GAIA Natural Baby Massage Oil

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125mL
100% of 2 reviewers recommend this product, with an average user rating of 5/5 stars

Infant massage is a wonderful way to encourage bonding between your family and your new baby. GAIA Natural Baby Massage Oil was formulated in consultation with therapists from Infant Massage Australia.

Sweet Almond Oil and a hint of organic Lavender and organic Chamomile provides a beautiful, naturally scented oil for use at massage time. Light and easily absorbed, it can be used on baby’s skin to nourish general dryness, as a bath oil or to help combat cradle cap.

GAIA Natural Baby Massage Oil is mineral oil free and absorbs beautifully into skin without clogging pores and without any greasy residue.

  • Sweet almond oil – a skin nutrient that is deeply nourishing.
  • Organic Lavender – to help soothe and calm.
  • Organic Chamomile – to help soothe and calm.

About Baby Massage
Baby massage encourages both eye-to-eye and skin contact and can help establish a close, loving communication, providing security and stability for your child, with amazing therapeutic benefits. Massage releases both oxytocin and endorphins and therefore can assist in relieving discomfort associated with teething, congestion, colic, reflux and emotional stress. GAIA have taken special care not to interfere with this natural process by ensuring that the essential oils used, make up less than 0.3% of the blend, just enough to cover the nutty smell of the sweet almond oil.

Tip: Suitable for use during pregnancy massage for Mum. Add a couple of drops to your bath to provide an even more nourishing and moisturising bath.

Free from soap, sulphates, artificial fragrance, paraben preservatives, propylene glycol, phthalates and lanolin. Cruelty Free, Vegan friendly and lovingly Australian owned and made.

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