One of the popular Korean naturalism brands, innisfree has launched a special range just for infants and kids, presenting the Pure Green Baby Line! Carefully formulated with organic Jeju Green Tea that has proven mild and suitable for babies, the latest Pure Green Baby Line features a selection of organic-certified products which are in compliance with ECOCERT, a French organic certification organization. Parents can expect a full range from body products from lotions, creams to body wash, sunscreen and even diaper cream!
Most of the products contains 85.9% to 100% natural ingredients and are free of 1,4-doixane, animal ingredients, mineral oil, colourants, parabens, artificial fragrance, formaldehyde, acrylamide, benzophenone and silicon. So you can use these on your precious babies with a peace of mind.
We received the innisfree pure green baby baby lotion, baby cream and mum’s touch milk oil. Check out my review on these products…
We all know how delicate the skin of babies and young children are. So using the right products are essential in avoiding a bad skin reaction. Asher sleeps in an air-conditioned room at night and sometimes his skin tends to get dry because of that. But we are glad that now we have the innisfree pure green baby cream to combat the dryness.
Asher loves the gentle touch of the innisfree products and loves to lavish lots of it on his skin.
This organic-certified baby cream provides deep hydration and relief to dry skin. Now, our night time after bath routine involves putting on some innisfree pure green baby cream (R.P S$38) before he changes into his pajamas and gets ready for bed. On some days we also alternate between the innisfree pure green baby lotion (R.P S$38) , which is a slightly lighter version of the cream. It contains 100% natural ingredients including organic Jeju green tea ingredients, shea butter and sunflower oil that acts as a shield of moisture over the baby’s skin.
The innisfree mum’s touch milk oil (R.P S$32) is a soft, milky baby massage oil containing organic Jeju green tea that soothes a baby’s dryness-prone skin. I enjoy using this for a quick massage for the boy after his bath. It leaves his skin feeling silky smooth to touch and the massage relaxes him for a good night’s rest.
I’m thinking of purchasing the innisfree pure green baby sunscreen SPD30 PA++ (R.P S$26) next as we do sometimes frequent the pools and it is not easy to find a sunscreen suited for baby’s skin. This product is so gentle that even adults sensitive to chemical UV filter may also use it.
innisfree’s latest Pure Green Baby Line can be found at Takashimaya S.C., #B2-34/35 with affordable prices ranging from S$28 to S$38 per product.