7 beauty products to steal from your baby
Babies have a lot of things we want. Naptime, constant attention, the ability to wear a onesie everywhere without being judged…
But while some of these things are impossible to obtain as an adult, there are some beauty products that your baby uses that you can benefit from too.
#1 Baby shampoo
Yep, what’s used on your baby’s hair can also be used on your own. In fact it’s great for those with sensitive scalps and fine hair, as it’s incredibly gentle and won’t strip your strands. Baby shampoo is also great for cleaning your make-up brushes. It removes make-up residue while keeping the hairs extra soft.
Try: Paul Mitchell Baby Don’t Cry Shampoo and Natural Instinct Baby Shampoo
#2 Nappy rash cream
Not just for rashy little bottoms, nappy rash cream can be used on all sorts of rashes, irritations and dry patches. You can even apply it to your dry cracked heels to promote healing and smoother skin.
#3 Baby powder
Incredibly multi-purpose, baby powder can be used as a dry shampoo substitute, chafe protector, or even to create fuller lashes. Check out the entire list of uses here.
#4 Baby wipes
It’s no secret these moist towelettes are gold. They’re great for removing make-up, cleaning up small spills, wiping dusty surfaces, disinfecting hands and about a million other things.
Try: Mamia Baby Wipes ($2.49, 80 pack, Aldi) and Yes To Baby Carrots Face and Nose Wipes
#5 Roll-on sunscreen
The roll-on was invented for the squirmy baby, but this form of application also makes life easier for the lazy: simply roll-on and rub. There’s no need to get both hands sticky anymore.
#6 Baby oil
Not just for massage, baby oil can also act as a cuticle oil, temporary tattoo remover and bubble bath. It can also be used to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy and puberty.
#7 Detangle spray
While toddlers are more notorious for knotty hair, it doesn’t mean this spray can’t work wonders for you also. It will make brushing a whole lot easier, meaning less breakage and split ends.
Have you every used any of the above baby products for yourself? What’s your must-have product for bub?
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