When I think of myself as a kid my mind goes back to the old days, the 70's and growing up then was just so different then now. Now a days there's so much going on daily. I see our children with that constant need for everything now, instant gratification. What I feel is the saddest part of growing up now is my children not getting the chance to explore and have a sense of freedom. As parents we are overly stressed and have so much anxiety from what we read and see going on in the world. We now drive and hover over our children's every move. We make it a point to take our children to structured enviroments to play or to socialize in activities that are "safe", taking away a lot of imaginative time and time for them to grow without us watching their every move. When was the last time you saw a 5 year old alone walking down the street or at a park with no one else? Well, back in my day this was completely normal. It's hard to believe how much has changed in that amount of time but this is now and we have to roll with the times.
Going back to when I was just a 5 year old little girl, I remember a really good friend of mine, her mom was telling my mom about a bad reaction her daughter had to a popular bubble bath of that era. She was red, irritated and itchy in areas that for a little girl is the worst. I remember myself getting a little red in my private areas after bathing in this same popular bubble bath, so this meant no bubbles for a long time. Bubble Baths have tons of chemicals and things to create and make long lasting bubbles, not to mention a long shelf life in the grocery stores. There are so many things that make them irritate young children sensitive skin.
Fast forward almost 40 years and it's still a topic amongst moms. I had a conversation about a year ago with a friend of mine who has two little girls and we were talking about the same problem. How could so much in the world change but Bubble Bath was almost the same. There are plenty of companies that claim they are natural and maybe they are or that they are safe and maybe they are safe for the environment but on children and sensitive areas we were still finding that our girls got red and irritated. Eventually this does change and kids grow out of their sensitivities but do we have to take bubble bath time away until then...well not anymore!
Nosh Body has finally created a child friendly bubble bath that is organic and vegan with no perfume, dyes, chemicals, preservatives! It is mostly plant based and biodegradable so it is earth friendly too. This has by far been my favorite project and took me a very long time to write the perfect recipe. I love how luscious the bubbles are. They are long lasting and my kids have ZERO reactions! They sit and play in the tub for 30 minutes sometimes or more. I had given test products to a few of my friends and they too had nothing but positive things with the Nosh Body Bubble Bath, including my friend with the two girls. I use it myself all the time and love pairing it with my favorite Nosh Body Gentle Body Wash that is infused with oatmeal and are made with the BEST therapeutic essential oils from one of the oldest and best around. I promise to never skimp on what I use. I use only the best I can get because I want the best to be out there for my family and for yours. It's not about how much I can put out for the least amount I put in, it's what can I put in that is the best period. I hand make it all in small batches to control the quality and everything is made with so much care.
I really hope you try the NEW Nosh Body Vegan Bain Bubble, I absolutely LOVE this and I'm 100% convinced you will too!
You can always contact me if you have questions about my products or would like to try Nosh Body. I make it by request so it is fresh and ready for use as soon as it gets to you.
Here's to the right kind of future for our children, we can't change everything but we can change adding chemicals to their skin and ours. Make a difference today!
Creator of Nosh Body
5/24/2023 09:39:22 pm
Helloo mate great blog post
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Mom of two young children in the OC, rewriting how we view skincare for ourselves and our children.