This clean and sustainable skincare brand is made for babies and new moms

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If you think your skin is sensitive, guess again. Your baby’s skin has got you beat. And in times like these, where your little dumpling is concerned, you want to be sure you’re putting your baby’s skincare in safe hands.

Your baby’s health comes first, and not every wash or lotion brand has the best ingredients for your little one’s skin. But clean baby skincare brand, Pipette, makes it a breeze to shop body care that’s safe for babies and new moms. Plus, the brand’s entire site offers its products between $3.75 and $48.

As a means to not compromise sustainability for your infant’s sensitive skin, Pipette’s products contain gentle ingredients that are 100% clean, and non-toxic. Over 2,000 ingredients are blacklisted from usage in the brand, including 12 from the United States and 1376 in Europe. The brand explains that vernix, a creamy substance that covers a newborn’s face, is rich with a moisturizing molecule called squalene. To make the molecule more stable, the brand used biotechnology to create an extra-pure, sugarcane-derived squalane that acts as a sustainable alternative. Plus, the molecule is the foundation of the entire line of products.

Take a peek at some of the brand’s most popular baby-friendly (and mommy-friendly) products for your baby’s best skin.

Shop: Baby Balm, $13

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Shop: Baby Oil, $10

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Shop: Relaxing Body Wash, $12

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Shop: Baby Shampoo + Wash, $12

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Shop: Belly Oil, $20

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Shop: Baby Lotion, $10

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Shop: Hand Sanitizer, $4.99

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