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Mega Mild Cleansing Baby Body Wash

care + soothe RRP. £7.95
uk made
no palm oil
not tested on animals
can be recycled
suitable for vegans
Regular price £6.35 200ml (£3.98/100ml)
Regular price £6.35 200ml (£3.98/100ml)

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minimising the impact on our babies microbiome, will help them fight off infections and build up a strong immunity.

Aim to do some skin-to-skin contact after bathing your baby to help build their microbiome back up and you can breathe in that newborn natural baby smell.

Mega Mild Cleansing Baby Body Wash care + soothe RRP. £7.95
Regular price £6.35 200ml (£3.98/100ml)
Regular price £6.35 200ml (£3.98/100ml)
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Our midwife developed, 97.6% naturally derived, gentle wash leaves skin feeling clean and soft. Containing soothing calendula, marshmallow, and oatmeal. This can be used from your baby’s first wash and has been developed to be gentle for your baby’s skin

  • Suitable from newborn
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Paediatrician approved
  • Suitable for eczema prone skin
  • Fragrance free
  • pH balanced
  • Midwife developed
  • Award winning

 For a limited time save 20% on our baby skincare range.

calendula for soothing redness, irritation and soreness
oat meal moisturising, soothing and has antioxidant properties
marshmallow anti-inflammatory and helps retain moisture in the skin
coconut for its moisturising and anti-microbial properties
full ingredients Aqua (Water), Sodium Coco-Sulfate, Coco-Glucoside, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycerin, Glyceryl Oleate, Sodium Chloride, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Sodium Phytate, Potassium Sorbate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Camelina Sativa Seed Oil, Sodium Glycolate, Cocoamidopropyl Dimethyl Amine, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract, Avena Sativa (Oat) Meal Extract, Althaea Officinalis (Marshmallow) Root Extract.

we have a number of delivery options depending on how quickly you would like to receive your order and where you need it to be sent

All orders received by 2pm will be dispatched the same day. Orders received after 2pm will be processed and dispatched the next working day.

Please note that our warehouse does not operate on weekends or bank holidays. All orders received after 2pm on a Friday will be dispatched on the following Monday, or the Tuesday of a bank holiday weekend.

european & international delivery (£14.95 / £25) We offer European and International Tracked/Signed For Delivery. International deliveries to some countries continue to face short delays, particularly where there are a lack of available transport links which may lengthen the normal delivery timescales. International delivery is free on orders over £90.
free 2 to 3 day royal mail tracked delivery within the uk on orders over £30 Same day dispatch if ordered before 2pm Monday - Friday, £3.50 for all orders under £30
next day delivery (£6.90) Orders must be placed before 1.30pm Monday – Thursday to be dispatched the same day for delivery the next working day (before 5pm). Orders placed after 1.30pm on a Friday will be dispatched on Monday.
Baby Body Wash - Dermatologically tested, Paediatrician approved, suitable for eczema prone skin + fragrance free

Baby Body Wash - Dermatologically tested, Paediatrician approved, suitable for eczema prone skin + fragrance free

Once born babies should have immediate skin-to-skin contact or at a minimum within the first hour of birth, even if born via C-section, unless there is a medical indication not to. Developing this microbiome, in conjunction with the environment the baby will be raised in, will help protect them against the bacteria/infections they are most likely to encounter through their life. Understanding your baby's skin flora and microbiome and how to look after it helps to give them and their skin the best start in life.

How can I use it?

How can I use it?

  • This can be used for a targeted cleanse by squeezing a small amount on to wet hands or a soft cloth.
  • Alternatively pour directly into bath water for a full body wash before rinsing off.
  • After bathing use Mega Mild Moisture Milk to help keep your baby’s skin feeling soft and soothed.
FAQs
Is this suitable for my newborn baby?
Yes, this product has been specially formulated to be gentle for newborn skin and has been dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved.
Is this suitable for eczema prone skin?
Yes, not only is it dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved it is also suitable for sensitive and eczema prone skin
What is skin-to-skin?
Skin-to-skin contact is when your skin and your baby’s skin are in direct contact. Skin-to-skin contact benefits both you and your baby, not just following the birth, but for weeks and months afterwards by: • Promoting bonding and communication between you and your baby • Regulating your baby’s temperature. Think of it like a thermostat – neither too hot nor too cold. • Baby picks up your healthy skin flora to populate their own skin with good bacteria, which then helps to develop their gut microbiome • Helps to calm and settle baby
When should I bath my baby?
For the first few days after birth, it is recommended that you only do minimal cleansing of the face and bottom area. (top and tail). This encourages friendly skin flora which in turn helps to develop the baby’s gut. In the first few weeks, only bath with baby body wash when visibly dirty as this helps to protect skin flora and reduce drying their skin. After a bath, you can put baby in skin-to-skin with you or your partner for a few minutes to help re-establish baby’s healthy skin flora, then use the moisturiser on baby to help maintain skin hydration.
How do I top and tail my baby?
1. Fill a bowl with cold water first, then top up with warm water to body temperature; you can test with a thermometer if you are unsure. 2. Leave nappy on and wrap a towel around baby. 3. Use a wet cotton pad with no cleansing wash for each eye and sweep over the closed eye starting from near the nose. Then use a fresh wet cotton pad with a drop of cleansing wash and wipe around the face and clean around the ears and under the chin as these areas can collect milk dribbles. Pat dry with a towel. 4. Squeeze a small amount of cleansing wash on to wet hands or soft cloth. Check baby’s hands for strands of hair wrapped around fingers then wash. 5. If baby’s hair needs cleaning put a few drops of cleansing wash into the water, then using wet hands, or soft cloth gently sweep over the hair and then rinse off. Pat dry with a towel. 6. Remove the nappy and wash their bottom and genital area with a wet soft cloth with a few drops of cleansing wash and then rinse off.
Yes, this product has been specially formulated to be gentle for newborn skin and has been dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved.
Yes, not only is it dermatologically tested and paediatrician approved it is also suitable for sensitive and eczema prone skin
Skin-to-skin contact is when your skin and your baby’s skin are in direct contact. Skin-to-skin contact benefits both you and your baby, not just following the birth, but for weeks and months afterwards by: • Promoting bonding and communication between you and your baby • Regulating your baby’s temperature. Think of it like a thermostat – neither too hot nor too cold. • Baby picks up your healthy skin flora to populate their own skin with good bacteria, which then helps to develop their gut microbiome • Helps to calm and settle baby
For the first few days after birth, it is recommended that you only do minimal cleansing of the face and bottom area. (top and tail). This encourages friendly skin flora which in turn helps to develop the baby’s gut. In the first few weeks, only bath with baby body wash when visibly dirty as this helps to protect skin flora and reduce drying their skin. After a bath, you can put baby in skin-to-skin with you or your partner for a few minutes to help re-establish baby’s healthy skin flora, then use the moisturiser on baby to help maintain skin hydration.
1. Fill a bowl with cold water first, then top up with warm water to body temperature; you can test with a thermometer if you are unsure. 2. Leave nappy on and wrap a towel around baby. 3. Use a wet cotton pad with no cleansing wash for each eye and sweep over the closed eye starting from near the nose. Then use a fresh wet cotton pad with a drop of cleansing wash and wipe around the face and clean around the ears and under the chin as these areas can collect milk dribbles. Pat dry with a towel. 4. Squeeze a small amount of cleansing wash on to wet hands or soft cloth. Check baby’s hands for strands of hair wrapped around fingers then wash. 5. If baby’s hair needs cleaning put a few drops of cleansing wash into the water, then using wet hands, or soft cloth gently sweep over the hair and then rinse off. Pat dry with a towel. 6. Remove the nappy and wash their bottom and genital area with a wet soft cloth with a few drops of cleansing wash and then rinse off.
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