Live Clean (Baby) is the simple, environmentally aware collection of products is specifically formulated with both mother’s concerns and baby’s sensitivities in mind.
Using only natural, non-irritating, supremely gentle plant based ingredients, Live Clean Baby performs efficiently and gently to keep baby looking, feeling – and smelling –their best.
I may not have a baby, but I am a parent. My son is 6 years old and he will always be my baby. When he was an infant, I remember rethinking my cleaning products and switched to environmentally friendly products. I also used safe products for his sensitive skin. I wanted the best for him.
My son has special needs, so I do supervise while he is in the bathtub and I still use a “baby wash/shampoo” in the bath.
The Moisturizing Baby Bath is so mild on my son’s skin. I use it to wash my son’s hair and body with no issues. It washes easily and leaves his skin feeling soft. I also like using the Moisturizing Baby Lotion after his bath. It leaves his skin soft and smooth. The lotion is non-greasy and fast absorbing.
Live Clean (Baby) products are eco-friendly from the inside out. Live Clean Baby is vegan with no animal ingredients used in the formulations. The collection is also cruelty-free; none of the products or their ingredients has been tested on animals. In its sensitivity to the environment, Live Clean is also free of phosphates, known contributors to water pollution.
Packaging has been carefully created to be as earth-friendly as possible. The Live Clean containers are recyclable; they are made from “virgin” materials, making them far easier to recycle than many plastics. Shipping cartons are made from recycled materials and even the inks used on shipping cartons are safe for the environment. Local vendors are used to the maximum which cuts down on gas consumption and emissions thus reducing their overall carbon footprint.
Live Clean (Baby) is available exclusively at Walgreens.
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