Introducing, Meow Meow Tweet Baby

May 26, 2015

We believe that a nontoxic lifestyle should start at, well…the start!

From ten little fingers to ten tiny toes and every inch of delicate skin in between, Meow Meow Tweet Baby has been carefully crafted to keep your baby soft, comfortable and above all, safe from potentially toxic ingredients by using only the purest, plant-derived formulas. 

After falling in love with her nephew and her best friend’s new bub, Co-Founder Tara Pelletier knew that such little beings needed products of the most gentle variety. For three years, Tara worked closely with these new moms to create products that, although they were created with the vegan family in mind, remain accessible to all parents. MMT Baby debuts with four fundamental products that can be applied separately or combined to create more targeted options. The body oil, powder, balm and wash each delivers the utmost care using only certified organic plant oils and butters, essential oils and botanicals. Introduce your bub to the world with beautifully pure and gentle ingredients that deliver seriously effective results in fun, whimsical packaging!

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