• Why we don't use essential oils

    At Chosen Baby Skincare, we believe in creating products that are gentle and safe for even the most delicate skin. That's why we choose not to use essential oils in our formulations. While essential oils can be beneficial for adults, they can be too strong and potentially irritating for babies' sensitive skin. We want to make sure that our products not only nourish and protect babies' skin, but also provide a soothing and calming experience without any harsh fragrances. As parents ourselves, we understand the importance of creating a nurturing and comfortable environment for our little ones, and we strive to bring that same level of care to every product we make.

  • Why we are sunflower oil olive oil, mineral oil, and soybean oil free

    Several studies have shown that the use of olive oil and sunflower oil on newborn skin can cause a breakdown of the skin barrier, making it more susceptible to damage and infection. Similarly, mineral oil has been found to be a potential skin irritant and can clog pores, while soybean oil can cause allergic reactions in some individuals.

    We believe that by choosing these gentle and effective ingredients, we can provide the best possible care for your baby's delicate skin, without putting them at risk for potential harm or irritation. Our dedication to research-based and evidence-backed ingredients is at the core of our philosophy and is what sets us apart in the industry.

  • Why we don't use fragrance

    As an inclusive brand, we understand that different babies have different needs and sensitivities. That's why we want to be the brand that expectant moms bring in their hospital bags for their newborns, knowing that our products are safe and gentle for the most delicate skin. 

    Fragrances in skincare products have also been known to cause skin irritation, contact dermatitis, and allergic reactions. A study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology found that fragrances were the most common cause of contact dermatitis in infants and young children.

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