Thursday, August 15, 2013

Review: Baby Magic No Rinse Wash

Hello Dear Readers:

I was sent a bottle of Baby Magic No Rinse Foam Wash to review, I was not compensated for this post. The opinions within are my own.

  The first time Ana went to visit and have a bath at Grandma's I noticed the sweet baby pink bottle of Baby Magic that my mom was using. I admit, I had never seen or used Baby Magic before then, and I was not aware of its long, safe history. A lot of products are labeled safe for babies, but I was extra super careful about the ingredients I used on her skin and hair (even though she wasn't especially overly sensitive) and  especially around her face and eyes. So I looked up the website to read a bit more about this No-Rinse Wash.

  Website: Baby Magic Website

 Once there I found out this info, which assured me that Ana would be ok if it dripped into her eyes (by accident) :

  • Original Baby Magic Scent (it is lovely and soft, like baby skin)

  • Perfect on the go solution – no water needed (this is so handy for keeping one in her diaper bag)

  • Dispenses as foam for easy, no mess application (super easy to use, and no mess)

  • Alcohol-Free (great!)

  • Paraben-Free (wonderful)

  • Tear-Free

  • Dye-Free

  • Phthalate-Free

  • pH balanced

  • Hypoallergenic

  • Available in 7 oz
annnnd Made in the USA (I really do try to buy only products made here since our standards are higher than most other foreign countries) 

Phew, everything sounds good so far. But what are the ingredients I wondered. I am always a little skeptical about Tear Free, I mean what is in there that does not promote tears? Does it sting and stun the eyes? Here is what I found:

  •  Water
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Polysorbate 20
  • Tocopheryl Acetate
  • Retinyl Palmitate
  • PEG-32
  • PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil
  • PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate
  • Polysorbate 80
  • Fragrance
  • Phenoxyethanol
  • Chlorphenesin

I admit, I do not know what  a lot of those ingredients are. But, I love that the company is forthcoming and lists them directly so you can look them up and make a decision. And I did. I decided that this product is safe for Ana and effective. And, I love the ease of use and scent. And, that there is no water required so I could keep another bottle on hand for accidents or in the bag or car. The pump is sooo easy to use, and does not drip. You can just pump a little or a lot out into your hand.

So, we tried out our bottle:


 And the consensus is:

  Baby Magic is fun to use. The bottle is pretty and colorful and the foam is fun to wash Ana with. We use a natural sponge or my hand and I lather her up!  The company has been around since 1951 in the USA making great, safe products for babies, and once I perused the site I made a list of the other products I would love to try. We love bubbles so bubble bath, baby wash, all of those products made the list. The short is that Ana loves her baths and Baby Magic helps make it fun, in a safe and effective way. Her skin is clean and smells wonderfully when her bath is over!

Right now Baby Magic has a lot of fun things going on on their website and social media networks, including posting fan photos (I just might send one in, Ana looks sooo cute in the bath)! Check out the links here:

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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