Liquid to Powder Baby Product?

Updated on January 18, 2011
S.M. asks from Zanesville, OH
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My daughter is 8 weeks old and has very sensitive skin. She breaks out easily, especially in all the little fat rolls on her neck & chin. A nurse told me to use a liquid-to-powder. She said it goes on like a liquid gel, and dries to a powder. I've looked everywhere and can't find anything like that. Has anyone heard of this or used it? I need to know what brand it is, and where I could possibly get some. Thank you!!!

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So What Happened?

Huggies stopped selling bath & body products. I looked up the Angel of Mine brand and it said it's sold at Dollar General, but my local store didn't have any. I may end up buying it online. Angel of Mine seems to be the only brand that exists! Thanks everyone!

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answers from Toledo on

I still have some from my baby shower a couple of years ago for my son. I did not use it much at all. It is called Huggies Liquid Powder with Cornstarch. It is in a white pearl bottle with a clear green cap. I have not looked to see if it is still sold.



answers from Canton on

Huggies used to make that. I remember getting samples when my child was born. That was 5 years ago. I don't know if they still make it. It was in their baby toiletry line. It was a baby lotion that when dry, was baby powder. It was nice because it wasn't messy. good luck.


answers from Boston on

I've seen it with foot products. I don't know if it can be used on babies but I'd worry about the chemicals. My doctor told me that baby powder can cause yeast growth. Maybe try a little baking soda??


answers from Dallas on

my sister bought me some. She got it at either The Dollar Tree or Dollar General. If you don't have those stores, maybe you could search on line. Mine is called "Angel of Mine Liquid Baby Powder."



answers from Kokomo on

I had the Huggies liquid powder also. I don't think they make it anymore. It was out for only a short time. I haven't heard of any other liquid to powder product out there. I really liked the product and wished they would have made it longer. I was wondering, though, would using Aquaphor help at all? It's like petroleum jelly consistency, but a tiny bit does a great job. I used it on my babies and have used it recently to help with cracked skin on my hands. It healed it very quickly. Good luck!

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