Truly tear-free. No added fragrances and hypoallergenic. Gentle formula that won't cause rashes. Leaves skin soft without drying it out.
Doesn't lather quite as well as some others. Not a pump dispenser.
Good-sized bottle for the price. Lathers well. Easy-to-dispense pump bottle. Fragrance-free. Works well for babies with skin conditions.
Works well as a body wash, but not as well for baby shampoo.
Gentle product that cleans without drying out your baby's skin. Lathers nicely and rinses easily. Good choice for sensitive skin.
Despite "tear-free" formula, it may still burn if it gets in your baby's eyes.
Three-in-one formula offers good value for the money. Lathers well and creates plenty of bubbles. Gentle enough for sensitive skin. Scented with natural lavender oil to soothe and calm.
Consistency is surprisingly thin. While most adore it, a small percentage of reviewers found the scent unpleasant.
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Baby washes vary from lightly scented soaps that produce a lot of lather to gently clean your baby to thick, moisturizing formulas for babies with drier or more sensitive skin. Overall, all baby washes are meant to be more gentle than typical soaps and body washes designed for adults. Many baby washes double as a shampoo so you only need one product during bathtime. While most baby washes are tear-free, this doesn’t apply to every baby wash. Many brands have washes featuring natural ingredients if that’s important to you as well. Packaging varies between squeeze bottles and pumps. For babies with extra sensitive skin, there are washes available that are unscented, dye-free, and extra moisturizing.