Sunday, 23 August 2015

Giveaway #500 : Win a £50 Boots voucher with Oilatum Daily - closed - winner Ste Appleton


Oilatum Daily are dedicated to helping mums and dads manage their little one’s dry skin needs. The Oilatum Daily Junior range has been specially designed for babies and young children for routine, daily use to help protect against dry skin, so you can soothe your baby or child's skin today, and help reduce the occurrence of dry skin in the future. With the help of real parents and The British Skin Foundation, they have collated the following Oilatum® Comfort Skin Tips to try and help manage children’s daily skincare routine.


(You can also view them online here too.)

Oilatum Daily are also interested in hearing your  own personal tips to help manage your little one’s dry/sensitive skin needs. Share them in the comments and fill in your entries via the Rafflecopter widget below and you'll be in with a chance of winning a £50 Boots voucher, from the lovely people at Oilatum.


UK only. Closing date : 6/9/15

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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258 comments:

  1. Limit how long they are in the bath for!

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  2. I use oilatum bath and shampoo for my son who has eczema and doesn't irritate it. When skin is dry moisturise with zero cream

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  3. Always moisturise wet skin, helps keep in the protection :)

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  4. A warm bath using Oilatum in the water and then pat dry and moisturise.

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  5. After patting dry after the bath, moisturise whilst the skin is still damp to lock in the moisture

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  6. We always use non bio for washing clothes as our youngest has very sensitive skin.

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  7. Use lukewarm water only and a small amount of Oilatum daily

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  8. Moisturise after a bath and I never use fabric conditioner

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  9. Top tip is to use Oilatum in the bath water and try to get them to eat oily fish more often.

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  10. Take extra care patting their skin dry, especially between toes.

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  11. always use simple, non perfumed products

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  12. I moisturise his skin after bathing

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  13. Avoid soaps or harsh detegents (Laura Jeffs)

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  14. I always moisturise after bathing & showering

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  15. coconut oil can help and non bio washing powder.

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  16. do not let your children play in the bath for to long as it drys out all the natural oils in there skin

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  17. avoid soaps thankyou for the prize

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  18. After every bath I used to use Oilatum on my son's skin & now he is older he doesn't have a problem.

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  19. Avoid soap as it dry your skin out

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  20. Moisturising before bed
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  21. Use coconut oil as a moisturiser, if their skin is super sensitive

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  22. Use oillatum in the bath to help with dry sky plus lush dream cream after for my daughters eczema xx

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  23. I add baby oil to the bath and then give me baby a massage with baby lotion. She loves it

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  24. My daughter suffers from eczema and our tips would be moisturize multiple times a day, use oilatum in the bath, avoid any soaps with sls in them and keep them cool and don't let them get too hot, cotton clothes are best :) @fruitgum94

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  25. ive entered, use coconut oil to soften skin

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  26. Try and keep the temperature of your little one's bedroom cool - if it's too warm it will effect their delicate, dry skin.

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  27. daily moisteriser and I use baby oil too. xx

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  28. pat dry and moisturise well

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  29. Moisturising before bed

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  30. always moisturise well after baths when skin is damp

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  31. I put a drop of Oilatum in their bath water!

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  32. moisturise using a little baby oil

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  33. Simply Sudacrem! It's an amazing product! When it's hot I always bathe the skin with a cold flannel too

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  34. Use lukewarm water only and a small amount of Oilatum daily

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  35. I avoid harsh detergents and heavily perfumed products

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  36. We use coconut oil on all 3 of my boys as they suffer from eczema, it smells lovely too.x

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  37. Great prize, baby due in December and would love to stock up on baby things. I've entered.

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  38. Entered. Great Prize. I use Oilatum in the bath for my little one

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  39. Oilatum in the bath and then smother in Oilatum

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  40. I think all skins, irrespective of age, need a little help with an unscented gentle moisturiser. Keep hydrated to maximise good skin and optimal health xxx

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  41. I have Entered thanks, Oilatum is great in the bath x

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  42. always launder clothes in a gentle detergent designed for sensitive skins

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  43. Natural products are great :)

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  44. I always used products made for sensitive skin

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  45. Baby lotion rubbed on just after bathing :)

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  46. after a bath smother Oilatum or E45 cream all over then wrap warm towels round the body.

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  47. I use coconut oil as a moisturiser.

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  48. Avoid soaps and harsh detergents as these can dry out the skin

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  49. Use Oilatum in the bath water. Then dry pat using a soft cloth//towel and then moisturise straight arfter.

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  50. Out of the tips on the list, I think the one about patting your child dry is the best. It’s definitely something easily overlooked.

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  51. Oilatum has worked really well for my boy

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  52. Tip 9 - Use a non-bio washing liquid. I know if I don't, it plays havoc with my skin!

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  53. Always use non bio for washing clothes and don't use much fabric conditioner ( if you have to use it at all)

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  54. count me into the giveaway

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  55. we try to use as few products as possible but coconut oil on any dry skin

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  56. Wash your new baby clothes to remove the harsh chemicals

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  57. I always use non bio washing powder

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  58. Pat skin dry rather than rubbing

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  59. Ive entered :) xx Thanks for the chance

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  60. Always moisturise after their bath. Thanks for the lovely giveaway xx

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  61. I have found the only product that consistently works is Oilatum. I use the bath soap and cream to keep all our family's eczema at bay. It really is excellent!

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  62. My sister-in-law swears by products containing Aloe Vera for dry skin on her children.

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  63. Keep their skin moisturised - if it dries out it can cause eczema

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  64. Avoid products that have a lot of chemicals or fragrances as they are most likely to cause an irritation

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  65. Don't use lots of bubble baths and scented products

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  66. Limit how long they are in the bath for!

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  67. Currently using non perfumed products x

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  68. The Oilatum bath stuff is fab - works really well!

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  69. Don't bath them every day, use skin friendly products and use lots of moisturiser!

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  70. I use non bio detergent, its kinder to their skin

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  71. I pat their skin dry rather than rubbing with the towel.

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  72. i always used to put a drop of baby oil in the bath x

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  73. coconut oil and hemp oil on my face

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  74. Putting baby oil in the bath

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  75. Pat their skin dry instead of rubbing

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  76. Use products for sensitive skin xx

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  77. I always use a light body moisturiser after his bath.

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  78. Using non-bio washing powder and good fabric softener to make sure their skin is protected when wearing clothes.

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  79. Moisturising before and after a bath. When her excema really flares up goats milk moisturiser is fantastic

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  80. Moisturising before and after a bath. When her excema really flares up goats milk moisturiser is fantastic

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  81. I make sure she's fully moisturised and turn it into a game, so she's happy for me to do it

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  82. Pat skin dry rather than rubbing it.

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  83. My daughter who has eczema, has moisturiser on twice daily, more if needed. We also try to keep her skin cool at night in bed, as if she is hot thats when the scratching happens and her skin becomes sore.

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  84. E45 cream straight after coming out of the bath. My sons skin can be very dry and kind of 'scaly' and this works really well for him.

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  85. A warm bath using Oilatum and thoroughly drying quickly afterwards

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  86. Like many others, E45 is the way to go!

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  87. Always moisturise wet skin - leabana1

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  88. You should always pat skin fry and not have too long a bath as it dries out the skin

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  89. Make sure you use moisturiser if the skin is red and do try to leave skin bare for the air to heal it xx

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  90. After a bath each night, I use baby massage oil on my daughter both for the restoration of any dry skin and also to relax her and aid a good night's sleep for both of us!

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  91. i always moisturise my sons sjkin after the bath

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  92. Pat the skin dry rather than rub

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  93. use simple, non perfumed products

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  94. Always remember to take plenty moisturizer with you to the swimming pool, the chlorine can really dry out your little ones skin

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  95. Use only paraben free wash products!

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  96. Patting dry after a bath not rubbing.

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  97. My daughter has really sensitive skin. To combat her eczema flare ups we avoid all the different products and use one brand which we know agrees with her.

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  98. Use unscented or sensitive products as they will contain less additives

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  99. Put moisturiser on as soon as they are out of the bath to help lock in moisture.

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  100. Make sure they don't get too hot as that will irritate their skin.

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  101. SLS free products are amazing for stopping dry skin! :)

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  102. Use non bio for clothes and keep bathtime short

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  103. Use a gentle moisturiser just after a bath

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  104. In summer, lots of time running around with no clothes next to their skin

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  105. We moisturise after their baths when they are still slightly damp

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  106. Make sure you dry skin very thoroughly

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  107. coconut oil is good

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  108. Regular moisturising does the trick.

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  109. Dry thoroughly and use E45. I've entered thanks x

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  110. Warm bath and ensure water not too hot, I also use products that aren't heavily perfumed and tend to stick to non-bio washing liquid.

    Thanks for the chance to win.

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  111. I have entered thankyou super competition

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  112. Don't use perfumed soap and always moisturise after baths

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  113. Don't bathe them too often and when you do add a bit of coconut oil to the warm water

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  114. Try not to use too many products on skin

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  115. We discovered while putting oats in the bath for chicken pox that it greatly improved my sons eczema. We requested Aveeno oat based products from the doctor and it cleared up. We just use aveeno bath oil to maintain it now.

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  116. Use natural products and dry very carefully :)

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  117. a over dry environment is not good for any us. especially baby. try to ease down on the radiator thermal switch. also a half a teaspoon of baby oil in bathwater. and don't use too much soap

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  118. Moisturising cream whilst skin is damp

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  119. Moisturise, and don't bathe too often as it can be very drying on the skin. Also, use non-perfumed products without any SLS or parabens.

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  120. Don't bath your child daily if they have dry skin, it doesn't help

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  121. Moisturising before bed and try to stop them scratching!

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  122. just used water while they were babies no bubble bath

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  123. Midwife helped us with very bad skin, when GP's couldn't.

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  124. only use products that are gentle to the skin and only if it's needed

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  125. Don't over bathe and don't make the water too warm

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  126. Don't bath them every day (obviously do bathe them if they got dirty)

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  127. Make sure they're not dehydrated to protect from the inside out.

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  128. Moisturise immediately on getting out of the shower! Big fan of Palmer's products

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  129. thanks for the great competition - fingers crossed

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  130. don't over wash or use harsh products, make sure you gently moisturise and let it sink in

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  131. I use coconut oil to moisturize.

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  132. Keeps baths short, and don't overbath!

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  133. don't over wash or use harsh products, make sure you gently moisturise and let it sink in

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  134. Don't bathe children every day and, when you do, use organic oils in the water and let the children drip dry.

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  135. Don't bathe them every night

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  136. We use non bio washing powders and also non perfumes soaps.

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  137. always simple, always caring, love to win please

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  138. Always mositurise! And I've entered!

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  139. Melanie Southey-Hill5 September 2015 at 16:38

    My lad has sensitive skin so use non bio washing powder and use E45 when his skin flares up

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  140. I swear by Oilatium in the bath and lotion afterwards.patting dry with a towel instead of rubbing helps too.

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  141. Mositurise and a little sea salt in bath water

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  142. Moisturise straight after the bath

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  143. Lukewarm water only and a small amount of Oilatum daily post bath.

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  144. Bubble bath that is very gentle and soothing.

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  145. Use plain water and cotton wool, or if you prefer, specially formulated baby products, to clean the nappy areain newborns.

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  146. Add some baby oil always good to keep the skin moisturised

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