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Baby Bath – Aloe Vera and Orange Blossom

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

£9.00

A gentle, creamy, unfragranced wash to cleanse your baby from head to toe.

Size: 160ml

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A gentle, creamy, unfragranced wash to cleanse your baby from head to toe. With soothing aloe vera and orange blossom water, calming calendula and a baby skin friendly mild and gentle surfactant. pH neutral formulation. Add to the bath water and mix well or lather in your hands before use. Suitable from one month. For ingredients click Within.

Massage – Bathtime can be an ideal occasion to enjoy some massage with your baby. Once they have good head support, use one arm to support your baby from the front. Use the gentle lather from the wash to massage across your baby’s back in a rhythmic backwards and forwards motion working your way down and then up again.

Before you begin read Massage for baby

Ingredients – Aqua (filtered water), Citrus aurantium amara (orange blossom) flower water*, Coco glucoside, Helianthus annuus (Sunflower) seed oil*,Vegetable glycerine**, Calendula officinalis (Marigold) flower extract*, Aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice powder*, xanthum gum (derived from corn), citric acid, dehydroacetic acid, benzyl alcohol.

*from organic agriculture

**organic origin

82% Organic

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Nutrition – Water, water everywhere….when deciding what to give your baby to drink this should be your first choice after breast or formula milk. If a preference for water isn’t established at weaning, children can grow up favouring sweetened drinks to quench their thirst. If they don’t immediately take to the taste (or lack) of pure water, persevere. By continuing to offer it most babies will develop a liking and come to accept it (this is also a good rule for any food initially rejected when weaning).

Fruit juice can be a useful source of vitamins and is a drink parents often give, particularly if their children are fussy about eating whole fruits. When included they should be well mixed with plenty of water to dilute the fruit acids and protect the teeth.

Avoid anything labelled as squash, fruit nectar or fruit drink which will also contain sugar or artificial sweeteners.

 

 

1 review for Baby Bath – Aloe Vera and Orange Blossom

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Elise

    We originally bought the mini set of baby products when our baby was a couple of months old as we wanted to use the oil on his dry scalp, which it cleared up quickly. When the baby bath ran out we began using another product bought for us, however this left his skin dry, so we bought the larger size baby bath as the nom nom baby bath always left his skin soft and moisturised. It’s a very gentle product with a lovely texture and not too many bubbles, perfect for a baby’s sensitive skin.

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