100% natural baby massage oil with organic lavender and rosehip oils
Our 100% natural oil is wonderful for giving babies and little ones a soothing massage. Winner of Best Baby Skincare Range by Mother & Baby it really is the best oil to use for baby massage; it contains rosehip oil to help soothe eczema prone skin, restore softness and treat dry, sensitive skin as well as organic lavender oil to calm, help with restlessness and promote sleep. Baby massage is a wonderful bonding experience for both of you.
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I can confirm the baby oil is a beautiful product!Corinna, baby massage expert from The Mummy Circle
Our Kind & Calming Massage Oil is fantastic for massaging your baby leaving them soothed, happy and ready for sleepy-time. To use, warm a small amount of oil between your hands before massaging onto Baby’s skin – anytime of the day but particularly lovely after bath time. Did you know…
All our products are made in the UK. We work with our experienced chemist to find the highest quality ingredients possible. We refuse to include anything in our products that can harm delicate or sensitive skin. This product contains:Jojoba oil (simmondsia sinensis)
High in vitamin E, Jojoba has amazing moisturising and soothing properties as well as being able to calm skin irritations so it’s perfect for sensitive skin.
The name comes from the Latin ‘lavare’ which means to wash. It has strong cleansing, antiseptic and healing properties. A versatile oil which is also naturally anti-bacterial. The aroma is known for its calming, soothing and relaxing effects.
High in vitamin E and essential fatty acids which promote healthy skin and linolenic acids which are wonderful skin nutrients, known to help treat eczema, psoriasis and dry skin conditions.
Caprylic/capric triglyceride, rosa (rose) canina fruit oil, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil, linalool, geraniol, limonene.
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