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Lavender & Chamomile Baby Oil

$33.95

100 ml organic baby oil with the most amazing qualities; use in water instead of soap, use for cradle cap, use as massage oil or use as skin moisturiser.

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Description

Description

Lavender & Chamomile Baby Oil from LHAMI

A beautiful blend of natural oils, with lavender and chamomile to calm and soother. The calendula in this oil is a wonderful natural healing oil, excellent for baby skin.

Features;

  • 100 ml bottle.
  • Use in the bath instead of soap.
  • Great as a skin moisturiser.
  • Baby will love it as a massage oil.
  • Perfect to help loosen cradle cap.
  • Add to warm water to wash baby at every nappy change, instead of nappy wipes. Better for the baby skin – Better for the planet!
  • A brilliant and very versatile oil.
  • Can be added to any of our luxury baby hampers.

Perfect for the newborn baby!

About Lhami;

Lhami is all about making your daily rituals special. Every Lhami product smells beautiful, feels gorgeous on your skin and contains ingredients that nourish mind, body & spirit.

Most of the products are made on Qld’s beautiful Sunshine Coast and wherever possible, they use Certified Organic ingredients.  That way, Lhami knows they have been farmed or harvested sustainably, in a way that ensures biodiversity and protection of the environment.  It means there are no pesticides or chemicals in the plants or the soil where they are grown.  And it means that the people who are growing the plants are paid fairly, and work under good conditions.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or requests.

Reviews;

“This product is pure bliss. Great for dry baby skin”

“With small children a bedtime routine is important . Since buying this Lavender and Chamomile Oil I have been giving my children a little five minute shoulder rub using this oil and wishing them sweet dreams and kissing them goodnight . They think its just as special as I do, loving the smell as they drift off to sleep.”

 

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