Pure Baby Oil

A 100% organic, fragrance-free blend of easily absorbed base oils for massage or for soothing areas of dry skin or cradle cap. Suitable for newborns. 

Code: 1616
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£7.50 / 50ml
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Jojoba Olive Oil
Borage (Starflower)

• Nourishes delicate skin
• Fragrance free
• With conditioning starflower oil
• Suitable for new-borns of at least 3kg

How to Use:
For general massage use, pour a small amount of oil between your hands, lightly rub together and apply in gentle strokes to baby's skin. Warming the oil in the hands will aid its absorption. To treat specific areas of dry skin, apply a small amount of oil to the affected area and allow to absorb. Gently wipe off any excess oil if you apply too much. For cradle cap, gently massage a few drops of oil onto baby's scalp (taking care to avoid the fontanelle) an hour before bathing, then gently sponge away flaky skin. A capful should be ample to massage baby's entire body. Extra oil can be wiped off with a towel or tissue.


Jojoba Olive Oil
Borage (Starflower)

Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) oil*, Borago officinalis (Borage) seed oil*, Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil*.

*Organically produced ingredient. Made with 100% organic ingredients. This is a vegan product. 

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By ladyloopeylou, 04/08/2010
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Amazing for my baby's eczema
By 135452, 15/09/2014
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