Noodle & Boo Offers Sweet Smelling Products to Protect Baby’s Sensitive Skin

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 by No Comments
Noodle & Boo Offers Sweet Smelling Products to Protect Baby’s Sensitive Skin

Noodle & Boo, a favorite of celebrity moms like Gwyneth Paltrow, offers a full line of bath and body products that are great for babies as well as adults with sensitive skin.

Noodle & Boo was founded by Christine Burger, a mother who wanted to create natural, holistic products suitable for her children’s ultra-sensitive skin. The company’s adorable name is inspired by her nicknames for her son’s Andrew and Matthew.

All of the products are free of questionable ingredients like sulfates, parabens, phthalates, and triclosan, so you can rest easy knowing that your baby’s skin is protected in safest way possible.

Smell is the first thing I notice when I’m trying out a product, and I adore the smell of Noodle & Boo products. The sweet but subtle fragrance is a mixture of baby powder, honey, and lavender.

I kind of hope that the company expands into adult products someday because I would be first in line to buy a perfume that smelled like their baby shampoo and body wash.

Noodle & Boo’s low suds formula makes the shampoo and body wash gentler on your baby’s skin. Just remember to be conscious of how much product you’re using. I used way too much product the first time because I was expecting it to create a foamy lather.

Noodle & Boo products are very high quality and you don’t need to use a lot each time to get good results.

The only thing I really don’t like about this product is the packaging. All of the bottles look so similar to each other that it’s hard to tell them apart when you’re in the bathroom. And, as anyone who has every bathed a squirmy baby knows, you can’t take your eyes off your baby to be reading product labels.

Disclaimer: Sample Noodle & Boo products were provided by the manufacturer for the purpose of preparing this review.

Photo credit: Noodle & Boo

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Dana Hinders

Dana Hinders lives in Iowa with her husband and son. She has been a freelance writer since shortly after earning her degree in journalism from The University of Iowa in 2003. She writes extensively about parenting, crafts, and creative ways to save money. Visit her at

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