Here’s a roundup of the best gifts for new moms.
It’s crucial to establish a newborn baby skincare routine that will keep babies’ delicate skin moisturized, nourished, and comfortable. This all-in-one kit is stacked with science-backed, thoughtfully designed baby products for bathtime and beyond. It includes our bestselling Baby Shampoo + Wash, Baby Oil, Baby Lotion, and multiuse Baby Balm—plus a pack of all-important Baby Wipes (an essential item for newborns). As a bonus, you get a 100% cotton washcloth for bathtime.
When it comes to the best gifts for new moms, this self-care set is a favorite, and all three products are made with clean ingredients that moisturize and support skin during pregnancy and postpartum. Our Relaxing Body Wash and Relaxing Body Lotion have a gently citrusy, aromatherapeutic scent to help create the perfect restorative bath ritual, while our ultra-rich Belly Butter helps to nourish dry, tight skin and reduce the appearance of stretch marks. The set also includes a dry brush for boosting circulation and energizing skin.
Newborns’ skin is delicate and doesn’t produce much oil. This sulfate-free, non-irritating formula won’t strip much-needed moisture from hair and skin, so it’s a great choice for babies. This bestseller comes in two plant-derived scents—sweet, soft Vanilla + Ylang Ylang, and flowery, botanical Rose + Geranium—plus a fragrance-free version for extra-sensitive littles.
Baby skin loses moisture more quickly than adult skin, which is why a gentle everyday lotion is so important; this lightweight, head-to-toe formula absorbs quickly, replenishes skin’s natural moisture, and is clinically shown to moisturize for up to 24 hours after a single application. As always, it’s made with clean ingredients like squalane to keep baby’s skin happy.
This soothing salve creates a protective barrier to prevent rashes from breaking out. Regular application is your best preventative measure, but if and when rashes occur, this relieves irritation and redness super-quickly. What better gift could a new mom or newborn ask for?