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    Default What bath was? Products?

    Hi all, what bath product are you using for your toddler? I'm after something gentle, with a nice scent and something that moisturising the skin also.

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    Default What bath was? Products?

    I used Gaia when mine were small.

    I always found it a good product and not super expensive.

    If they had a it of dry skin I used moo goo but none of my kids had eczema so I didn't really need to worry about that stuff too often thankfully.

    Also, I didn't worry too much about scent because the more (or yummier) it smells the more fragrance/bad chemicals were added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    I used Gaia when mine were small.

    I always found it a good product and not super expensive.

    If they had a it of dry skin I used moo goo but none of my kids had eczema so I didn't really need to worry about that stuff too often thankfully.

    Also, I didn't worry too much about scent because the more (or yummier) it smells the more fragrance/bad chemicals were added.
    Good point...

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    I use qv wash but unscented.

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    I use QV bath oil. DS gets eczema so I stay away from soaps or scented products. I moisturize him after the bath with a dermaveen cream.

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    I use the moogoo baby wash on both my girls. Neither of them have any skin issues.

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    I'm currently using Dermaveen daily nourish soap free.
    It's quite inexpensive because it's in a massive pump container.

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    I used to use Mustela Bath Wash. It is lovely and mild, but the biggest attraction is that it smells wonderful, and leaves the kids smelling great!

    Bit pricey, but worth it.

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    I use the Curash soap free. I just add it to the bath water rather than apply directly to the skin. About 10 pumps for a big bath gets lots of bubbles too which he loves


 

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