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    So I'm leaning towards sukin and goat product, isn't moo goo for dry skin etc?

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    I use moogoo and my DD doesn't have dry skin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    So I'm leaning towards sukin and goat product, isn't moo goo for dry skin etc?
    Nope. Check out their website, will tell u a bit more. Sukin is definitely cheaper tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoThisIsLove View Post
    Nope. Check out their website, will tell u a bit more. Sukin is definitely cheaper tho.
    Priceline sell the sukin brand. 😃

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    Sukin kids products or just normal sukin products?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    I know where you are coming from but everything is a chemical



    Cetaphil does not have ingredients that are 'natural' - it is formulated specifically to be gentle but its not like Moogoo for example that uses natural or naturally derived ingredients. If that makes sense.
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    Some of the ingredients aren't great eg: Methylisothiazolinone which some countries have asked cosmetic companies to remove from their products ( its a preservative) evidence suggests its neurotoxic and a known skin/ eye/ lung irritant.
    Thanks. My DS is an eczema baby but I didn't even bother to look at these products. I used rolled oats and Castile soap until recently. We have now moved onto Caroline's wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Sukin kids products or just normal sukin products?
    I'd try the kids products or contact the company, they would be able to tell you if the normal products would be suitable but I can't see why not?

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    After about 2yrs old i stopped buying 'baby' products and just squirt oatmilk body wash in the bath or onto a facewasher to wash them in the shower


 

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