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Best Baby Skin Care Line: Cetaphil Baby

It’s a favorite among women and dermatologists. Now there’s a line just for baby.
ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
February 28, 2017
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Baby skin is super sensitive and can easily be irritated by anything: a wet diaper, too many baths, a change in seasons, fabric and even detergent. That’s why we are excited about Cetaphil’s baby skincare line. The brand already has a loyal customer base of women who know that their products clean without drying and contain the gentlest of ingredients. The experts at Cetaphil crafted a line with baby in mind; all of their baby products contain a secret ingredient (organic extracts derived from the marigold flower!) that has been trusted for centuries to soothe sensitive skin. Their products are pros at cleaning without drying, and moisturizing delicate, dry skin when it needs it.

WHAT WE LOVE

  • Paraben-free, mineral oil-free and hypoallergenic means you can feel good about what’s going on baby’s skin
  • With a complete line of tear-free shampoo, moisturizing wash and baby lotion, it’s easy to do one-stop shopping
  • The delicate scent comes from organic marigold flower extract

SUMMARY

Sixty years of expertise in skincare products make us feel good about recommending the Cetaphil baby line to keep baby’s skin cuddly soft.

Price: From $6

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