Tiny Tillia: Natural Bathcare For Your Tiny Tot

03/28/2009 at 11:00 AM ET

The first thing my daughter did when she saw the Tiny Tillia gift set ($39) was grab the bath book ($8) and put it in her mouth. Thank goodness it’s waterproof! She loves the illustrations and it occupies her while I am washing her with the Head to Toe Foamy Wash ($16). 

I love the one-hand use of this wash. It makes washing a squirmy baby easy and safe. I no longer have to hold a bottle in one hand and squeeze it in the other. I keep one hand on my daughter while pumping the soap and lathering her with the other. Plus, all day long I am able to smell the faint scent of tropical blast in her hair!

Having larger hands, I was not sure that the bath mitt was going to fit me. I was pleasantly surprised that Ben the Giraffe ($6) fit my hand well. It is big enough for Daddy to use when bathing our daughter, too. The only problem is in trying to use it to wash my daughter when she really just wants to play with it!

The Tropical Blast Bubble Bath ($12) makes a nice lather with lots of bubbles. The scent is sweet without being cloying. It left my daughter’s sensitive skin soft, and with no irritation.

Also included in the gift set are Boo Boo Bandages, a Boo Boo Gel Pack, a Bath Sponge and Magic Cream. The line is available online and Fred Segal, The Right Start, Lisa Kline Kids, Shop Intuition and The Wynn Las Vegas.

Note: The products are paraben-free but not sodium lauryl or laureth sulfate free.

— Melanie

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Kathie on

I know this stuff looks awfully cute and everyone is a big fan of lines sold at stores like Fred Segal, but these shampoo, bubble-bath and all over foaming wash products are not for babies. Its stated all over their website that its for children 2 and up since none of it is tear-free. Probably a great cute product for your toddler (if you’re able to wash their hair without getting soap in their eyes, but I’m not). I guess its a toss-up between accepting whatever chemical makes baby soap tear-free and using more natural stuff. Ridiculously cute packaging though. Johnson & Johnson should take notes.

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