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We have a range of baby powders, nappy rash treatments, wipes, moisturisers and baby oils, from brands like Johnson’s, Aveeno and Baby Dove, all formulated to care for your baby or toddler’s sensitive skin.
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What is baby oil used for?
Baby oil is specially formulated to keep your baby or toddler’s delicate skin soft, healthy and moisturised.
You can use baby oil during a baby massage, which is a great way to connect with your baby and may even improve their sleep.
Please note: the NHS recommends waiting until your baby is one month old before you start using any oils or lotions.
What is baby powder?
Baby powder, or talcum powder, is designed to keep your baby’s skin cool and comfortable whilst relieving irritation caused by friction.
It’s made from the naturally occurring mineral talc, which absorbs moisture and reduces friction when powdered.
What is cradle cap?
Cradle cap is a harmless skin condition that causes babies to have patches of greasy and yellow crusts on their heads.
It can also affect other parts of the body, like the eyebrows, nose and nappy area.
To get rid of cradle cap, wash your baby’s hair regularly with mild, unperfumed baby shampoo and gently loosen the flakes with a soft brush.
You can also rub baby oil or vegetable oil to help soften the crusts, or leave petroleum jelly on overnight before washing their hair in the morning.
What is nappy rash?
Nappy rash is a common problem that causes red patches on a baby’s bottom.
It can be caused by your baby’s skin being in contact with urine or faeces for a long time, their nappy rubbing against their skin, not cleaning the nappy area or not changing the nappy often enough.
Certain soaps, detergents, bubble baths or alcohol-based baby wipes can also cause nappy rash.
What lotion can I use on my baby?
Babies have delicate skin, so you’ll need to use a gentle moisturiser specifically designed for babies, or just a simple baby oil.
If your baby’s skin is very dry or cracked, avoid using creams or lotions unless told otherwise by a doctor.
You may use a natural plant-based oil like almond oil or olive oil to relieve dry skin if necessary.