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My interest in nontoxic products started with my son. I have mentioned before how just fresh from the hospital, in the haze of no sleep an hour long nursing sessions something clicked in me, the products I used for personal care had toxins in them.

Almost immediately I threw everything out, and replaced them with more natural products but still store-bought. Don’t get me wrong, some of those are way better, but can be pricey. So it was only natural that I started to look into making most of my own products.

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What’s wrong with conventional baby products?

Here are a couple of examples of the ingredients found in conventional products:

  • Quaternium 10 and 15:They are a group of chemicals used as preservatives, and are formaldehyde releasers. Although little evidence has been collected, they are suspected carcinogens.
  • Parabens:A family of preservatives. Endocrine Disruptors.
  • PEGs:a Family of emulsifiers and cleansing agents. They open up the pores allowing toxins to enter the skin easily.

Now, let’s talk cost

This recipe uses 6 oz of Dr Bronner’s Baby-Mild Castille soap. I buy this 32 oz bottle at $13.03, which means the cost of 6 oz is $2.44, the rest of the ingredients come to pennies for the amount used as well. I don’t know you but natural, safe, and cheap sounds really good to me!

Homemade All Natural Baby Wash & Shampoo Recipe

This recipe combines the calming effects of chamomile and the gentleness of pure Castille soap, making it gentle enough for even newborns.

  • 6 oz Dr. Bronner’s Baby Mild liquid Castille soap (Get at
  • 1 tsp herbal infused oil. (Get at
  • 10 drops of pure chamomile essential oil (Get at
  • Using a clean container and a small funnel, add all ingredients. Shake gently before each use.
  • This recipe can be used as is, or you can dilute a squirt in a small amount of water in a small bowl with each use.
  • Shelf life: 6 months.


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