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Celebrity Babies Get Some More Organic Love With SweetLeaf

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These days, it seems the organic scene is infiltrating every product line out there. In fact, if you’re a celebrity and are not searching for the best organic products for your kids, you may be in the minority.

Anyways, we spied this product line, from company Thyme, that is enjoyed by Celeb mums,
Mariska Hargitay and Courteney Cox. Called the Sweatleaf Baby Collection, it “combines the delicate essence of babies with the soothing qualities of nature. A mild, organic blend of tranquil lavender and serene chamomile creates a soft scent that is fresh, clean, and completely irresistible. Composed of aloe vera and protective vitamin E, the collection contains only the finest of ingredients to care for tender, newborn skin.”

Go ahead and check out their product line. Some of you might care, others will pass this by, but either way, it’s nice to see more organics making their way into more child-care products. They’ve also got some nice body scrubs, bath oils, and other sweet smelling goodies to pamper the adults in your life as well.

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