Toddlers: 12 - 24 Months

Your favorite body lotion for your toddler? CA Baby is great!...But expensive!

Looking for a lotion that might be a little less costly than our usual CA baby.
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Re: Your favorite body lotion for your toddler? CA Baby is great!...But expensive!

  • Cetaphil.  It's excellent.  My dermatologist loves it (uses it herself on her kids) and it's not stupid expensive at all.

    I use it on myself too.

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    Cetaphil.  It's excellent.  My dermatologist loves it (uses it herself on her kids) and it's not stupid expensive at all.

    I use it on myself too.

    this or eucerin 


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    Cetaphil.  It's excellent.  My dermatologist loves it (uses it herself on her kids) and it's not stupid expensive at all.

    I use it on myself too.

     

    We only use Cetaphil. We tried a few different thing and this was the only thing that worked on DS's sensitive skin. Not too thick, not too thin. I swear by it.

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    We use Cetaphil in the tub for DS and Cetaphil for eczema for DD. 
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  • Hands down winner at our house is Kiss My Face Olive oil, it's unscented absorbent and totally safe! Cetaphil isn't very safe, it scored between 3-4 (according to skin deep) depending on which variety used.  That's not even as safe as my sunscreen!
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