Eco Essentials To Pack In Your Hospital Bag For Labor, Delivery & Baby’s Arrival

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Push Pack

Most hospital stays are now a minimum of two nights, which means you need to pack all of your own toiletries unless you want to use the toxic brands most hospitals provide. Buying travel size products can be time consuming and expensive! That’s why the Push Pack is an essential when packing for your hospital birth. The Push Pack is filled with eco-friendly products that include shampoo, conditioner, a washcloth, body wash, make-up remover, toothpaste, deodorant wipes, razor and shaving cream, comb, hair band, socks, disposable underwear, pads, breast pads, pen and thank you cards, gum, Preggie Pop, Bellybar, oatmeal, nipple cream, playing cards, and more!

+ Push Pack $65

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Birth & Baby Kit

Earth Mama Angel Baby’s Birth & Baby Travel Kit is the perfect solution for mama’s and newborns for their hospital stay. Every baby deserves a toxin free first bath! The kit includes must have essentials like New Mama Bottom Spray and Mama Bottom Balm (perfect for sore mama parts!), Organic Monthly Comfort Tea, Organic Milkmaid Tea, Natural Nipple Butter, Angel Baby Shampoo & Body Wash, Angel Baby Oil, Angel Baby Bottom Balm, and Angel Baby Lotion. You can purchase the kit in a travel size or full size so you can continue to use the products once you get home.

+ Earth Mama Angel Baby Birth & Baby Kit $29.03

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