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Product Review: Aveeno Baby

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Most parents look for the perfect baby skin care products and some of us may even choose to buy expensive skin care products for our precious ones to avoid skin rashes and to promote beautiful soft skin.

When my daughter was born I only used olive oil on her as I was scared that using other skin care products could give her skin rashes until a friend of mine recommended Aveeno skin care to me. Made from Colloidal oatmeal, which helps to form a protective barrier on the skin to help soothe dry, irritated skin conditions and protect against external irritants, this product is even recommended by pediatricians.

There are four different ranges of Aveeno baby products available in Australia. The products includes:
daily moisture lotion, moisture cream, creamy wash and wash & shampoo. I Have used all four products and benefited from it.

My baby had extremely dry and flaky skin. After she using the Aveeno baby products her skin became soft and beautiful. The moisturising cream and lotion keeps my baby's skin moisturised for long hours. It's hypo allergic and fragrance free, which is why it's suitable for sensitive skin. The creamy wash and shampoo are tear free which allows my baby to have a nice, happy bath.

Depending on the range of products the price will vary from around $8.00- $12.00, which I found affordable based on the quality. The products can be found at most large franchised pharmacies and supermarket chains. For example; Chemist Warehouse, Terry Whites Chemists, My Chemist, Priceline, Coles, Woolworths and IGA. Retail chain stores like Kmart, Target and BigW also sell the products.

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