If you are worried about he Pththalate that is in plastic bottles then you do not have to fear it from Little Forest Products. This is a company that has created a line of botanical based products including shampoo, a daily botanicals lotion and therapeutic shampoo for babies with sensitive skin that is prone to eczema. All of the products are made from pleasant smelling botanicals that are 100% organic.
I find that using organic products is best for my baby simply because you never know what has been sprayed on an herb that has not been grown organically. The last thing I want to do is rub pesticide on my baby's skin accidentally. The notion that I could be accidentally doing this absolutely sickens me, yet I guess that is the darkness that we work in every time we buy a bottle of something that is not labeled organic or phthalate free.
The idea that this company has put together products that combat the condition of eczema will be of some note to some moms who have little ones with a chronic case of inflammation. Eczema can turn up in all kinds of nasty places on a baby including on the arms, legs and of course on the baby's rear. We know this as diaper rash.
The most exciting thing that this company has done lately is developing a line of products for the great outdoors. A Baby Sunscreen with an SPF of 30 is available and it is free of artificial colors and fragrances and is also water resistant. An SPF of 30 is harder to get baby, especially organic ones.
The company also makes a mineral resistant formula that can be put on the face, lips and nose of the is a stronger physical block and can help protect your baby's sensitive new skin from the harsh rays of the sun. Your baby can be painted all up like a circus clown with this stuff.
The line of outdoor products is topped of with a Bug Block that is DEET free and a Soothing Cooler gel that helps provide relief to sunburned baby skin. These products are very expensive, at over fifteen dollars per four ounces or so from this company but worth it because they are so high quality.
Of course the big thing is that this line of products for babies does not come in bottles that are tainted with the cancer causing phthalate in the plastic. This can't be said of all companies who make organic products for babies. I have always wondered what the point is of packaging all of this organic stuff in bottles only to organic too is because the companies that tend to make them, like Little Forest, tend to just be more conscientious about their packaging in general.