Tom's of Maine has expanded its range with four new all-natural baby products. There's a shampoo/body wash, moisturizing lotion, broad-spectrum sunscreen, and diaper cream. $8.89-12.39, available at walmart.com.
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The Honest Company has just launched ultra-absorptive sleep diapers in sizes 3-6. Plant-based inner and outer layers are gentle on little bottoms, and stretchy side panels allow them to move around comfortably. $17.95, available at honest.com.
WaterWipes are totally void of preservatives, perfumes, and additives—they're made of 99.9% water, .1% grapefruit seed extract, and nothing else. $3.99, available at target.com.
New from FEED Projects is a line of striped onesies and bibs that provide children in-need around the world with school meals. $16-35, available at feedprojects.com.
The HUSH Hat uses medical grade sound-absorbing foam to block out the chaos of baby's surroundings, whether at home or on-the-go. $35, available at shophushbaby.com.
The BPA- and latex-free Pacidose looks and feels like a pacifier, but it allows you to dispense liquid meds to your baby without the usual leaks and spit-outs. $12.99, available at Pacidose.com.
Munchkin's new Mist Wipe Warmer doesn't just keep them toasty—it's the only one on the market with a built-in misting system, so they'll stay wet too. $28.49, available at target.com.
Chasing Windmills' merino wool rompers keep babies warm without overheating. The fabric's designed to regulate body temperature, wick away moisture, and yes, it's machine-washable. $75, available at chasingwindmillskids.com.
BabyGap is the newest destination to shop aden + anais baby essentials. The brands have collaborated with a series of exclusive prints on towels, swaddles, and more—and they're adorable. $22-49.95, available at gap.com.
With an extra-large neck to simplify wardrobe changes, mitts that feature high-contrast patterns to promote brain development, and a reversible bottom pocket for easy diapering, new GoumiJamms have got it all. $28, available at goumikids.com.