Gentle enough for baby, yet sophisticated enough for you, mum + bub™ from Aden + Anais is perfect for the whole family. This luxurious line is infused with fresh, fermented pawpaw fruit and was formulated with the help of Ellen Gendler, M.D., a leading New York City dermatologist who specializes in cosmetic contact dermatitis. Known for decades in Australia for its skin care benefits, pawpaw fruit relieves, cleanses, and protects skin when applied topically.
A naturally-derived, pawpaw fruit infusedskin care collection for baby and you.Features
Hair + Body Wash The properties of the "wonder-fruit" pawpaw has been combined with a naturally-derived formulation to bring you this mild, tear-free, and conditioning wash. Intensely moisturizing and lightly scented with Australian Sandalwood, this unique hair + body wash will become a bath-time must for baby and you.
Directions: apply to wet hair and body. Not for internal use.
Soothing Ointment This nourishing, naturally-derived ointment contains 50% fresh, fermented pawpaw fruit per gram of ointment and relieves, protects, and cleanses skin when applied topically.
Works wonders as a diaper ointment and on:
Directions: apply topically to required area. Not for internal use.
Ultra Gentle Lotion For skin that loves to be pampered, this delicate, nourishing lotion has been created for mother and baby. The naturally-derived, non-greasy formula is lightly scented with Australian Sandalwood and will leave skin feeling luxuriously silky-smooth when applied daily.
Directions: smooth onto skin daily or as needed. For external use only.
About aden + anais
In preparation for the arrival of their children, aden + anais, Aussie mothers who moved from Australia to the United States went in search of muslin wraps like the ones back home, a staple with Australian mothers. None of the wraps they found on the market in the US were the right size, they were too small to securely swaddle babies. None of the materials the other wraps used were the same soft, breathable muslin cotton used in Australia. So, they decided to make their own.