Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Johnson's Naturals Baby Line

Between bringing reusable bags to the grocery store and purchasing items with fewer, simpler ingredients, as Moms, we find ourselves looking for ways to be a little bit greener in our everyday lives. Now, Johnson's Brand, a trusted brand many of us grew up on, has made it even easier to incorporate natural products into our children's daily routine.

Johnson's new Natural product line provides a unique combination of 98% naturally derived ingredients, designed to cleanse, hydrate and nourish our baby's skin. With the first-ever naturally derived No More Tears Formula – plus with no parabens, dyes, or essential oils - Johnson's Natural foaming baby wash, shampoo and lotion prove gentle enough for newborns and "big kids" alike. And, with the 60% post-consumer recycled packaging, the products not only naturally work to nurture your child's skin, but also help protect the environment.

I was sent the
Johnson’s Natural Baby Lotion
Johnson’s Natural HEAD-TO-TOE Foaming Baby Wash
Johnson’s Natural Baby Shampoo

My Thoughts

As we all know baby skin is very sensitive and as a mom I think going Natural is super important. I wouldn't want my child to have any unnatural chemical or ingredient on his/her skin. I wouldn't want to encourage allergies or have to deal with rashes caused by unnatural ingredients.

I love the Shampoo. I was able to use it on my friends son and his skin was left feeling very soft and the product gave no odor at all. He just looked clean and his hair and skin felt so soft.

I would recommend Johnson's Naturals line to parents and expectant mothers.

Visit Johnson's Website Here to learn more about their new naturals line, receive coupons and view a series of videos that offer tips on how to affordably incorporate natural living into everyday family life.

“I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Johnson’s Natural and received a product sample to facilitate my review, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.”

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