Essential oils that care for baby skin

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Essential oils that care for baby skin
Essential oils that care for baby skin

Essential oils are increasingly used these days for the treatment and relief of various ailments as well as beautifying procedures. They are suitable not only for adults, but also for babies.

Thanks to their caring moms, they can benefit from the beneficial properties of essential oils. In addition to coconut oil, see which other oils are suitable for the skin of the little ones. Before starting their use, it is good to consult with a pediatrician!

Chamomile Oil

can help relieve pain and irritationwhen baby is teething. To reduce gum irritation, wrap an ice cube in a clean towel on which you have previously dripped a few drops of the oil. Gently brush over the gums to reduce swelling and itching.

Chamomile oil is also suitable for the baby bath, as well as for daily massage. Add a few drops to the bath or to the oil or cream you use daily for baby massage.

Lavender oil

Lavender oil is perfect as a first step to aromatherapy for babies. Its pleasant aroma is soothing, especially on nights when the baby cannot sleep peacefully.

Add a few drops of it to the baby bath, dissolve it well in the water and you will see how gradually your baby will get used to its pleasant aroma and you will have peaceful nights.


Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is a highly recommended oil in baby skin care. With it, it is well hydrated and soft. A lot of baby skin products are based on jojoba oil. You can apply it directly to baby's skin,to soothe diaper rash or add it to baby's bath.


can be combined with almond oil when massaging your baby. The powerful combination will hydrate the baby's skin and it will be he althy and beautiful.

Almond oil is good enough for baby's skin as it prevents various types of skin irritations. You can also add it to the baby bath.

If your baby has colic, gently massage 2-3 drops of peppermint or wild orange oil on his tummy.

For constipation massage the abdomen and legs with rosemary oil. Coconut oil and lavender oil help with diaper rash.

If the baby has diarrhea, massage his tummy with a few drops of Roman chamomile oil.

For high temperature lavender, peppermint or eucalyptus oil help. A few drops are diluted in the daily baby oil and massaged into the feet, the back of the neck and the back.

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