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Clean skin is happy skin, so teach your kids to wash their faces twice a day – in the morn­ing and be­fore bed – and af­ter they’ve played out­side. Choose child-friendly prod­ucts or prod­ucts that are free of dyes or per­fumes and specif­i­cally de­signed for sen­si­tive skin and der­ma­to­log­i­cally tested (check the la­bels).

A child’s skin is thin­ner and more sen­si­tive than an adult’s – mak­ing them more sus­cep­ti­ble to al­ler­gic re­ac­tions. You can test a prod­uct 24 hours be­fore us­ing it by ap­ply­ing a small amount on the in­side of your child’s arm. A rash or any red­ness will de­velop if there’s an al­ler­gic re­ac­tion. But re­mem­ber you can also use a prod­uct a cou­ple of times be­fore it causes a rash. If your child’s skin is of­ten itchy or ir­ri­tated, they could have a skin con­di­tion like eczema, which must be treated by a doc­tor.

Pure Be­gin­nings Or­ganic Kids Fun Time Kids Wash with Or­ganic Baobab 250ml R119,99

Min­ions 2-in-1 Shower Gel and Scrub 400ml R59,95

Cherubs Bub­bles Bub­ble Bath in Bub­blegum Fun 2L R49,99

Amz Loves Soap Pops in Straw­berry R33

El­iz­a­beth Anne’s Es­sen­tials Aqueous Cream 350ml R39

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