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Rub a dollop between your palms and give baby a soothing massage for restful sleep at night.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
This massage oil is a lifesaver when your child is grumpy and needs to relax. Eucalyptus and Douglas fir essential oils bring a relaxing and restorative, but not overwhelming scent. Our vegan oil blend is made with certified organic canola oil, safflower oil, and evening primrose.
These organic ingredients are very gentle on sensitive, allergy-prone skin and eczema. The oil is non-greasy, absorbs quickly, and leaves skin satiny smooth, and smelling sweet. Our scents are made from 100% pure essential oils and zero of the unknown and unlisted chemicals that come with synthetic fragrance.
This product is allergy tested and does not contain: gluten, soy, oats, dairy, or nuts (except coconut)
Free of: mineral oils, petroleum-based ingredients, and synthetic fragrance.
All products are blended, manufactured amp; packaged at California Baby's headquarters located in Los Angeles, California, USA. Their manufacturing facility is FDA registered, certified organic, and solar powered. California Baby is proudly woman owned and family owned amp; operated since 1995.
The quality control testing we do goes far above the industry norm. Every ingredient is tested when it arrives at our Los Angeles facility to ensure it meets our strict quality specifications for purity and efficacy.
Our ingredients are sourced from American and European suppliers that have been meticulously vetted for purity and safety. If a supplier cannot meet our strict ingredient standards, we often grow the ingredient ourselves. For example, in 2011 when superior quality, organic Calendula flowers became hard to source, we purchased an organic farm and now we grow 100% of our Calendula there.
Our 100-acre, certified organic farm in Santa Barbara, California grows some of the key ingredients we use in our beloved products.
Growing these flowers under our watchful eye is just part of the rigorous program of quality control we implement across all of our operations and one big reason we’ve been trusted to keep babies and families safe for more than 20 years.
We keep a vigilant eye on every ingredient that goes into our products as well as every step of the manufacturing process to ensure that our purity and quality always meets or exceeds the highest standards in the world.
To control the quality of our products, we built our own FDA registered and certified organic manufacturing facility. This facility, located in Los Angeles, California, gets up to 80% of its energy from solar power.
What began as one new mom's quest for a safe baby shampoo has grown into a beloved collection of more than 90 pediatrician and dermatologist-recommended hair and skin care products for babies, kids and adults with sensitive skin. Jessica Iclisoy is working to make impact beyond just her own company. She has launched a non-profit, Natural Advisory Council, dedicated to advocating for consumer protection legislation for natural products.
California Baby, established in 1995, is Certified Women Owned and is 100% family owned and operated.
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