really like all of the Gaia products - particularly as this one is soap and sulphate free - meaning it is better on little peoples skin!!
It is convenient to purchase as it's at the supermarket, and as well as this product, they have others to complement it such as the moisturiser.
Found it smelt nice - not too over powering, and gave a few bubbles which my daughter likes.
Have continued to purchase this and others from the Gaia range.
I really like the fact that this product is soap free!! My son has really dry skin and this body wash doesn't irritate his skin.
It smells lovely, it lathers up okay on a flannel or is good to put in the bath with my son.
Package had to be opened with scissors, would have been better if I could have just torn it open.
Found this satchet very hard to get into! No little tear guide so after trying with my teeth ended up using scissors!
The fragrance is lovely and great that it is organic and soap & sulphate free. It doesn't lather in the way other soaps and body washes do, however great to just add to the bath especially for children, but an adult might need to use with a shower puff.
Left my skin feeling clean and fresh.
This impressed me as it is Australian certified organic lavender and chamomile. The smell is wonderful. It lathers up ok, but could be better. It leaves your skin feeling smooth and supple.
The sachet was very hard to open, as there was no cut available that normally helps tear sachets open.
It is around $14.99 for a 250ml bottle.
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