It’s that time of the year again where we say goodbye (or perhaps a sigh of relief!) to the summer holidays and see our little ones return to school for the new academic year, or for some of you it might be your child’s first day at school. If you’re feeling nervous or unprepared –
Colief Baby Scalp Oil
Containing Rosehip Oil, Chamomile and Vitamin E, Colief Baby Scalp Oil is formulated, to gently moisturise and soothe your baby’s skin and scalp. Babies are celebrated for their super soft skin, but they can commonly develop dry or flaky scalps, particularly in the first year.
Colief Baby Scalp Oil is formulated, with naturally derived ingredients including Rosehip oil and chamomile, to gently moisturise and soothe your baby’s skin and scalp. Simply massage the oil into the baby’s skin or scalp and this hydrating blend is quickly absorbed, helping to soften and clear flakes or scaly skin. Made with nourishing plant-based ingredients that are gentle enough to use from birth, Colief Baby Scalp Oil helps protect the condition of your baby’s skin.
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Colief Baby Scalp Oil is made with nourishing ingredients gentle enough to use from birth, from the full term date.
Rosehip Oil – A light moisturiser containing essential fatty acids Omega 3 and Omega 6, which is thought to help hydrate to the skin
Chamomile – Renowned for its calming properties, chamomile is thought to help soothe the skin
Vitamin E – A natural antioxidant, thought to help soothe and protect the skin
How to use Colief Baby Scalp Oil
- Pour a little oil into your hands or directly onto your baby’s scalp.
- Gently massage the oil into the scalp to moisturise dry flaky skin.
- You could also try using a soft brush on the scalp to help remove flaky skin.
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