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Mommy Greenest Approved: Oh My DeVita Baby

baby products against white backgroundEven though I no longer have little ones, I’m still constantly on the hunt for the next best thing in baby care. I recently found it in the brand-new Oh My DeVita Baby line, which sponsored this post. Developed by Cherylanne DeVita, the mom behind the bestselling DeVita Naturals skincare and mineral makeup cosmetics, the line is completely natural and infused with probiotics, which help fight the bacteria that can lead to diaper rash. This totally vegan and absolutely amazing line is now on sale at Target stores. Love!

Oh My DeVita Baby is an all-natural, totally vegan, organic aloe-based line that’s infused with probiotics to fight the bacteria that can lead to diaper rash and skin irritations. Genius! As with all DeVita products, the brand-new baby line is vegan, non-GMO and no-nano, and contains only truly natural and/or certified organic ingredients—like the aloe vera base that penetrates the skin four times faster than water, and is a natural antiseptic.

And it’s so obviously mom-powered: The Bubbly Babies shampoo and body wash and Baby Brulee lotion are designed to pump one handed, so you can hold a squirming baby while you do so.

All the scents in Oh My DeVita Baby products are delicate, beautiful and completely synthetic-fragrance free—and the wash also comes in a totally fragrance free version, for those babies (and mommies) who suffer from allergies.

But back to the probiotics. Derived from plants, these bacteria fighters are right where you need them during diaper changes—in Powder Puff, a talc-free, organic cornstarch based powder, as well as Butter Cheeks, a shea butter baby balm. Consider these the dynamic duo of your changing station—and Oh My DeVita Baby the essentials to a clean and healthy little love.

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This post was sponsored by Oh My DeVita Baby and meets the standards I’ve established to endorse a brand as “Mommy Greenest Approved.” Click here for more about Editorial Standards.


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