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    If you don't mind parting with some money on some awesome shampoo, order Dirty Baby off the net. It's BEAUTIFUL!

    If money is a bit of an issue, go with Gaia (so long as there are no skin problems)

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    I use tea tree shampoo on DS. It was the only thing that got rid of his dry scaly scalp. It is fairly expensive though.

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Can I ask what's wrong with Johnson and Johnson? Only coz that's what I use (the soap) for DS and I don't want to keep using it if there's something bad in the ingredients.

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    We use Gaia smells nice and meant to be organic..

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    http://mobile.news.com.au/business/b...-1226451267784

    One of the most recent news article updates on J and J finally bowing to public pressure to remove known dangerous chemicals from their baby products - pretty much for the last 50 odd years people have been using toxic chemicals on their babies , I also would never intentionally buy J&J because of their animal testing

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    I use burts bees.. A bit pricey but it smells so good and is pretty natural

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    Default Re: What shampoo for bubs?

    Ive been washing their hair in QV body wash because both of them have been getting just a bit of very mild eczema so figured I'd use nothing or qv like to dislodge sand from jaspers scalp.

    I'm not sure if that's bad or weird using body wash on their heads!

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    MooGoo for the whole family here

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    Quote Originally Posted by adden View Post
    I use burts bees.. A bit pricey but it smells so good and is pretty natural
    Me too and love it

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    Default What shampoo for bubs?

    DD puts dinner in her hair every night and I just rinse it under the shower head- up nice and close to gently blast the food out. Her hair is lovely and soft not knotty or smelly


 

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