Gentle On Skin: Baby ECOS Laundry Detergent And Stain Remover

Thanks to Disney for sponsoring this post and for giving me Baby Ecos Laundry Detergents and Baby Ecos Stain and Odor Remover for free.

Nothing is as delicate as a baby’s skin, but I learned that the hard way.  With my first, I never believed that you had to use little to no detergent because it would dry or cause an allergic reaction — I hadn’t ever heard my mom saying anything like that, so I didn’t think any more of it. But sure enough, during one of the pediatrician checkups, she mentioned the baby’s dry skin and the need to use hypoallergenic detergent with no perfumes or strong toxins. She even said not to use dryer sheets, because the perfume in that is strong and can cause the baby’s sensitive skin to itch or react. Of course it all makes perfect sense now, and I wouldn’t want to use our regular detergent on my daughter’s clothing.

Baby ECOS has a range hypoallergenic laundry detergents and stain removers which are made with plant-based ingredients. It smells clean, crisp and fresh with out any hint of strong perfumes or scents. My personal favorite is the Lavender and Chamomile detergent, but there is also the Free and Clear detergent as well as the Stain and Odor Remover.

Naturally I had to put them to the test, so I got out Little L’s poopiest stained dress. Trust me, it was messy! But alas! It came out good as new, no lingering poo smell and no visible stains. (Because sometimes clothing looks clean at first glance, but then you realize you can still see stains and smell a faint odor – and that is never a good thing.)

The truth is, Baby ECOS can be used for the entire family — no need to have separate detergents.

  • Baby ECOS Hypoallergenic Laundry Detergent and Stain Remover

    Baby ECOS Hypoallergenic Laundry Detergent and Stain Remover

    Give your family the comfort and softness of the Hundred Acre Wood. All detergents and stain removers can be bought from Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy BABY, Diapers.com, ecosbaby.com and Kroger (in store only.)

  • Tackling the messes and stains!

    Tackling the messes and stains!

    Everyday is laundry day when you have an infant — they may even go through a few outfits a day. Be ready to tackle the messes with the stain remover or rub detergent over area before washing if very soiled.

  • Get washing!

    Get washing!

    See the poo stains? Yep, it was a big mess from a little baby, but that’s how it goes. I sprayed the stain remover, let sit for a few minutes, then popped it in the washer!

  • Smells crisp and clean!

    Smells crisp and clean!

    Yes, approved by mom! The stain remover and the detergents smell fresh and crisp without strong perfumes. My personal favorite is the lavender and chamomile!

  • Fresh scent of lemon trees

    Enjoy the fresh scent of lemon trees from the Hundred Acre Wood while cleaning up after your messy little bear. Baby ECOS® stain and odor remover featuring Winnie the Pooh and friends is an excellent cleaning tool designed for daily use. Eliminate your organic stains and odors with the naturally-derived formula that won’t set stains or fade colors. You can use on most everything in the house: fabrics, carpets, upholstery, rugs, & floors.

    Baby ECOS Stain and Odor Remover

  • Baby ECOS Free and Clear Laundry Detergent

    This detergent is an everyday laundry detergent that is gentle for Baby’s sensitive skin. It rinses thoroughly, leaving Baby’s laundry clean and soft. Available in Free & Clear (Fragrance Free) and Lavender & Chamomile scents, each in one of three sizes (170 oz., 100 oz. and 50 oz.).

    Baby ECOS Free and Clear Laundry Detergent

  • A family favorite! Lavender and chamomile detergent

    Our personal favorite! I started washing my clothes with this too. I think I may have been sensitive to other detergents because my skin is less itchy.

    Baby ECOS Lavender and Chamomile Laundry Detergent

  • Good as new!

    Good as new!

    Poop stains and smells are gone. Dress is as good as new!

 

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