Episencial has come out with a luxurious, all natural, immune boosting skin care system for babies and kids, free from all synthetic chemicals and made from all natural ingredients (many of which are organic). Beautifully packaged in recycled and sustainable materials which are both phthalate and BPA free, they feature the fantastic and familiar artwork from The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. They are even manufactured using solar power!
After looking high and low for a diaper cream which can be used with cloth diapers, I was excited to read that Episencial’s nurturing balm does not clog fabric or washing machines! This one-of-a-kind product was one of my personal favorites along with the Sweet Dreams Bubble Bath which is softly scented with calming essential oils – perfect for winding down your baby or toddler . These are the most gentle and mild products I have ever used on my children’s skin. The scent is very pleasant and light (some are unscented).
This line also includes a Playful Foaming Wash, Soothing Cream, Better Body Butter, Protective Face Balm and Sunny Sunscreen SPF 35.
Epinsencial has a devoted following among childbirth professionals and Hollywood’s new moms. Actress Laura Dern, mother of two and Healthy Child Healthy World advisory board member was quoted saying, “I’ve always been concerned about the environment. But that concern grew far more urgent when I became a parent – the environment of today and tomorrow has such a direct impact on my child’s quality of life and health. I am so grateful to companies like Episencial that go the extra step by creating all natural products with green manufacturing. I know these chemical free products are better for my baby and the planet”.
CBS Discount: Episencial is offering our readers a 20% discount on all product until November 30th! Click on here to receive this special deal. As a complete set, this skin care system would be a fabulous gift! You can also use coupon code EPISENCIAL at sproutbaby.com or drugstore.com to receive 20% off. Offers Expire 11/30/2009