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i've been using dr. bronners as soap/shampoo for myself in the shower, as hand soap, as well as for some cleaning around the house. can i use this (diluted) as bath soap for my toddler, or is it too strong? tia!
 

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It should be fine. Dr Bronner's even makes an unscented formula that can be used on babies, but I think any Dr Bronner's could work for a toddler.
 

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I used the baby mild bar on my 14 month old when needed. The only negative thing I've heard about it is that sometimes it dries out their skin, but we haven't ever had that problem.
 

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IME Dr. Bronner's can be drying, but we have tendencies towards eczema here. We all use it diluted as hand soap. I personally wouldn't use it in the bath due to the eczema, but I know others who do without problem.
 

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I use it with my 2 year old. Just use it sparingly or dilute it.
 

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thanks!
 
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