Dr. Sears Baby Products Review

The folks at Dr. Sears were kind enough to send a few baby + postpartum products for Tate and I to try out.

With all of the claims of sometimes-toxic ingredients in many baby care products, I have thought a lot about switching up the shampoo and lotions we use in our house. I couldn’t help but be excited about the Dr. Sears products after reading their company aims.

We’ve made healthy children our mission. We hope that you’ll find that Dr. Sears Family Essentials provides your family with the healthy products you can trust, from our family to yours!

Click through to see reviews for each product!

  • Wash & Shampoo – Citrus 1 of 5
    Wash & Shampoo - Citrus
    I am a big fan of this fresh smelling baby wash and shampoo. The no-tears formula does a great job, leaving your baby smelling subtly sweet.

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  • Diaper Rash Cream 2 of 5
    Diaper Rash Cream
    This the only product we weren't as impressed by. Tate got a rip-roaring baby rash and unfortunately this cream did little to help. We ended up having to switch to a combination of standard diaper rash cream and aquaphor to rid Tate's behind of the rash. The cream, however, does smell far better than many other diaper rash creams out there.

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  • Baby Lotion – Citrus 3 of 5
    Baby Lotion - Citrus
    We really like softening Tate's skin up with this lightweight lotion with a subtle sweet smell.

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  • Healthy Baby Bottom 4 of 5
    Healthy Baby Bottom
    I do feel like using this healthy bottom cream has helped maintain our baby's healthy skin on his back side.

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  • Stretch Mark Cream 5 of 5
    Stretch Mark Cream
    I don't have much of a review for this because I miraculously ended up with no major stretch marks after my pregnancy with Tate.

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