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A nice, light moisturiser that will completely absorb without leaving a greasy residue.
Lavender Pure Essential Oil will leave your baby smelling divine!Ideal nappy change lotion keeping baby's bottom clean, soft and beautifully moisturised.
Available in 50ml and 250ml bottles
This GAIA Moisturiser is Fantastic, I used it for the first time my Daughter had a bath in Hospital at 2 days old and ive never looked back, Its Non-Greasy and SO easy to use and the lavender scent helps her calm down and get to sleep at night.
This is a light moisturiser, it smells beautiful and is good for the face and body.
It is great for my son's dry, red, rashy cheeks and also good for his drool rash. It really does seem to sooth the skin.
Love this product, will be buying more!!!
I found this product great as a general moisturiser, it is light, non-greasy and absorbs well. Perhaps not thick enough for really dry areas, but great product that smells gorgeous.
Was very pleased that the sachet had a tear guide.
The smell is devine! The moisturiser soaked in well. It's natural and organic, and it is non-greasy.
There is nothing to not like about this product. I'll be getting it by the bottle!!
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