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Oilatum is right for the whole family!
Oilatum isn’t just great for managing dry skin conditions in adults, but can help to soothe dry skin in children too!
Oilatum Junior is a range of emollients and dry skin-friendly bath time products that will soothe even the most sensitive skin.
If you’re a parent who’s been frustrated while trying to manage your little one’s dry skin condition, like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, or just regular dry skin, then Oilatum could help.
These products are designed with children’s sensitive skin in mind, so you know that they’ll be perfect for keeping your little one feeling comfortable while caring for their dry, itchy, irritated skin.
Oilatum cream can even help to relieve the urge to itch for up to 8 hours after each use, helping to break that itch-scratch cycle which can make dry skin so much worse.
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What is light liquid paraffin?
Light liquid paraffin is a substance that you might also know as mineral oil.
Light liquid paraffin is often used in emollients to create a protective barrier over the skin, helping to keep moisture locked into the skin.
It can also help to protect sensitive skin from irritants with this barrier, helping to keep your skin from reacting to soaps, detergents, or other things that aggravate your dry skin condition.
Can I use Oilatum on my baby?
All Oilatum Junior products are perfect for babies from the very first day, making them perfect for even your littlest little one.
Some regular Oilatum products may be suitable for children as well as adults, but make sure that you speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using a product on your child if you are ever unsure.
Where do people get eczema?
Eczema can break out anywhere on the body but it's most common in the following areas: