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    Have your bubs had any reactions to any of these products??

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    My DD had a VERY bad skin reaction to Gaia detangler. Not so natural when I looked at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaNurture View Post
    My DD had a VERY bad skin reaction to Gaia detangler. Not so natural when I looked at it.
    Really? What was in it?

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    I use Gaia with no probs as well as petroleum free paw paw cream

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    You can get coconut oil from health food shops and also from supermarkets, just make sure its extra virgin organic coconut oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LollyDolly View Post
    Moogoo is great. Or just plain coconut oil. Thats all I used for my newborn.
    Love Moogoo. Gaia is good too and easier to get. Coles/woolies has it but I usually find it cheaper at the discount chemists.

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    Moogoo, billy goat goats milk products, Weleda range is fantastic. We use the body wash. Ecostore seems ok. I use Natures Child wonder balm for bottom when needed.

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    DS is 6 months and so far has only had water in the shower and I make his wipes solution for using with cloth wipes from chamomile tea and a drop of moo goo soap.

    I have used a milk baby massage oil occasionally which is lovely.

    When DS really gets in to food I will start using the moo goo in the shower as I got a big pack as a gift. I would also consider milk baby.

    I got given that inoscents stuff but I don't really like it - doesn't smell great and didn't seem all that natural for a little bub although I would prob use the bubble bath when bub is bigger

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    I'd just check the ingredients. Any Sodium Laurel Sulphates, Sodium Laureth Sulphates, petro-chemicals, parabens, etc ... all of that you don't want. You don't want fragrance. You don't want colour.

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    I use Gaia and dd has had no reaction, she gets red dry skin from Johnson's too

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