Baby Bath & Body Night Night Oil | Tame Your Tiger With Lavender
The use of Lavender goes back thousands of years, with the first recorded uses by the Egyptians. Both the Greeks and the Romans had many uses for it. Some even claim that lavender was used to tame tigers and lions too. Perhaps ancient people intuitively knew what researchers are finding out about lavender. The German Commission E commended lavender for treating insomnia and anxiety. Many modern herbal practitioners frequently use lavender. In folklore, pillows were filled with lavender flowers to help restless people fall sleep. While there’s no specific evidence that lavender essential oils are directly responsible for improving sleep, there are studies indicating that lavender seems to relax and soothe babies, and lead to better, deeper, longer sleep.
- Pairs well with Night Night Baby Lavender Bed & Body Mist
- Hypoallergenic, made without gluten, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, or corn
- Farm to Skin Ingredients – GMO free organic safflower oil straight from a Montana farm
- Junk Free Ingredients – Mineral oil and Silicone Free. NO harsh chemicals ever! NO ingredients we can’t pronounce: phthalates, SLS, DEA, triclosan, synthetic fragrances, glycols, dyes, phosphates, 1,4-dioxane, formaldehyde, or parabans.
- Not tested on animals - just friends & family | No animal by-products
- Made in USA | Made in Montana | Vegan
- 4 oz. glass bottle
THE BEST BABY OIL TURNS OUT TO BE ULTRA- MOISTURIZING AND INCREDIBLY MULTIPURPOSE IN ITS USE. TAKE A LOOK AT ALL THE WAYS YOU CAN USE ONE PRODUCT.
Experts say that oil can lock in up to 10 times more moisture on wet skin than an ordinary lotion can on dry skin, leaving your baby's skin soft and smooth.
Click here to read our Blog. Daily infant massage is a great way to bond with baby. Of the five senses, touch is the one that’s most developed at birth, and there’s research to suggest that infant massage has enormous benefits for helping babies grow and thrive. Researchers are finding that massage may promote better sleeping, relieve colic, and perhaps even enhance an infant's immune system, motor skills, and intellectual development.
Experts say that cradle cap looks worse than it is. It shows up most often in the first few months of life and usually clears up on its own in about six to 12 months – although some children have it for longer. The cause is unknown. But experts do know that cradle cap is not caused by poor hygiene or allergies. Some experts believe that the hormones a baby receives from his mother at the end of pregnancy overstimulate the baby's oil-producing (seborrheic) glands, resulting in cradle cap. Irritation from a yeast that grows in the sebum (the substance produced by the glands) is also thought to be a possible culprit. But there's no consensus on the cause. Cradle cap isn't contagious. If it gets severe it might itch, but it probably bothers mom (and grandma) more than baby. Here are some things to try:
- Gently massage a few drops of Baby Oil on your baby's scalp and leave it on for about 15 minutes.
- Gently massage your baby's scalp with your fingers or a soft brush to loosen the scales.
- Gently comb out the flakes with a fine-tooth comb or brush them out with a soft brush.
- Use a warm (not hot) washcloth to remove remaining flakes.
- Repeat as necessary.
Ingredients: Carthamus tinctorius (*safflower) seed oil, ricinus communis (*castor) seed oil, vitis vinifera (grape seed) oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, and tocopherol (vitamin E). * organic ingredient
Essential in our nighttime routine!
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2017
This oil is an essential part of our nighttime routine with our twin boys. They love the lavender smell, it helps calms them down every night. It's the perfect oil for a short massage before bed, great to rub on their feet! Also, it has helped to calm them down in the middle of the night. Smells wonderful.