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    Default Natural products for babies???

    Hi all,

    So I want to try & use some natural products on my sons skin... Does anyone have any recommendations for bath stuff? I want to cut out johnsons as I've noticed my son breaks out on the face whenever we use it....

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    Gaia
    Organic and no nasties and Australian

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    Thank you... Where abouts can you get them???

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    We use Gaia. National Pharmacies have a decent range. Also some Coles/Woolies stock it too. Otherwise online

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    Aromababy, it's organic and australian made too. You can get it from their website www.aromababy.com and he site probably lists it's stockists too

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    Moogoo is great. Or just plain coconut oil. Thats all I used for my newborn.

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    Thank you so much everyone! I've heard coconut oil is great! I love coconut, so I would love that! Where do you usually get coconut oil from?? Like a health food shop??

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    I dont use anything in the bath - just water. You could try just a really natural soap like willows natural castile soap.

    for other baby stuff we use miessence, dr bonners (organic) and badger balm (organic). I buy them all online from a shop in VIC.

    You could look into little innocents (sp?) i think they do a bubble bath liquid.
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    I just use water in the bath. Although I have used oats on occasion. Shampoo we use the ecostore which we bought from Woolies. Also use coconut oil which is from the health food shop. Also got moo goo as well.


 

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