Earth Mama Angel Baby
Contact Info
Email: mama@earthmamaangelbaby.com
Contact: Melinda Olson, Founder/CEO
Phone: (503)607-0607
Fax: (503)607-0667
Street Address
9866 SE Empire Ct..
Oregon City, OR 97045
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Products
Cosmetics/Personal Care
- Aromatherapy Products
- Baby Products
- Balms/Ointments/Salves
- Bath Products
- Feminine Products, Natural
- Lip Care Products
- Lotions/Creams
- Massage Products
- Moisturizers
- Oils
- Shampoo
- Soaps/Cleansers
Foods
- Beverages, Organic
- Herb Tea
- Kosher Foods/Halal-Certified
- Organic Foods (Certified)
- Tea
Herbs
- Beverages, Teas
Vitamins/Supplements
- Breast Care
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About Us

Description of Products: Clinically tested, toxin-free, organic & natural herbal bodycare products & USDA Certified 100% Organic teas to support the common discomforts of pregnancy, labor, postpartum recovery, breastfeeding and baby.

Who's Who

Year Founded: 2002

Founder: Melinda Olson

Key Personnel:
Don Olson, Pres.
Melinda Olson, Founder

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