A.H. asks from Lewisville, TX on June 26, 2010
Best Skin Product for Toddler with Sensitive Skin?
My daughter already has to use aveeno products but BRU (babies r us) is discontinueing some of the product wonder what else other parents used?
So What Happened?™
I have no ordered organic hand made products for my daughter. I will let yall know how it goes.
V.C. answers from Dallas on June 26, 2010
Go with the Shakleebaby products that Patty W. suggested. You can't find anything else as good.
L.M. answers from Providence on June 26, 2010
Many other stores sell Aveeno. Target Walmart Sams Club even CVS. Thats the only thing Ive used so far and would hate to have to change.
P.W. answers from Dallas on June 26, 2010
These are new products and I have not used them personally. I am an Shaklee Independent Distributor. But I bout them for my niece when her baby was born and she loves them. They are as natural and gentle as you can get.
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V.G. answers from Portland on June 26, 2010
I know it sounds simple, but either pure olive oil or almond oil work wonderfully.
I probably prefer the almond oil as it doesn't smell like a salad, but both are 100% natural, super safe for sensitive skin and absorb completely into the skin and allow the skin to "breath" naturally.
My son and I have used almond oil since his birth, and he's never had a problem.
P.H. answers from Jacksonville on June 26, 2010
D.P. answers from Pittsburgh on June 26, 2010
I buy Aveeno products at the grocery store....maybe you could check there. I also think that Target carries Aveeno stuff. If you know you like them, why switch? Good luck!
M.E. answers from Chicago on June 26, 2010
I love Weleda's Calendula Shampoo and Body Wash. My daughter still uses it at 6 because of her eczema.
C.P. answers from Phoenix on June 26, 2010
a friend uses hemp lotions/products on baby sensitive skin
M.R. answers from Rochester on June 26, 2010
I still use Aveeno but buy it at Sam's or the grocery store--sometimes a 2-pack at a membership club is cheaper. Most other products that are focused on sensitive skin are pricey, like Arbonne (which you buy from a representative) or Method (who make yummy baby products now). I usually moisturize with vaseline. I tried Ivory bars but my son's skin got irritated, so we are sticking with Aveeno a little longer. Sorry you're losing it!
A.D. answers from Norfolk on June 26, 2010
For the bathtub, I grind up oatmeal (just quaker oats, but NOT the instant kind) in my magic bullet (or another food processor) and sprinkle it in. The oats absorb dirt and soothe sensitive/itchy skin. My son has horrible eczema/psoriasis and this was the only thing we could find that helped him sleep better at night without giving him benadryl like the doctor wanted us to do every day. I also like Grandma El's line of skin care products, they are pricey but they stretch a long way. Best of luck!