I’ve been using Shea Moisture Baby products on mini me for nearly two
years now.  It’s mostly been the Organic Raw Shea Chamomile & Argan Oil formula, which I love.  But, when I visited my local Ricky’s NYC, I
came across the Shea Moisture Baby Olive and Marula line.  My local target and Walgreen’s sells only the
Organic Raw Shea Chamomile & Argan Oil line, so spotting the Olive &
Marula line was a treasure to find, so I purchased the Head-to-Toe wash and
lotion.

Description
Hydrate and
nourish baby’s tender skin with this nutrient-rich moisturizing lotion. Our
special blend of organic Shea Butter, antioxidant-rich Olive, Marula and
Avocado Oils soothes, softens and protects delicate skin.
Olive Oil – With its high content of
Vitamin E and fatty acids, helps hydrate, soothe and protect skin.
Marula – Super-rich in fatty acids,
omega oils, antioxidants and Vitamins E and C. Helps deliver powerful
skin-nourishing benefits.
Avocado Oil – Rich in Vitamins A, D and
E, Lecithin and Potassium, helps nourish skin as it deeply moisturizes.
Made without
Parabens,  Phthalates, Paraffin, Gluten, Propylene
Glycol ,Mineral Oil, Synthetic Fragrance PABA, Synthetic Color,  DEA, and Sulfates
Cruelty Free
My Thoughts
 In my review of the SheaMoisture Coconut & Hibiscus Foaming Milk & Body Wash, I mentioned that
I sniff before purchasing.   How can
anyone purchase a skincare item or fragrance without knowing what it smells
like?  It’s foolish if you ask me.  Anyway, I smelled the Shea Moisture Olive
& Marula, and I seriously fell in-love with it.  I had mini me with me too, so I asked her if
she wanted to smell it, and she did.  She
loved it as well.  Honestly, for a two
year old, she knows what she likes and doesn’t like. She will tell me “Mommy, I
don’t like that.”  Or “Mommy, it stinks.”  The Shea Moisture Olive and Marula had her
seal of approval, so I purchased it.
The scent to me is light and slightly floral.  It isn’t overpowering.  It’s actually calming.  I like that it isn’t that powdery baby scent
that most people tend to equate with babies. 
I hate powdery baby scents.  Thank
God Shea Moisture thinks outside of the box, and comes up with organic,
refreshing scents for baby products. 
The head-to-toe wash lather’s nicely even though it is
sulfate-free.  It is non-drying; my
daughter’s skin actually feels softer after using the Shea Moisture Olive and
Marula Head-to-Toe wash.  I also have
used it to wash her hair, and haven’t experienced any issues with it leaving
her hair dry and brittle.  Plus, I like
that it leaves a soft, clean scent behind.
The Shea Moisture Olive and Marula Head-to-Toe lotion is
moisturizing.  I use it on myself.  My husband and sister have used it even.  It’s that good, and they love the scent.
I would definitely re-purchase this time and time again.  Think about adding it to your baby registry
if you’re expecting.  I honestly wish I
had purchased more when I had the chance, especially since we ran through the
bottle so quickly.  I really wish that my
local Target and Walgreen’s sold the other lines outside of their
websites. 
Cost: $9.99/12 oz 

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Kim is the do-it-all mom (and wife) who not only works full-time and is a freelance makeup artist, but also blogs about her love of family, travel, beauty and skincare. Now that she has a kindergartener, Kim has added Class Parent to her resume. These are all tough jobs, but somehow, she makes them look easy.