What are some good resources for buying natural bath products?

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What are some good resources for buying natural bath products?

It is difficult sometimes to distinguish better products for children from just good advertising and marketing. Here is a website that attempts to do just that: Get Green Living.

The next link is also a good list of pros and cons with products on the market: Good Guide.

Good Housekeeping is also a website that attempts to help consumers understand product information for children as well as adults.

About our expert-

Marsha Greenberg is a therapist in New York City. She is the author of the newly released book, Raising Your Toddler, by Globe Pequot Press. She has masters degrees in Child and Family Development and Social Work from the University of Michigan. As the Director of the Health Systems Child Care Program for over 14 years, she was responsible for over 250 children between the ages of 6 weeks and 6 years of age. Marsha teaches in the Early Childhood Special Education department at NYU and has a private psychotherapy practice in NYC. Marsha is the mother of three grown sons and has three grandsons (aged 4 and 18 months and 4 months) with a new grandchild on the way.

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