From the gentle skincare experts comes Cetaphil Baby Ultra Soothing Lotion, specially formulated to protect and nourish your little one's delicate skin. Each ingredient is hand-picked to ensure our product not only has what baby needs but also nothing baby doesn't. Cetaphil Baby Ultra Soothing Lotion with shea butter and rich emollients is clinically proven to moisturize and soothe dry skin all day, even dry skin associated with eczema. Dermatologist tested and recommended, it helps calm and protect your baby's sensitive skin, leaving it soft and smooth. This fragrance free and hypoallergenic formula will soothe even the most sensitive skin.
- Clinically proven miniaturization to protect dry skin for 24 hours
- Dermatologist-tested and recommended | For use on face and body
Water, glycerin, hydrogenated polyisobutene, cetearyl alcohol, macadamia integrifolia seed oil (macadamia nut oil), butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), cyclopentasiloxane, tocopheryl acetate, panthenol, acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, sodium polyacrylate, phenoxyethanol, ceteareth-20, stearoxytriemthylsilane, stearyl aclhol, benzyl alcohol, farnesol, sodium pca, citric acid, sodium hydroxide, dimethiconol.
Fragrance free, paraben free, and colorant free.
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