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This product contains ingredients that may be of concern as it relates to food allergies and skin sensitization, the ingredients are Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) butter, Helianthus Annus (Sunflower) seed oil, and Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Fruit Extract.
A plant-based moisturizing cream that works to replenish, soothe, and restore your baby's eczema-prone skin. Formulated with 97% naturally-derived ingredients and gentle enough to use on newborns. Enriched with a blend of Sunflower Oil Distillate to soothe skin and replenish lipids and Avocado Perseose®, a patented natural ingredient to help protect and hydrate baby's skin. Licorice extract reduces visible redness and inflammation, while a combination of Shea Butter and Ceramides nourish to support skin’s moisture barrier. Fragrance-free and completely safe to use daily or during eczema flare-ups. Specifically designed for the face and eyelids, the velvety texture melts into the skin and is never greasy. Clinically-tested on eczema-prone skin under pediatric and dermatological control.
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