It’s no secret that I will only put the best of the best on my daughter’s skin and hair. However, while on my quest to discover the best…I’ve stumbled upon some products that were far from the best. Products that left my daughter’s skin and hair dry, diaper rashes, etc. Noodle & Boo is now my place to go when searching for fabulous skin care products for Isabella!
Noodle & Boo products are free from:
- Formaldehyde donors
For my review, I received Noodle & Boo’s Baby Lotion and Cradle Cap Ointment. The Super Soft Lotion is extra gentle for my baby’s sensitive skin. Her skin is pretty dry, and I’m always looking for lotions to try out to attempt to moisten it up. Luckily, results from using the Super Soft Lotion were superb! Her problem areas are her upper arms and thighs. I quickly noticed a difference in the texture of her skin. Her skin wasn’t as rough, and I believe after extended use of the Super Soft Lotion…that it’ll become really soft.
The Super Soft Baby Lotion is hypoallergenic and dermatologist-tested. It contains sweet almond oil and natural antioxidants. The cream is ultra-light and leaves skin amazingly soft and supple. This is great for giving infant massages, as it glides on a little one’s skin with ease. However, it does NOT leave a greasy residue like the majority of lotions. The Super Soft Lotion is mild enough for every day use on newborns and babies with sensitive skin.
This is THE best smelling lotion I’ve EVER put on Isabella’s skin!!
The Cradle Cap Ointment came at the PERFECT time. Isabella’s has cradle cap that refuses to go away. Well, it will go away for a little bit…then come back with a vengeance. I’ve tried a few different products in the past but stopped since her hair covers the cradle cap up. It’s not visible unless you forest your way through her brown locks. However, I still don’t like that she has cradle cap. I decided to try out the Ultimate Ointment in hopes that the cradle cap will disappear…for good.
Ultimate Ointment creates a moisture repellent barrier between skin and sources of irritation. The formula is enriched with vitamins that soothes inflamed skin with bisabolol and allantoin helping to prevent further aggravation and enhancing the natural healing process.
All you do is apply a thick layer of ointment on clean, dry scalp and cover with an all-cotton cap. Reapply twice daily for three days, but do not wash hair until the fourth day. After shampooing on the fourth day, gently comb out the dry skin.
Isabella’s cradle cap has improved significantly since using this product. Has it gone away permanently? Only time will tell. But I’m hopeful!
Disclaimer: I received the above product(s) from Noodle & Boo free of charge in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was received. However, all opinions are strictly my own.