Review: Earth Mama Angel Baby Angel Baby Lotion

What's better than a gentle body lotion for your kid?  A lotion that makes you feel like a kid.  Earth Mama Angel Baby's Angel Baby Lotion brings back memories of the carefree summers of my childhood each time I smell the lovely vanilla and orange.

Pros:
  • Nice light moisturizer
  • Wonderful smell (vanilla and orange, reminiscent of a creamsicle)
  • Gentle enough for babies but also suitable for adults
  • Pure and mostly organic ingredients
  • Absorbs quickly
Cons:
  • May be difficult to find in stores
Summary:
I really enjoy using Angel Baby Lotion, especially as a light hand lotion.  I'm sure it would be lovely for use on a baby as well.  Although the price is moderate (around $11 for 4 oz.), it's a fun lotion that is worth a try.  I highly recommend it for kids young and old.

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UPDATE: According to a representative from Earth Mama Angel Baby, their products are available at many Whole Foods Stores, natural foods retailers and baby/maternity stores. Products may also be found soon in some Target stores while being sold as a test. There is a store finder features on their website as well.

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