Review of Suave Kids Naturals Head- to-Toe Wash (Soothing Lavender)

Early this year, I purchased a new head-to-toe wash from Robinsons Supermarket to try at home. What really enticed me to buy Suave Kids Naturals Head-to-Toe Wash (Soothing Lavender) is the price. A 665-ml bottle costs only Php212.50. Another lure of the product is the cute graphics on its plastic bottle; an adorable, smiling, little bee hovers around a bunch of lavender flowers.

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Suave Kids Naturals Head-to-Toe Wash (Soothing Lavender), Php212.50

How to Use:
Hair: Apply a small amount to wet hair. Body: Squeeze a gumball-sized amount onto your hands or a washcloth and rub all over your body.

What I Like about This Product:
• It is hypoallergenic.
• It has no dyes formula.
• It gently cleans hair and skin.
• It has lavender extracts that calm, soothe and relax mind and body.
• It leaves a subtle, fresh (baby powder) fragrance.
• It leaves the skin soft and smooth.
• It is tear-free.
• It has a nice packaging.
• It’s economical.
• At the back of the bottle is a trivia that kids will surely find interesting.

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What You Might Not Like about This Product:
• It has SLS (Sodium Laureth Sulfate).
• It takes longer to rinse, especially if you’ve squeezed a lot onto your washcloth or hands.

Have you tried this product already? Do you like it?

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14 Responses to Review of Suave Kids Naturals Head- to-Toe Wash (Soothing Lavender)

  1. I’ve seen this product at SM Supermarket before, and yes, the packaging sure is eye-catching. 🙂

  2. Love the cute packaging, I’ll try to look for it next grocery session. My kids use Suave but the 2-in-1 shampoo and conditioner kids variants.

  3. Lainy says:

    I haven’t tried this as yet but it looks like a reliable product. 212.50 is not that bad.

  4. Nova says:

    I’m sure with the scent lavender it smells really good. and the price wasn’t bad, but for a bottle? for me I would go with the bar soap instead. thanks for sharing your review.

  5. Seems like this is a good wash that will gives us savings on shampoo spending!

  6. Eileen says:

    I might want to check this out. I am constantly finding ways to reduce cost around the house and that would probably help a lot. In our house, there are different shampoos based on “whims” and then some would want body wash, others need bath soap. Suave Kids Lavander Head to Toe wash will be in my grocery list this payday. (I hope they have smaller sized bottles)

  7. Lavender is such a soothing product for kids. This sounds like a good one.

  8. Hazel JL says:

    I use Baby Boo Bamboo for my boys, it is sulphate-free, made from organic and natural ingredients, Paraben and DEA. It is also easy to rinse plus it smells so good and it does not make my kid’s skin dry. I hope you can find it also there because it is really good.

  9. papaleng says:

    200+ is reasonable enough for this product. Sad to say, ‘bald’ image na ako.

  10. that is the shampoo that my kids used in the shower too

  11. Thanks for the great review! I must admit that I have not heard that Suave has a line for kids. When I go to the supermarket or big box stores here, the more popular ones are J&J or any bottle with a cartoon character on it! Lavender is a popular scent for babies too and have used baby lotion with lavender in it.

  12. Juliana says:

    I’m not aware of brands of toiletries available for kids. Palibhasa, childless. But this lavender wash must be so mild. I love lavender scent , btw.

  13. Shengkay says:

    the price is a catch…i would also buy that if i saw that..but i am not a robinson shopper…i’m more of SM and Gaisano.

  14. Marie says:

    Haven’t tried Suave ever. But the price is good, maybe I’ll give it a try, if I find it here! 🙂

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