The shower, once a simple everyday part of life, has probably -- oddly -- become one of the more difficult things you accomplish as a new mom. But once you’re in there, it’s your sanctuary (even if it only last about 2.5 minutes before you hear the baby crying in the other room). Our dear friends at Weleda know how important those short few minutes can be and are pampering one lucky mama and her babe with a bathtime package filled with Wild Rose body lotion, Wild Rose body oil, Wild Rose body wash, for mama and Calendula shampoo and body wash, and the Calendula lotion for the little one. The fatty acid antioxidants, vitamins A and E that are highly concentrated in the organic rosehip seed oil will leave your skin glowing all day right up until baby’s calming Calendula bathtime. Go ahead and enter lady! You deserve this one.

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