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Earth Day Product Review: Baby Buddy bath sponge luxurious, soft

When my children were babies, I would bathe them in the infant tub, wiping their soft skin with a baby washcloth.

The washcloth was small and gentle and the only thing I trusted to clean their sensitive skin.

My babies have grown, but I agreed to review the Baby Buddy natural bath sponge for this blog. But, when I received the yellow sponge in the mail, I wasn’t immediately impressed.

I figured I would let my young son try it out with his next bubble bath. I enticed him to use it by saying it would make more bubbles, which made sense with the soap being squeezed through the sponge.

Oh, my goodness!

I was so surprised and impressed by the quality of this product once it hit the water. My son doesn’t like washcloths, but he didn’t stop playing superheroes with his Batman figure when I used the bath sponge on his arms and back.

Imagine the softest cloth … and it’s softer than that!

It absorbs water easily and creates a rich lather, but it still rinses clean quickly with water.

The hypoallergenic sponge is a sea wool sponge that is harvested off the Florida coast and is recommended for ages 4 months and older.

The modest packaging says the Baby Buddy Natural Bath Sponge won’t mildew or mold, but you can freshen it periodically with baking soda and water.

I wish I had had this when my children were smaller, but it is definitely good for toddlers and young children, too.

And, it’s 100 percent biodegradable, so you can feel good about using it today!

The first 1,000 customers will save 20 percent off their orders on www.babybuddy.com by using the code BABYSAVE20.

–Linda Lynn


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Linda Lynn

Linda Lynn was born and raised in rural Oklahoma. A graduate of Purcell High School, Lynn began working at The Oklahoman in 1987 as a reporter after earning a journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She has served as both a... Read more ›