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Recommended Products, Treatment

Treating Keratosis Pilaris in Babies: 0 – 24 months

Our babies have our hearts and we certainly don’t want to see them uncomfortable from the symptoms of keratosis pilaris. While many children may not show symptoms of keratosis pilaris until 2 years of age, some kids show sign of KP as early as infancy.

Dry or irritated skin can be very uncomfortable for our tiniest family members who can’t yet tell us what may be bothering them. By far, the #1 most talked-about product here at KPKids is Aquaphor Baby Gentle Wash & Tear-Free Shampoo.  It’s a very mild, fragrance-free cleanser ideal for your baby’s skin.

In general, ALL of the Aquaphor Baby products are highly-recommended because they’re mild enough for cleaning your infant’s tender skin and they’re extra moisturizing.

TIP: We keep these little guys stashed everywhere.

Aquaphor Baby Wash & Shampoo 13.5 Fluid Ounce (Health and Beauty)


List Price: $8.29 USD
New From: $14.47 USD In Stock
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Aquaphor Baby Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy 2 tubes 0.35 oz (Health and Beauty)


List Price: $5.99 USD
New From: $5.96 USD In Stock
Used from: Out of Stock

We’ve tested many products through the years, and have come across our favorites through trial and error.  These are some of our favorite brands with sensitive skin care products ideal for treating keratosis pilaris, eczema and dry skin in babies and infants…

Aquaphor Baby

Aveeno Baby

Baby Cakes

Burt’s Bees Baby

California Baby

Canus Lil’ Goat’s Milk

Crabtree & Evelyn

DERMAdoctor

Doctor Bobby

Dr. Bronner’s Baby

Eucerin Plus

Glytone

Jason Natural Cosmetics Baby

Jurlique

Lil’ Dipper

L’Occitane

Mustela

Nature’s Gate

Original Little Sprout

philosophy

Seventh Generation

Skinceuticals

Weleda Baby

 

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