Fragrance-free, paraben-free baby cream
According to pediatric dermatologists, thin, delicate baby skin1 should be moisturized with a baby cream that is free of ingredients that may disrupt baby’s skin barrier. Equally as important is that moisturizing baby creams also contain ingredients like ceramides that help maintain your baby’s skin barrier.2 Pediatric dermatologists agree that daily moisturizing baby creams should include ceramides, cholesterol and fatty acids as well since these ingredients are naturally found in the skin and help maintain the skin’s barrier2. We also recommend using a fragrance-free, paraben-free formula that is gentle on baby’s developing skin during their first four years of life.
Developed with pediatric dermatologists to be gentle on baby’s delicate skin while helping to maintain baby’s protective skin barrier
Ceramides: Help restore and maintain the skin’s natural barrier
Hyaluronic acid: Helps retain the skin’s natural moisture all day
Formula is free of parabens, phthalates, dyes and fragrance
Accepted by the National Eczema Association and suitable for babies, toddlers and children with eczema-prone skin
How to use
Apply baby cream liberally as often as needed, or as directed by a physician. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of eye contact, rinse immediately and thoroughly. Keep out of reach of children. Do not swallow.
INGREDIENTS: AQUA / WATER / EAU, GLYCERIN, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, CETYL ALCOHOL, CETEARETH-20, DIMETHICONE, PETROLATUM, POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, CERAMIDE NP, CERAMIDE AP, CERAMIDE EOP CARBOMER, BEHENTRIMONIUM METHOSULFATE, SODIUM LAUROYL LACTYLATE, SODIUM HYALURONATE, CHOLESTEROL, PHENOXYETHANOL, DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE, DISODIUM EDTA, PHYTOSPHINGOSINE, XANTHAN GUM, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN
Please be aware that ingredient lists for the products of CeraVe brand are updated regularly. Please refer to the ingredient list on your product package for the most up to date list of ingredients to ensure it is suitable to your personal use.
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