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Cetaphil Launches New Baby Cream With Eight Hours of Protection

If you’re on the hunt for a multi-purpose lotion for you and bub, we’ve found it! It’s brand new and packs an extra ingredient that is especially ideal for baby’s delicate skin.

Keep your eyes peeled for Cetaphil Baby Advanced Protection Cream. It’s the first Cetaphil Baby product in a convenient ‘take anywhere’ tube with a no-mess flip-top lid and is a must for the baby bag.

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Perfect for baby’s delicate skin

Most of us will find that our babies’ skin is a lot more sensitive and prone to bumps, minor rashes, chaffing and irritated skin. The most common zones for problem skin? Knees, elbows and cheeks.

Enter Cetaphil Baby Advanced Protection Cream. It’s pretty much magic in a bottle and not only for baby’s skin, but yours as well. It uniquely blends the intense hydration of an ointment with the non-sticky, light feel of a lotion.

The cream offers eight hours of nourishment for baby’s delicate skin and can be used twice daily. Plus, the cream also comes with an endorsement from the Australian College of Midwives.

The powers of Calendula 

The hero ingredient in Advanced Protection Cream is soothing organic calendula, which instantly soothes and protects against skin irritation even in sensitive areas. Fun fact: Calendula is actually derived from marigold flowers.

The product also contains allantoin and shea butter, to intensely moisturise very dry baby skin and help replenish the skin’s moisture barrier to strengthen its natural defences.

Cetaphil Baby Advanced Protection Cream is available in pharmacies now for $9.99. 

What to read next

Have a look at some of the additional products in the Cetaphil Baby range – we at Mum Central are big fans of it all!

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Born and raised in Canada, Jenna now lives in Far North Queensland with her tribe. When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants.

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