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Oil Oil Baby – 5 Body Oils for a perfect baby massage

Massage is a great way to bond with your baby, try using one of these lovely oils to get started.



Kama Ayurveda Sweet almond oil

This Certified 100% Pure & Vegetarian, Cold Pressed Organic Almond Oil from KAMA is ideal for all age groups and mild enough for baby massages. It’s a light, non-sticky and easily absorbed oil with a delicate and sweet Almond scent.

Price : INR 1075 for 200ml

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Cold Pressed Almond Oil by  Zahara skincare

Cold pressed from home grown almonds in Kashmir – this is 100% chemical free and completely organic.

Price: INR 450 for 30ml

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Forest Essential’s ORGANIC COLD PRESSED VIRGIN Almond Oil

Forest Essentials’ Cold Pressed Organic Virgin Almond Oil is emollient and nourishing. With essential nutrients of almonds, this oil will make your baby’s skin soft, supple and add an extra winter glow.

Price: INR 1475 for 200ml

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La Flora Baby Bath and Body Massage Oil

It is a combination of almond oil, olive oil and calendula oil that offers complete protection for your baby’s skin. You can also use it as a bath oil. It relaxes your baby, reduces anxiety and promotes better sleep.

Price : INR 295 for 100 ml

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Sebamed Soothing Baby Massage Oil

Sebamed baby massage oil contains soya oil compounds that protects baby skin from rashes and irritation and helps moisturize your baby’s skin. It can be used regularly since it doesn’t cause a cold to the baby. The oil is non-sticky, and contains Vitamin F.

Price: INR 427 for 150 ml

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Things to keep in mind while using oil for your baby’s massage?
    • Avoid putting oil in your  baby’s nose, eyes, navel or ears.  It can be harmful and lead to infections.
    • Before you try any oil on your baby’s skin, just dab a little on the hand / feet area and check for reactions (if any). Incase your baby’s skin develops any rash, then avoid using that oil.
    • Choose massage oils of reputed brands with ISI and AGMARK certification. Loosely sold or unbranded oils could give your baby skin infections. If your baby accidentally ingests such oils, it may cause a stomach infection.
    • Use gentle, upward strokes when massaging your baby. Applying pressure to your baby’s head will not make it round or pressing the shins will not make them straight.
    • Whichever oil you choose, read the label and store it carefully. Mineral oils may have a use-by date, whereas vegetable oils may have a best-before date. This refers to their use for cooking rather than skincare, but may give you some idea of how long they last.

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By Prerna S Joon