I'm pretty sure you can get avocado and almond oil from the supermarket. I had avocado oil but found it a bit green and it smelled strongly of avocado. Almond is nice though. My coconut oil doesn't have a fragrance, but you can add nice essential oils if you wanted to.
I'm not sure if someone already suggested it, but you could just add a bit of olive oil to her bath water.
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16-03-2012 23:44 #31
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17-03-2012 00:28 #33
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17-03-2012 12:09 #34
Nada, nothing as his skin is so angelic and soft anyway there's no need.
But I still use baby powder when nappy changing as its so nice and makes sure his bottom is all sweet and dry before nappy goes on,
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17-03-2012 22:09 #35
Loco, I get mine from our local IGA. It's just the type you cook with.
When I was pregnant my midwife told me to never put anything on my bub that I couldn't eat myself. So no johnson n Johnson or any chemical/perfumed crap.
I love the smell of the avo oil. I think it smells delicious and 'earthy'.
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17-03-2012 22:13 #36
Nope, nothing. I'm a lazy Mummy
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17-03-2012 22:17 #37
17-03-2012 22:31 #38
I used a Burt's Bees baby bath oil in her baby bath, and sometimes massaged her with a Gaia oil after bath. Once we switched her to our bath we had to stop using oil as it made our shower/bath slippery.
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17-03-2012 23:00 #39
Yes, I use a Gaia moisturiser or Milk Baby massage oil (both all natural/organic) after every bath while massaging DS. It relaxes him for sleep.
I also use Gaia shampoo as I luuurve his hair smelling gorgeous
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17-03-2012 23:12 #40
DD1 i never used any creams - she has great skin.
DD2 has the same dry skin as i do so she gets smothered in cream after her bath. i vary it sorbolene, moogoo, dermaveen and at the moment goats milk body lotion
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