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    Just water, most of the time. Liquid soap for hand wash, baby shampoo if there's something IN their hair, dermeze body wash if they have gotten really dirty/oily... But otherwise just water.

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    I use coconut oil in the bath. You can buy it at the supermarket or in larger quantities from the health food store. You only need a couple of tablespoons. It is anti bacterial, anti fungal and a moisturiser as well. DS2 and I both suffer with excess and psoriasis so have very sensitive skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by binnielici View Post
    I use coconut oil in the bath. You can buy it at the supermarket or in larger quantities from the health food store. You only need a couple of tablespoons. It is anti bacterial, anti fungal and a moisturiser as well. DS2 and I both suffer with excess and psoriasis so have very sensitive skin.
    Can you show me a photo of the coconut oil

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1455266011.411037.jpg

    This is the brand I buy at Costco - I decant it into smaller containers/jars as I use it in a verity of way around the house.

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    I use/d a mix of moogoo (from chemist/health food store), Cetaphil (chemist - they now have a specific baby range I saw in Big W), Gaia (from priceline/pharmacy/woolworths and coles).

    All are gentle for skin with a gentle scent.


 

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