Retail Vendor Receives High Recognition!

Posted on: October 15th, 2015 by Rob Baumhover


Congratulations to Earth Mama Angel Baby on their acknowledgement as a safer, all-natural product alternative to conventional perinatal care! In a recent article, “Implementing the Use of Chemical-Free Products in a Perinatal Unit,” Earth Mama was named the choice product for hospitals seeking healthier products for their patients.

Earth Mama Angel Baby“This is great news for patients, families, and hospital staff,” says Melinda Olson, nurse, product formulator and Mama in Charge of Earth Mama Angel Baby. “Consumers, including hospitals, believe the FDA or another industry group is evaluating personal care products for toxic ingredients and safety, and that is simply not true.”

Earth Mama Angel Baby is dedicated to formulating natural, organic and safe products for pregnancy, breastfeeding and baby care. Earth Mama combines traditional plant medicine practices with evidence-based research to formulate natural and safe products for mothers and babies.

In the article, authors Anne Brower, Lisa Trefz, Cathie Burns and the Theta Tau Maternal-Child Health Nurse Leadership Academy explain their work with Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton, Ohio. Their project focused around a desire for the hospital to identify, adopt and increase awareness of the use of chemical-free products in perinatal hospital units. Through their research, product comparison testing, and implementation, Earth Mama Angel Baby products like Angel Baby Body Wash & Shampoo, Angel Baby Bottom Balm, Angel Baby Oil and Natural Nipple Butter were named the safer, chemical-free alternative to conventional, and potentially toxic perinatal products.

If you’re interested in learning more about Earth Mama’s natural, free product assortment, email Sales Mama at [email protected] or visit their VGM Members only web portal where you’ll find their full product portfolio, as well as additional educational resources for staff education or merchandising. Click here and create an account for their Members Only page and click here to view their educational resources.