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7 Baby Powders To Use On Your Little One's Delicate Skin

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7 Baby Powders To Use On Your Little One's Delicate Skin

Only the best for your baby's skin

You know the struggle of using only the best for your skin. So when it comes to skin care for your little one, you've got to be even more careful. To keep their delicate skin dry, sweat-free and free of irriation, baby powder is an integral part of the infant skin care kit. The right pick can go a long way in caring for their skin. Today, we've selected 7 baby powders that will come in handy for your infant or toddler.

(Also Read: 8 Creams For Babies To Prevent And Treat Diaper Rash)

The Biotique Bio Basil & Sandalwood Baby Powder has a cooling blend of Indian corn, pure basil and red sandalwood which keep their body dry and free of wetness to prevent diaper rash.

The Lotus Herbals Baby+ Love Sprinkle No-Talc Powder is free of talc and preservatives and uses corn starch extract to keep their skin shielded in a natural cocoon.

The Softsens Baby Powder is hypoallergenic and has a mild scent to prevent friction and reduce excess sweating. It also comes with a free milk bar soap on purchase.

The Johnson's Blossoms Baby Powder has no parabens or phthalates with purified talc to keep your baby comfortably dry and their skin silky soft.

The Himalaya Baby Powder is made with olive oil, almond oil and khus grass to cool down the skin, prevent odour and prevent chaffing.

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The Sebamed Baby Powder contains olive oil and allantoin which prevents friction and nappy rashes while soothing and reducing any irritation on their skin.

The Mee Mee Fresh Feel Baby Powder is a hypoallergenic and light powder for delicate baby skin that is free of parabens.

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