The Best Baby Wash For Your Newborn

This simple “soap” recipe is the best baby wash for your newborn. It is extremely gentle on your baby’s sensitive skin, and is the perfect compliment to baby massage, as well as a warm bath. You can make this natural baby wash with just three simple ingredients: chickpea flour, milk and LOVE!

This soap gently removes excess oil from baby’s skin and cleanses their pores, leaving their skin soft as silk as a result.  Make sure you apply it warm, as well as quickly, to ensure your baby doesn’t get cold and fussy!

Making this pudding soap is simple, and is the perfect addition to your baby care routine. Use liberally the entire first year.  What a fun opportunity to give more loving energy into your precious newborn. Enjoy!

Homemade Pudding Soap: The Best Baby Wash

Author: Ameya

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Add ingredients to small saucepan and whisk until smooth.
  • Bring to a boil, stirring constantly.
  • Turn down heat as needed and continue stirring until thick and pudding-like.
  • Take off heat and cover to keep warm.
  • Use after baby massage and before the bath.
  • Apply warm.

5 Comments

  1. ~E

    I love this sweet tip/recipe! This website is such a valuable resource and a pleasure to navigate through!

    Reply
  2. Ayesha

    Lovely content!

    Reply
  3. Monika

    My 2 weeks old daughter’s skin is very dry , flakes comes off. I have used coconut oil, sesame oil , oatmeal lotions but nothing helping.
    Please suggest what can I do for her?

    Reply
    • Ameya

      Hi Monika,
      So sorry to hear your babe is going through this! Neem in sesame oil is excellent for baby skin issues. Use this on the problem areas daily.

      Reply
  4. Susana Valdivia

    Does this soap need to be made fresh for every bath? If not, how long does it last for?

    Reply

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