From the manufacturer
Let Healthy Skin Begin
Noodle & Boo offers a comprehensive line of bath care, hair care and skin care products that nourish and protect eczema-prone and sensitive skin.
INSPIRED BY LOVE
Noodle & Boo was founded by a mama whose babies had extremely sensitive skin and eczema. Working with professionals who specialize in natural and holistic skin care, each exclusive formula is developed to nourish, replenish and protect especially delicate and sensitive skin.
AUTHENTIC BY CHOICE
Noodle & Boo is committed to creating the highest quality products using the finest ingredients. Each ingredient is chosen based on proven historical data and appropriateness for a given product, not for marketing propaganda. Ingredients are derived from natural resources and are certified organic when available and safe to use.
CLINICALLY SOUND AND BEAUTIFUL TOO
Made in the USA, our products are manufactured in FDA-approved, pharmaceutical environments to ensure product quality and integrity. Every formula is hypoallergenic and clinically tested to minimize the risk of an allergic reaction, as well as dermatologist-tested to verify optimality for skin sensitivities. Additionally, our children’s products are pediatrician-tested to ensure every consideration is taken to meet the needs of our youngest customers.
- Made with wholesome, organic, and natural ingredients for daily use.
- Our plant-based formulas are made without Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates, PPGs, and Dyes.
Tested by Noodle & Boo, LLC (3rd party testing on file)
Noodle & Boo is working towards 100% recyclable and reusable packaging.
In addition to product packaging options, we are cognizant of how our packaging and products are manufactured.
While there is added cost, we favor partners who use renewable or recycled materials and have facilities that leverage green manufacturing operations (conserve energy and prevent pollution).
We care about preserving the environment and showing kindness to every creature.
Being socially responsible is part of our culture.
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