In spite of baby’s tiny size, they are huge consumers, from baby powder to soap and nappies to wipe; your baby needs an extensive range of cosmetic product every single day. But your baby is precious, their skin is sensitive and you want to be sure that you are using products that are not harmful to them and that are gentle for their developing bodies. Some mothers consider these goods a necessity. They think their kid’s skin becomes more new and their hair becomes softer after shampooing but experts say that these beauty cosmetics are more a luxury than a necessity as an average mother spends about $150 to $200 a month on different products for her 3- 4 year old child.
The trend of these baby skin care products rose in 2005 in US. Markets become loaded with cosmetics including baby oils, lotions, bubble baths, homeopathic nappy creams, natural eczema remedies, organic baby wipes and baby washes. Later, mothers all over the world spoiled in buying theses goods to beatify their kids. Brands like Weleda, Pure Potions, Mother Earth, Badger, Beaming Baby and Earth Friendly Baby came into the presence and mothers became Shopaholic.
California Baby is an innovator in these Quality Care baby products and it started its bottle of shampoo for around $20 and now it has stores at more than10, 000 locations. The research conducted by the Euro monitor International, a London-based market research company shows that sales of premium baby care in the United States rose to 68 percent from 2005 to 2010. Love Me Baby Me, Dr. Robin, MD Moms, Lalabee Bathworks, Episencial and online baby stores like Diapers.com sells thousands of these products. The specialty of this online store is a four-ounce jar of Calendula cream for the California Baby that has a price tag of $21.
No doubt they are a tolerant and budget raisers at the same time. Love Me Baby Me sells a baby lotion for almost $25.95, MD Moms sell at 72-pack of toddler wipes with ginger root extract at $12 and Johnson & Johnson, still the world famous infant’s beauty product line sells its living line for $12 each.
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