Hello Bello for Walmart

In a video message earlier this year, Hollywood's most adorable—and relatable—couple, Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, introduced their line of premium baby products, Hello Bello, in the cutest way. Playing the role of the viewer's parents, the pair gave a cheeky explanation of why their new brand is boss. "Your mom decided what was in it, and your dad decided how much it was gonna cost," they said.

They pretty much nailed it. The eco-conscious baby brand and Walmart exclusive is all about affordability: plant-based products available at budget-friendly prices. What's more, Hello Bello's packaging is good stuff, too. Kristen and Dax made sure that everything can be easily recyclable, and the designs are, well, just as adorable as the duo. Baby diapers covered with colorful sloths? It's so Kristen to feature her favorite sleepy animal on environmentally-friendly diapers.

From diapers and baby wipes to shampoo and body wash to sunscreen and laundry detergent, Hello Bello offers parents everything they need to keep baby clean, safe, and healthy.

Check out some are some of our favorites here.

Hello Bello Diapers Jumbo Pack

With patterns like these, who needs pants? Their new fall patterns are sure to keep your baby dry in style. Hello Bello's eco-friendly and hypoallergenic diapers come in such stylish prints as sleepy sloths (of course), colorful cacti, black cats for Halloween, and hilarious poop emojis. And speaking of, ahem, poop—the diaper's plant-derived core liners impressively absorb up to 50x its weight in fluid, so baby stays dry for a loooooong time.

Price $7.97

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Hello Bello Diaper Bag

Designed with thoughtful details for moms and dads, this new minimalist grey diaper bag backpack features a travel-sized changing pad, nine pockets for diapers, toys and snacks, and an insulated area to keep bottles cool. But our favorite detail has to be the side pocket with a handy cut-out for baby wipes, making it easy to clean up messes on the go.

Price $29.98

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Hello Bello Premium Baby Oil

Some mamas prefer plant-based oils to mineral oil, which is why Hello Bello uses nourishing—and natural—baobab, tamanu, and jojoba oils to moisturize baby's delicious rolls. Plus, it's fragrance- free, so even family members with sensitive sniffers can indulge baby in a mini massage after bath time.

Price: $5.98

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Hello Bello Premium Bubble Bath in Lavender

What's more enjoyable than watching a happy baby splish splashing in a bubble bath? Putting a sleepy baby to bed afterward! This bubble bath calms your little one with a soft lavender scent while soothing their sensitive skin with a combo of organic aloe vera, calendula, cucumber and avocado extracts.

Price: $5.98 - $11.11

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Hello Bello Premium Baby Lotion in Vanilla Apricot

Hello Bello's shea butter-based baby lotion will keep baby's skin soothed, smooth, and smelling sweet. Lightweight and non-greasy, it comforts sensitive skin with a blend of organic botanical extracts.

Price: $5.98 - $17.09

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Hello Bello Baby Wipes

Tender and tough just like your little one, these wipes are made from 99% water with aloe and chamomile extract to gently cleanse and medical-grade cloth to hold up against the biggest messes. Best of all, they're biodegradable, so you can feel good knowing you're keeping both your baby's bottom and the Earth clean.

Price: $5.68 - $22.23

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This article was sponsored by Walmart. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and Mamas.

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