- Gently cleanses the skin and hair with surfactants derived from coconut oil
- Moisturizes and conditions your baby’s hair
DNA Miracles™ Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo
DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo is a natural, gentle, non-toxic body cleanser specially formulated for your baby's delicate skin and hair. Suitable for newborn use.
Very pleased with this foaming shampoo/bath soap. It seems quite gentle and does not dry out skin like some of the other baby shampoo/soaps we have tried.
Wish I had these products for my kids 30
by Mary JaneB
We all love tubbie time! It truely is gentle with no more tears.
Surfactants are cleansing ingredients that help clean the skin and hair by helping water to mix with oil and dirt so that they can be rinsed away. Many surfactants can be harsh on the skin, resulting in mild irritation. The cleansing surfactants in DNA Foaming Baby Wash are derived from coconut oil, and are gentler than many of the surfactants found in other shampoos and body washes.
Panthenol is an analog to vitamin B5 and can be converted to vitamin B5 in the skin. In cosmetics, it is classified as both a skin and hair conditioning. Panthenol has been reported to bind to hair and act as a humectant, helping to moisturize and condition the hair.
How do I use DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo?
Pour a few squirts into your hand, onto a wash cloth, onto a sponge or directly into the bath. Wash baby's wet skin and hair then rinse.
Can DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo be used on my baby’s hair?
Yes, DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo is formulated to be used on all parts of your baby including face, hair and skin.
Is DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo safe for my baby?
Yes, DNA Miracles Natural Foaming Wash & Shampoo formula is a blend of mild, natural plant-based cleansing ingredients that gives your baby a clean, fresh feeling without the use of harsh chemicals or ingredients.
How often should I bathe my baby?
Until your baby is crawling and getting dirty, bathing a few times a week is enough. Bathing more than a few times a week can dry out your baby’s skin. In between baths, be sure to frequently clean the baby’s face, neck, hands and diaper area. As your baby grows and begins to become mobile, you will need to increase the frequency of baths.