If your child has sensitive skin like mine than this could be the answer for you.
Burt's bees is an American owned and made company. I have used the Burt's bees face wash and moisturiser on myself so it only made sense to me that when the time came for my first little girl to be born, she would also benefit from such a natural product. When packing my hospital bag in preparation for her birth, I packed the Baby Bee getting started kit. I loved this because it was the perfect size for the hospital bag. The little travel size samples of the Burt's bee, baby bee range gave me an overview of most of the products available. The only thing it didn't include was the Dusting Powder. I had researched this product and it had been given a raving review from a friend of mine. It now has pride of place at the changing table and is used every night before bedtime. The Shampoo and Wash is always used at bath time. At one point I ran out of this and thought I would try another natural product. It only took one bath for me to jump online and order another Burt's bees bottle.
The Nourishing Baby Oil is probably my favorite of all the products. As with the Shampoo and Wash, I ran out of the oil and decided to try a different natural moisturiser. Once again, I went straight back to the oil as it leaves my babies skin feeling hydrated and smoother than, well, a babies bottom.
Speaking of babies bottoms, whenever mine gets a little rash (which I have to say is so rare I might not actually be able to review this product to the same standard as others), I use the Diaper Ointment. Maybe it's because I use this at the first sign of a rash, but nappy rashes aren't common in our house. Oh, and I still love that it's a natural product, less of those nasty chemicals.