Baby oil is one of those products that often baffles many newbie parents. What exactly is it for? It's an excellent alternative to lotions for Baby's dry skin or cradle cap, but also serves a multitude of everyday uses for the whole family: quick eye makeup removal, DIY pedicures, eczema or winter-chapped skin, and as a substitute for shaving cream on your legs.
Our Tip: use caution if applying in the shower or using as a bath additive - the residue can be extremely slippery!
Johnson's Baby Oil is well loved by ChickAdvisor members, but there are also many natural and aromatherapeutic options available.
The gel is awesome and I love using it over the regular oil now. I like the fact that it doesn't run every where when you first apply it. It absorbs easily into my skin, with no greasy after feeling. It makes my legs feel very soft after shaving.
I have used Johnson and Johnson baby products all my life. I love the scent and I love the product, however it has come to my knowledge that they test on animals and that is so unnecessary now a days with so many other options. for that reason and that reason only, I no longer...
Although this is to be used for your "baby bump" I have been using it for my stretch marks, some scars from a recent surgery and even a small amount in my hair to keep is moisturized ( Moroccan Argan Oil)
I can see a small difference and I love how it makes my hair stay soft in...
Great size for on a go.
Another classic baby product that I actually used long time before I had a baby. Works good and smells nice. Also great ingredient for few DIY cream projects. Also great for massages.
This producgt was amazing! My lil guy only had one case of cradle cap, but ths oil loosened it right up with no rubbing or scratching. Just rub on, and comb off. All natural, and free of synthetic fragrence and preservatives.
The small bottle size and great price make it a...
The only 100% natural teething oil I could find on the market, when my lil guy was teething. Roman chamomile acts as an analgesic, to soothe the pain of teething. No preservatives or synthetic fragrence, and 100% natural ingredients. Keep in the fridge for an extra cooling...
I would say that this is just a regular oil, its good but there is nothing special about it. Its thick, but great for babies and for woman after a shave. I recommend it over Johnson's baby oil for sure, cause that is just full of crap although it smells better!
This is one good oil that I have come across which works both for mom and baby. Me and my baby love to have massage with it. It relaxes your body, giving you the comfort of mom's embrace. It gets absorbed quickly and moisturize your skin.
I use this on my little one after his baths. I have been using it ever since he's been born, to treat cradle cap. I love the way it smells, and it makes his hair nice and soft. It also last a long time.
This was a great improvement made to an already good product. The addition of vitamin E gives it even more moisturizing properties and the aloe really helps to soothe. Great for after a bath or shower!
My daughter was born in the summer and by the time fall/winter came around, she started to develop very dry and scaly skin just like eczema. This oil was recommended to me by another mom and I started to use it for massage before bath time as well as every diaper change. It...
Smooth and soothing for babies! I especially love the smell of the calendula and chamomile. It is a nice calming oil for bedtime routines :) It is a bit on the expensive side but it is all natural so you get what you pay for!