S L Thu, November 13th
We use a lot of body oil on our baby. First we used olive oil and it actually reduced her complexion and also smelled bad. We've been using Johnsons for the past few months. But with winter nearing I want to switch to something that won't evaporate too fast. Any suggestions? Smelling good is must
Mich I 5 likes
Kathy M 6 likes
Coconut oil :)
Stacey S 2 likes
Coconut oil with a drop or two of lavender essential oil
Holly S 1 like
Burts bees is my favorite
Rachel B 5 likes
If you don't mind me asking, what do you mean by "it reduced her complexion" ? Do you mean it made her skin lighter?
Shannon R 0 likes
Coconut oil for sure! So many other uses as well!
Em A 0 likes
Coconut oil!!! I just put it my baby's bath and his skin stays soft.
Jeni G 0 likes
Organic coconut oil 😄
Shannon T 1 like
Coconut oil! I add a couple drops of lavender oil and use it at night before my LO goes to bed.
Amanda T 1 like
Johnsons makes a coconut oil lotion. It's more like a really oily lotion.
S L 1 like
Rachel: what I meant was it didn't improve her complexion meaning she was darker then and lighter now
Rachel B 0 likes
Oh ok gotcha. I'm Sorry if My question sounded rude or ignorant, I was only curious because my son has an olive skin tone and I was wondering how to accentuate it so he would look more like his father. Thanks for quick the response :-) looks like olive oil may help!
Angel D 0 likes
Coconut oil, maybe lavender oil drops too. I would avoid john sons and johnsons anything bc it is full of chemicals.
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