R using baby wipes,creams etc?

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  1. mrsc81

    mrsc81 Mummy of 2

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    I've used Jackson Reece natural herbal wipes (scented ones) and Burts Bees baby products which are 97-99% natural, since my LO was born, she hasn't had nappy rash yet and her skin is lovely :)
    She has a bath every day.
     
  2. Seity

    Seity Mom to Gabriel and Samuel

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    Baby wipes from birth. Diaper cream if it's looking like it could use a little. No reason I can think of to avoid those products.
     
  3. Noelle610

    Noelle610 Guest

    I agree this tends to happen. But I think some companies can maintain their values as they grow. Or at least I hope so!
     
  4. felix555

    felix555 Well-Known Member

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    I'm a rebel. I have used J&J extra sensitive wipes from my baby's first nappy change. I have bathed him daily since he got out of hospital first in Weleda because I didn't want to use the J&J stuff because everyone keeps saying how bad it is but for the past 2 months I've been using the J&J stuff instead and much prefer it.

    My lo has never had a rash, irritated skin or nappy rash.

    I am pretty much the worst mother in the world really based on the above ;)
     
  5. SarahBear

    SarahBear Well-Known Member

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    I get it from the grocery store. As for almond oil, that would be an excellent moisturizer. You can pretty much use any edible oil.
     
  6. Haylee.

    Haylee. Day dreamer

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    Huggies wipes from birth, no problems for us. Paw paw ointment if skin looks red or irritated.
     
  7. hubblybubbly

    hubblybubbly Well-Known Member

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    Cotton wool and water for the newborn meconium poo as wipes just seemed to slip over it...bleugh! Then used wipes...pampers sensitive from about 3/4 weeks old.

    I used to put sudocream on after every bum change as a newborn, but that was through naiveity as I thought its what I should be doing, like changing a wee nappy at every night feed...won't be doing that again! This time I will sudo if she looks red or sore, and just before the bedtime nappy as it will be on the longest.

    Can't remember the last time I put any cream at all on willow, bum or otherwise...
     

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