Angel Baby Bottom Balm and Bath Blossoms Review {#GreenResolutions Sponsor Spotlight}

I love Earth Mama Angel Baby. Always have, always will. They have super safe products for mama and baby (all of their products are rated a 0 on Cosmetics Database). So I am super stoked that they agreed to be one of my Green Resolutions Giveaway Hop sponsors!

To review, I received some of their Angel Baby Bottom Balm and some of the Bath Blossoms. I am a huge fan of their bottom balm. It works amazingly and is even safe for cloth diapers. It smells so much better than any other bottom balm we’ve tried too. It has been my go-to bottom balm since Zoë was born.


Olea europaea (organic olive) oil, Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) extract, Hypericum perforatum (organic St. John’s wort) extract, Stellaria media (organic chickweed) extract, Plantago major (organic plantain extract), Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, Euphorbia antisyphilitica (candelilla), Simmondsia chinensis (organic jojoba) oil, proprietary blend of Lavandula angustifolia (organic lavender) oil, Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil and Commiphora myrrha (myrrh) oil

One of the very few Earth Mama Angel Baby products we hadn’t tried yet was the Angel Baby Bath Blossoms, so I was really excited to receive a box of that. It’s basically a box of 6 giant tea bags filled with yummy-smelling, relaxing herbs that you can add to your bath water. And since it’s certified organic, there are so worries about harmful pesticides mingling in your baby’s bath.


Avena sativa (organic oatmeal), Matricaria recutita (organic chamomile) flowers, Lavandula angustifolia (organic lavender) flowers, Calendula officinalis (organic calendula) flowers, Melissa officinalis (organic lemon balm) leaf, Rosa centifolia (organic rose) flower

It is very relaxing for the girls to take a warm bath, but it’s even more relaxing when you add in the smells from all of these wonderful herbs!

If you have a little one and haven’t tried Earth Mama Angel Baby, you should! One Happy Mothering reader win some Angel Baby Bottom Balm as part of my Green Baby Package, to be given away between January 16-30 during the Green Resolution Giveaway Hop. Be sure to come back to enter!

In the meantime, you can purchase Earth Mama Angel Baby products on their website or on Amazon.

And don’t forget to connect with Earth Mama Angel Baby on Facebook and Twitter!


Thank you to Earth Mama Angel Baby for providing me with their products for this review. Although I received these products free of charge, all opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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  1. says

    I first used the hospital-recommended Lansinoh cream, but my nipples were so sore and cracked that I began to search for alternatives. The earth mama nipple butter was the only cream I found that healed me fast enough not to get more sore with each nursing. It is also safe for baby.
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  2. says

    Stopping by from the Alexa hop! We LOVED this stuff when our little guy was first born and we were cloth diapering. I still recommend it to all of our friends!!

    :) Have a great day!

    Sarah @

  3. Leticia says

    I haven’t tried this yet. But I am very much wanting to try it out. I would love to have this on my first born someday. I am so anxious to experience this.
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  4. Linda Davison says

    Earth Mama Angel Baby would be a nice gift for new granddaughter first time I have heard of this. Love to try! ♥

    • says

      I know they use a lot of certified organic ingredients, but the products themselves don’t have the certification. I know a lot of companies choose not to certify the products themselves because it’s costly (making the cost of the product higher for the consumer), and they can show that the ingredients were certified.

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