Mummy’s Miracle Announces New Baby Wash, Shampoo and Bubble Bath

Miracle in the Green, Inc is an Orlando-based wellness and skincare brand with a mission to make more people aware of the health and beauty benefits of Moringa.

Oviedo, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Winter Springs, Florida U.S.A – 14 February, 2020 – Mummy’s Miracle has expanded its baby line and is launching a fragrance-free baby wash that is gluten-free, and made for babies, kids, and adults with sensitive skin. A three-in-one product, the Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath provides gentle cleansing for hair and body and can be poured directly into the bath for mounds of tiny, cleaning bubbles.

Customers can order Mummy’s Miracle’s Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath online from or Amazon.

There are numerous benefits to using Mummy’s Miracle’s newest product, and several things that makes it stand out from similar products. This product contains absolutely no soy, oat, dairy, or nuts. Recommended by pediatricians for children of all ages, the hair and body wash and bubble bath is easy to use, hypoallergenic, and ultra-mild.

Parents and caregivers love Mummy’s Miracle’s products because they are toxin-free, sulfate-free, and paraben-free.

Ify Chuke-Nwobi founded the brand in 2010 when she discovered the power of moringa, a tree found in Africa and parts of Asia. Noticing that the store-bought skin care products she was using on her own family contained a plethora of toxins and chemicals, Ify sought a more natural alternative. She became passionate about developing skincare products that would care for and protect even the most sensitive skin and using moringa as a vital ingredient. Now, all Mummy’s Miracle’s products are formulated with naturally and meticulously derived raw materials and are sustainably produced and not tested on animals.

Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath is Mummy’s Miracle’s newest product and is already one of their most popular. It’s suitable for sensitive skin since it’s all-natural, soap and dye-free, and hypoallergenic. Further, it contains no irritants, petroleum, mineral oil, lanolin, phthalates, or petrochemicals.

The gentle pH-balanced formula is made with extracts of moringa oil, glycerin, honey extract, white tea extract, and chamomile extract. The result is an ultra-mild, tear-free, fresh and clean-smelling body wash, shampoo, and bubble bath that the whole family will love.

The pump dispenser makes it easy to use the product with a washcloth, or it can be pumped directly onto the hand and applied to the hair and body. To use it as a shampoo, Mummy’s Miracle recommends using a dime to a quarter-sized amount of the product. Massage it into wet hair, starting from the scalp and working through to the ends of the hair, and then rinse with fresh, warm, water. If the product should run into the eyes, it won’t sting or cause any harm.

There are even more advantages associated with Mummy’s Miracle’s Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath. The perfect combination of Moringa and meticulously selected botanical extracts, softens, soothes, purifies and balances, while vegetable-based moisturizers help the skin to retain its glow.

Mummy’s Miracle’s Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath is also available in a larger 32-ounce size, which is fragrance with Lavender. Other similar products in the range include Moringa Essential Oil, Moringa Oil base baby soap, and Moringa Oil Shampoo.

Available in packs of one, two, or three, the eight-ounce packs of Moringa Essential Oil contain a special oil that is formulated with active botanical extracts for tear-free cleansing. Moringa Oil Base Baby Soap has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. It can help to heal minor skin abrasions, cuts and scrapes, bruises, burns, insect bites, rashes, sunburn, and skin infections. Moringa Oil shampoo is suitable for curly hair, dry hair, hair prone to tangling, dandruff, and dry scalp, and all skin types, including those with eczema, cradle cap, and sensitive skin.

To order Mummy’s Miracle’s Moringa Body Wash & Baby Shampoo & Bubble Bath and other Mummy’s Miracle skincare and healthy living products, visit Miracle in the Green.


Lindsey Smith

(321) 348-7974 (US), (UK/EU)

5703 Red Bug Lake Rd, Unit #175 Winter Springs, Florida

Contact Info:
Name: Ify Nwobi
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Organization: Miracle in the green Inc.
Address: 4520 Old Carriage Trail, Oviedo, FL 32765, United States
Phone: +1-321-348-7974

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88945805

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