I bought this for my twins only because we were out of bubble bath. I was in such a rush to leave Target, I did not read the ingredients! I read each and every single label on all the products I purchase. I am ashamed that I did not read this label.
So, Mommy was the Guinea Pig and not my twins.
Anyway, as the evening progressed after taking my bath, I began to smell something on my skin. I was wondering what it was. Could it have been the bath soap I used? Yes!! It was that disgusting bubble bath made of a boat load of chemicals to harm our precious children's bodies and eyes. Of course there are disclaimers on this product, as there always is, on every bath product. But, this company is hoping we do not read it, I am sure, in the hopes our children will ingest it.
My body feels gritty and has this awful smell. I can not ever pinpoint what the smell is. It is just disgusting and I need to take another shower to clean my body off . I wonder how much damage it has already done to my body as I write this.
When my twins were infants until they were four years old, I used to buy Nature's Baby Organics from this company in Southern California. In my opinion, if you are even the slightest bit concerned about what you are putting on your babies delicate and oh so precious skin, and yours, the only products to buy are from Nature's Baby Organics.
**Disclaimer-this is not a paid article. This is my personal opinion on a product I have used in the past, stopped using and am going to use again, especially after using a most disgusting "bubble bath" not meant for any human body.**
This is the most disgusting "bubble bath" I used and am warning you NOT to use, God Bless: