More and more people are turning to nature for beauty products. Organic shampoo is merely one of the trends on the rise because of the results it yields. Not only are people investing in more natural products for themselves, but for their babies because of the properties of plant ingredients, but also the low-allergy risk. You won't find any nasty chemicals in a flower, thus organic and natural products are on the market.
Daniel Gavin Jnr Organic Baby Shampoo is one of the hair care companies, which specialise in gentle, yet, cleansing baby products. This particular shampoo has won awards, and is certified organic. I used the melon and cucumber baby shampoo recently, which has a cute picture of a cartoon-like whale on the front.
The product, like most organic shampoos, is a clear gel. Interestingly, I found the shampoo only had a mild melon scent; it leaned more towards fresh cucumber, but again it wasn't very strong.
Compared to my usual organic shampoos, this one was somewhat, bland. I can't complain too much because it does exactly what is says on the bottle, and it is so gentle, that I would definitely use it on my baby nephew's 9-month old head. I guess I was expecting bounce, shine, and softness, but I'm mother's aren't too concerned about volume, however I am.
If you're looking for an organic shampoo for yourself, perhaps invest in a different brand, but if you're buying one for your baby, or even a friend, this one is ideal. The high organic and natural content makes it a winner for little heads in my eyes.
As promised, it is the perfect product for sensitive skin because the rather frothy lather didn't sting as I accidentally washed some into my eyes, thankfully it was a painless experience. Brilliant if your little one tends to move about during bath time.
At £2.50 for a small bottle, it's middle-of-the-range in price, and does exactly what it says, and surely, that's all you want for your baby: products that work.