We recently discovered two new daily care products for our little ones. Green People introduced two organic body lotions for babies and kids. We tested them, so you can be sure, that your little ones are in safe hands.

Organic Children’s Aloe Vera Lotion & After Sun 

A gently nourishing, certified organic moisturiser with the soothing properties of Aloe Vera, Marigold and Calendula to help protect young, sensitive skin. Perfect as a soothing daily moisturiser or for use after sun exposure to calm the skin. Scented with calming, fairly traded Lavender oil.

Softening Baby Lotion Scent Free 

This beautifully light yet hydrating lotion is an ideal all over body moisturiser for baby. Formulated especially for sensitive and delicate skin this natural blend is made without essential oils or synthetic perfume for the ultimate organic skincare. Certified organic and rich in Shea Butter and Calendula to naturally soothe and nourish baby’s skin.

About the author

GOSIA KRAJEWSKI Fashion, Mommy blogger & Beauty Features Editor at Style Cartel. Former Senior Account Executive at JWPR (Capsule Comms) Worked for Marie Claire & Instyle


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