Greased Piggy Baby Oil

Greased Piggy Baby Oil is the perfect addition to your little one's bedtime routine! It's full of soothing scents and moisturizing ingredients that will smooth and soften baby's skin, naturally! Every ingredient used in this oil is pure and blended with little bodies in mind. There are no irritating ingredients or secretly toxic additives! Here are a few of my favorite ingredients:

Safflower Oil

Safflower Oil is one of the most gentle oils for skin. It improves the texture of skin because it's full of linoleic acid, which works with the natural sebum in skin to unclog pores and reduce rashes.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower Oil is rich in the antioxidant Vitamin E. Vitamin E helps prevent disease and it even boosts your immune system. Applying products with this oil to the skin is a great, quick way to ingest this amazing helper.

Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed Oil is full of Vitamins E, D, and C. While it moisturizes, it doesn't clog pores. It restores collagen, tightens skin and reduces the appearance of scars and other marks. This oil is what helps the whole blend sink quickly into the skin! It's a great ingredient to use if you have sensitive skin, so it is PERFECT for little ones.

Apricot Kernel Oil

This oil isn't widely heard of yet, but it is essential in creating a good moisturizing blend. Apricot Kernel Oil is light and gentle. It has a very faint smell, so it's a great carrier oil for other scents. It helps rehydrate dry skin and it doesn't leave any residue. This oil also helps with eczema!

Vanilla and Lavender Essential Oils

These are two of my all time favorite essential oils. Vanilla essential oil is an antioxidant, purging the skin of toxic ingredients. It also relaxes you and calms your nerves. It can soothe the fussiest of babies! Paired with Lavender oil it is unstoppable. Lavender is one of the best calming oils out there and it is used many times as a natural sleep aid.

To use this product, simply apply to slightly damp skin after a bath. This oil can be used for baby or for you!

December 09, 2016 by Catlyn Hoepner
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