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    nope,never did, never had to.

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    Nothing at all. Only time I ever moisturised her was when she itty bitty brand new and had cracked skin at the fold around her ankles and wrists.

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    No, hardly ever with either, they both have good skin so never had the need. Did a couple of times on DD to help get rid of cradle cap (used baby oil), but that's it.

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    I use a lavender sorbolene cream after baths to relax them before bed. My 4 yo still asks for her cream massage at bedtime!

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    nope, just plain old water in the bath and towel dry.

    baby oil is a byproduct of petroleum....ick.....
    so are most of the bath products out there.

    if they have dry skin or eczema i use antibacterial honey or moo goo.

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    I do, because it smells beautiful and I love to give my babies a massage after their bath. I'm pretty fussy about what I use though, it has to be free of petrochemicals so all mineral oil based products are out. At the moment I'm having a treat and using L'Occitane baby lotion because Alice got some for Christmas, and when that runs out I'll go back to MooGoo. I also love almond oil.

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    I've only used coconut oil one time when her skin seemed dry. She has great skin that doesn't seem to need much fuss.

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    We used to, with Cetaphil for extra dry skin. It was the only thing that would help DS's eczema. Now we know what his trigger is (washing powder) he is all clear and we don't need to any more

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    Yeah I did when she was a baby. No idea what product as it was a long time ago now.

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    I massage my DS every night before his bath with almond oil, so the excess gets washed off in the bath (just water, maybe an organic baby soap once a week). He loves his massage and the moisturising aspect is just a bonus! He's a very tactile baby, he also loves a really firm rub down afterwards with the towel (I wrap him in it and then rub all over and he grins and babbles away)

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