Skip to main content Foam Body Soap wins the "ninaru Mama Best 2022" award goods have taken 1st place and the Excellence Award in the “ninaru Mama Best 2022” competition, chosen by votes of many mothers in Japan. ended 2021 year with one award and started 2022 with another one! "ninaru Mama Best 2022" is a competition where winners are chosen by users of the Japanese applications "ninaru", for pregnant mothers, and “ninaru baby”, intended for their childcare. Mothers were asked to answer a questionnaire on childcare goods that they had actually used and give them a score evaluating their satisfaction with the products. This year has become the third consecutive year of winning for Foam Body Soap, obtaining 1st place, while the other product – Foam Body Soap Moisturizing – won the Excellence Award., designed to be as gentle to the most sensitive skins, it's constantly developing and improving, taking into account both parents and their babies comfort and safety. arau. baby Foam Body Soap is a foamed body soap that can wash your baby's entire body from head (and hair) to toes, while Foam Body Soap Moisturizing has additional botanical extracts, such as chamomile and sage leaf, for even better moisturization. No synthetic surfactants are used in a formulation, as well as no additives such as synthetic fragrances, colorants, or preservatives. We have also conducted safety tests* to ensure that mothers and fathers wouldn’t have to worry about anything. 

We are happy and honored that our efforts to make childcare products that give peace of mind resonated with mothers' hearts. will continue improving further so that your precious time with your baby is filled only with joyful and pleasant moments.

(*) Tested for skin irritation, skin allergies, and infant safety by a dermatologist (In some rare cases skin irritation and allergies may still occur.)

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