Introduction to Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil
When it comes to my kids, nothing is more important to me then their health and well being. So when it comes to putting something on my boys skin, I want to make sure I am actually applying products that will help them and not harm them.
That is one of the things I love about Beautycounter and the Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil. Beautycounter is a company that refuses to use harmful chemicals or ingredients in their products, especially their baby skin care products. So I know when I am using Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil, I know with confidence, it is not harming my precious little ones.
The Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil is a mix of organic coconut, jojoba, and sunflower seed oil, that will leave you and your baby’s skin, feeling super smooth, without the greasy side effect. I myself was cautious to use oil products on new-borns, but after one year of use, I assure you that Beautycounter’s formula is completely safe for your baby. Minor skin conditions like cradle cap, scalp eczema, and dry skin can be dealt with by this amazing product as well.
- It doesn’t contain any harmful chemicals or ingredients
- All the oils used to make the baby oil are organic
- Can help with skin conditions like cradle cap and eczema
- Not just for babies, but for adults too; I use it as a primer for makeup, after shave for my legs, and to clean my makeup brushes
- Can be used on all skin types
- Doesn’t leave a greasy film
- Comes with Beautycounter’s 60 – Day Satisfaction Guaranteed Return Policy
- At this point, I can honestly say I have found no cons to this product
- Please do keep in mind, if you are allergic to jojoba and/or coconut oil, or your babies are, then I wouldn’t use this particular product because those are the main ingredients
Who is Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil for?
Yes, Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil was made with the purpose of being used particularly on babies, and with the concern that babies, and young kids, have more sensitive skin and can be more susceptible to skin irritation because of this.
But don’t let the word “baby” in the name fool you. I personally use the oil as a primer when I put on makeup. In the past, I didn’t always use a primer when putting on makeup, but after learning about some of the benefits of a primer, I do it more often now.
After a hot shower and shaving my legs, I apply the Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil all over my legs and they feel silky smooth all day long, and even the next day as well. So like I said, don’t let the word “baby” in the name fool you. There are many uses of this oil for all ages! 🙂
A third use for Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil, and something I learned from Beautycounter, is for cleaning my makeup brushes. This is something I never used to do in the past, but after learning what a dirty makeup brush can do, and the benefits of a clean one, I have added this to my maintenance of my makeup brushes.
Specifications and Ingredients
With an increasing number of essential oils being used in beauty products, it is even more important to keep track of what you use on your baby’s sensitive skin. Many people are likely to assume that all oils are the same irrespective of their manufacturing process and the ingredients used to make them. However, that is not the case at all.
When it comes to Beautycounter, they have very strict guidelines and selection process to the ingredients they use when making their products, and that goes for their Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil as well. The company also has what is called, “The Never List,” which is a list of harmful chemicals and ingredients, that usually have been banned in other countries, but not in the U.S., and they have vowed to “NEVER” use them in ANY of their products, hence the name, “The Never List.” As you can probably already tell, I am a huge fan of the integrity that this company has! 🙂
As mentioned above, the Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil is made up of only 4 main ingredients:
- Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil aka Sunflower Seed Oil
- Cocos Nucifera Oil aka Coconut Oil
- Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil aka Jojoba Seed Oil
- Tocopherol also known as Vitamin E
It is good to note that all the oils are organic or biologique, which is French, literally for the word, Biological, but is used in this case to mean organic.
Warranties and Guarantees
Beautycounter is so confident, as am I, that you will be 100% satisfied with their products, that they have a 60 Day Return Free Policy. That’s right, you heard that correctly, 60 days. That is plenty of time to really give the product and the brand a try.
And if for some reason you are not completely satisfied, they have even included a Pre-paid Return Label, that comes in your Packing Slip, to cover all your return shipping fees. There are few companies, that I know of out there, that provide this type of satisfaction guarantee.
Price of Beautycounter’s Baby Soothing Oil is priced very reasonably, in my opinion, at just $22, especially for the fact that one bottle can easily last 3-6 months, depending on usage. Note that price of cosmetics, skin care products, and beauty products can always increase or decrease over time so make sure you have the most up to date price by visiting the companies official website.
After thorough research and many months of personal experience on my kiddos as well as myself, I give the Beautycounter Baby Soothing Oil the Balancing Point Seal of Approval. It has so many uses and is made with safe ingredients this has now become a staple in my household.
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To Beautiful Inside & Out,