Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Launch Organic, Plant-Based Baby Product Line
Everyone’s favorite celebrity couple Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard, have just launched a brand new plant-based baby product line. Hello Bello will feature diapers, wipes, lotions, shampoo, bug spray and other products that will be available online and at Walmart stores. The mostly organic, plant-based products will be sold at a third of the price of other premium brands.
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Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Launch Organic, Plant-Based Baby Product Line Hello Bello
The brand has a whole host of celebrity partners including, Kristen Bell, Dax Shepard, The Honest Company’s Sean Kane and Jay McGraw – son of Dr. Phil.
Hello Bello is set to go on sale at Walmart in store and online this week. Shepard and Bell say the brand was designed to be top quality at a more affordable price, made from mostly organic, plant-based ingredients with a friendly, inclusive ethos that mimics their relatable parenting style.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard believe that parents shouldn’t have to choose between products that are good for their babies and products that they can afford, so they created a line that will give you the best of both worlds. Creating a brand that is eco-conscious, plant-based and affordable was a no brainer for the couple.
On Instagram, Bell called Hello Bello, their ‘newest baby’.
Hello Bello product line available on Walmart.com
Vanilla apricot lotion (8.5 ounces) for $5.98.
Baby wipes 3-pack (180 count) for $5.64.
Naturally friendly natural watermelon fluoride free kids toothpaste (4.2 ounce) for $8.50.
Fresh & Fruity patterned diapers size 4 (24 count) for $7.97.
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard realized how unfair it was that most of the organic, plant-based, eco-conscious products are quite expensive, making them inaccessible to many people around the country. They chose to sell their products in Walmart because they see it as an ‘accessibility center’ and a one-stop-shop that is easier for working parents to grab everything all in one place, at an affordable price.