Best Baby Products: BeautyCounter and Giveaway!

Have you seen Juliet’s hair?

She’s two years old and already has better hair than I do.

Up until recently, I was still using an all-in-one shampoo and conditioner on her and her sister during bath time. But with as much hair as she has, it is really fine and tangles easily, so I decided it was time for an upgrade. I came across a line of baby products by Beautycounter that I just had to try.

We started with the shampoo, conditioner, all-over wash, and baby balm, and let me tell you, it is amazing. The shampoo and conditioner are totally tear-free, (trust me, the girls refuse to put their heads back, so that stuff goes straight in their eyes and they don’t even flinch) and their hair has never been softer.

Brushing Juliet’s hair was always the worst part of our night. Even with the wet brush, which I swear by, her hair was always so tangled and difficult to comb through, but not anymore.

The all-over wash and body balm are just as amazing. I came home from a recent trip to California to find that Juliet had a small rash on her feet and ankles. The pediatrician guessed it was an allergic reaction to something that had touched her. I used the baby balm on it, and no joke, it was gone in two days.

Not only does this product feel amazing, but it is incredibly safe. So safe, that Beauty Counter actually has a list of over 1500 questionable or harmful ingredients that they refuse to use in their products. This is a company devoted to making products that are healthier and safer to use, and as a mom, that is a company I am willing to support.

 Okay, now to the giveaway! Taylor, over at Beautycounter, is giving one of my lucky readers the entire Baby Bundle of Baby Oil, Balm, and Wash! It’s simple. All you have to do is follow me on instagram, then comment, either here or on my instagram post, letting me know your favorite thing about Beautycounter and why you would like to try it! The contest will run through the end of the week, and I will announce the winner Friday, March 3rd.

Good luck!

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  • Reply Lisa Liberati

    Taylor got me started on it and I’m so glad! I’ve only used it for make-up so far but am anxious to try more product lines, especially the kids one with my 3 and 1 year olds. As I’ve gotten older I’ve started to take more notice of what’s in products we use and want to make sure that the products that stay on my skin, and my kids, are good and safe!

    February 27, 2017 at 3:20 pm
  • Reply Maria McLaughlin

    I wiould love to try these products. ‘My 2 year olds hair is starting to get thicker and harder and harder to brush. I’ve been looking for something besides the 2 in one baby shampoos we have been using the last two years.

    February 27, 2017 at 10:53 pm
  • Reply Ruth Gonzalez-Balayla

    This product sounds amazing. Although I have a little boy, he has a lot of hair. I would love to try the shampoo and conditioner products. I’m also interested in the wash because he has eczema and so we currently use Honest products because that’s what has been working for us and the eczema.

    February 27, 2017 at 11:30 pm
  • Reply Meghan

    Because I’m still using using Aveeno baby on my four year old! Plus with those pump tips, Savanna can shampoo and condition her hair by herself!

    February 28, 2017 at 8:17 am
  • Reply Suzanne

    I would love to try these products! My daughter just turned one, and we have another baby girl set to make her appearance in a few months. We were given an array of products at baby showers last year, and, while that was amazing, I haven’t found any one product that I just love. These sound like great alternatives!

    February 28, 2017 at 6:21 pm
  • Reply Dana Christian

    Would love to try it on my 15 month old twin girls! They have full heads of hair and it never quite feels like it gets clean with our current products! We also struggle with lots of allergies and skin irritations and would love a product to help calm and heal them!

    March 3, 2017 at 3:30 pm
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