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    I've been using qv wash but it leaves a terrible smell.
    I'll go and have a look also.
    Curash is too mild.
    I'm surprised no one mentioned Johnsons
    Thank you all

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    I use moogoo on my kids. Their whole range is amazing.

    Johnsons gave my son eczema (too much fragrance) and I haven't touched any of it since he was a baby. I heard something about carcinogenic ingredients too but I would imagine they would have had to change that by now!

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    Johnsons is crap, nobody uses it anymore from what I've heard.

    has anyone used little innoscents? I've got a couple of products ready to go for my bub and little innoscents is one of the brands. supposed to be organic etc etc

    I've also bought Gaia and have some moogoo.

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    I just use water, especially when new. Rarely any soap, shampoo or moisturisers. If they need something, I will put coconut oil in their bath (just don't put their hair in). It helps with any mozzie bites/cuts/itches and moisturises.

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    Gaia. It's great. Been using it for over 4 years. Our whole family uses it so I don't need to worry about buying multiple products.

    I've used Little Innoscents vapour rub and nappy cream and like them but haven't tried the body wash.

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    DS has eczema so I use nothing in his bath and no soaps. Gaia shampoo and moisturiser. Moo goo made his skin worse!

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    another product I have used which has a nice smell is sukin. I think you can get those at woollies or priceline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubintummy View Post
    I use moogoo on my kids. Their whole range is amazing.

    Johnsons gave my son eczema (too much fragrance) and I haven't touched any of it since he was a baby. I heard something about carcinogenic ingredients too but I would imagine they would have had to change that by now!
    The baby powder that they produce uses a formaldehyde byproduct I think, something like that. It was one of the reasons I didn't use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misho View Post
    The baby powder that they produce uses a formaldehyde byproduct I think, something like that. It was one of the reasons I didn't use it.
    moogoo you mean or johnsons?

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    Mustela! Nice and gentle and smells so good


 

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