The organic avocado oil nourishes and protects the skin.
Vegan(2) and minimalist formula
100% ingredients of natural origin.
Only 9 ingredients, including:
Fragrance, 100% ingredients of natural origin.
The organic sunflower oil moisturizes and softens the skin.
The organic glycerin moisturizes and locks in the hydration.
This jar is made from 100% recycled plastic (except for the cover).
Clinically proven efficacy
• Massage benefits on baby’s skin
Long lasting moisturizing effect: 94% agree(4).
Nourishes the skin: 98% agree(4).
• Massage benefits on family well-being
Baby is relaxed: 84% agree(4).
Contributes to baby’s well-being: 85% agree(4).
Baby falls asleep faster: -22%, i.e. 7min faster (on average 25min at D1 vs 32min at D21)(4).
Improves baby/parents bonding: 98% agree(4).
Parents are calmer and more relaxed after the 1st massage: 74% agree(4).
Parents are less tired from 1st application: -23%, and -30% at D21(4).
Safety from birth on
High skin tolerance
Unique sensory experience
Luxurious melting and sensorial texture adapted for the massage.
Leaves the skin supple and soft. A new fragrance leaving a unique and pleasant scent on the skin.
How to use
Apply a small amount onto dry, non-irritated skin and massage into the baby’s skin once a day.
Tip: Massage before bathing, then at bath time, in contact with water, the product will turn into cleansing milk!
INGREDIENTS : CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, COCO-CAPRYLATE/CAPRATE, GLYCERIN**, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL*, AQUA/WATER/EAU, SUCROSE LAURATE, SUCROSE STEARATE, PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL*, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE).
*Ingredients from organic farming. **Made using organic ingredients.
COSMOS ORGANIC certified by Ecocert Greenlife according to COSMOS standard. 100% naturel origin of total. 20% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.
(1)Newborns out of NICU. / (2)Vegan formula: without ingredients of animal origin. / (3)Recycling standards for the French market. Except the cover. / (4)Clinical study conducted under dermatologic and pediatric control on 75 children, including babies under 3 months, over 21 days (% of satisfaction; self evaluation)