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Monday, June 11, 2012Around babies

For baby's toilet: water, milk or liniment?


Baby ranges are constantly increasing their references. If the offer is large, only a few essentials are enough to wash her baby. But for the young mother, what difference is there in the formulation and use of a cleansing water, a cleansing or moisturizing milk and a liniment? Review of these 4 basics;

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Cleaning water, for a light and refreshing cleansing

Or lotion, washing water or micellar solution… it is used to clean the face (after a bottle or a meal) and the baby's body gently. It also helps to eliminate impurities from the buttocks during light changes. Used without rinsing when its formulation does not contain any undesirable ingredients (and in particular sensitizer) at any time of the day, it cleanses and refreshes the epidermis without altering the hydrolipidic film. Although its composition contains protective active ingredients, it does not have the moisturizing and soothing functions of a milk or balm.Formulated on the basis of an aqueous phase (water, thermal water, floral water, aloe vera), it is a liquid galenic containing cleaning and moisturizing agents (glycerin) and, unfortunately too often, perfume, never the most recommended for a baby. Sometimes, and if it is only a question of perfecting a toilet or refreshing baby, a thermal water can be much preferable.

Cleansing milk or cleansing milk, for a complete cleansing

As its name suggests, it is used to clean baby's skin and its application is often recommended without rinsing. Its use on the body can occasionally replace the bath for the smallest, and …

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