Baby’s got 99 problems but a tummy ache ain’t one. A natural way to shoo away discomfort, this tummy rub helps calm and soothe an upset stomach with organic essential oils.
Erbaviva is a B Corp beauty brand that sources only the highest quality organic ingredients, and financially supports the BlinkNow Foundation to empower at-risk women and children in Nepal.
Why we love it
There's no better way to show your baby what a superhero you are than by rubbing their tummy troubles away. Made with organic ingredients that help soothe an upset stomach, this tummy rub is a secret weapon every parent should have. Organic marjoram essential oil promotes digestion and relieves pain, organic basil essential oil is known to treat nausea and cramps, and organic cocoa butter protects your baby’s skin with antioxidants and vitamins.
How it does good
Skincare that looks out for family
Taking care of your skin is one of the best things you can do for your body. But did you know that the average woman absorbs four pounds of chemicals into her body from the use of cosmetics every year? Erbaviva takes an organic approach to the daily skin ritual, with high quality ingredients that are safe for the whole family. Certified USDA organic, their skin care is made free from dangerous pesticides, fertilizers, and other toxic chemicals. And true to their family-centric mission, they work with the BlinkNow Foundation to support at-risk women and children in the Kopila Valley of Nepal through education and healthcare.
responsible sourcingErbaviva sources the highest quality organic ingredients from all over the world, with the utmost levels of therapeutic efficacy. They work closely with farmers and distillers who practice certified organic farming methods, protect soil, conserve water and safeguard wildlife.
supporting key causesErbaviva financially supports the BlinkNow Foundation, a nonprofit that's empowering the women and children of Nepal through their Kopila Valley Children’s Home and primary school in Surkeht. Through their partnership, the children’s home participates in projects like raising a cow, biodynamic farming, art therapy, and counseling services.