Aura Cacia Clearing Foam Bath for Kids

Filed under: Gear Guides: Toddlers & Preschoolers, Gear Guides: Big Kids

Soothe your child's stuffy nose with a calming eucalyptus bath. Credit: Amazon


With over-the-counter children's cough and cold medicines coming under major scrutiny from the Food and Drug Administration, many parents are searching for alternative ways to soothe those stuffy little noses.

Made with natural essential oils, Aura Cacia Clearing Foam Bath for Kids is a great way to help temporarily clear clogged sinuses and suppress a cough without added chemical ingredients or potentially unsafe medications.

A blend of 100 percent pure eucalyptus and citrus, Aura Cacia Clearing Foam Bath is gently formulated for everyday use and contains no sodium lauryl/laureth sufate, synthetic parabens or synthetic fragrances, colors or preservatives.

Bonus: Your kids will love it because it's foamy.

Available at Amazon for $13.29 (Pack of 6)
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