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Old 09-27-2003, 03:24 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have a bottle of the new Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion. It's working for us better than a homemade solution (which wouldn't mix well and made the bottle all gummy and nasty), but I want to know if there are others out there besides the Kissaluvs brand. If you use something like this, what is it and where do you get it?

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Old 09-27-2003, 03:40 PM
 
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I use a wipes solution from www.northernessence.com
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I just ordered the Baby Greens Concentrated Cleanser (which you dilute to make up several batches of wipe solution) from littlesprouts.com. I used to make my own, but I thought I'd try a ready-made one. I'll let you all know how it works out when it and my newest dd both arrive.
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I make one- I know, I know, not the topc of the thread, but it is very similar to the lotion potion. They really aren't hard to make, Witch hazel, jojoba, EOs of choice, a litle TTO and voila!
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I buy a baby SHAMPOO - sounds odd. but it comes from South Africa, and its not only a shampoo, it is used to wash people who are stuck in bed, its used as a lotion to prevent stretch marks etc.... I use it as a conditioner as well.
It doesn't contain soap, its more like a lotion and smells LOVELY. I dilute it with water, shake it up in a bottle and use it either to wash baby or as a wipe solution. I still use it on my son, when he's too tired to bath, but he is dirty - I just wipe him down with the solution......
Let me look for a link - - - there are a few places in the US that sell it.
http://hh154.hiphip.com/Merchant/index.htm

Its in the SHOPPING section under personal health. Its called Elizabeth Annes Baby Shampoo

The above link is for a Canadian store, I can't seem to find the one I bought from a few weeks ago - I think it was in Atlanta.

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I use bizzybhive's, but dilute a lot more than recommended.
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Chelly, that sounds like Phisoderm and Cetaphil. I wonder if that would work good? I think it's available at Costco Hmmmm. I think I might buy some Cetaphil and put it in my wipe solution bottle for my diaper bag!
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