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All Natural Products for Mom and Baby

When you think of products for new parents, baby-focused is what instantly come to mind. Becoming a parent is like embarking on a new adventure. Our products are 100% natural and organic, and safe for both mom and baby. As new parents the dual purpose of these products will be greatly appreciated. Here are some of our favorite products and their uses for both mom and baby:

Shea Butter Healing Balm

  • For Baby: Great for diaper rash or other minor skin rashes.
  • For Mom: Helps to prevent stretch marks, great for nipples during and prior to breastfeeding. Daily application helps keep nipples soft, supple, and moisturized. All Daisy Blue ingredients are organic and safe enough for baby to ingest!

Vitamin E Body Oil

  • For Baby: After a bath or getting ready for bed the oil is great to massage onto their skin to help moisturize and relax. A great natural remedy for baby eczema.
  • For Mom: The look of stretch marks can be diminished while moisturizing skin and leaving it soft to the touch.

Baby Lotion

  • For Baby: This is a great lotion for dry skin or to use after bath, one of the ingredients is calendula.
  • For Mom: Using calendula, avocado, shea butter, lavender, and hints of vanilla it’s a a sweet treat for baby’s delicate skin and for mommy too.

Relax Rollerball

  • For Mom and Dad: Promote rest, relaxation, and self-care for parents. Our relax rollerball helps when feeling anxious, restless, or suffering from stress. A few rolls on the wrists and behind your ears and you’ll be calm, cool, and collected.

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Daisy Blue Lifetime Testimonials | Part 2

Welcome back for part two of our series! If you missed part one, click here. We are excited for you to know why we believe in Daisy Blue products, and for you to meet someone else to whom our products have made a difference in their life. We’d like to introduce you to Shannon Berns, she worked for three years in the same office space as the Daisy Blue lab and she knows Jena well.

Tell us how you learned of Daisy Blue Naturals:

I was able to meet Jena and the product in person, being close to the lab Jena invited me in to see the natural ingredients and process for myself before I decided to purchase them. Something that is important to me is the social responsibility of a company, and those who run the company. Knowing Jena and seeing Daisy Blue with my own eyes, it is very obvious that she cares about all the things she says she cares about. Daisy Blue is very transparent about all the ingredients they use, and it is hard to find info to that degree with other natural products.

What was it about Daisy Blue that made you decide to give it a try?

I like to know what everything is in the products I use. Being able to find these products isn’t easy, or you can only buy them online. That limits you being able to smell and feel it like you can with typical products. Sometimes if you appreciate natural product you are willing to take a leap of faith, and if you know you like it that may not be a huge barrier, but to try something to that limits you. Daisy Blue can be purchased online, but Jena is also open and available to accommodate her customers needs.

I like to make some of my own skin care products, but love Daisy Blue for others. The 100% natural and cruelty free promise of Daisy Blue is what sparked it for me. Eco-friendly and not having chemicals is very important, and Daisy Blue is truly natural. I love that Jena is a chemist and so knowledgeable. She does a really good job of sharing her knowledge and educating her staff. I am Jena’s biggest fan!

What Daisy Blue products do you use, what are your favorites?

I really love the makeup, specifically the mascara and face powder, because I haven’t been able to find makeup that “operates” properly and is 100% natural. It applies well and works like it is suppose to. The mascara doesn’t get clumpy – I would to see more options for the makeup!

I also love the Vitamin E oil and how it makes my skin feel after I bathe. It has changed my skin for the better. Another staple for me is Liquid Gold Face Serum. It is exactly that! Liquid gold. My skin looks younger and revitalized.

Everything works how it is described and that is what I really appreciate. I use them all in my daily routine because natural products are very important to me and my lifestyle

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Not All Aloe Vera is Good For You

Looking at the ingredient list in most store bought aloe vera gels, and you’ll find things like drying alcohols, numbing drugs like lidocaine, and synthetic preservatives that can wreak havoc on your body.

Aloe is not necessarily a ‘bad’ culprit. However, with so many options that market ‘pure aloe vera’ it is important to read the labels for accuracy.  See where aloe vera falls on the ingredient listing; if it is not the first or second ingredient, it is probably not that high in pure aloe vera.  Applying an aloe vera gel may feel good; it is the drying alcohol as a coolant (and harmful for our skin), and a drug to numb the pain.  This type of aloe vera gel does not heal the skin; it justs cover up the pain from the sunburn.

What is the answer?  If you have an aloe vera plant, you are already on your way to skin healing benefits.  The gel in the leaf of the aloe plant is high in antioxidant benefits, thus helping to heal the skin from the free radicals affecting it from a sunburn.

What about cooling?  Aloe may not cool a sunburn, so look for a product like Daisy Blue After Sun Mist that contains skin cooling essential oils like peppermint and natural rose hydrosol to heal and cool the skin.

The best answer?  Sunscreen!  You may not feel or know you are sunburned until hours after sun exposure.  Be proactive, wear sunscreen, and reapply.

 

Sun Set: Sun Protection Lotion and After Sun Mist (#7307)  $39

All of the sun products offered as a set to start off the summer with healthier, natural skin care! The After Sun Mist is a MUST after being exposed to the sun and elements.   $49.95 value

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Not All Aloe Vera is Good For You

Looking at the ingredient list in most store bought aloe vera gels, and you’ll find things like drying alcohols, numbing drugs like lidocaine, and synthetic preservatives that can wreak havoc on your body.

Aloe is not necessarily a ‘bad’ culprit. However, with so many options that market ‘pure aloe vera’ it is important to read the labels for accuracy.  See where aloe vera falls on the ingredient listing; if it is not the first or second ingredient, it is probably not that high in pure aloe vera.  Applying an aloe vera gel may feel good; it is the drying alcohol as a coolant (and harmful for our skin), and a drug to numb the pain.  This type of aloe vera gel does not heal the skin; it just covers up the pain from the sunburn.

What is the answer?  If you have an aloe vera plant, you are already on your way to skin healing benefits.  The gel in the leaf of the aloe plant is high in antioxidant benefits, thus helping to heal the skin from the free radicals affecting it from a sunburn.

What about cooling?  Aloe may not cool a sunburn, so look for a product like Daisy Blue After Sun Mist that contains skin cooling essential oils like peppermint and natural rose hydrosol to heal and cool the skin.

The best answer?  Sunscreen!  You may not feel or know you are sunburned until hours after sun exposure.  Be proactive, wear sunscreen, and reapply.

Sun Protection Lotion $19

Avoid putting harsh chemicals on your skin and protect your skin, naturally!  Uses natural mineral blockers to prevent sunburns and sun damage.  Works great under makeup and is safe to use for all ages.  Slight pale color appears from the natural minerals for easy to see coverage.  Natural mineral coverage SPF 15.