We are a Johnson’s family. More than 30 years ago, my mom used Johnson’s products on me as a baby so when it came time to shopping for bath products for my girls I naturally selected Johnson’s. Sure, there are oddles of baby products on the market, but I only have eyes for Johnson’s. That said, the irony is that until now the products we use in the bath were the only products I use around my baby girl that aren’t natural or organic. I switched cleaners, detergents, etc. But I stayed true to Johnson’s. Now I can stay true to Johnson’s and have a natural bath product. (Frankly, it’s about time Johnson’s.)
The Johnson’s Natural Baby line includes Shampoo, Baby Lotion, and Head to Toe Foaming Baby Wash that is allergy tested and hypoallergenic. The products have
- No Parabens
- No Dyes
- No Animal Byproducts
- No Silicones
- No Lanolin
- No Paraffin
- No Petrolatum
- No Phthalates
- No Essential Oils
While I am happy to see there are no dyes or phthalates, I am not sure why some of the things on the list are bad. Like essential oils for example, I thought those were a good thing? No?
One of the things I have always loved about Johnson’s (besides the yummy smell that I just can’t get enough of) is the No More Tears formula. To this day, K freaks out about getting water in her eyes at bath time, but even as she is fussing at least I know her eyes aren’t really stinging. So I am glad Johnson’s Natural products include No More Tears formula that makes bath time easier.
Now I mentioned the Johnson’s signature scent. That is the one thing I miss with the Johnson’s Natural products. Don’t get me wrong, they smell nice. They even have a nice, light “ALLERFREE” fragrance that is pleasant, it’s just not the same. I like the new scent enough that I am planning to continue to use the Naturals wash and shampoo, but I just can’t give up my Johnson’s Baby (pink) lotion. (That and K is obsessed with it because, of course, it is pink!)
In addition to being natural, I also like that the wash is a foam. It’s a thick foam, not watery at all, and it is very nice. Since it pumps right out, it is easy to grab another pump of soap while keeping one hand on a slippery baby.
Speaking of slippery babies, check out my product tester all smiles 🙂
For moms looking for a natural line of baby bath products, Johnson’s Natural is a great new option. While many natural products tend to be on the expensive side, Johnson’s Natural fits right in with the same price point you expect from Johnson’s making it an economical way to go natural. Plus, you should be able to use Johnson’s coupons on the line too.
For the big kids, Johnson’s Natural also offers a Kids 3-in-1 Shampoo Conditioner & Body Wash and a Kids 2-in-1 Hand & Face Foaming Wash. I am interested in trying the Shampoo, K needs a conditioner to help manager her long locks.
Disclosure – I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Johnson’s Natural and received a product sample to facilitate my review, and a promotional item to thank me for participating.