Non-toxic Bath Products

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Maia James

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I love taking baths, but this little luxury has become nearly impossible since I had kids! I’m on vacation right now, so I’m able to sneak off and enjoy a bath every couple of days.

While sometimes I indulge in a really luxurious soak, with magazines, candles, and face masks (this is my current fave), often I just do the basic

Acure Clarifying Shampoo

I love this shampoo for daily use–the trick with this and other nontoxic shampoos is to use a generous amount and rinse very well. (I rinse off in the shower after a bath to make sure my hair and body are really clean.)

Beautycounter Daily Conditioner

This is the best nontoxic conditioner I’ve found; I’ve started putting it on more than just my roots and as long as I rinse well, it doesn’t make my hair greasy.

Acure Brightening Facial Scrub

Guys, I swear this scrub takes years off my face, as least temporarily:). I use it a few times a week, and when I get out of the shower or bath my pores look littler and my skin all glowy.

Babo Botanicals Calming Bubble Bath

This is the sudsiest of the natural bubble baths I’ve tried, and smells wonderful. My kids get nightly baths in this, and whenever I take a bath myself I also enjoy sinking into the fragrant foam!

Please feel free to share your own favorite self-care rituals in the comments below!

Stay sane,

Maia, Founder & CEO

P.S. I’m not quite neurotic enough to carry this with me when I travel, but when I’m home, I use a filter to get rid of chlorine–mostly for my kids’ sake.

Crystal Quest Bath Ball Filter

P.S. I’m not quite neurotic enough to carry this with me when I travel, but when I’m home, I use a filter to get rid of chlorine–mostly for my kids’ sake.

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  1. Maria Avatar

    Please, I am also interested in a non toxic bath mat and shower curtain for my 2-year old boy


  2. Jen Avatar

    What is a non toxic bath mat for the tub??

  3. Jayne Avatar

    Hi Maya! I too am curious about a non-toxic bathmat for transitioning my toddler to our tub. I love everything I’ve read about Hevea’s 100% rubber mat, but I would literally need 3 for my tub. Do you know if any others that are larger? Secondly, our tub is made from Vikrell material (eek!). We typically shower, so it’s never been a concern. However, now that I have a little one who needs a bath daily I am worried about the various chemicals that may be in both the coating and the bathtub itself. Any advice/feedback? Thank you!!!

  4. Carrie Avatar

    You truely have changed the way I shop for baby products. And have helped me gain the knowledge needed to make informed decisions. Thank you so much for all your time and research. Do you by chance know of any bath mats not made of PVC. My little one had outgrown his toddler bath and I would love to make my tub a little more baby friendly but it seems all bath mats ate made of PVC, some claim to be phytalate free, but I would prefer to avoid PVC all together. Are there any made of rubber?

  5. Lorraine Avatar

    Hi Maia, Speaking of bathing, what is your choice in a healthy version of a shower curtain?

  6. Kari Avatar

    Any opinion on California Baby products?

  7. Kristy B Avatar
    Kristy B

    Hi Maia! What do you think about Yorba products? I’ve been using them on my baby and really like them.