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    Default What bath wash? 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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    I liked to use Gaia when DS was younger.

    At the moment I'm using The Body Shop mango bath & shower gel in his baths.

    I've worked out his skin isn't sensitive so I'll just use a squirt of whatever body wash we have at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    I liked to use Gaia when DS was younger.

    At the moment I'm using The Body Shop mango bath & shower gel in his baths.

    I've worked out his skin isn't sensitive so I'll just use a squirt of whatever body wash we have at times.
    Is that good for 2 yr old? Is it pricey?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Is that good for 2 yr old? Is it pricey?
    Both the Gaia and the Body Shop are around $10.

    The Gaia would be suitable for a 2 year old.

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    Some chemists stock Moogoo, and you'll find it in health food stores too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    Both the Gaia and the Body Shop are around $10.

    The Gaia would be suitable for a 2 year old.
    Thank you, I like the Gaia. Used it when my girl was a baby. Not sure if it caused a reaction to her, but I'll try it again I think.


 

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