Our natural products are proudly made in Canada, and they are created with our signature blend of delicate and remedy-based ingredients, especially for your little ones.
After years of struggling with my own baby’s eczema and dermatitis-prone skin, I began to do research for a baby-friendly line that would help all babies. I came up with a collection based on the Bliss Botanical values of style and function, as well as with the passion I have for creating products that are healthy for your skin and the planet. Our number one priority has been to ensure that all of our offerings are made with only high-quality, original origin ingredients to care for your skin and your baby’s delicate skin.
Not all babies have the same skin type. Since their sensitive skin is still developing, it’s important to choose products based on their individual needs. That’s why the Bliss + Bloom includes products for four different skin types that include customized, all-natural, organic-based ingredients that benefit each skin type.
*Due to our products being all natural and organic the consistency and colour may vary.
Baby Skin Types
Soft and smooth most of the time
Slightly rough and flaky
Recurring irritation that comes & goes
Very itchy with occasional red patches
What’s in our products
The Bliss + Bloom Paediatric Skincare Line pampers and remedies different skin types of babies and toddlers with natural and organic ingredients that are thoughtfully crafted and fuelled by the healing power of plant-based botanicals. We believe that baby products should be mindfully made and luxurious without compromise. Only the highest quality ingredients go into each and every product. That means no mineral oils, no drying sulphites, no parabens, phthalate-free, preservative-free, and alcohol-free.
What is in our products
Bliss + Bloom was designed to replenish, soothe, and maintain a healthy and moisturized skin barrier to ensure your little one’s comfort and wellbeing. Bliss + Bloom is formulated with Bliss Botanicals complex and made with organic plant-based ingredients.
free of parabens, phthalates, fragrances, preservatives, colourants, alcohol, and mineral oil
approved by dermatolagists and paediatricians
never tested on animals
earth-friendly bottles (HDPE and PETE plastic)
What is not in our products
Bliss + Bloom ensures that each product is both safe and effective for your baby. We take pride in the extensive list of what is not in the ingredients.
Fragrance or colour: can cause severe irritation for a baby’s skin.
Petroleum gel: this byproduct of petroleum refining is damaging for health if ingested and can damage the skin with prolonged use. It blocks pores on skin and dust particles stick to it, increasing the change of developing an infection.
Carbomer: this potential allergen and irritant is widely used as a thickener (or emulsifier) and stabilizer in creams and lotions. This can cause irritation to the skin and eyes.
Benzene: this commonly used disinfectant and germ-killer is a potent poison and is one of the most poisonous pollutants found in the air. This can damage bone marrow and cause cancer.
Synthetic Alcohol: can be toxic and even carcinogenic. Used in many creams and lotions.
Glycols: these are carcinogenic and mutagenic.
Para Aminobenzoic Acid: used mostly in skin creams and sun screen lotions and can cause severe irritations, photo sensitivity, skin disorders, and toxicity.
Phosphoric Acid: widely used in creams. It can cause irritations.
Polysorbate-n (20-85): this is also used as an emulsifier in baby creams and lotions but it can cause skin sensitizing and irritations.
Polyquaternium: a dangerous compound that can even be lethal in certain cases. This results in all the adverse side effects ranging from causing irritations and being fatally allergenic, to being carcinogenic and highly toxic.
What essential oils are safe to use on baby.
SAFE TO USE ON BABIES:
Steam distilled Lavender, vanilla, steam distilled grapefruit, mint, peppermint, dill, rose, Chamomile, steam distilled lemon, mandarin (tangerine), steam distilled eucalyptus, steam distilled Sage, Sunflower oil, citronella, thyme
Perform a patch test
Apply a small (no larger than a dime) amount of diluted essential oil to a baby’s leg or arm.
Wait for 24 hours to see if there is a reaction.
If a reaction occurs, discontinue use (a reaction would likely cause redness, inflammation, or be painful to the touch).
If no reaction occurs, it is likely safe to move forward with applying the essential oil.
Triethanolamine: this is used in baby lotions and creams and is a severe irritant to the skin and eyes. It can cause dermatitis and can be carcinogenic as well.
Toluene: is a toxin that may cause birth defects and developmental problems in children of pregnant women who have had extended exposure.
Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP): is a commonly used plasticizer and has been linked to cancer.
Formaldehyde: is a known human carcinogen, a factor directly involved in causing cancer.
Formaldehyde Resin: is a derivative of Formaldehyde. It is not as toxic as Formaldehyde but can be an allergen.
Ingredients with known or suspected safety concerns.
Ingredients prone to impurities with known or suspected safety concerns.
Ingredients made from petroleum (unless they are nature identical).
Synthetic preservatives (unless they are nature identical).
Synthetic polymers and other synthetic ingredients (do not exist in nature)
Ingredients not easily biodegradable
Ingredients derived from harming animals
Frequently Asked Questions
About caring for Baby’s precious skin
Q. How do you treat cradle cap?
A. Cradle cap is a yellowish, patchy, greasy, scaly, and/or crusty skin rash that occurs on the scalp of newborns.
Q. What is baby eczema?
A. Baby eczema (or dermatitis) appears as red, oily, or dry patches of skin, and is usually itchy and rough. For babies who are predisposed to eczema, the first rashes typically appear around two to six months. It often starts as a pink, flaky rash on the cheeks and chin in young babies and may look like acne. The skin lacks a strong barrier to the outside world so it can become easily irritated and sensitive.
Baby eczema could be caused by genetics and/or environmental. Factors such as:
Dry skin (this can be seasonal)
Irritants (such as soaps, household detergents, wool, polyester)
Heat and/or sweating
Infection (weak immunity)
Allergens (pet dander, pollen, dust)
Q. What causes diaper rash?
Friction: Most diaper rash is caused by friction that develops when by wet diapers. This rash appears red and shiny in the area where the diaper has rubbed and is normally not seen in the folds of the skin.
Irritation: The skin under the diaper gets red from irritants such as feces, urine, or cleaning agents. Irritation can be caused by diapers or by acid in urine and feces.
Allergic reaction: The rash may be a reaction to diaper wipes, diapers, laundry detergent, soap, lotion, or elastic in plastic pants.
Q. What is Seborrhea?
A. This is an oily, yellow-colored rash that may also be seen in other areas of the body, such as the face, head, and neck.