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    Default Barrier balm / cream for newborn??

    Hi,

    Any recommendations for a good barrier balm / cream for a newborn?

    We are due in Sept (first child) & trying to get organised

    Thanks!

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    Sudo cream. Used it for 7 years, love it!

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    Bepanthen is the best we've used. The ointment, not the cream.

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    Desitin best I have found

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    Lucas paw paw cream. It is good for bums and for mum nipples if they start to crack.

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    When my DS was a newbie I really like Buds Baby Bum Balm. It's a little pricey but lasts a while. DS had quite sensitive skin when he was little and this stuff was the best for him. I got it from a shop called bkind - they have a great online store as well.

    Now he's a little older I use Sudocream. Works great.

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