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CeraVe® Baby Healing Ointment

CeraVe® Baby Healing Ointment

by L’Oreal USA
Image of Baby Healing Ointment packaging
  • Moisturizer - Ointment
  • Protects and soothes baby's delicate skin.
  • Ideal for kids Not ideal for adults
    Great for kids

Official Product Information

  • Brand CeraVe®
  • Manufacturer L’Oreal USA
  • Official Page CeraVe®
  • Ingredients
    • Carbomer
    • Dymed
    • Edetate Disodium
    • Hydranate
    • Hydrochloric Acid
    • Poloxamine
    • Purified Water
    • Sodium Borate
    • Sodium Chloride
    • Sodium Hydroxide

Moisturizes, protects, and maintains baby's delicate skin with essential ceramides and vitamins, diaper rash protectant.

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