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5 Products the YJ Editors Love

Here’s what’s trending this month among Yoga Journal editors (and their little ones at home).

Here’s what’s trending this month among Yoga Journal editors (and their little ones at home).

Yuni No-Rinse Body Cleansing Foam 
and Aromatic Body Mist

Yuni No-Rinse Body Cleansing Foam 
and Aromatic Body Mist

Made by yogis, this luxuriously aromatic product line (the fragrance is derived from essential oils) lets you have your yoga and feel shower-fresh, too. ($19 and $25, yunibeauty.com)

See also 2015 Natural Beauty Awards

Once Upon a Farm Baby Food Squeeze Packets

Once Upon a Farm Baby Food Squeeze Packets

These organic fruit, vegetable, and grain blends— made with freshness-enhancing HPP technology— provide delicious veggies for your toddler. Try Chocolate Ever After, a combo of cacao, bananas, avocados, and berries. ($3, uponafarm.com)

See also Deepak Chopra’s Meditation to Inspire Children

Lucky Iron Fish

Lucky Iron Fish

When you buy and cook with a Lucky Iron Fish, you not only boost your family’s iron levels, but the company will donate one to a family in Cambodia or another country where iron deficiency is an urgent healt hproblem.($25 ,luckyironfish.com)

See also The Yogi’s Guide to Buying, Storing + Cooking with Healthy Oils

Spire breath tracker

Spire breath tracker

A pedometer for the soul, this elegant tracker monitors your breath, movement, and calories burned, and reminds you to breathe. Think: wearable personal mindfulness coach. ($150, spire.io)

See also Research Says: Can’t Sleep? Try Yoga

Neshama Project Mini Leah Rose Gold Chain

Neshama Project Mini Leah Rose Gold Chain

Neshama Project founder Rachelle Tratt donates a percentage of each sale to innovative organiza- tions, one hamsa—a symbol of blessing and pro- tection—at a time. ($90, theneshamaproject.com)

See also What Are Mala Beads? + How Do I Use Them?