Paediatrician recommended baby oil for both external massage and intake.
When ingested it is easily absorbed and transported throughout the body providing instant source of energy while being rich in vitamins and is known to be as pure as mother’s milk .
When massaged over baby skin, the MCT’S which are “healthy fats” repair the skin's barrier and keeps it feeling soft and smooth. It's unique composition allows it to absorb into pores deeply and effortlessly traps in moisture while containing powerful agents to protect skin from potential pathogens fortifying baby’s skin – similar to the infection -fighting properties as breast milk!
Usage: Itchy rashes, to alleviate cradle cap, eczema, diaper rash and insect bites.
- PAEDIATRICIAN RECOMMENDED, SPECIALLY PREPARED FOR BABY SKIN
- CONTAINS MCFA (MEDIUM CHAIN FATTY ACID) -
- RICH IN VITAMINS, AS PURE AS MOTHER’S MILK
- CAN BE INGESTED AS WELL AS APPLIED EXTERNALLY
WHEN TAKEN INTERNALLY:-
- IMPROVES IMMUNITY
- ENHANCES ABSORPTION
- CONTAINS VITAMIN E - A GOOD ANTIOXIDANT
EXTERNAL MASSAGE BENEFITS:-
- STIMULATES NERVE IMPULSE: Thus promotes baby's growth and development
- IMPROVES TEXTURE OF THE SKIN : Rapidly absorbs during massage leaving baby's skin soft with a healthy glow
- HELPS PREVENTS AND CURES SKIN DISEASES - Infantile Xerosis
- RETAINS THE SKIN'S MOISTURE
- SUITABLE FOR: ALL AGES
- INGREDIENTS: Cold pressed extra virgin coconut oil
- DIRECTIONS OF USE:
INTERNAL INTAKE DOSAGE:
- UPTO 6 MONTHS: 5-10 DROPS WITH BREAST MILK
- UPTO 1 YEAR: HALF TEASPOON ONCE DAILY UPTO ONE YEAR
- 1 YEAR AND ABOVE: ONE TEASPOON DAILY
- Make sure the room is warm, your baby is quiet, well-rested and alert, and you’re relaxed. Smooth a few drops of the Baby Care COCO –MCT Oil into your warm palm and massage the soles of baby’s feet. Use firm, gentle, slow strokes from heel to toe.
- Do long smooth strokes up baby’s leg. Massage from ankle up to thigh and over hip. Massage both legs at once or one at a time. Hold baby’s leg under the knee and gently press it towards the tummy to help release wind.
- Begin upper body massage with your hands on baby’s shoulders. Make gentle strokes in towards the chest. Massage baby’s arms by stroking from shoulders down towards wrists.
- If baby’s tummy feels soft, massage it with circular, clockwise strokes.
- Use your finger pads to massage baby’s face. Stroke from the middle of baby’s forehead, down the outside of his/her face and in towards his/her cheeks. Massage the scalp in small circles.
- Turn him/her onto his/her tummy and use long, smooth strokes from head to toe. Use a soothing touch. Stop the massage if your baby seems uncomfortable
- Always consult an expert before massaging new borns.