Cleansing Water or Cleansing Milk? Cream or Liniment? What is the difference?
When it comes to cleansing, it is not easy to choose among a variety of products, so here is Charlotte Baby Bio’s tip to better understand: a good r ule of thumb is that liniments are more h ydrating than creams, which are more hydrating than lotions.
For a light and refreshing cleansing use the Cleansing Water with Honey.
Very practical, this product can be used af ter a meal or a bottle to clean baby’s f ace with a damp cotton pad or to quickly cleanse the baby’s bottom skin during diaper change when you are outdoors. Its slightly fatty formula contains orange blossom water and glycerin which help to sooth and refresh the skin while preserving its natural balance.
For a more thorough cleansing choose Charlotte Baby Bio’s Cleansing Milk with Aloe Vera.
Soothing, it doesn’t require rinsing and can even occasionally replace a bath. Cleansing Milk is also recommended for diaper change if baby’s bottom skin is red and ir ritated: it will be gentler and more pleasant than a rough, agg ressive wipe or a cotton damped with water.
For diaper change care opt for the Oleo-Calcareous Liniment.
Formulated with Olive oil and Sunflower oil, the unctuous texture of the liniment forms a protective film which isolates the skin from the humidity and friction of nappies. It soothes irritations, prevents diaper rash and relieves sensations of discomfort. A true care product, it is recommended not to rinse after use.