Becoming Mumsy

My journey through motherhood and everything in between.

My Favourite Baby Toiletries

Welcome back!

I recently posted about my favourite baby products, so I thought I'd also make one about my favourite toiletries that I use on Edith because there are just so many out there!



Burts Bees Baby 

Burts Bees products are by far my favourite. I've used these since Edith was a newborn, and I just love them. We use the baby body wash & shampoo for bath time, which smells gorgeous and feels really soft when putting it on. 

I also use their moisturiser, not often, but again feels and smells great. It was really helpful when Edith was first born to be able to put on some of her dry spots that she had on her face. It quickly cleared it up!


WaterWipes

In my changing bag, I make sure that I always have a pack of WaterWipes. Growing up with a big family, meant that I have used a variety of different baby wipes, but WaterWipes are by far my absolute favourite. I love that they don't have harsh chemicals or perfumes in them. They are also the wettest wipes that I've used which means I don't go through as many per nappy change.



Metanium Everyday Easy Spray Barrier Lotion

This is a recent favourite. Edith got a very sore bottom when her first teeth were coming in, and I'd tried every other cream about - Bepanthen, Sudocrem, Burts Bees Nappy Cream, etc, but nothing was working. In the end, I came across this little spray and after the first time applying it, Edith's soreness went down and was gone by the end of the next day. It's a great cream. Although it is a spray, it is a creamy consistency, just not as thick as some of the other creams that I've just mentioned. As a pre-warning, be careful with this cream around dark items of clothing as it can stain!

I ended up buying another bottle of this to keep in my changing bag too. 



Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo

When Edith was smaller, she got awful cradle cap. It was so horrible to look at. I'd tried using baby oil to soften the flakes, but it wasn't very effective. I was then recommended Dentinox Cradle Cap Shampoo, and I've not looked back since. I still use this shampoo to keep it from coming back, as Edith often gets a dry scalp if I don't use it.

The Smell of the shampoo is lovely as it smells like rose oil. If your baby is suffering with cradle cap, definitely invest!



So, there we have it. Those are some of my favourite baby toiletries. Do you have any favourites?

Thanks, lovelies.

A.x


*This post has not been sponsored by any of the above companies. This is just what works for us, and is by no means advice on what should be used. It's just about finding what works best for you and your baby.


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