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Celeb Moms Dip Into Nature's Gate New Organic Baby Line

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snipshot_e4nonbibauk.jpgWe celebrate the babies here on Ecorazzi — firmly believing that all little ones entering this world should receive the best organic love Momma can buy.  More green products are dropping into mainstream markets, brands are expanding, prices are dropping, and parents are smiling.

Fresh to the scene with their own organic baby line is Nature’s Gate. According to our friends at Celebrity Baby Blog, famous Mums like Brooke Shields, Gwen Stefani and Jennifer Garner are big fans and Tori Spelling and Jaime Pressly have stocked up in preparation for their own new arrival. According to Nature’s Gate, “Using all-natural herbs and pH-balanced formulas, each product is carefully formulated to deliver the many benefits of each unique botanical blend. All of our products reflect ongoing efforts to preserve the earth’s natural resources by being environmentally friendly and cruelty-free.”

According to CBB, the line features Soothing Diaper Rash Cream, Organic Baby Oil, Gentle Baby Wash and Naturally Soft Baby Lotion. Jump on over to Nature’s Gate for more info!

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