I wasn’t too familiar with Baby Magic products until I delivered my little girl. When were were in the hospital, the nursery used Baby Magic to clean up the newborns and even sent me home with a little sample. Before that, I had seen Baby Magic on the shelves, but didn’t have a reason to pay any mind to it.
Baby Magic is one of those baby companies that seems to have been around forever! I am always hesitant about the products that I put on my baby because of all the information out there about parabens, but I was read that Baby Magic products are all paraben free. Just recently, Baby Magic has come out with some new and exciting products for babies, including those who have extremely delicate skin or eczema.
The Baby Magic Eczema Balm will be available in just a few weeks at Babies R Us. This cream provides over the counter treatment of your baby’s eczema in a convenient tube that is mess free and portable. With aloe, oatmeal, organic Shea butter and vitamins, your little one can have some relief of their itchy skin! This is great for adults too! I have eczema on my feet and I found this balm to be very soothing.
I really don’t think that smaller babies really need a bath everyday, but my little one had so much hair, it would get quite stinky if she didn’t get frequent baths. In the colder months, I didn’t like subjecting her to changing temperatures between bath time and then getting dressed. I wish I had Baby Magic No-Rinse Wash. This would have come in handy since it is a great way to keep baby clean without having to use water. It is perfect for those “in-between” days or for on the go!
As your baby gets older, they will enjoy bath time with some fun bubbles to play with! Bath time is not bath time for my toddler if she doesn’t have a bubble bath, so we have been using Kids Magic Bubble Bath. I personally like the Calming Lavender to soothe her right before bedtime. She doesn’t really care about the scent – as long as her bubbles are in the tub when she gets there, she has a great time playing!
When my toddler has a stubborn rash that doesn’t seem to respond to anything, I reach for the powder. I know, I know – powder is a no-no in this generation. Our pediatrician actually recommended some plain old cooking cornstarch to heal diaper rash, but this really isn’t an option when we are on the go. I typically have some Baby Magic Patty Cake Dustless Baby Powder in the diaper bag which has come in handy many times – it is a mess free powder which looks like a makeup compact. Just recently we had the opportunity to try out the Medicated Patty Cake-for diaper rash and I like this too. It goes on the skin creamy but quickly dries and soothes diaper rash when you are home, or on the go.
All these products will be making their appearance in your local baby store soon, so be sure to look for them! You can even find coupons and stay updated on Baby Magic‘s latest products by visiting them on Facebook, and checking out their site!
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