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05-02-2015 18:42 #11
05-02-2015 18:44 #12
Bubs with dry skin
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.
05-02-2015 20:28 #13
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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05-02-2015 21:49 #15
05-02-2015 21:54 #16
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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