Colief Baby Face Balm
- 100% NATURAL INGREDIENTS – Enriched with a unique blend of skin-friendly natural oils and butters including Shea Butter, Kokum Butter, Rosehip Oil, Coconut Oil and Chamomile.
- SAFE AND GENTLE formulation to help nourish, moisturise, and protect sensitive your baby’s delicate skin, suitable from 3+ months (from the full-term date) for use on baby’s cheeks, chin, and nose (or wherever dry skin exists).
- NOURISHING BABY BALM – Use regularly as part of the baby’s routine. Simply apply a small amount of the balm to your baby’s face and body. Gently massage the balm into the skin to protect, soften and moisturise dry and sensitive skin.
- ABSORBS QUICKLY and has a non-sticky formulation, locks-In moisture for hours and protecting from drying.
- FREE FROM– Artificial fragrances, petroleum or preservatives and not tested on animals.
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Keeping It Natural
What goes into Colief Baby Face Balm and why?
Sweet Almond Oil
A naturally occurring seed oil with a long history of use as a skin moisturiser
High in omega-3 and omega-6, easily absorbed and helps to seal in moisture
Rich in essential fatty acids and proteins, nourishes and gently moisturises skin.
Rosehip Seed Oil
A light moisturiser containing essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6, which are thought to help hydrate the skin.
Helps create a protective layer on the skin, helping skin to stay hydrated.
Cocoa butter lotion helps to replenish skin’s moisture and create a barrier to protect skin from moisture loss.
Contains antioxidant vitamins and triglycerides and is rapidly absorbed into the skin. It
Suitable for sensitive skin, chamomile also has a soothing aroma and skin conditioning properties
Free from artificial fragrances, petroleum, or preservatives
Not tested on animals
Colief Baby Face Balm – Testimonial
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What is Colief Baby Face Balm?
Enriched with Shea butter, Rosehip Oil & Chamomile, Colief Baby Face Balm has been specially formulated to help nourish, moisturise and protect sensitive skin on your baby’s face and body.
How do I use Colief Baby Face Balm ?
Use regularly as part of your baby’s routine. Apply a small amount of the balm to your baby’s face and body. Gently massage the balm into the skin to protect, soften and moisturise dry and sensitive skin. The gentle formulation can be used on your baby’s cheeks, chin and nose (or wherever dry skin exists). For external use only. Avoid contact with the eyes. Do not swallow. Do not apply to broken skin. Keep out of the reach of children. A patch test is recommended prior to use. This product should only be used according to the instructions for use.
What are the key benefits of Colief Baby Face Balm?
Enriched with 100% natural ingredients, Colief Baby Face Balm gently moisturises the skin while making it soft and subtle. It absorbs quickly and locks in moisture for hours, protecting the skin from drying and causing irritation.
Why does baby's skin need to be moisturised?
Baby’s skin is different from adults and requires different care, while baby’s skin absorbs moisturise faster it also loses moisture faster.The reason behind this is that baby’s epidermis (top layer of the skin) isn’t as attached to the dermis (layer below),baby skin is also thinner, causing it to be a more vulnerable to environmental factors compared to an adult.
How often should I moisturise my baby's skin?
The frequency of moisturising a baby’s skin depends on various factors, such as the baby’s age, skin type, and the weather conditions. As a general guideline, it is recommended to moisturise a baby’s skin at least once or twice a day, especially after bathing or during dry weather conditions. However, if your baby has dry skin or a skin condition like eczema, your GP may recommend more frequent moisturising. It is advisable to use a gentle moisturiser that is specifically formulated for babies to avoid any potential irritation.
When is the best time to moisturise my baby's skin?
The best time to moisturise your baby’s skin is after a bath or shower, ideally within a few minutes of drying them off with a soft towel. Moisturising after bathing helps to seal in the moisture and prevent dryness. Also, if your baby’s skin feels dry at any other time of day, you can apply a gentle moisturiser to soothe and hydrate their skin. It’s advisable to choose a moisturiser that is specifically formulated for babies and to avoid any products that contain harsh chemicals or fragrances that could irritate their skin.