Organic Oils for Baby

Do you want to buy the very highest in quality when it comes essential oil products for your baby? If so then you might want to check out the high end oils at Erbavia. This is a site that is known for her its luscious concoctions. In fact, sometimes I am thinking that this stuff made out of high quality oils is too good to the kid. This line of oils smells so good that sometimes I have worn it as my perfume when I go out to a cocktail party.

Most of the oils made by this company are very practical. For instance they have a cradle cap oil that can be rubbed on your baby's scalp. It is a mild concoction of organic geranium, lemon eucalyptus and rosemary oil that smells very pleasant. It retails for about fifteen dollars per four-ounce bottle. It's purpose is to keep the soft spot on your baby's head as pliant and healthy as possible. Be careful when rubbing the oils on the baby's head though. You don't want to press to hard or massage them in too ardently of course. That is just not such a hot idea.

Another type of organic oil that is on this eco-friendly site is their brand of general baby massage oil. This is a relaxing blend of roman chamomile and mandarin oils as well as rosemary extract. It also retails for about fifteen dollars. Roman chamolile is very relaxing for both adults and children and I like to have it on while I am nursing my newborn. Roman chamomile is also very mild and it has qualities such as curing headaches and upset stomachs. The mandarin scent is supposed to be uplifting and joyous. All of the orange scents are a natural antidepressant, which is why so many people advise spraying it into children's nurseries.

One thing you should be careful of us is allergic reactions if you do decide to use aromatherapy or essential organic oils on your baby. Cease use immediately at the slightest sign of an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction to these types of oils could include symptoms such as troubled breathing, sneezing, coughing, and hives breaking out on your baby's skin or your baby's eyes watering. You should also only use oils that are diluted in plenty of oil as raw essences could burn baby's skin.

What I am saying is that you should leave the mixing of raw oils to the professionals. Raw essential oils can even be toxic to a baby. Respected companies like Erbavia make sure that the oils are generously diluted in just the right amount of carrier oils.

You should also use oil that are specifically mixed up for babies as the essential oils used in products for adults just tend to have a higher amount of the oil in it. This could burn baby's sensitive skin.