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Le Baume de Bébé

Posted on September 05 2017

It took me quite a while to get this product launched as it was all about choosing the right natural ingredients that would the most adapted to babies' fragile skin. A new research led by The University of Manchester has found that using olive or sunflower oil on new born babies' skin actually damages the barrier which prevents water loss and blocks allergens and infections, instead of protecting and moisturising it.

This is the reason why o.Moi has decided to go with Grape Seed and Evening Primrose oils instead for their high content in linoleic acids, renowned to be gentler on babies' skin than a high level of oleic acid as found in Olive and Sunflower oils. Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid that helps to protect the barrier element of babies' skin. Grape Seed oil contains 72% and Evening Primrose Oil about 75.5% of linoleic acid.

"Le Baume de Bébé" also consists of organic shea butter to deeply nourish and moisturise the skin, as well as olus oil, which is a blend of natural triglycerides from 100% vegetable origin. It is the natural alternative to petrolatum, with similar properties such as stability against oxidation, occlusivity and trans-epidermal water loss. Therefore our baby balm is ideal to help reduce nappy rashes as well as soothing existing redness and sensitivity.

Moreover, the fragrance-free "Le Baume de Bébé" is allergy-certified to ensure that baby doesn't contract any allergies upon application.

Many parents spend a fortune on branded clothes, prams and toys for their babies, but we should also think what we apply on our bundle of joys' fragile skin.

Should you wish to enjoy the launch price and save 15% on both "Le Baume de Bébé" and "Le Baume de Maman", just enter the promo code: MOMBABY15 on our webshop. This offer is valid only until the 18th September 2017.

Don't hesitate to contact us for more information. 

Lovely day to you all!



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