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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    I've heard of that. Thank you.
    I'm thinking of the qv for now, as I have that on hand atm. Are you using that for dry skin or ezcema
    I use for eczema but I still use it just to keep his skin in tip top condition even when there is no eczema present. His skin is so lovely and soft all the time now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nafsika View Post
    Can I please ask which one? I've had very confusing infomation.
    You can buy it in woollies. In the cooking section. Not the oils section. They have their own brand woollies macro organic coconut oil. Not expensive either.

    ETA - this is totally an awesome tip however I don't do it because I HATE coconut so I can't stand smelling it on DS.

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    This is the one I use, I buy it from a health food store. But I'm pretty sure anything along the lines of 100% coconut oil or unrefined coconut oil etc will do the trick. I just want to avoid the possibilities of any added nasties that might aggravate his eczema so went organic etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb23 View Post
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    This is the one I use, I buy it from a health food store. But I'm pretty sure anything along the lines of 100% coconut oil or unrefined coconut oil etc will do the trick. I just want to avoid the possibilities of any added nasties that might aggravate his eczema so went organic etc.
    The woollies one is 100% pure organic with no other ingredients whatsoever. I'm pretty stringent when purchasing things for DS 's skin.

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    That's awesome. Will have to look out for it. Will save me from havin to make a special trip to the health food store. Thanks never even thought to look for it at the supermarket.

    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    The woollies one is 100% pure organic with no other ingredients whatsoever. I'm pretty stringent when purchasing things for DS 's skin.

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    Don't use any soap/washes. Even if they are gentle they are just not needed for little bubs. Water to clean and coconut oil (or another natural oil or cream) is perfect. You can also put Breastmilk on little areas- works a treat!


 

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