Happy Mama Body Wash
What is it?
Perfect for pregnancy, but the whole family will love how it adds zip to a do-dah day! Exhilarating fresh Ginger, zangy organic Lime and organic pink Grapefruit essential oils give spirits a lift. Ginger can help ease the queasies too. Happy Mama Body Wash is safe, natural castile soap formulated especially for pregnancy and ideal for noses that are sensitive from morning sickness. A queasy-busting companion to Morning Wellness Spray, Happy Mama Body Wash is the perfect lather for pregnancy, baby, or anyone who could use a little bottled happiness! Made with soothing organic Calendula, and no toxins ever, just gentle detergent-free, natural castile soap for shower, baby bath time, hand washing and head-to-toe family clean.
Safe and effective for baby, pregnancy and EVERY body! Made without synthetic fragrance, Triclosan, phthalates, parabens or harsh sulfates.*
- NSF/ANSI 305 Certified by Oregon Tilth
- Freshly uplifting for the whole family
- Economical, each 5.3 oz bottle contains over 300 pumps!
- Save a bundle, get 20% off when you buy the Bundle (includes Liter, 5.3 oz and 1.67 oz Travel Size)!
- All of Earth Mama's castile Body Washes can be used to make DIY homemade baby wipes!
- Make your own safe, non-toxic Household Scrubby Cleanser!
Mama wants you to know! Natural castile soap is NOT a "no-tear" formula, please use with the self-foaming bottle so the wash stays just where you want it, and use extra care around your angel baby's eyes.
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What is in it?
Contains Organic Potassium cocoate, contains Organic Potassium olivate, Aloe barbadensis (organic aloe) leaf juice, Kosher Vegetable glycerin, Butyrospermun parkii (organic shea) butter, Potassium citrate, Zingiber officinale (ginger) oil, Citrus paradisi (organic grapefruit) peel oil, Citrus aurantifolia (organic lime) peel oil, Vanilla planifolia (organic vanilla) fruit extract, Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) flower extract