We have been using Shea Moisture products for over 2 years now for my older girl’s hair products. After my 3rd little girl was born we began to use the Shea Moisture Butter Baby products, I fell in love. We currently are using:
- Baby Head-to-Toe Wash and Shampoo
- Healing Lotion
- Eczema Therapy
- Head-to-Toe Ointment (we use during the Winter)
Our bath routine includes the wash and shampoo and either the healing lotion or eczema therapy. The wash smells great and lathers up and rinse off well. There is no after rinse residue or slick film left in her tub after her bath. The healing lotion is very light and soft. It easily goes on and spreads well, even my little one helps with lotioning her legs. We usually do not use both lotion and eczema therapy together because the eczema therapy is thick, melts in your palms and moisturizes well. Once you rub it on it does appear as if you have oil on your skin but doesn’t feel greasy at all. Our girls tend to get dry and my oldest actually has eczema and I always reach for the Eczema Therapy when I notice flare ups. I’ve also used it on my elbows, and feet. We have used the Head-to-Toe Ointment and like that it’s easy to carry in a diaper bag. It’s very similar to the Eczema Therapy but I think a little thicker. We use it during the winter to get some extra moisturizing during our usually drier skin months.
The price of most of their items is usually $9.99, which is pricey. However, stores that carry their products often have buy one get one 1/2 off. That’s when I usually will stock up. At that price and even at the regular price Shea Moisture is worth it. Overall JS would absolutely would recommend Shea Moisture’s Butter Baby line.
What’s in it:
What I love most about Shea Moisture is that they use real ingredients and many of their products use organic ingredients. They keep out all the junk your baby’s largest organ does not need. Such as, no parabans, phthalates, paraffin, formaldehyde and add good ingredients such as Africa Black Soap, Agave nectar, Aloe Leaf Juice, Apple Cider Vinegar etc. Shea Moisture also is very conscious about where it gets its ingredients and community affairs. What’s not to like about this company.
I absolutely would and have recommended Shea Moisture’s Butter Baby to anyone who is conscious about what’s goes on their baby’s skin. This is a good company providing excellent quality products. I’ve enjoyed watching their success over the past couple of years. Part of living the way God intends is to start reducing unnecessary chemicals in our bodies. The largest organ in our body is our skin, so it is essential that we are very selective about what we layer on. If you’re not into If you try it, let me know what do you think.
- Note: Shea Moisture did not provide any compensation or products. I’ve used these products and enjoy them.