Burt's Bees Products
I love these products because they are Sodium Lauryl/Laurenth Sulfate free, Paraben Free and Phthalate Free (all chemicals that I don't particularly want on my sweet baby), they are 96.08% natural, not tested on animals and the bottles are produced with 80% post-consumer recycled material.
Now that all that important stuff is out of the way, Burt's Bees products also smell delicious and leaves Lucy's skin oh-so-soft. We use the Baby Bee Shampoo & Wash, the Apricot Baby Oil (I use a couple drops of this in her cloth wipes solution along with Castille Soap and Water) and the Baby Bee Buttermilk Lotion. I've also heard that the Mama Bee Belly Butter is awesome for growing pregnancy bellies, I never got to use it but I have heard it works wonders. Burt's Bees is fairly pricey, if you compare it to Johnson's products, but I think it is worth the extra $$. Love it! I buy mine at Fred Meyer or Target.
NOTE: It has been brought to my attention that Burt's Bees has recently been sold to Clorox (thanks GHW!), which isn't exactly the most "green" company. I searched around on the internet and while still feel that the ingredients are still natural I came across an interesting article in the NY Times: "Can Burt's Bees Turn Clorox Green?" http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/06/business/06bees.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1. Another option is California Baby, www.californiababy.com, (which we use for face moisturizer for Lucy AND myself), and Belli Baby products, www.belliskincare.com (which we use for baby powder and baby lotion), both also excellent natural choices which I will review in the future!
"We make people's lives better every day — naturally."
-Burt's Bees Mission Statement
ps. Last day for questions as I'm going to try to post my Q & A post this evening!