DIY foaming baby wash recipe

Many companies nowadays use toxins in their washing products for babies and parents are worried about the health of their child. The only alternative parents have is to make their own baby wash and use it instead of risking the health of their kids. More is less when we speak about cleaning ingredient for the skin especially of the newborns. Here are some recipes for DIY foaming baby wash that don’t contain synthetic agents, hormone disturbing fragrances and other dangerous toxins.

The ingredients you need for this recipe are:

One cup of water with room temperature. The best option is distilled water which has longer shelf life

  • One teaspoon of oil from organic coconut
  • Two tablespoons of liquid baby soap – non-scented and organic are the most suitable ( for example – Dr. Bronner’s Unscented Baby Mild Pure Castile Soap)
  • A foaming pump – it’s better to be a used one well cleaned pump, but bought from the store is appropriate too

The process of making the foaming baby wash includes these steps:

  1. First, melt the coconut oil if it is necessary
  2. Mix and stir all ingredients in a bowl until they blend well with each other
  3. Pour the mixture in a foaming pump
  4. Shake the pump gently before using

That’s all you need to do to have a foaming baby wash that doesn’t have synthetic ingredients. It should be used with foaming pump and doesn’t create too many bubbles which is not a problem since they aren’t the actual cleaning agent. To create more foam when using this product add a little more Castile soap to it.



Here is another recipe, variation of the mentioned above. For making it you will need the following ingredients:

  • A quarter cup of Dr. Bronner’s Liquid Castile Soap
  • One tablespoon of oil from vitamin E
  • Eight drops of oil from lavender (an optional ingredient)
  • Two drops of oil from tea tree (an optional ingredient)
  • A cup of filtered water
  • A foaming dispenser

The process of making this foaming wash recipe is as follows:

  1. Mix all the ingredient in the foaming dispenser using a funnel
  2. Put a cap on the dispenser and shake it gently to blend the ingredients well

You can use the mentioned or any other essential oils you like in this product or just skip them. It’s up to you and the preferences you have. Essential oils have many properties and are great to be used in washing products. The essential oil from lavender has relaxing and calming effect on the skin and on the body as a whole. The tea tree essential oil is known for its anti-bacterial properties.

If you rely on home-made washing products for babies, you will avoid the dangerous agents which most companies use in their cleaning and washing products are saying from TenancyCleaning Hampstead. Cleaning and washing your baby will become a pleasant activity both for you and him or her. Try these simple and easy to do recipes and  your baby will definitely love them.

If you know which scents he or she loves include them in the foaming washing products you make. Once made, you can store and use them at need. You will see the difference in the way your child reacts to the washing routine. Using these DIY baby recipes, you can avoid many skin irritations for your kid. Most of the products for washing include harmful ingredient which have a very negative impact in your baby’s skin. The best alternative to them is the self-made washing products for babies. The ones presented here are easy to make and work great.

Kathleen Crane

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