Why Cervave Baby Wash & Shampoo?
Bathroom time is an integral part of your infant's day-to-day routine and also it's recommended that you integrate this necessary skin care step after your baby naturally sheds their nutrient-rich vernix or 24-hour after birth1. It's finest to begin with sponge bathrooms up until the umbilical cord diminishes, but then you can begin using a fragrance-free baby shampoo and child body laundry with components like ceramides. Pediatric skin doctors agree that a child body wash as well as shampoo for infant that is soap-free, pH balanced and also boosted with ceramides is advantageous for cleansing infant's skin without interfering with the skin barrier2.

CeraVe Infant Wash & Shampoo was created with pediatric dermatologists to delicately clean your infant's skin and also hair with a tear-free, gentle soap that assists make bathroom time very easy and also fun. Our gentle baby body laundry and child shampoo is created to not interrupt baby's thinner, delicate, skin barrier by combining a fragrance-free, soap-free, tear-free formula with 3 important ceramides that leaves skin sensation soft as well as soothed. Boosted with hyaluronic acid, vitamin E and three vital ceramides, CeraVe Infant Clean & Shampoo carefully cleans for clean, nourished-looking skin.

Established with pediatric skin specialists, this tear-free, non-irritating child body clean and also child hair shampoo is gentle on child's fragile skin while helping to maintain the skin's developing protective barrier
Mild body clean and also hair shampoo for infant creates a light foam as you lather it right into skin and rinses tidy without deposit to leaving skin feeling hydrated and fresh without removing necessary moisture
Ceramides: Assist bring back and maintain the skin's natural barrier
Hyaluronic acid: Helps preserve the skin's all-natural wetness throughout the day
Vitamin E: Provides relaxing as well as moisturizing benefits
Formula is without parabens, phthalates, sulfates, dyes and also fragrance
Accepted by the National Dermatitis Organization