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Uses for Baby Products?
there are many people that use baby products for themselves!

do you? and is it successful for you?

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I use johnson and johnson baby oil for my skin in the winter. It's the only product I found to work on my body well.

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I use sudocream. Its not really hust for babys but you can use it on nappy rash.

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interesting topic...
i think petroleum jelly is also for rashes, but it works well as lip moisturizer
and baby oil is great for softening skin... just put it in a bath. but it does leave a little oiliness on the skin? that's what makes it soft, i think

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Johnsons Baby wipes especially the fragrance free ones are the best for removing even waterproof eyeliner and mascara and don't sting my eyes like regualr facial wipes. oh and they're super cheap

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Burberry's line for babies - Baby Touch, smells heavenly.
Occasionally Johnson & Johnson babyoil as makeup remover

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I use Baby Shampoo to wash my makeup brushes. I use baby lip balm on my lips because I swear it works better than others.

I also use a sunscreen made for babies because my skin is sensitive and it's the only one that doesn't break me out and gives really good coverage for a US sunscreen.

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johnson's baby oil before bed

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I use Bübchen raspberry shower gel (2in1) from my brother and Bübchen baby foam (raspberry)-I love it! It's great for washing your face or removing make up (and it also has good ingredients).

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I use children's toothpaste. I mean if I can get a toothpaste that tastes like bubble gum then why not?

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childrens toothpaste! =)

do you think the johnsons and johnsons's wipes would be good for sensitive skin? I tend to find the 3 in 1 wipes for 'adults' are too harsh!

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Its too low in flouride for use as an adult toothpaste.

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johnson and johnson baby shampoo for my hair. i've found that it made my hear silkier and shinier.

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^ the shampoo, would it be strong enough to remove the enviromental pollutions and stress in the hair.. and also the hair products ?

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^ the shampoo, would it be strong enough to remove the enviromental pollutions and stress in the hair.. and also the hair products ?
i don't put product in my hair and the shampoo doesn't contain alcohol or soap that are found in "adult" shampoos, but it has PEG- 80 Sorbitan Laurate that dissolves dirt and grime on your scalp and hair.
since it's made for babies it might not be strong enough if your hair is extremely oily or you apply a lot of hair products. if that's the case then i think something stronger would be needed.

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