Do you use organic products on your little ones? If you do, you realize how incredibly delicate your baby or child’s skin is and that it needs the very best care you can provide for them. Using organic products is not only the best way to keep their precious skin soft and nourished, but it also makes a significant difference to your child’s overall health.

I’m sure you’re wondering use organic on your child when you don’t even use it on yourself and your skins seem healthy, nourished and moisturized. And here is why you should be using organic for your child and maybe after this article I will make you change your skincare preferences.

It’s very easy to assume that your skin and your babies are exactly the same, but that’s just not true. Did you know that your babies skin absorbs and loses moisture much easier and faster than adult skin? This is because babies and younger children’s skin is 20% to 30% thinner than adult skin. Making it more fragile and less supple and strong than your skin. Your child has not built up the barriers that your skin has, this means that everything we put on our children’s skin is absorbed much more quickly into their bloodstream. This includes all those over the counter products that claim to be the safest on your babies skin. That is filled with harmful chemicals.

Dr. Spezia talks about the inner metabolism of a child and how the chemicals in some products are known as endocrine disruptors, meaning that they act very similar to hormones that your body naturally makes itself and interferes with the exact balance your baby’s metabolism needs to remain healthy.

Organic and Mom

It’s not just all about your baby when it comes to organic products, it’s also beneficial for you as a mother to know what you’re putting into your body that is being directly transferred to your babies body as well. Especially when your pregnant and breastfeeding if that is something you decide you want to do for your baby. Your baby absorbs everything you put on or into your body, so if you are using harmful chemicals on your skin your baby is receiving them as well. This doesn’t stop after your delivery either.

If you are a woman who plans to breastfeed or you are you either know or need to know the incredible benefits of breastfeeding but also the dangers that come along with it.

You have to be careful about what you are putting on your skin and into your body. Everything is transferred into the baby’s body by breast milk. All women know with breastfeeding it can lead to sore and cracked nipples. We have the perfect product that is completely organic that can be used on you and your little one. It’s called Nyp & Baby Balm. It has a high concentration of marigold extract. It is used as an antiseptic and helps protect your cells and encourage growth. Not only is it good for sore cracked nipples it can be used as a diaper rash cream, unlike the normal petroleum jelly you use which clogs pores and not allowing a healthy oxygen/ carbon dioxide exchange.

The benefits of everyone in your family using organic products is exponential. Organic products unlike over the counter store products have fewer pesticides and chemicals (all those things bad for your body) Using organic will help your overall health inside and out.

Organic skin care products use natural plant-based formulas that are rich in vital skin nutrients and antioxidants you can help nourish your skin and repair itself instead of using over the counter products that over dry and strip the skin’s natural balance with chemicals and synthetics.

This amazing post today is from our friend Veronica Bolton at

Veronica Bolton

Veronica Bolton

Marketer + Virtual Assistant

Hello, I am the creator of BossPrincess101. Being an influencer to mom and their babies has been so special to me. I love reviewing products and writing articles for different companies that I think would also benefit you! I am a stay at home working mom to a 19 month old boy named Maverik. I do not only own BossPrincess101, but I have my own virtual assistant company as well EmpoweredVA.

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