Wash With Water’s Yummy Tubby shampoo and body wash for babies and kids, $14.79.
I LOVE THIS STUFF! Most of the time, when we’re testing products that don’t contain questionable ingredients, they don’t produce any lather. This is usually because there’s no sodium lauryl sulfate (or derivatives) in there making it all foamy. And while that’s a very good thing for your baby’s health, it also means that a child with a mop of hair like Miss Q simply can’t get a good wash. Finally, here’s a good-for-you product that works just as well as a body wash as it does a shampoo!
Here’s the ingredient list:
- Saponified Organic Oils of Coconut, Olive and Jojoba
- Vegetable Glycerin
- Organic Guar Gum
- Argan Oil
- Calendula Extract
- Banana Fragrance Oil
- Organic Aloe Vera
- Organic Rosemary Extract
Even the bottles that Wash With Water uses are BPA-, PVC- and Phthalate-free. This is a company that cares about your kids.
My kids like the smell of this product, which means they’re happy to use it.
The Yummy Tubby shampoo and body wash is PETA-certified because it’s cruelty free.
And it’s also 100 per cent vegan, if that’s important to you.
This is not a product made overseas — it’s made in the USA, which is second only to Canada in my humbly Canuck opinion (for which I will not apologize even though my Canadian-ness really, really wants me to).
Yummy Tubby is quite a hydrating wash, which I like — especially in these winter months.
It’s not a gaffe so much as a heads up that because Wash With Water doesn’t add any eye-anesthetizing or eye-film coating chemicals to reduce eye irritation, if you get this in your babe’s eyes, it’s probably going to sting. So just be careful. I’d take a bit of stinging any day rather than some false sense of security that “no tears” means your child’s eyes are in good hands.
I’d prefer a pump over a flip cap, because it’s easier for my kids to dispense the product themselves now that they often shower alone.
4.5/5 (a pump would probably up it to a solid 5!)