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What is your daily skincare routine for your kids?
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Wed Sep 20, 2006 3:21 am      Reply with quote
Hello everyone i would to know what is your favorite products you're using on your kids thanks Smile

I've got two girls aged 5 and 6 Wink this is what im using for them at the moment:

Moisturiser: la roche-posay Lipikar but still looking for a good one
Shampoo :l'oreal kids (strawberry)
conditioner:l'oreal kids
Bath and shower gel :Body shop banana bath and shower gel
bubble bath:Johnson's Baby Bedtime Bath, Lavender and Chamomile.
Eau de toilette :disney
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Mine have their own routine, I never know what their going to use. My son, hes nine, likes axe, but he puts so much on it gives me a headache, and my daughter goes goo-goo over perfume, shes six, and puts on about three sprays for each wrist. I use whatever shampoo I have at the moment, usually loreal kids, because they like the smell. I don't use conditioner on them because my son dosen't need it and my daughters hair is so thick it takes about ten minutes to get out. I don't usually use moisturizer, unless its baby lotion on their bum because for some reason that gets dry in the winter. For powder they usually use my pink shower to shower I got on my birthday. You can tell when they use it because it looks like we had a snow storm in the bathroom.
Don't really have a routine. They use whatever they feel like that morning and I figure what the hell, if they think its working for em, go for it. I don't care as long as thier clean. Very Happy
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Wed Sep 20, 2006 8:32 am      Reply with quote
I don't have children yet but as most sun damage occurs before the age of 20 I will try to get them into the habit of wearing sunscreen, so it will hopefully help them both avoid cancer and premature aging.
I actually have that Lavender and Chamomile Johnsons Baby Bedtime Bath myself and love it!
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Well, my favorite products so far for my 5 1/2 month old ds include:

Johnson Head to Toe body wash- I love the way he smells so baby fresh after his bath and it doesnt dry out his skin! Plus I don't have to mess with a seperate shampoo and body wash!

Aveeno Baby Moisturizing Lotion: Love this too! When he gets dry cheeks from all his drooling it soothes them right away and makes them baby soft again! I also love it for myself as a body lotion!
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Thu Sep 21, 2006 1:44 am      Reply with quote
I have two little girls and I try watch what I put in their baths. I try to stick to natural products that don't have sulfates, etc.

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Fri Sep 22, 2006 12:57 am      Reply with quote
Thanks everyone for the great reviews but im really looking for a good moisturiser to use in this winter .
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Fri Sep 22, 2006 6:21 am      Reply with quote
Hindoss, you can try Weleda Calendula baby cream. This is very nice all natural cream. I use it on my son all year round, whenever he needs additional moisture, and it works really well. Wink
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Hindoss have you tried Burt's Bees Baby Bee Buttermilk lotion? It smells great, and it has all-natural, gentle ingredients. I don't have any children, but I have very sensitive skin and I love this stuff for myself.^-^ I've heard the Baby Bee Skin Creme is nice too, so I've been meaning to try it...

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thank you all for your suggestions it really help i'll have look on the internet to find out more about these products Smile
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I have three boys so we keep things pretty simple for them. I switched them over to a paraben-free shampoo called Free & Clear (it's also fragrance-free which is nice). They use Dr. Bonner's castile soap for their bodies (they like to pick it themselves so right now they are using peppermint). Even though we live in Denver and it's pretty dry here, I find they don't need lotion too often. I have an Aveno lotion that I am using up on them for when they need it. After that, I will switch over to something more natural for them.

Two of my kids are still in diapers. I make my own natural baby wipes and since I started that, I don't have any problems with diaper rash (I was having problems with the older one in diapers).
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Fri Sep 22, 2006 9:49 pm      Reply with quote
My daughter is 7 and she likes to use my fruits and passion (Canadian) body lotions - her skin is quite sensitive and they have never bothered her at all.
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For moisturizer, we all use Moisturizing Skin Cream from Yu-Be Skin Care - it's strong enough to work wonders even for my husband but gentle enough for even my youngest, who is 3. My kids like how cool, rich and creamy it is, but it's not greasy, so they're good to go as soon as it's rubbed in. Their skin is nice and soft and smooth, even all winter, no matter how much they play outside. My 5-year-old used to get really bad patches of dry, flaky skin that he doesn't get anymore, thankfully. Hope that helps!
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