Before AnnDrew was born, I always saw Dreft on the shelves in the store but never actually used it. I remember my mom telling me to go buy some so I can wash all of the baby clothes before she was born. It is best to wash your baby’s new clothes (with a gentle detergent) before the baby wears them for the first time. This will help to remove any substances or dust on them that may irritate the baby’s skin. All of AnnDrew’s clothes were washed in Dreft, so they were ready and waiting for her. Oh and man, THE SMELL…so good! It smells like baby powder so it gets you excited and ready to see your baby (even more than you already could be). You will just want to sniff the clothes all day!
I wanted to let you all know about the new Dreft purtouch, a 65% plant-based baby detergent andddd it is hypoallergenic. This is their new new and I am digging it! I like that its 65% plant-based. There are so many products out now that have all types of hidden ingredients, so anything natural or organic, I am into. Dreft is already the #1 pediatrician-recommended baby detergent brand, and this new Dreft purtouch is another option for parents who are seeking products with natural-based ingredients. For all of you moms that research everything like myself, Dreft Purtouch is free of dyes, chlorine, phosphates, ethanolamine and optical brighteners.
Now for the real scoop! I’ve washed clothes with poop and food stains on them and Dreft got them out. All of you mamas know that those poop stains are no joke! It seems like the second it touches fabric, its stained forever. Dreft says they get out 99% of stains, but in my experience it was 100%. Y’all Know AnnDrew is a baby fashionista. Well, I have always washed all of her clothes with Dreft and none have ever faded or anything.
Here are some fun facts for you regarding the product:
- 65% Bio-based (certified through USDA BioPreferred program)
- Formula made with 100% renewable wind power electricity
- Formula is made at a zero manufacturing waste to landfill site
- 100% recyclable bottle
- Safe in septic tanks
- Bottle made from 25% or more post-consumer recycled plastic
I also linked this video for you to watch that has all the scoop on the product. Some people are more visual, so this will be better 😉
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I really like the product and would say all moms should have it!
I am working with Dreft for this post.