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    I love the Milk Baby products.

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    I've used Burts Bees, Gaia and Avado and liked them all, although I mainly used water. I'm not sure about the other brand you mentioned though sorry.

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    MooGoo here

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    We still pretty much use only water on our 2 year old. When she was still using a baby bath I added Burt's Bees bath oil to the water (smelled divine, I think it was apricot) but I don't anymore cos it makes our bath slippery.

    We use Burt's bees shampoo on her hair.

    She's never had any skin problems.

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    Water here. The only wash they get is when they have a shower with a parent and we use a soap free organic wash so they get the soapy water under us.


 

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